Religious Education is a collaborative process that extends across the lifespan, a cooperative venture involving children, youth and adults, supported by staff and dedicated volunteers in our UUSS community.

Vision statement

Our Religious Education Program seeks to impart our Unitarian Universalist principles and heritage to all who are involved in our program so they may live responsibly, compassionately, and intentionally in a complex world.

Welcome to Religious Education at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady!

Read more: Religious Education for children and youth

Read More: Religious Education for Adults

On a regular basis, congregants pose the question, “how can I help the R.E. Program?” Here are some ways to volunteer.

 Read more: Volunteer to help our Religious Education (R.E.) Program

A church is a learning community. At its best, it is a nurturing and challenging place in which children, youth and adults create the foundation to live their values in the world. Religious Education is a central part of our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition, supporting our commitment to open-minded inquiry, reason and spirituality.

 Read more: A Message about Religious Education from Our Minister

Our Religious Education program is run by our Director of Lifespan Religious Education (DLRE), Robin Ahearn, and our Religious Education (RE) Team. Read more…

Unitarian Universalist principles, adapted for young people by Helena Chapin and Mary Ann Moore

 Read more: Principles