Re-Flections: Fall RE Programs

Re-Flections: Fall RE Programs

Did you know that data is showing that it’s typically unvaccinated adults that are spreading COVID-19 to kids? That makes me really like vaccines! And still, I’m super thankful that children 5+ now eligible. That’s why a new qualification for volunteering in RE is to...
Kids Keeping Busy with RE

Kids Keeping Busy with RE

Our Religious Education (RE) students and volunteers have been meeting in person this fall and have been having a great time. Our Elementary students are using Legos to learn about our UU sources and principles and to imagine what they would like East Shore to be....
Re-Flections: Fall RE Programs

Who are Religious Educators Anyway?

Religious education is a rather amorphous term – a catch all for Sunday school, daycare, rites of passage, and faith building throughout the lifespan. Those that are called to become religious professionals often end up working as a religious educator, and sometimes...
Re-Flections: Fall RE Programs

RE-Flections: Looking Ahead to Fall

Starting September 12, 2021 and running through May 22, 2022 we plan to gather on campus for our lower and upper elementary classes, as well as for our middle and high school youth programs. But, they can’t happen without your love and support! Please consider signing...
Calling All Kids: Story for All Ages

Calling All Kids: Story for All Ages

Did you know that Miss LeAnne and I spend a bunch of our time reading and researching awesome books to use for the Story for All Ages and in our classes? You know, come to think of it, I bet you all are reading a ton of awesome books, too! We also know that you want...
Re-Flections: Fall RE Programs

Re-flections: 2021 Senior Bridging Gifts

Annual traditions are important – they provide us with a sense of time, growth, and regularity. For our senior high youth, we recognize them in worship with a “bridging ceremony”, messages from the family, a slideshow, and words to welcome them into adulthood. This...