Health and Safety

To ensure their safety, no child or youth should be left unattended at any time. In order for your child or youth to get the most out of our programs: to build community, to forge lasting memories and relationships--we ask that your family strives to attend church regularly.  Continuity is crucial to our program’s success. Please respect the starting and ending time of our programs, so that our teachers may tend to their own affairs.    Please consider how you might help our RE program be successful, it is our hope that parents assist in Sunday RE 2-4 times a year to ensure that success.  Come learn and grow with your kids!

In order to protect our children and youth, all children under the age of 18 must be in the presence of an adult.  If a child / youth does not wish to participate in the Religious Exploration programs they may either volunteer in the Nursery / Chapel or remain in the Sanctuary.  At no time should any child under the age of 18 be allowed to wander the building without adult supervision.

Child Protection

For every age group: from Nursery through High School: a minimum of two adults must be present.  If a teacher or youth leader suspects or is made aware of child abuse or has a concern about a child’s safety and well-being, this information will be reported to the Director of Religious Exploration as soon as possible.  There is to be no use of alcohol or illegal drugs at events involving the children or youth. At FUSD, we are concerned about each child’s spiritual and religious education. In addition, we are committed to making sure that we provide an environment that protects each child’s health and safety.

Parent Responsibilities

Parents, please sign up to be a volunteer in RE.  Our Religious Exploration program is offered to you at no cost. However, we rely on the cooperative efforts of all parents to assist in RE each Sunday.  Opportunities for RE Greeting, Workshop Leading, Substitute Teaching, and etc. are available.  Speak to your classes Journey Guide or to our DRE to sign up.

Medical Alerts

We ask all parents whose children are on specific medications or have medical conditions alert their child’s teachers.  Please include the Medical Alert information in the appropriate portion of the Registration Form. 


Parent helpers are asked to respect the confidentiality of each family.  If there is a matter you need to discuss, please contact the Director of Religious Exploration—Erin Kenworthy, at 303-831-7113, ext. 4.

Building Safety

A first aid kit is available in each classroom and in the main office.  An escape plan and locations of the fire extinguishers are posted in every classroom.  A review of first aid skills and fire escape plans is part of the teacher training.  A list of CPR trained adults will be posted in the DRE office.


Please do not bring children to RE with a fever, flu, or communicable illnesses such as chicken pox, conjunctivitis, etc.

More Information

please contact : Erin Kenworthy, Director of Religious Education; Phone: 303-831-7113, ext. 4