This Week in Religious Education
What is happening for children, youth, and families at OUUC
This Sunday we are exploring Integrity and honoring Martin Luther King Sunday.
- Nursery Care
- Spirit Play for All Ages with the story "The March from Selma"
- Nursery Care
- Spirit Play for PreK with the story "The March from Selma"
- Labyrinth Learning for 1st-5th grade, learning about MLK
- Middle School Group, watching the beginning of the movie "Selma"
12:30 Coming of Age (pre-registration required)
Family Meeting with Rev. Mary, Troy, and Sara
Sunday, Jan. 26th, 12:30-2pm
2315 Division Street Northwest
Join us to discuss worshipping with kids! We would love to hear how you are experiencing worship now, and what you seek from worshipping for yourself and for your kids.
Childcare and lunch will be provided. You are welcome to bring food to share if you like.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Mystery Pals begins February 16th
Mystery Pals is a multi-Sunday event in which children and youth are anonymously (it’s a Mystery!) paired up with an older person (a youth or adult). Pairings are based on shared interests, and participants learn who their Mystery Pals are only on the final Sunday.
Sing up here! https://www.ouuc.org/education/family-ministry/
January's Theme is Integrity
This month the theme is “Integrity”. This means the qualities of being Honest, and Dependable, and Whole. For children, it is understood as matching what you do to what you say and to your ideas, and keeping your promises.
We will be tying in Confucius’s Golden Rule and Buddha’s Right Actions as we teach to this theme in class this month. You can connect the theme at home, read more
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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: Saturday through Thursday
Sabbath Day (when I will not check email or respond to calls): Friday
360-786-6383 x. 102