Religious education for children and youth


Sep 10, 2017 to Jun 10, 2018
10:30 AM until 12:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday.


Enrollment for religious education programs at Central Unitarian Church in Paramus is now open. The new church year begins on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 10:30 a.m. with an all-ages music and worship service followed by a church picnic. Sunday School classes and the Youth Group begin on Sunday, Sept. 17. Childcare for infants and toddlers is provided every Sunday. E-mail Lynn Sodora, Director of Religious Education, at or call 201-262-6300 for more information and an enrollment form. Parent involvement is welcome. Religious education for children and youth at Central Unitarian is provided within a community of shared religious and moral values, providing children and youth building blocks with which to deepen their faith and shape their beliefs. The congregation offers a balanced curriculum including Unitarian Universalist identity; Jewish and Christian scripture, beliefs, and history; wisdom from all the world religions; worship and spiritual practices; music and storytelling; and social action and community service. Central Unitarian Church, Bergen County’s liberal religious community, is located at 156 Forest Ave., about one-mile north of Route 4. Convenient parking is provided, and the building is wheelchair accessible. The church offers an array of music, worship, education, community service, public advocacy, and fellowship programs year-round. Visit or find Central Unitarian Church on Facebook to learn more.


Free. Donations welcome


View map Central Unitarian Church
156 Forest Avenue
Paramus, NJ

Additional Information


Central Unitarian Church



Contact name

David M. Horst

Contact email


All ages


Registration required



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