This Week in Religious Education

What is happening for children, youth, and families at OUUC

Snacks, please!

Our children and youth really appreciate having a snack on Sunday morning. We provide snacks as part of the Spirit Play class with a practice called "Feast time" that emphasizes the spiritual practice of eating together and giving thanks. We have snacks in our Labyrinth Learning class and in our youth group meetings. Snacks are important!


But there are two things we need from you to help make snack time a success:


1) We need up to date information about your child's allergies and dietary needs. Please make sure you are registered, and if anything ever changes let us know.


2) We need snacks! All of our snacks are by donation, meaning some kind person donates the food. There are two ways to donate snacks: either a non-perishable and unopened item (with an ingredient list) is placed in the cupboard labeled "RE" in the kitchen, or you can sign up to bring a fresh snack on this form.


Our cupboards are pretty bare right now, so your help is greatly appreciated.

Sunday and Every Day: Taking It Home

Last Sunday we learned about the earliest Unitarians in America, and William Ellery Channing ("The Father of American Unitarianism").


  • Do you think Channing was a prophetic person? What inspiration can we draw from his story?
The Unitarians in America

Looking Ahead, Sunday October 28th

On Sunday October 28th, we will be honoring our elders and our ancestors, and talking about what prophetic truths they have left us.


9:15 Spirit Play for preschool to 5th grade, with the story "Nana Downstairs, Nana Upstairs"

9:15 Middle School Group meeting to carpool to Tacoma for a field trip

11:00 Spirit Play for preK, with the story "Nana Downstairs, Nana Upstairs"

11:00 Labyrinth Learning for 1st-5th grade, performing a service project to sweep and clean around the OUUC columbarium and creating an altar to our ancestors.



No High School group this week, as it is District High School CON

Not registered yet for this year's RE programs? It only takes a couple minutes!

If you have not already done so, please take some time this week to complete the registration form for the new program year.


Children's Registration


Youth Registration

Yours in Faith,

Sara Lewis, credentialed religious educator, master level

Director of Lifespan Religious Education


Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10am-2pm

Available by appointment: Tuesday through Sunday

Sabbath Day (when I will not check email or respond to calls): Monday


olydre@gmail.com or dre@ouuc.org

360-786-6383 x. 102