Our Whole Lives 

Sexuality Education for Grades 7-9
Sundays noon – 2:00 pm

Our Whole Lives (OWL), is a comprehensive, powerful program providing sexuality education that fosters informed, responsible, and values-based decisions about relationships, sexual health, and behavior.  OWL is built on accurate, developmentally appropriate information about a range of topics,  including relationships, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, sexual health, and social and emotional aspects of sexuality.
Free for members. $250 non-members

Our Whole Lives (OWL) values:

  • Self Worth
  • Sexual Health
  • Responsibility
  • Justice and Inclusivity

For more information, contact Rev. Kimberly at

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Mandatory Parent Orientation Sept 10, 6 pm

Sept 24
October 1
October 15
October 29
November 5
November 19
December 2-3 Overnight
December 1
January 7



January 20-21 Overnight
February 4
February  11
March 3
March 17
March 24
April 7
April 14
May 5
May 19

Workshop Titles

Unit One: Introductions
Workshop 1: What Is Sexuality?
Workshop 2: Examining Values
Workshop 3: The Language of Sexuality

Unit Two: You, As a Sexual Being
Workshop 4: Anatomy and Physiology
Workshop 5: Personal Concerns about Puberty
Workshop 6: Body Image
Workshop 7: Gender Identity
Workshop 8: Gender Expression, Roles, and Stereotypes
Workshop 9: Sexual Orientation
Workshop 10: Guest Panel
Workshop 11: Sexuality and Disability

Unit Three: Relationships
Workshop 12: Healthy Relationships
Workshop 13: Relationship Skills

 Unit Four: Contemporary Issues
Workshop 14: Sexuality, Social Media, and the Internet
Workshop 15: Bullying and Bystander Responsibilities

Unit Five: Responsible Sexual Behavior
Workshop 16: Redefining Abstinence
Workshop 17: Lovemaking
Workshop 18: Consent Education

Unit Six: STIs, Pregnancy, and Parenting Decisions
Workshop 19: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Workshop 20: Pregnancy, Parenting, and Teen Parenting
Workshop 21: Unintended Pregnancy Options
Workshop 22: Contraception and Safer Sex
Workshop 23: Sexual Decision Making
Workshop 24: Communicating with a Sexual Partner
Workshop 25: Self-Care, Celebration, and Closure

Windows and Mirrors

Grades 4-5
Sundays, 3:30 pm

Windows and Mirrors nurtures children’s ability to identify their own experiences and perspectives and to seek out, care about, and respect those of others. The sessions unpack topics that lend themselves to diverse experiences and perspectives—for example, faith heritage, public service, anti-racism, and prayer. The program teaches that there are always multiple viewpoints and that everyone’s viewpoint matters.

The metaphor of windows and mirrors represents the dynamic relationship between our awareness of self, our perceptions of others, and others’ perceptions of us. Beginning in Session 2, an ongoing art activity gives children a way to respond to the metaphor creatively and concretely. Participants do guided work on individual Window/Mirror Panels in each session to explore looking inward and looking outward in terms of the session’s topic. As a mirror, the panel reflects the individual child. As a window, it represents their view and connections beyond themselves to the congregation, other communities to which they belong, and the world.

Goals: (This program will)

  • Present Unitarian Universalism as a faith that is lived out through identifying and acting on responsibility toward one another
  • Introduce the reality and the impact of multiple perspectives and multiple experiences as we live in this world
  • Use the metaphor of a window and a mirror to help children better understand themselves in relation to others
  • Guide children to identify and respect their own values, views, and needs as well as those of others in a variety of contexts; teach that to do so is a faith practice
  • Provide children with practice in observation, interpretation, and critical thinking
  • Develop children’s empathy, open-mindedness, and respect for differences, seen and unseen.

For more information, contact Rev. Kimberly:


September 24
October 1
October 15
November 12
December 3
December 10
January 7
January 14
January 21
February 4
February 11
March 3
March 17
March 24
May 5
May 19


Safety:  Our Congregation has adopted a Safe Congregations Policy designed to create a consistently safe environment for children and youth.

Click Here to read the UUCSF Safe Congregation Policy