The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie is a nurturing and beloved community. We welcome all to join us on Sunday morning to explore their spiritual path. Our faith teaches us to respect and hold space for what others believe.
Through our Sunday worship services, discussions, classroom activities, storytelling and occasional lectures, we encourage each other to be our authentic selves and live our truths.
During Sunday morning services, we have an unstaffed nursery available for children (with their grownup) through kindergarten age, and classrooms available for school aged children first through twelfth grade.
Occasionally we offer adult education classes that are sometimes held before or after the Sunday service or at other scheduled times.
We also believe that education happens outside the classroom as well, so we strongly encourage social justice activities, community service, and fellowship that strengthen the values of Unitarian Universalism.
The classrooms are staffed with at least two adults per room as per our Safe Congregation Policy, and all have their clearances and are trained as Mandated Reporters. Parents and/or guardians are required to fill out an enrollment form to have children in the classrooms.
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