Harmony offers a Religious Exploration (RE) program for children ages 3 and up. Our RE program promotes positive self identity, peer relationships, and community service. Children have the opportunity to explore religion and character education in our interactive RE classes while their parents attend the service.
Each class focuses on an age-appropriate theme, and children can expect to have fun while engaging in activities such as music, crafts, literature, games, demonstrations, hands-on experiences, discussion, and planning for service activities. All of our teachers, who are also parents, bring unique talents to every class. For more information on our RE program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Religious Exploration class is for preschoolers and kindergarteners, and it introduces children to an RE class environment through crafts, games and literature. Kids attending this class are often excited to hear a familiar Berenstain Bears or Franklin story that teaches positive character traits.
The Apple Class, for first and second graders, consists of three modules spread across the year:
This class, for third through fifth graders, consists of four modules spread across the year:
The Sequoia covenant group was developed to prepare middle school-aged students for becoming full Harmony adult members when they turn 15 years old. These dedicated students experience a mix of class time and participation in Sunday services with age-appropriate discussion groups as they learn from and support each other. It is our goal to foster a close-knit and accepting group of tweens and teens who befriend and support each other through the tough times of adolescence.
At Harmony, all RE classes come together every two months to work on a variety of Outreach community service projects. Learn more about additional service opportunities for kids through our Children for Others initiative.