OWL

OWL (Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education) is an award-winning, comprehensive sexuality program co-created by the Unitarian Universalist Asssociation and the United Church of Christ. It works with all ages, from kindergarden to adulthood, helping people make aware and informed decisions based on their own clearly defined values and accurate information.

K-1 OWL

This program “supports parents in educating children about birth, babies, bodies and families. Following a Parent Meeting and Parent/Child Orientation, the 8 sessions engage children with stories, songs and activities.

4th-6th Grade OWL

This 8 session program focuses on the “physical and emotional changes of puberty. Participants read It’s Perfectly Normal by Robie H. Harris, and examine topics such as values and sexuality, communication and decision making.

Junior High OWL (grades 7-9)

A sexuality education program for youth that models and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice. A holistic program that moves beyond the intellect to address the attitudes, values, and feelings that youth have about themselves and the world.

High School OWL (grades 10-12)

Using a comprehensive approach, this program helps senior-high youth gain the knowledge, life principles and skills they need to express their sexuality in life-enhancing ways. Includes a parent orientation and 12 sessions.

Young Adult OWL (ages 18-35)

Helps participants navigate young adulthood with accurate information, increased self-knowledge, enhanced safety and strengthened interpersonal skills.

Adult OWL

Using values, communication skills and spirituality as starting points, this program explores sexuality issues for adults of all ages. Builds understanding of healthy sexual relationships, affirms diversity and helps participants accept and affirm their own sexuality throughout their lives.

We’re not the only ones who love OWL! Click here to see what Christian Century has to say about the program, and here to see what Oprah has to say.

Office Hours for DRE

Nothing from Sat, May 27 to Fri, Jun 9.