Sunday Service and Religious Education, April 20

Posted on Apr 16th, 2014


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“Miracles Abound”
Tandy Scheffler
On this Easter Sunday, we celebrate the miracles of love and transformation that are part of the natural cycle of life and are available to us when we are intentional and open to the gifts Life offers. Let the people say, “Alleluia!”



The Nursery is open 8:45-10:15 a.m. and 10:45-12:15 to serve those three years old and under. Please label your child’s belongings. Children will be engaged in age-appropriate play, and a snack of Cheerios will be offered; however, if you have any allergy concerns, please provide your own snack.

Religious Education, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Grades 7-8, OWL (Our Whole Lives): Unintended Pregnancy Options. Class meets in Douglasdale Studio at First UU. Parents, use the Douglasdale entrance and please sign your students in to class before leaving the grounds and sign them out at the end of class.

Religious Education Classes at 11 a.m. (second service)

Pre-K, Grades 1-2: The Easter Story. Jesus is described, especially his love of children. His death and rebirth explains how love lives on even after someone dies.

Grades 3-4, 5-6: The Wonder of the Easter Story. This lesson is from U.U.’s Christian source and depicts the specific events of the last days of Jesus’ life, his death and resurrection, which is celebrated as Easter.

Grades 9-12: Stories that Shape Us. Students will discuss video clips, personal stories and the written work to examine issues of their moral, ethical and spiritual development.

Vespers, April 23

Posted on Apr 16th, 2014




“One True Color”

Tandy Scheffler

Come and join us for an informal, reflective connection on Wednesdays from 5:30-6 p.m.


Turn in auction donation forms by April 20

Posted on Apr 16th, 2014


Computer training, jam making, a trip to a museum – our members have a range of interests, and you likely have something to offer. Fill out your donation form and turn it in by April 20 to be included in the Spring Fling the Auction Thing catalog. Donate whatever you’re comfortable doing – don’t be shy and don’t hold back!

Get a form at the auction table during coffee hour or go to print out a form online.

Photo Credit: Spring Fling the Auction Thing Committee

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