2018 Religious Education Curriculum

New Curriculum: Spirit of Adventure!

In 2018, we will be starting Spirit of Adventure a Unitarian Universalist curriculum written by Katie Covey. We have used many of her curriculums and they have all been wonderful.

Sessions are divided into unique themes, such as sports, medicine, architecture, science and food and each lesson celebrates a famous UU. Sessions include active play such as circus arts, a “take apart party,” obstacle course, and a treasure hunt. It will be a wonderful curriculum for us to use at St. George's where we have the use of outdoor space and are in mixed age classes. Sign up to assist in a class today!

High School

Our high school age youth are invited to participate at Tapestry in several ways: attend worship services, attend Youth Group, volunteer as a greeter, volunteer in the classrooms and/or join the choir.

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Summer Program (June-August)
Starting June 3

Want to help in the classrooms?
Email dre@tapestryuu.org

Let the Force be with You!

Let the Force be with You by Jessica Zebrine Gray is a 10-session summer program and is designed to bring spiritual/ethical lessons from Star Wars into a cohesive program for children and youth. The focus is on the colors of lightsabers and the UU Principles. Children and youth will become padawan and join the Jedi Academy as they learn about the “Force” and how we are all connected in the universe.

Chalice Children, PreK-1

Chalice Children by Katie Covey delves deep into our Unitarian Universalist faith. It strives not just to teach about our faith, but also to provide experiences around the strength of community, the wonder and awe that transcend everyday understanding, and life issues we all share. In a group setting, with loving adult guides, young children can engage in spiritual seeking, develop their openness to sharing, and experience the benefit of a supportive community. Their time in Chalice Children can set a pattern for the rest of their lives and bring lasting benefits.

Youth Group

Swimming and Snacks
Sunday, June 3, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Tapestry youth (grades 7-12) and friends.
The Riva’s will host the Youth Group at their community pool in Woodbury East, Irvine.

Questions?
Contact Katelynn Riva at dre@tapestryuu.org

PSWD Summer Camps
Camp de Benneville Pines

Register online now!

  • Elementary Camp — “Where the Wild Things Are,”
    July 8 -July 14
  • Junior High Camp — “Camp Common Ground,”
    July 15 – July 21
  • Senior High Camp — “RevolUUtion,”
    July 22 – July 28
  • Family Summer Camp — “Live, Love, Music: The Magic of Family Camp,” July 29 — August 4