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Update as of August 1, 2022:

 

In-person Religious Education classes for children (birth-6th grade) and youth in grades 7-12 resume on September 11 during the 10:00 am service.  

   

Nursery care for young children aged five (5) and younger resumes on Sunday, August 7 during the 10:00 am worship service in Room 003 and will be available each Sunday in August.

 

For the most up-to-date programming details for children and youth, please contact Scott Stewart at scott@eliotchapel.org. Note that all programming details are subject to change at any time due to the ongoing Covid pandemic.

 
 

“Life is a gift for which we are grateful. 
We gather in community to celebrate
the glories and mysteries of this great gift.”

~Marjorie Montgomery

 

Eliot Unitarian Chapel’s Mission:
 
Bound by courageous love, growing in spirit, and inspiring compassionate action.
 
 

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Welcome to the Religious Education (RE) program for children and youth at Eliot Unitarian Chapel. The program supports Eliot’s Mission Statement and Ends Statements by providing opportunities for children and youth (birth through high school) to explore Unitarian Universalist heritage & identity, individual faith journeys, common religious and spiritual values, a variety of religious traditions, and ways to advocate for justice within a liberal religious community. We are delighted that your journey has brought you here.

Children and youth are a treasured part of the Eliot Unitarian Chapel community. Check out this reflective message from Phoebe Mussman about her experiences in the Religious Education (RE) program and youth group from a young age through her graduation from high school in 2015 and the impact these had on her life.

 

 

If you wish to find out more about the Religious Education program and ways to get involved, please do not hesitate to contact Scott Stewart, the Director of Religious Education, at scott@eliotchapel.org.

 

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