Youth Programs – Sunday at 11:00 AM

Youth Ministry Mission: Creating a world of unlimited possibilities for our youth. 
Youth Ministry Vision: An empowering youth-filled spirit for upcoming generations.


What is the basic class structure?

We use a team-teaching model, which means we desire to have two adults in each class at all times. Having two teachers, or spiritual leaders as they are sometimes called, allows teachers to meet the needs of the group, which may include leading a discussion, helping with crafts, or taking some one-on-one time with a truth student. Depending on the age and maturity of the students, the class structure may include a lesson, prayer, meditation, discussion, heart sharing, and a creative expression, which involves crafts, drama, singing, and movement.
Do you have other events for youth participation?
  • Multi-generational services: 2-3 times a year, the youth are a part of our Sunday morning service.  Through skits, music, and interaction, our youth share their spiritual insights with our congregation. 
  • Special events include retreats, movie nights, and other fun and informal gatherings.

10457758_311234389051295_6847307103433708937_oUniTots – Birth to 4 years

A childcare provider creates a loving atmosphere
to care for our infants and toddlers throughout the
Sunday services and select extracurricular activities.






IMG_7572_zpsjazw8nxyUniKids – 5 years to 9 years

Where your favorite bible stories are retold with
Unity principles by dedicated teaching volunteers. 
We provide an environment that encourages discovery
of ideas through exploration involving free play and
creative expression.




UniTeens – 10 years to 13 years

Adult supervised (sponsor) and youth-lead group learning to lead and teach others the truth that we know. Our goal is the empowerment of our youth in decision-making, ministering to each other, and taking responsibility for their own spiritual growth. Retreats and rallies occur 3-5 times per year for eligible Youth members. To help cover the cost, our youth participate in fundraising activities as a creative process to enable our youth to discover responsibility and service while sharing in a common goal for the good of the whole. Parents complete permission forms as a requirement for attendance to rallies and retreats.
Y.O.U. (Youth of Unity) – 14 years to 18 years
Stepping into spiritual and personal responsibility for my life.