Lifespan Religious Education
We begin December with the full activity of the season - Advent and Hanukkah lessons, Deck the Halls, Craft Fair, holiday singing, wreath sale, and holiday donations - but also with the intention of being a respite from holiday busyness. As you need to, just be present in the sanctuary or the RE wing. Embodying the spirit of the season means focusing on the connections we have with the people in this community and the peace we find here. I invite you to participate in all the fun and find moments of pause.
Please see the following six (6) announcements:
1) This Sun Dec 3
Children's Choir rehearsal before RE at 9:30 in the sanctuary. Everyone invited.
K-5th start in Fellowship Hall for Children’s Worship with special book project.
6th-12th start in classrooms.
Pre-K - Chalice Children
K-1 - Creating Home: Home in Nature
2nd-3rd - Passport to Spirituality: Germany (Christianity)
4th-5th - Bibleodeon: Hanukkah
6th-7th – Islam Intro
8th-9th – Coming of Age: God
10th-12th – Youth Group
To view the Religious Education Google calendar, CLICK HERE.
To view a spreadsheet version of the RE Calendar, CLICK HERE.
2) Bring a Gently Used Children’s Book to Donate This Sun
K-5th grade children are asked to bring a book that was or is special to them to share during Children’s Worship and then donate to the Ecumenical Food Pantry for families who do not have gifts for the holidays.
Gently used toys and new/like-new stuffed animals are also needed.
Thank you for bringing joy to families in need this season.
Contact Mary Cavallero firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to help with this project.
3) Children's Choir This Sun at 9:30 and 11:30
All children are invited to participate in Children's Choir this Sun to rehearse for a performance at the Holiday Concert on Dec 17 and the Christmas Eve Service.
Please join Lisa and Lyra in Fellowship Hall at 9:30 and 11:30.
4) Deck the Halls This Sun after RE
Join us in the sanctuary after RE to create and hang decorations. Fun for all ages and something families can do together!
Special goodies at Coffee hour provided by the RE Council.
4) Wisdom Reading & Study Group This Sun at 11:40
An opportunity for spiritual growth.
Join us to discuss Becoming Wise, by Krista Tippett, and related topics.
“...This is brilliant thinking, beautiful storytelling and practical insight.” - Brené Brown
“The enduring question of what it means to be human has become inextricable from the challenge of who we are to one another.”
Related podcast and other related materials, CLICK HERE. Bring a related reading of your own.
For questions or further information, please contact Sabrina Cleary at email@example.com.
5) Wreaths for Sale This Sun
As part of a Boy Scout project, Will Zisson will be selling wreaths outside the main doors at CUUC after the service this Sun. Will is ready to help you decorate your door.
6) The Mitten Tree Is Coming Dec 10
Please bring mittens, hats, gloves, and scarves of all sizes into the sanctuary. They will be placed on the Mitten Tree as part of the Wonder Box story.
These items are for men, women, and children of local shelters: The Coachman Family Center, Open Arms, and Samaritan House.
Director of Lifespan Religious Education and Faith Development