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What's Happening in Religious Education on January 24?

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9:30 am

Little Sundays of Surprises (Age 3- Grade K)

Chalice Children: Wondering About Stars

In this session the children will be invited to experience a sense of wonder about stars and the night sky, and understand that wondering about stars is an experience we all share.

Big Sundays of Surprises (Grade 1-6)

Timeless Themes: And the Walls Came Thundering Down

The children will become familiar with the story of Joshua and the walls of Jericho.

11:15 am

Sparks Preschool (Ages 3-4)

Story Time: I Love My Baby Sister (Most of the Time)

The children will discuss how babies act; sometimes they do nice things and sometimes they do not so nice things.

Flames (Grades K-1)

World of Wonder: Thanks Be for Trees

This session will help the children understand the importance of each part of a tree as well as the importance of trees in our ecosystems, and be inspired by the story of the courageous leadership of a child in saving a tree.

Blazes (Grades 2-4)

Signs of Our Faith: Our Faith is a Journey

In this session the children will understand how Unitarian Universalism supports individuals in building their faith, and learn that a promise to express our shared Principles in the way we spend time together—a covenant—is a cornerstone of UU faith building

Questioners Middle Youth (Grades 5-7)

Heeding the Call: The Call of Our Unitarian Universalist Heritage

This week’s session will identify our Unitarian Universalist heritage as helping to bring about a more just world, and will illustrate the social justice actions of Unitarian Universalists.

Passages (Grades 8-9)

Coming of Age: Writing Your Credo

The Passages youth will start to develop their own credos. In doing so they will come to understand how Unitarian Universalism fits into their beliefs, ethics, and values.

Seekers Senior Youth (Grades 10-12) Principled Music: People Everywhere Just Want to Be Free

This week the Seekers Senior Youth explore the idea that in the midst of racism, musicians have often tried to make the point that we can all live together in harmony.