RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM

This Sunday, April 16th,  is our Annual Easter Can Hunt and Party for those in K-12th grade!  

Children from K-5th grade will have a “Start Together” Sunday which means they begin their days in the sanctuary at 12 Ford Ave. with their families until after Time for All Ages. Their teachers will then walk them to the nearby Olympia Brown House (16 Ford Ave) for their annual Easter Can Hunt and Party. 

Youth from 6-12th grades will be sneakily hide non perishable food cans and boxes beginning at 10:30 at the Olympia Brown House.

Beginning the Hunt:  We will have a brief gathering of all ages to organize ourselves in the living room of the Olympia Brown House.  After that: a hunt, count up and creatively stack the cans for a group photo and then pack them up for donation to our local food pantry.  This is one of the important ways that we help people in our community each year. Please remember to pick up your K-3rd grader before noon. Guests are always welcome.

If you have cans to donate this Sunday: Thanks to all who have already donated food for this party! If you should bring cans on Sunday, please leave them at the Olympia Brown House by 10:30 when the hiding will begin.

NURSERY CARE is available until noon in the lower level at Chapin for babies and children up to five years old. Nursery-aged children may participate in the Can Hunt if they have a parent or guardian participate with them.  It will also be fun to be in the Nursery!

FOR ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM CONTACT:  

UUSO Director of Religious Education Susan Ryder: dre@uuso.org

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