We love visitors and look forward to welcoming your children on whatever Sunday morning you choose. (Please check our calendar for holidays and multi-generational Sunday services.) You need not be a member for your children to attend classes, but we do ask that you complete a Registration Form for each child after two visits.
Classes and Babysitting
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Unitarian Congregation of West Chester has decided to continue with virtual events and services for the foreseeable future, according to UUA guidelines. Therefore, our Religious Education classes will also remain online through zoom and will occur at 9am for grades PreK-8 and at 11am for grades 9-12.
Regular Classes and programming will be offered from October through May this year, with optional one-time events occurring in September and a Religious Education Celebration in June. Please see our RE Brochure [Coming Soon] for more details on the program.
While we normally provide babysitting in our Nursery for infants through 4 years of age, this will be postponed until we are again meeting in person.
Your Child’s Experience
To give your child the best possible experience when you visit, please read “1st Day in RE.”.
To help you know what goes on in class, teachers provide a weekly “Home Link” via email. This also gives parents good places to begin a dialogue. Parents are of course welcome at any time to visit the classrooms.
We have a small, but growing lending library. Topics range from Unitarian Universalism to general spirituality, and include books on UU families and being a UU parent.
Children with special needs – as much as possible we try to accommodate children with special needs. Please see the Registration page for details.
Contact our Director of Lifespan Faith Development, Cassie Lengel, at email: DLFD.