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Our Whole Lives (OWL) was created in the 1990’s and is continually updated in print and ongoing communication to facilitators. Its purpose is to address the need for age-appropriate, accurate, student-centred, compassionate education on the range of human experience of sexuality and relationships.

Kiersten Moore - she/her/they
Director of Lifespan Faith Development
Olivia Hall - they/them
Children and Youth Program Coordinator
Derrick O'Keefe - he/him
Membership Outreach Coordinator

Our Whole Lives helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health and behaviour. Accurate, age-appropriate information for each level is provided in six subject areas: human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behaviour, sexual health, and society and culture. 

Grounded in a holistic view of sexuality, OWL provides not only facts about anatomy and human development, but helps participants to clarify their values, build interpersonal skills, and understand the spiritual, emotional, and social aspects of sexuality.

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How to become a trained OWL facilitator and why you might want to

Adults: Are you longing to contribute to the future of the world?  Do you want to help adults explore a deeper understanding of consent, communication, and their own sexuality?Do you want to empower youth to think for themselves? Are you interested to hear what kids these days are really thinking (and how little things have changed since you were a kid)?

Then volunteer to become an O.W.L. facilitator! Vancouver Unitarians is currently seeking facilitators for all age levels–but particularly the youngest and oldest: children or adults! There will be a training in connection with the Canadian Unitarian Council Symposium and AGM in May and we want to send you!

Contact Kiersten Moore for more information and get with the program!

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