February 17: Religious Exploration News

CHILDREN’S AND YOUTH RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION

In a lesson entitled, “Boys and Girls Can,” Ivonne leads the Chalice Children in activities combating gender-role stereotyping and celebrating individuality. The Roots and Shoots Friends prepare for their fundraiser (selling painted rock creations and friendship bracelets) in support of the Madagascar Biodiversity Project. Youth will meet in the library for a discussion on the subject of lying. Following worship, the Our Whole Lives class meets for a class session entitled, “Consent Education.”

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ADULT RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION

SUNDAY MORNING DROP-IN CLASS (9:15am-10:15am)
Drop by the MacArtor Library as Terry Vodery leads a In a lesson entitled, discussion about the unique partnerships available to us on our spiritual journeys – drawing on the example of the peer counseling and spiritual director movements. Coffee is provided. All are welcome!

SUNDAY AFTERNOON CLASS: (Noon-2:00pm)
“Waking Up White” continues this Sunday in the MacArtor Library.

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New Adult RE Class – “Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts”
Saturday, March 9, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Rev. Robert Broesler, Tracy Morgan and Ram Ray facilitate as we explore our individual and unique spiritual gifts. All ages are welcome. Bring a friend. Childcare will be available, and refreshments will be provided.
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