Sunday Morning Classes

Sunday Morning Religious Classes are designed to help the children develop the confidence to:
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  • Observe, analyze, and discover truth without relying on the opinions of others.
  • Form healthy and safe relationships.
  • Favor love, curiosity, reverence, and empathy.
  • Express their own voice with confidence.
  • Add value to every encounter and every group of which they are a part.


Notes From the RE Chalkboard

We had a fabulous start to our summer program with our visit from the Erie Zoo. Attendance continues to remain stable at about a dozen children per Sunday. We are honored to have your children be part of our very successful program! Thanks again to our many volunteers for supporting this program every Sunday with your  me and service!

For the month of July, you can look forward to more fun and fitness in the classroom. We will have a Qi Gong lesson as well as Danieh Foltz returning to do part two of her internship. July 16, Tanya DeSan s is still in need of your children’s art work for her book. You may remember that your child participated in the May installment of this project, but she needs the other half of her book drawn. Parent permission forms must be  filled out before your children enter the classroom on July 16, so please make sure to be early (10:15) so the teachers are not overwhelmed with paperwork.

Please remember to reserve the July 23rd Sunday to be at the UUCE for our 10:30 curriculum discussion in the library. Nursery and school aged classes will be provided for your children aged 12 and under. Melanie Hetzel-Riggin and Kat Wolper, and I will be available to discuss the upcoming school year curriculum. It will be partly a presentation on and partly Q&A session so we can get some idea of things you want your children to learn about in our classrooms.

Finally, July 30, there is no RE as the UUCE will be traveling to Chautauqua for Sunday Services.


Susan Galle-Boyko, MA
Director of Religious Education