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9:30 AM and 11:15 am Sunday mornings
Class Presentations – As we head into summer, our religious education classes are ready to share with the congregation something they have learned during the past church year. These short presentations will take place during the second worship service of the following Sundays: May 5 – Blazes (grades 2-3) and Mysteries (grades 4-5), with the Children’s Choir singing under the direction of Cathy McManus; May 12 – Questioners Middle Youth and Seekers Senior Youth, with the Youth Choir singing under the direction of Marie Flowers.
Summer Religious Education - the fun and learning with friends continues on summer Sunday mornings beginning Sunday, June 2, 2013:
Preschool (Ages 3-4): Friendship Finders – Engages young children in age-appropriate activities on different UU themes that empowers each child to feel comfortable and confident about coming to church.
Grades K-1: Dr. Seuss and the Unitarian Universalists – Uses fun, engaging, and age-appropriate Dr. Seuss stories and related activities to help young children explore situations and experiences that are a part of everyone’s life.
Grades 2-3 and Grades 4-5 combined: Spirit of Adventure – This UU Identity curriculum was designed for active 2-5 graders. It includes unique themes like medicine, architecture, sports, science and food. Activities include circus arts, a “take apart” party, obstacle course, and treasure hunt.
Middle Youth Grades 6-8: The Gospel According to the Simpsons – Applies a Unitarian Universalist lens to exploring issues of religion and spirituality as they are depicted in the popular series The Simpsons.
Senior Youth (Grades 9-12) Listening Between the Lines: A Musical Response to Pop Culture – This curriculum, chosen by our YAC (Youth/Adult Committee), uses discussion of song lyrics to give participants an opportunity to use music as a way to examine issues of life and belief systems.