|About Religious Education at UUCGF
RE classes for children are held from September
through May during the Sunday Service which
begins at 10 a.m. Children are invited to attend the
first 15 minutes of the service which includes a
story time. Materials are geared to the children’s
ages and interests and are exposed to UU principles
using themes including: Unitarian Universalism;
World Religions; Social Justice; and Caring for the
Environment. We teach our children to be familiar
with the Unitarian Universalist Principles and
Purposes. They learn about UU history and the
women and men who have exemplified these
principles in their lives. Check out UU RE resources
at - http://www.uua.org/re/
21 Weeks Road, Queensbury, NY 12804
Take Exit 19 off I-87
Go East on Aviation Road (Rt. 254)
Go North on Route 9
Take 1st left after Wal-Mart
(comes up quick)
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Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Glens Falls,
call 518-793-1468 or write to us at
P.O. Box 534, Glens Falls, NY 12801
|Services Sundays 10 a.m.
Music for centering
starts at 9:50 a.m.
During the school year
children and youth religious education
as well as child care for young children
are held during Sunday services.
|Dream Shield Class conducted by
artist-teacher Joan Reid
|The goal of the UUCGF children’s
religious education program
To provide developmentally appropriate
experiences for each child in order to: kindle a
sense of wonder and awe; encourage trust in
one's own capacity; find truth and meaning in the
world around us; develop values which recognize
the importance of all life, of peace, equality,
compassion, and freedom.
Congregation of Glens Falls
|ALL ARE WELCOME
|Our Mission is to CREATE BELOVED COMMUNITY
NURTURE the mind and spirit, INSPIRE peace and justice, SERVE with love and compassion.
Atonement: Being at One
A Yom Kippur Service
Dark Age America
Based on the book by John Michael Greer.
The Rev. Barbara Threet
Jacob Trapp, wrote, “If it is language that
makes us human, then one half of language is
to listen.” We UUs place a high priority on
expressing ourselves well. Today we’ll
explore what it means to listen well too.
A pot luck lunch and our monthly
Congregation Conversation will follow
this service. Please bring a dish to share.
Empathy & Compassion
There will be no Nipper Club meeting in
October--stay tuned for November dates!
A fun, educational experience with music lovers
sharing their favorite recorded music. All types of
music are welcome. Pizza for supper.
For more: Sally Strasser, 518-260-8313
|UUCGF Board Members
Robert Rockwell, president
Carol Strasser, vice president
Felice Best, secretary
Stephen Baratta, treasurer