DuPage UU Church high school youth group, above. Learn more about our classes and activities for youth.
Unitarian Universalists understand that learning and growth are life long endeavors. We learn and evolve on this journey through our principles, teaching our youth and adults within a “living tradition” of wisdom and spirituality, drawn from sources as diverse as science, poetry, scripture, and personal experience.
An important program offered for our children, in age-appropriate curricula during elementary, middle school and high school, is the UUA's Our Whole Lives (OWL) lifespan learning classes - a comprehensive view of sexuality, healthy relationships and respect for yourself and others. The program provides guidance for parents to have meaningful conversations with their children as well. In March 2019, two of our OWL teachers participated in the local Not Your Nuclear Family podcast: Let's Talk About Sex and Other Stuff With Our Kids.