Abbie Yardley, Elizabeth Robey, Patti Walters, Emily Grant, Erin Puleio, Debb Welsh, Ellie Handleman, Amanda Metzger, Jessica Slade
Unitarian and Universalist history is a rich tapestry of spiritual, theological, practical and social expression. It reveals a particular way of looking at the world, an "angle of vision" as Ralph Waldo Emerson expressed it, that affirms the search for meaning and truth yet realizes that this truth is manifested in many different ways.
In the First Parish of Norwell Religious Education program we affirm this concept of search for meaning by supplying informative and spiritually fulfilling programming. We seek to create a place of peace, exploration, community and spiritual fulfillment for people of all ages.
We believe that learning and discussing values and religion is a lifelong process. Because of this idea we offer a variety of Religious Education opportunities for all ages throughout our church year. All of our programs are free of charge and take place at First Parish unless otherwise noted. You are encouraged to take part in as all of our programs.
If you would like to join in this very important work, please contact the DRE or a member of the Lifespan Religious Education Committee.