Tag: religious education

RE-Flections – Black People Matter Curriculum Offered

Blog, Religious Education

By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education “Yes, racism looks like hate, but hate is just one manifestation. Privilege is another. Access is another.  Ignorance is another. Apathy is another, and so on.  So… Read More >

RE-Flections

Blog, Religious Education, Personal & Spiritual Development

By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education I remember my first visit to a Unitarian Universalist church. Just taking the step to walk into a “church” felt courageous to me. I had grown up… Read More >

hands and feet

RE-Flections: Life’s Spirit

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education We were standing in the Sanctuary, nearly two hundred of us, singing Spirit of Life. We sing that song beautifully, we UUs of First Church, and the… 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 Religious Education Service in May. This is a service that is meant both to… 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 program in ways that best serve the needs of the children. We are therefore… Read More >

Children

RE-Flections – K5-12 Grade Black People Matter Religious Education Lessons

Blog, Religious Education

By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education Anti-bias, anti-racist (ABAR) education supports all children’s full development in our multiracial, multilingual, multicultural world and gives them the tools to stand up to prejudice, stereotyping, bias,… Read More >