Summer Religious Education Classes for Children and Youth
The Religious Education (RE) summer program at First Church runs from the second Sunday in June through the first Sunday in September. It offers a mix of fun activities and reinforcement of our Unitarian Universalist values.
Sundays, June 9 – September 1 (10:00-11:00 a.m.)
NOTE: There is no need to pre-register for Summer RE programs, and there is no cost.
All children in 7th grade or younger must be signed in each Sunday by an adult. Children in the Early Learners class through 2nd grade must be picked up by their adult; older children will be dismissed at 11:00 a.m. to join their family.
“EARLY LEARNERS” GROUP
1–5 Year Olds: Lindsey Porter, Leader
Little ones will have age appropriate games, stories, and occasional outdoor fun to keep them occupied while their parents or other adult person attend the service. Five year olds are welcome in either class — we’ll let them and their adult decide!
“A HANDS-ON HISTORY OF MKE”
K5–7th Grades: Mariah Groshek, Leader
This summer, we’ll be exploring the rich and complex history of Milwaukee through art, science, mindfulness, and nature. Our UU values will be at the foundation of this summer fun!
SUMMER RE FOR TEENS!
8th–12th Grade Youth
Deb Solis, Youth Program Coordinator
Join Youth Group as they explore topics of connection in the Reeb Room from 10:00-11:00 a.m.
- June 23: Science in Religion – We will talk about the relationship and connection between science in religion.
- July 28: Nature Day – Come experience summer and talk about the connection between nature and spirituality.
- August 25: Ghosts and the Spirit World – How do ghosts and the spirit world relate to our Unitarian Universalist faith and principles?
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Lillian Schley, Religious Education Administrative Assistant