If the name Errold Collymore sounds slightly familiar, you may be, or have been a student or staff member of the Silverthorn School of Magic. And if you haven’t yet been a student or staff member of Silverthorn, your time will be coming this spring. Unfortunately, that’s really the only way UU’s in our area… Read more Dr. Errold D. Collymore, UU Civil Rights Activist
We have developed the following policies for the Circle RE program to help reduce the spread of Covid and keep our participants as safe as possible: All youth eligible for vaccines/boosters must be vaccinated/boosted and able to provide documentation All youth ages 2 and up must be masked during programming All RE staff and volunteers… Read more Covid Policies
I love camp. I love the variety of programs and people, I love living outdoors, I love the silliness, I love the creativity that’s inspired, and most of all I love the camp community that a good program builds. I love that camp can become a place aside from the everyday world. A place where… Read more Camp and the Circle Community
If you’re asking this question, you’re not alone. UU Religious Educators are constantly thinking about this and how it applies to themselves, their programs, participants, and congregations. Ask 20 different UU Religious Educators and you’ll get 20 different answers, however. Here’s why: A Non-Dogmatic Religion UUs have a wide variety of beliefs and practices due… Read more What is Unitarian Universalist Religious Education?
This regional collaboration came about from several like-minded, neighboring UU congregations whose youth programs were small enough to necessitate a one-room-schoolhouse model of education when they met independently. When the congregations come together, however, it results in a larger, more vibrant program that much better meets the needs of all youth. Now, instead of having… Read more Why Collaborative RE