The First Church in Belmont youth program welcomes anyone in the 9th-12th grades of high school. We are a safe community for youth to explore their faith, their identity and their role in society. For more information email our Youth Program.
Our Youth Programs
As the next generation of dreamers and world changers, the youth group program is here to help the FCB youth become enlightened and empowered — armed with everything they need to lead openhearted & open minded lives.
We are a welcoming safe space dedicated to personal, spiritual and social exploration, as well as fun and snacks.
Each year we build a unique covenant to suit the needs of our ever growing community, which includes how we choose to show up for ourselves, one another and in the world.
We meet every Sunday night from 7-9p.m., and enjoy 1-2 overnight retreats (COVID pending), and fun offsite social events throughout the year.
UU Mass Action
At FCB, our youth group collaborates with the UU Mass Action Youth Corps, a dynamic program that unites high-school aged leaders passionate about social justice and activism from various UU churches across Greater Boston and beyond to take meaningful action together.
Youth from different UU congregations can join the Youth Corps Leadership Team, where they develop their leadership skills through collaborating to plan events and actions. These dedicated young leaders hold regular meetings and organize larger youth-focused Youth Corps events and actions that welcome participation from all UU youth groups in the region.
As part of this partnership, our FCB youth group joins hands with the Youth Corps to attend their fantastic events and actions they organize throughout the year. These events offer unique opportunities for personal growth, activism, and community engagement.
If you're interested in learning more, joining the Youth Corps leadership team or partnering with UUMA, click the button below.
If you are interested in supporting this initiative, you can make a donation to UU Mass Action here.
We seek to foster a community of youth who are spiritually, socially, culturally and environmentally aware and responsible. By cultivating community support and self awareness, we are creating a world in which all people are respected and valued no matter their age, race, class, sexual identity or ability. What we long for is equity on a healthy planet—by action and intention.