March 4: Religious Exploration for Children and Youth

Last week, the Chalice Children learned about how being a good friend helps us live our Unitarian Universalist Principles, especially the first Principle (inherent worth and dignity of every person). The Roots and Shoots Friends continued their project to help homeless cats and Coming of Age class visited the Hindu Temple of Delaware.

Many thanks to our new Youth Group Advisors, Lisa Steinberg, Fran Gulino, Gladys Smith, and Jack Guerin, who will be leading the Youth Group beginning March 18! Sessions will be held weekly in Room #4.  Check the classroom door for the posted schedule of sessions and activities.

This Sunday, our Chalice Children will learn about empathy. The Roots and Shoots Class will finish making their plastic bin shelters for homeless cats. The Coming of Age Class will learn about Christianity.

 Next Sunday, The Chalice Children will continue their Unit about emotions.  The Roots and Shoots Friends will begin learning about the crisis of access to education for girls in Central Asia and begin preparing for their Middle Eastern banquet (to be held April 8). The Coming of Age Class will begin planning their worship service.

Mill Creek RE Volunteers are special, loved and appreciated!  If you are interested in volunteering to serve in our welcoming Religious Exploration Program, contact our DRE at dre@uusmc.org.  There’s a place for you in our circle of safety, love and learning.

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