The Religious Education program at the Eliot Church is one of our most vital and important ministries. Our Church School and Youth Group programs (Middle School and High School) are strong and stable with long histories of providing our Children and youth with the skills to pursue a mature spiritual journey. Church School is taught by volunteer church members, and the Middle School and High School Youth groups are directed by the Minister, alongside the Religious Education Committee. All of our programs are open to visitors!
- To explore our religious and biblical heritage
- To provide an opportunity for worship
- To give each child a sense of belonging to a church community that cares about them.
- To help each child develop a sense of commitment toward creating a more just, compassionate, and free world
Worship and Our Children
Worship is a vital part of our religious experience and community at the Eliot Church. Our religious education program provides opportunities on several levels for children to participate in the community’s worship life. All children and youth attend worship. Our service is designed to engage people of all ages. Therefore, our RE programs occur at different times including twice a month before Sunday worship. Further information can be found in the Children’s Curriculum section of our webpage.