We always welcome new volunteers.  If you would like to get involved with the Religious Education program, please contact Religous Education Director Scott Stewart at 314-821-0911 or children@eliotchapel.org or Religious Education Assistant Christie Lee at christie@eliotchapel.org.


Get InvolvedREvolunteers 

Volunteers are the backbone of the Religious Education (RE) program.  Parents and family members are expected to actively support the program by providing volunteer support in order to ensure the program’s continued strength and success.   It takes approximately 70 volunteer teachers and advisors each year to teach the Sunday morning classes alone.  Teaching is a terrific way to meet other adults in the church community, explore a variety faith traditions and practices, enhance your own faith development and beliefs, and put values such as love and service into action.   

In addition to teaching, there are a variety of other ways to get involved in the program. For a more complete list of ways to get involved, please contact Scott Stewart at children@eliotchapel.org or Christie Lee at christie@eliotchapel.org.  All participating families are strongly encouraged to support the program through regular active participation and engagement.
  • Family Ambassador & Greeter

Every Sunday, Family Ambassadors and greeters are needed to welcome people to the program and help everyone feel at home. Greeting is a terrific way to provide hospitality and extend a welcome to others at church.  To sign up or find out more information, please contact the Director of Religious Education, Scott Stewart, at children@eliotchapel.org.  ?

  • Chalice Choir for Children

The Chalice Choir is for children in 1st through 5th grade. The choir meets most Sundays between services (10:35-10:55). If you have any questions or would like to sign your child up, please contact Music Director Jan Chamberlin, at music@eliotchapel.org.  

  • Social Justice in Action at Eliot

There are many ways for children, youth, and adults of all ages to get involved in social action and community service at Eliot Chapel. For the most up-to-date information about current and future opportuni-ties, check out the Social Justice bulletin board outside Adams Hall or contact socialjustice@eliotchapel.org.