Religious Education & Faith Development Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation at White Plains April 17, 2022 2021-2022 RE Theme: Community, Wholeness, Discovering Our New Normal
This Sunday April 17th
Egg Hunt, Craft & Treats
Join us for whole congregation worship with vaccinated congregants of all ages in the sanctuary! After the Time for All Ages story, children and youth are invited to leave with Tracy for an Easter craft, egg hunt, and treat table.
We need youth and adults to support the activities. Contact Tracy to volunteer, firstname.lastname@example.org. Childcare will be available. 1st-9th grade classes resume next Sunday, April 24th. Click here for the RE schedule and program information.
Diane, Hans, and Nicole offer childcare for young children. Everyone wears a mask. No snacks are served. Drop off and pick up in room 32 in the yellow hallway.
Family Conversations Mental and Emotional Health
Tracy, in partnership with the DRE of the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, is offering a series of conversations for parents/caregivers and children together, and parents/caregivers of youth that are designed to open communication and support conversations at home about mental and emotional health. RSVP with Tracy.
Parents/Caregivers & Children Together: Nurturing Resilience & Communication
K-5th Grade Families
5 Fridays: April 22 - May 20, 7:00-7:30pm, Online
Five thirty-minute sessions for parents/caregivers and elementary age children together. Each begins with viewing a short video about understanding and talking about emotions, then we'll practice a skill related to the video’s topic, and inviting ongoing conversation at home. Dates & Topics: April 22, Understanding Feelings; April 29, Relaxation Skills; May 6, Understanding Thoughts; May 13, Managing Intense Emotions; May 20, Mindfulness.
Parents of Teens: The Mystery of the Teenage Brain
6th-12th Grade Parents/Caregivers
Wednesday, May 18, 7:30-8:30pm, Online
One one-hour session for parents/caregivers of teens. We will watch a short video by Dr. Sanjay Gupta together, discuss it, and share suggestions and support for continuing the conversation at home.
We invite you to read Defund Fear, then join one of our four small group discussions:
Sun Apr 24 at 11:45m, facilitated by Adine Usher (on Zoom)
Tue Apr 26 at 7:30pm, facilitated by Kevin McGahren-Clemens (at CUUC)
Sat Apr 30 at 11:00am, facilitated by Jeff Tomlinson (at CUUC and on Zoom)
To sign up, contact Pam Parker (email@example.com) with your group choice. You can also contact Pam to purchase your copy of Defund Fear.
Starting Sun May 1, Youth Group Room 14, Red Hallway Fun for Your Family, Committee, Journey Group and Friends - Sign up here
Everyone at CUUC is invited to enjoy the Youth Group's Quest Room, which reflects their Superhero theme. It's open to all! Groups of 4-6 individuals are recommended.
YOUR QUEST: Graduation is fast approaching at CUUC S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy! However, intelligence has been gathered that Hydra agents are planning a campaign in the next few weeks to make sure that the next generation can not stand in the way of Hydra’s quest for world domination! It is up to our heroes in training to find out where and when the campaign will take place. If you can complete this final mission you will be considered ready to take your places amongst the great heroes of our age!
Each group has one hour to complete the quest. Start with the first clue, solve it, and find instructions for the next clue. The room will have up to ten clues to solve. At the end of that hour, please follow the instructions to reset the room for the next group. Sign up here. ENJOY!! Questions? Contact Raquel Belkin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interracial Worship Webinar
Sun May 1, 11:45am, on Zoom, Viewing in Fellowship Hall
Interactive Webinar: What's Race Got to Do With It? Creating Safe Spaces for Interracial Worship
Facilitators Rev. Lane Cobb and Rev. Eugene Holden will lead an online conversation designed to support traditionally white faith-based organizations that are committed to creating interracial worship communities. The guided webinar will help congregations learn to identify blind spots that create hidden barriers to attracting people of color, deepen their commitment to creating an open and welcoming community, and create a preliminary plan for building interracial worship relationships. Sponsored by the CUUC In the Spirit of Truth/Racial Justice Team. Contact: Jeff Tomlinson (email@example.com).
Tracy Breneman, Director of Faith Development and Religious Education, firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation at White Plains
468 Rosedale Ave · White Plains, NY 10605-5419