“Learning to Walk in the Dark”
Rev. Jeanne Pupke
Maintaining openness is hard, but not doing so can be even worse. If you feel the need to shut down (and who doesn’t sometimes?) come to consider what it costs us to do so and how to save ourselves from the costs.
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The Nursery is open 8:45-10:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.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 Class, 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Grades 7-8, Our Whole Lives (OWL): Lovemaking is More Than Sex. Class meets in Douglasdale Studio at First U.U. 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, 11 a.m.
Pre-K: Parable of the Good Samaritan. This lesson tells about how a stranger provides compassion and assistance to a helpless traveler.
Grades 1-2: A Time to Be Free from Slavery – Pesah. This lesson will describe the celebration of Jewish Passover, which signifies the exodus of the Jews form Egypt.
Grades 3-4: Love is the Golden Rule. This lesson reinforces connections among U.U.s, our sources, and the guiding force of love; and how different religions and cultures honor the centrality of love.
Grades 5-6, Our Whole Lives (OWL): Family Relationships. Students will discuss concepts of family based on their experiences and identify roles and functions of a family.
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.
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