Religious Exploration Program

colorful tapestry with words "Religious Exploration"

Weaving a Tapestry of Love and Learning

Robin Mitzcavitch, Director of Religious Education

Robin Mitzcavitch - Director of Religious Exploration

Dear Families,

Every year we do a  Religious Exploration Registration during the first couple of weeks in May so that we can easily plan classrooms and classroom coverage through our teaching cooperative before the summer arrives.

This year, we are trying to save the paper…so we are asking you to please register HERE using the online form.  It is very, very helpful when you register now so the RE committee can be all planned before we adjourn for the summer!!

Click here for 2017-18 RE Overview brochure.

Click here to see the 2016-17 RE Prospectus.

UUCW- Religious Exploration is All About Community!

On Sunday mornings at UUCW, we offer Religious Exploration classes for children (from preschool to middle school)  during the worship service. In addition, special programming for teenagers is provided throughout the year including the weekly Youth Group for high school students held on Sunday evenings.

Our RE Theme for the 2016 -17 Church Year is “Circle ‘Round for People, Planet and Peace.” The theme is inspired by the UU hymn, “Circle ‘Round for Freedom”

Our classes begin September 25, 2016 and end June 11, 2017 with the RE Sunday Celebration.

Classes offered for 2016-17 are:

Nursery (Birth – age 3)
Spirit Play (Pre-K/Kindergarten)
Moral Tales (Grades 1 & 2)
Spirit of Adventure (Grades 3 & 4)
Building Bridges – Comparative Religions (Grades 4-6)
Rainbow R.A.T.S.  – Monthly small group meeting on Sunday mornings (Grades 8 & 9)

Our 2016-17 Prospectus can be found on the RE Blog.

We will offer two OWL (Our Whole Lives) 6-week programs for grades 1 & 2  and grades 8 & 9.

Youth Group- grades 9-12 – meets most Sunday evenings from 6-8pm.

UUCW Religious Education teachers for 2015-2016

UUCW has Amazing RE teachers!

children look at an alpaca that has been brought inside to their Religious Education class

Children hunt for Easter eggs

Children participate in the annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 27, 2016.







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I will meet the world with open heart, open mind, and open arms and, in so doing, the singular “I” shall become “We” – Lee Richards, Universalist pastor