RE (Religious Education) Chair

Oversee and coordinate with the RE Committee as they execute their mission to: “To engage families with children in our UU community, by organizing special events, supporting the RE staff, and promoting a family perspective within QUUF.”

Detailed Description: 
The chair leads monthly RE Committee meetings (REC), collaborates with the DFM (Director of Family Ministry) on building the monthly agenda, and works with the DFM to recruit new members for committee. Along with the REC, the chair schedules, organizes, promotes and hosts family oriented events: (Meet and Greet, Harvest Party, Halloween, cookie making for the Shelter, Winter Holiday Party, Teacher Appreciation event, Easter egg hunt, Mystery Pals, etc.) Additional duties include Overseeing playground upkeep, participating in Leadership Assembly, writing the annual budget and annual report.
Service Term: 
3 years
Benefits for the Volunteer and the Congregation: 

Benefits for volunteer include getting to know people, being part of a group working on a common goal, organizing fun events. Benefits for the congregation include providing RE programing support for DFM, opportunities to participate in fun seasonal multi generational social events, a well maintained playground for the children.

Skills Needed: 

Organizational skills are a plus including the ability to recruit and organize volunteers, and organizing events. Ability to work with Director of Family Ministries to write meeting agendas and otherwise assist the Director is important.

Training, assistance, and safety requirements: 

retiring chair will help train and assist, as will Director of Family Ministry.

Contact Person: 
Renee Neugent, Beau Ohlgren
Contact Person Email:,
Ministry Team: 
# of positions available: 
Position Filled
Expected Service Opportunity Term End: 
Friday, June 1, 2018