Youth and Family Ministry Sunday Morning Experience

Spiritual Education

Our Spiritual Education for children is available during our 11:00 a.m. Sunday Service on the second through the fifth Sunday of each month. The first Sunday of every month is a multigenerational service, and children are welcome to attend Sunday Service with their families.

Our Sunday morning experience begins with the children gathering in an Opening Circle. We invite families to stay for the Opening Circle, which lasts approximately 15 minutes, before joining Sunday Service in Unity Hall.

Opening Circle is our Youth's Sunday Service. It follows a more relaxed approach than our regular service. We say prayers and have meditation time. We light candles, make up silly movements for the affirmations, and sing joyful songs. We encourage everyone to get to know each other and have some fun.

We offer Nursery services for babies through children 3 years of age on the first, third, and applicable fifth Sunday. The Nursery is open from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. (We are also looking to hire a Nursery Attendant for the second and fourth Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. If you know someone who might be interested, please have them contact Roberta at

Every other Wednesday, the Uniteens/Y.O.U. (Grades 6 to 12) meet at Unity Spiritual Center from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Learn spiritual principles, encourage friendships and supportive relationships, brainstorm retreat planning, and of course, snacks! Register to attend by calling the office at Unity Spiritual Center
(440) 835-0400.

Youth and Family


The Living Curriculum

During our Sunday morning experience, we follow A Living Curriculum in our lesson format. The Living Curriculum offers a self-discovery approach to spiritual life. It uses stories and parables from books, movies, the Bible, and even YouTube. We guide the youth with questions and activities so they may discover the meaning or relevance of the story to them.

We include prayer, spirituality, and meditation in the lessons and incorporate yoga, theater, and dance in playful exercises. We aim to empower youth to fulfill their soul's purpose, support families as their children's prime spiritual educators, and empower a spiritual community to function with unity in diversity.