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Click here or on the picture below to download the current Religious Education brochure.

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We've moved all of our Religious Education and youth gatherings online. For up-to-date information about online gatherings for children and youth, please contact Scott Stewart or Christie Lee.

“No day can be so sacred but that the laugh of a little child
will make it holier still.”

~ Robert Ingersoll

 

Young Children's Classes

Intro to UU Values for Young Children (Fall/Winter 2020)

nursery_staff2020Beginning in September 2020, we’re excited to share this virtual, home-based program with our youngest UU’s and their families. Designed primarily for children in preschool and kindergarten, this program provides children and families with a weekly UU story, shared on video by young children’s leaders Ms. Anna, Ms. LaTosha, and Ms. Heather, along with dialogue starters for families and an at-home activity, all designed to provide children with an introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, principles, and spirituality.


Beginning September 20, stories and activities will be emailed weekly to parents & caregivers of registered children in nursery, preschool, and kindergarten. Our primary curricula sources are Rainbow Connection, which utilizes popular storybooks to introduce children to the Seven UU Principles, and Teddy Bear Sundays, which follow the adventures of Buckingham the Teddy Bear, who learns about values and ethics in “Teddy Bear World.” From time to time, other material may be incorporated as well.


For more information about the young children’s program, or to learn more about how to get involved, contact Christie Lee at christie@eliotchapel.org.

 

In-Person Programming Update: Information about nursery care during worship services and Sunday morning classes for young children will be posted to this page when it’s considered safe for in-person programming to resume. As of August 2020, all programming for young children is being offered virtually.