Offered at 11:15 a.m.
World Religions is the first half of a two-year program designed to nurture a student’s understanding of their faith and Unitarian Universalism.
World Religions exposes students to how faith is constructed, experienced, and expressed by the major traditions of the world. Students will travel to a number of churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples to explore the diversity of faith firsthand. Included this year is a final project, which asks students and their families to choose a world religion and articulate its worldview in relation to Unitarian Universalism and their own faith.
On a normal Sunday, World Religions participants begin their morning in the Worship Service with the rest of the congregation. Students will hear the Opening Words, a song or two, the Story for All Ages, and then leave for class during the Recessional Hymn.