Educational Programs for Children and Youth
Religious Education for our children and youth is a cooperative venture involving both children and adults in our community. In a liberal religious tradition such as ours, religious learning, spiritual growth, and faith development are viewed as a life long journey each person takes.
We like to say that we may hold different beliefs but we covenant to journey together as a community, using as our guide our common principles and values. Or, in the words of sixteenth-century Unitarian Frances David, “We do not have to think alike to love alike.” Together, we strive to create an atmosphere of respect, compassion, and spiritual growth for ourselves and others.
2017-2018 Religious Education Classes
Our regular year Religious Education programming for children and youth begins September 17, 2017. All families must register all children and youth participating in RE.
We need parents or guardians to volunteer a few hours helping with RE. Learn more about our 2017-18 programming in our RE Brochure.
Religious Education is continuing our tradition of offering Summer RE this year for 1st-5th graders. Join us for one day or the whole summer!
Read more: Summer RE
Check here for information about times and dates for our Religious Education (RE) program, and for safety information.
Read more: General Information
Religious Education Policy Handbook
Coming of Age: A Modern UU Rite of Passage
The Coming of Age program at Unitarian Universalist Society Schenectady offers eighth and ninth graders an engaging and structured atmosphere in which to explore significant issues at this transitional stage of life.
Read more: Coming of Age: A Modern UU Rite of Passage
Our Whole Lives (OWL)
OWL is a comprehensive sexuality education curricula that spans all ages. We are so excited to offer OWL for all elementary and secondary levels in 2016-2017!
Read more: Our Whole Lives (OWL)