RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM

Childcare in the nursery is available on all Sunday mornings from 10:20 to noon for those up to age five.  It is located in the lower level Rainbow Rooms at Chapin Memorial Church.

Children of all ages are always welcome to attend the service in the sanctuary. Chalice bags are available in the foyer for anyone of any age who is better able to participate in a Sunday service while keeping their hands busy.  Look for special bags for those under age 3.

Please retrieve your child from the nursery after the service.

RE MARCH 17, 2019

Today is a “Children’s Worship” Sunday. Children from K-6th grade will begin their day at 10:30 in the downstairs living room at the Olympia Brown House, 16 Ford Ave.

Please pick up your K-3rd grader at the Olympia Brown House after today’s service. All 4-12th graders may walk to the Fellowship Time after the service unaccompanied.

MARCH 17TH’S CHILDREN’S WORSHIP: OUR FRIENDSHIP WITH YOUCHAOU’S SCHOOL IN MALIChildren from (K-6th GRADE) will gather at the Olympia Brown House, 16 Ford Ave., at 10:30 to celebrate our friendship with Youchaou and his school. It was children in our RE program who inspired us to reach out to Youchaou more than ten years ago. From a very small beginning, there is now a big, flourishing school that has helped many children. This relationship has benefited all of us in so many ways. We will have some African clothes to try on as well as some drumming!

7th-9th grade – OUR WHOLE LIVES CLASS: (Preregistration Required).   OWL class will start at 10:30 in their classroom upstairs at the nearby Olympia Brown House (16 Ford Ave). OWL and will end by noon. They ask not to be disturbed until their class is over.

Because of the sensitive nature of the class, guests are not allowed. Enrollment is by parental permission only and the class is now full. If you are a teen in 6-9th grade and not registered for OWL, you can attend either the YRUU or today’s service in the sanctuary.

OWL is a comprehensive sexuality curriculum that focuses on self-worth, sexual health, responsibility, and justice and inclusivity. Knowledgeable and trained adults work with young adolescents with the goal of providing a safe and comfortable environment in which to learn and explore issues of sexuality.  The goal of the OWL 7-9 curriculum is not to replace parents as sexuality educators for their adolescents but to support parent/adolescent communication.

YRUU (Young Religious UU’s in 9-12th Grade): The group sets their own schedule. Their classroom is upstairs at the Olympia Brown House, 16 Ford Ave. Please see Director of Religious Education Susan Ryder or Youth Advisors Elayne Mosher Campoli or Anthony Roefs for more information.

FOR ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM CONTACT  UUSO Director of Religious Education,

Susan Ryder, dre@uuso.org


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