SEEK Programming for Youth

SEEK — Spiritual and Ethical Education for Kids — is designed to help young people navigate our complicated world with courage, compassion and curiosity.

For more general information about youth programming, please click the tabs below. (Information about SEEK programming for younger children can be found here.)

For details about the 2021-2022 schedule for children and youth, please see our Calendar for Children and Youth.

If your youth has special needs in learning, behavior, or medical health, we ask that you contact our Director of Lifespan Education and Engagement, Kate Holland, to discuss how we can support your family properly to promote comfort, inclusion and accessibility for your youth.

Class Registration
Registration for the current program year is open.

Please register your children and youth here.

Coming of Age is a capstone program in which we ask our youth to examine their core beliefs and write “Credo” statements that they may present, if they choose, to the congregation during a special service at the end of May.  
Middle School Youth Group, for young people in Grades 6 through 8, meets once a month, on Friday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Our Youth Coordinator works with the middle school youth to identify and plan both fun and service-oriented activities throughout the year.
The High School Youth Group meets Sundays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.This year we are a combined Youth Group with Unitarian church of Marlboro and Hudson. The youth gather on Zoom for fellowship, fun and social action service activity. We occasionally plan outdoor meetings in person in a location that is convenient for both groups of youth.
Our Whole Lives (OWL) is the UUA’s highly respected, comprehensive sexuality program. We offer the OWL program every other year.  For more information about OWL, click here.
Exploring life’s meaning and our place in the world is a life-long practice. At First Parish, we engage in a rich variety of programs to explore questions about how to live out our values in our daily lives. Examples of adult programs we offer or have offered include mindfulness classes and groups; a women’s drumming circle; a workshop on becoming a woman of wisdom; a symposium on death and dying; a panel discussion on mass incarceration. Through small group ministry, people come together once a month to discuss a theme such as “Vision” or “Sanctuary” or “Beauty.” Book discussions, movie nights, pot luck dinners; there are many ways for adults and families to come together at First Parish to build stronger connections with one another and to explore life’s questions together.