Intergenerational Services are held on holidays and other special occasions (for example, Water Ceremony, Children's Dedications, and Children's Sunday). Children are encouraged to attend the entire service in the Main Hall, at 9:30 or 11:00 a.m. Our holiday celebrations include ceremonies unique to our tradition as well as many drawn from others. It is an additional delight when the Children's Choir performs or leads songs during our intergenerational services.
Because we believe in learning by doing, all children and youth attend the first fifteen minutes of the Sunday morning worship service. By participating in worship, young people learn our religious tradition through observing and doing: they sing and hear liberal religious music, they learn how to be in community with adults, they learn that sitting quietly is a form of spiritual practice. We want young people to learn that a Unitarian Universalist worship service is a time when you can reconnect with the best part of your self.