Welcome to Parent News for the Week of April 21st!

We hope everyone is having a wonderful week!

This coming Sunday, will be an Intergenerational service. No Sunday School! Childcare will be provided for children 0-4.

*Please see below for class schedules and special announcements.*



Calling all High School Seniors! We are beginning to prepare for one of our favorite events of the year- The Bridging Ceremony! If you are a parent of a senior who is interested in participating in this joyful celebration of the transition of youth from their high school experience into young adulthood, please contact Tryst at [email protected] as soon as possible.


Important Reminders:

ALL children, from 0-18, should be registered. It is vital that parents complete the registration process for their children if they have not already done so.

Registering all children not only helps keep parents informed about RE classes and family events, it also helps us keep accurate participation records, and most importantly, keeps our children safe. This year we are striving to strictly enforce our policy that returning children must be registered prior to participating in childcare, Sunday School, OWL, youth group, or family programs.

Click here to register your infant, child, or teen. Please contact Tryst at [email protected] with any questions regarding registration.

Have you signed up to Volunteer in the 2018-19 program year yet? All parents with children registered in the UUFR RE program are strongly encouraged to volunteer in some capacity. We have many opportunities inside or outside of the classroom. It takes a village to have a strong, engaging program and we ask that you consider volunteering a minimum of two times during the school year.


What to expect this Sunday, April 21st:

Age: 0-4
Drop Off: Before Service
Room: Susan B Anthony

Grades 1-8

Spring Break!
NO COA class.

Spring Break!
NO OWL class.


High School Youth Group:

No HSYG April 14th or 21st. Enjoy your Spring Break!


Ministry with Youth Ministry Team:

It is time for us to take a good look at our programs; it is time for us to envision what we want to be offering to teens, to plan for the actualization of that vision, and to greater invest our resources in our youth. To that end, we invite you to consider serving on an emerging ‘Ministry with Youth’ ministry team (or to suggest others who you think would be a good fit). If you have interest, please email Tryst Chagnon.
It would also be very helpful for our parents of youth and youth (9th-12th graders) to complete our survey here.