Sunday Service and Religious Education, April 27

Posted on Apr 24th, 2014


colors of humanism

Sunday Service and Religious Education, April 27

“The Colors of Humanism”
The Humanist Group

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):  Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 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: What If Zebras Lost Their Stripes. This story uses zebras and horses as symbols for explaining the importance of accepting others as they are and the value of appreciating diversity.

Grades 1-2The Universe Story. In honor of Earth Day, this lesson depicts the history of the universe and all aspects of life on Earth as it evolved through the ages.

Grades 3-4: Daniel Chester FrenchThis lesson is about Unitarian Daniel Chester French who sculpted the Lincoln Memorial statue. Students will be encouraged to sculpt their own creation to participate in the wonder we all share in the creative process.

Grades 5-6 Health and Safety.  This lesson will differentiate between fact and fiction about sexually transmitted diseases and sexual abuse. Strategies will be identified to protect against STDs, sexual abuse and unplanned pregnancy.

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

The Color of Skin

Posted on Apr 24th, 2014



skin color - vespers


“The Color of Skin”

Chris Hockman

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





Spring Fling

Posted on Apr 24th, 2014



Spring Fling, the Auction Thing is less than one month away! This U.U. tradition can only be a success with the help of great volunteers – we need you, as there is plenty to do.  Sign up to help with refreshments, set-up and clean-up, the silent auction, the raffle, registration, computer input, to be a cashier or to help at the pick-up table.

The auction catalog will be ready on May 4, and you can help keep postage costs low by picking up your copy during coffee hour that day.

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