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The Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
Our Lifespan Religious Education Message
We are a dynamic congregation, growing in spirit, community, numbers, and impact seeking to transform ourselves and the world beyond us.
We are the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, a designated Threshold Congregation attracting progressive, creative, and diverse individuals and families from across a large region of north-central New Jersey, 35 miles west of New York City. As a committed Unitarian-Universalist congregation, we are dedicated to helping our members and our community grow and thrive.
Our vibrant leadership team, led by the Rev. Alison Miller, values Lifespan Religious Education (RE) as one of the pillars on which our fellowship is built. This accessible and supportive team has formally expressed its commitment to further building our already-established Religious Education program.
Our new Director of Religious Education (DRE) will have the ability to shape an RE program that serves individuals and families from early childhood, throughout youth, and across adulthood. In partnership with and supported by our RE leadership, the DRE is provided resources and empowered to build a Lifespan Religious Education program that attracts both existing and new members.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an energetic and creative DRE to achieve a vision of an RE program that meets the needs of all the generations in our congregation.
Our fellowship’s home, originally known as Thorne Oaks, is a circa 1912 mansion listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Set on five acres, this beautiful building provides a stimulating environment for our on-site RE programs. Our congregation has recently committed to expanding and improving our RE facilities and our sacred spaces.
The greater Morris County area is rich in historical, cultural, and entertainment attractions and is known for its ethnic, political, and socio-economic diversity. Our congregation has embraced our community and is continually working to strengthen our ties to it.
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