BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Religious Education for Children and Youth

We offer a safe and creative environment in which children and youth become compassionate, knowledgeable, and involved members of our spiritual community as well as of the world at large. To achieve this, our program provides opportunities for fellowship, free inquiry and expression, ethical and spiritual growth, and service for our communities.

Summer session for ages 5-12 begins June 10th during Sunday services at 10:15 a.m. Nursery care is available for infants and toddlers at 10:15am.

See below for useful information about:

Our Mission

Our formal mission as a program of BuxMont

Classes

More details about when and where classes meet; an overview of the curricula for each class; and listings of what is happening in each class each week.

Worship

How children and youth participate in worship at BuxMont.

How to Help

Your Gifts are Welcome Ways for parents, guardians, and interested members and friends of the congregation to help with the work of the children’s religious education program; resources for adult volunteers in the program.

Procedures and Policies in RE

Children and youth with special needs, safety & other policies.

RE Library

We have a lovely collection of picture books and other books for children in the RE Office.  These books are for RE teachers to use in classes, kids and families to look at on Sundays, borrow and take home, or even for folks who work with kids elsewhere to borrow and use.  Click the above link to access the Goodreads list.  Note: if we own the book, it is tagged “re-library”; some books are instead tagged “bcfl” indicating that we use them with a curriculum, but get them from the library.

Nursery for Infants & Toddlers

All about our nursery (staffed by professional care providers during both morning services.)

 

Register for 2018-2019!

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Online registration is available throughout the year.

RE Registration for ages 0-18 yrs

Volunteer in RE

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We are still looking for leaders and helpers.  Parents who are registering children are asked to volunteer in some way within the registration form.

For Volunteers

Chldren's RE

browse curricula online.

Who’s Who?

Acting Director of Religious Education:

Jess Bors

Religious Education Chair:

Jennifer Worthington