Thank you to everyone who participated in the Oct multi-generational service.

Thank you so much to all who were able to participate in the coordination and production of the “Gabby & Gámez” multi-generational service on October 30th, especially our talented youth. It was a pleasure to work with everyone and I look forward to doing so again in January for our next youth led service.

I’d also like to thank everyone who was able to make it out to the first Spiritual Practice Saturday session of the church year, which was held October 15th, and focused on prayer. A combination of seventeen children, youth, and adults were present for a discussion on what prayer means to them and how it might fit into a Unitarian Universalist faith. We then crafted prayer flags and blessing bags to take home to practice with. If you were unable to make this session, mark your calendar for the next scheduled session on Saturday, November 19th, from 10 – 11:30 AM. We’ll be discussing the popularity and practicality of coloring as a spiritual practice. This is a multi-generational offering, so all are welcome! Please RSVP to me via the sign up sheet posted at church, Facebook invitation, or via email so I can ensure there are enough supplies available for all who wish to participate.

An additional date to mark your calendars for is the first of the RE volunteer thank you events for the church year. All those who have participated in the RE program during the church year, are invited to an RE appreciation dinner on the evening of Saturday, December 3rd at 5:30 PM. If you’ve been trying to find an opportunity to volunteer and haven’t yet found one that works for you, please let me know, as I’m happy to help you do so!

November RE Schedule:

  • 6th: Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!
    Leader: Kathy Burek, Reader: Collin Ray
  • 13th: The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
    Leader: Pat Ferrian, Reader needed
  • 20th: Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?
    Leader: Michele Wallace, Reader: Marti Reckdahl
  • 27th: The King’s Stilts
    Leader needed, Reader: KaydeeLin Bouchey