AARC offers an engaging and flexible series of High Holidays learning opportunities and services for children and families, led by AARC Beit Sefer (religious school) Director Clare Kinberg. To take part, please fill out the Child and Family Programming Form. For now, due to COVID-19 safety considerations our children’s services and child care will be open to members only. If we are able to invite the public, we will update this webpage.
High Holidays Children’s Services Schedule:
- Tuesday, September 7th, 10:30am: Rosh Hashanah Children’s Service at the UU
- Thursday, September 16th, 10:30am: Yom Kippur Children’s Service at the UU
If you have any questions about this programming, please email us. We looking forward to sharing this sacred time together!
High Holidays Childcare Signup:
- Children and caregivers will be required to wear masks while indoors.
- High Holiday Childcare is offered for children 2 years of age and older.
- The childcare room will be located in the Jackson Lounge in the main corridor leading to the sanctuary. Vaccinated teens over 12 may stay in the boardroom across the hall.
- Both childcare rooms will be staffed by qualified caregivers.
- Childcare for members who sign up by September 1 is free of charge. Reservations (and payment) should be made by September 1. Members who do not sign up by the deadline will be asked to pay $10 per child per day.Without advance reservation, childcare will be offered on a space-available basis only. Sign up online below.
- If we are able to open up childcare for non-members, the cost for non-members is $20 per child per day.
- Payment is due by September 1, by mailing a check or paying online using the Donate button to the right.
- Please note that children under 13 must remain in childcare or be supervised by an adult at all times; children cannot be allowed to roam on their own while on the Unitarian Universalist Congregation premises. Children may leave childcare only if an adult picks them up.