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About Religious Education at UUCGF

. RE classes for children are held from September
through May during the Sunday Service which
begins at 10am.  Children are invited to attend the
first 15 minutes of the service which includes a
story time. Children are placed in classes based on
age and grade level.  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 Rd  Queensbury, NY 12804
Directions :
Take Exit 19 off I-87
Go East on Aviation Rd (Rt. 254)
Go North on Rt 9.
Take 1st left after Wal-Mart
(comes up quick)  

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Universalist Congregation of Glens Falls,
call 518-793-1468 or write to us at
P.O. Box 534, Glens Falls NY 12801
Services Sundays 10AM
Music for centering begins at 9:50am

Rev. Dr. Lynn Ashley
about our Minister    
Child care is provided
all year round      

Children and Youth religious
education is available
Dream Shield Class conducted by
artist-teacher Joan Reid
The goal of the children’s religious
education program at the UUCGF

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.  
Unitarian Universalist
Congregation of Glens Falls
NURTURE the mind and spirit, INSPIRE peace and justice, SERVE with love and compassion
Nov. 15 - "Humanism for the New
Rev. Sam Trumbore
Ever since the Humanist Manifesto
written in 1933, Humanism has been
growing and changing. There are more
potential humanists than ever as the
Millennial Generation polls as more
secular and less religious than previous
generations. What do Twenty-First
Century humanists want and how do
they look at Humanism differently than
their grandparents?
UU Cafe
Saturday Nov. 28
Open to ALL
Open Mic at 8:00pm
Come Perform!
Come Watch and Listen!
Suggested Donation $4 or what you are
able. Just come and enjoy!  

UU Café is held the last Saturday of every month
(except June,July, August)
Nov. 8 -  "Our Covenant."
Rev. Lynn Ashley
"We are a people of Ancestry." In this
context, we reflect on the history
of covenant as a central factor
of Unitarian Universalism
Nov. 22 - "The Birth of
Bob Rockwell
This service will be longer than regular
Sunday services to accommodate
length of a film and time for discussion.
Children will go directly to their classes.
Nov. 29 - "Singing Shouting
Rev. Lynn Ashley
We consider the Soul Matters theme
"We are a people of Ancestry."
Come, sing, celebrate
as we come to the end of
Thanksgiving and prepare
for the year-end holidays.