Category: Religious Education

Battle Creek 2018 Mission Trip with First Church youth group

YRUU Youth Group Does Habitat for Humanity Project in Battle Creek

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Ten members of our YRUU Youth Group and three adult advisors recently traveled to Battle Creek, Michigan, to work with… Read More >

Cami Thomas, Religious Education Coordinator

Welcome, Cami Thomas – Religious Education Coordinator

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We have a new Religious Education Coordinator: Cami Thomas! We are thrilled to welcome Cami to our team. Cami will… Read More >

RE-Flections – Black People Matter Curriculum Offered

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education “Yes, racism looks like hate, but hate is just one manifestation. Privilege is… Read More >

Two holiday mittens

Holiday Giving Tree & Winter Clothing Drive Begin Nov. 26

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Holiday Giving Tree: This holiday season the Children’s Religious Education program leaders will once again be teaming up with a… Read More >

Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education

Blessings before a Meal – Ideas for UUs and Others

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Grace for Unitarian Universalists. By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education. As Thanksgiving approaches, UU families often consider blessings that… Read More >

Deb Solis, Youth Program Coordinator

“All About Youth” for November

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By Deb Solis, Youth Program Coordinator. (See 2018 Mission Trip deadlines below.) First, congratulations to Ehlona Walker, a sophomore member… Read More >

Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education

REflections for November – Beryl Aschenberg

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REflections.  By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education. “If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is… Read More >

RE-Flections

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education I remember my first visit to a Unitarian Universalist church. Just taking the… Read More >

All About Youth…

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By Deb Solis, Youth Program Coordinator As T.S. Eliot said, [quote]“Every moment is a fresh beginning,” [/quote] and that is… Read More >

Children & Youth to Join Us Weekly In Worship

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education Communal worship is the central spiritual practice of Unitarian Universalism and is an… Read More >

Candles Memorial

Taking to Children about Charlottesville

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Dear First Church Families- We are grieving this week after the heartrending violence in Charlottesville. Once again we find ourselves… Read More >

Magic

Hogwarts Camp

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Our Summer Religious Education program will be magically transformed into a Harry Potter camp – with UU overtones, of course…. Read More >

RE-flections

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education When my daughter Chelsea was born, I was given a poem written by… Read More >

RE-Flections: Annual RE Service

Religious Education

  By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education This year, as is our tradition, we will be holding our Annual… Read More >

Alice and Caterpilller

Early Bird RE Registration Begins on May 14!

Religious Education

By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education Early registration helps tremendously with our planning and allows us to staff our… Read More >

Volunteer in Religious Education and Make a Difference in a Child’s Life!

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education [quote]It is more important than ever, in this particular moment in time, given… Read More >