Religious Exploration


RE Job Descriptions

RE Job Descriptions Adopted from Rev. Dr. Elizabeth M. Strong, Minister of Religious Education   Lead Volunteer The person who, in rotation with other teachers, is responsible for the preparation and execution of the weekly lesson; preparation takes about 1-2 hours for each session. With a team of 4, each […]


RE Calendar Fall 2017-18

September 10          Multigenerational Service – Homecoming – Water Service – Childcare for infants and toddlers 17          Regular Session -First Day of Sunday School 24          Regular Session October                              1            Family Chapel Day (Pre-K through 6th grade) Follow up activities for Family Chapel – […]


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May 7 Teach In

On May 7, our congregation will respond to the call by the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalists to disrupt business as usual to participate in an Association wide teach-in and assessment of where we are in our commitment to dismantling systems of oppression in our society and our congregations. The […]


Service to Service

Each year, while the Annual Meeting is taking place after the service, the Religious Education Council sponsors a service event for children, youth, and adults who are not members. This is a great opportunity for parents to attend the Annual Meeting while their children are engaged in meaningful activities. This year the […]

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RE Social Justice Club on Hunger and Homelessness

The 3rd through 6th graders have created an RE Social Justice Club on Hunger and Homelessness and they are taking action! They are learning about the causes of hunger and homelessness and how to plan a compassionate response. And they need your help! This summer the children started packing “care […]


Foster our children and youth in becoming justice-seekers

Summer Social Justice Club seeks your help. Children ages 9 – 13 are learning about hunger and homelessness in the Summer Session of RE – and they are taking action! Seeing homeless people at traffic stops has made the children curious and inspired their compassion. In Summer Session of RE, […]


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Summer Reading for ‘Tweens and Teens to Spark Ideas and Ideals of Spirituality

Summer is a time for freedom and imagination. Here are reading lists that treat, inspire and challenge tweens and teens. What would you add from your own or your child’s favorite books? For kids in 4th-7th grade: • One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia • Number the Stars by Lois […]


Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer in RE

My Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer in RE 10. Learn new skills in a team setting. Each team has at least two experienced volunteers and one or two who are new to volunteering. And I offer coaching to on how facilitate groups of children and youth. New volunteers assist an […]


Workshop Rotation is Coming in January 2015

Workshop Rotation is an opportunity for children to discover more about how best to connect with their own inner voice, be open to the gifts of the world, and how to serve needs greater than their own. Workshop Rotation is a way of doing RE that gives more adults in […]