Our Religious Education program for children and youth is cooperatively planned and staffed by our Director of Religious Education; a volunteer Religious Education Board elected by the congregation; and volunteer teachers, classroom helpers, and special workers from the congregation. Families – and other adults in our congregation – are expected to help. Join a teaching team. Help with a social action project. Join the Religious Education Board. The success of our program depends upon volunteers and their contributions. Let us know about your specific talents, skills, or interests.
Bring your child regularly. Facilitate a sense of community and enable your child to receive the accumulated effect of our planned curriculum.
Take interest in your child’s class. Visit. Read about what your child is learning today in the Order of Service. Acquaint yourself with your child’s teachers so you can greet them, and thank them for their time and caring. Converse with your child about class.
Share your beliefs and church activities with your child. It is important for your children to know some of your religious views and to be informed about your involvement with church.
Volunteer to help in (or outside) the classrooms. Parents and guardians are asked for their volunteer commitment as part of registration. Adults who are not currently parenting young children are also needed as caring volunteers! Let us know how you’d like to help here.
If you are already a volunteer teacher or helper, you can find scheduling and curricula resources here.