April Religous Exploration

Our church theme for April is Interdependent Web.

Preschool and kindergarten will be doing Spirit Play.  They now have more choices for work, including a sand tray!

Grade School, 1-4: Our featured UUs/workshop rotation/rotation order this month:

Transplanting Seedlings with Wabash Riverkeeper, Rae Schnapp

(notable UU: Tim DeChristopher)

April 6- grades 1-2, room 110

April 13- 3rd grade, room 112

April 20- Spirit Circle/ Canned Food Hunt (**collecting donations in the foyer now!)

April 27- 4th grade, room 114

Decorating Pots with  Tony Pawli

(notable UU- Charles Darwin)

April 6-3rd grade, room 112

April 13-4th grade, room 114

April 20- Spirit Circle/ Canned Food Hunt  (**collecting donations in the foyer now!)

April 27- grades 1-2, room 110

Signs of Spring Hike (*dress for the weather!!) with Barny Dunning

(notable UU- Henry David Thoreau)

April 6- 4th grade, room 114

April 13- grades 1-2, room 110

April 20- Spirit Circle/ Canned Food Hunt (**collecting donations in the foyer now!)

April 27- 3rd grade, room 112

*In the event of inclement weather conditions, an alternate activity will be substituted for Barny’s nature hike

**Donations for the canned food hunt will go to Food Finders Community Pantry

 Youth 5-8: will continue with Questing Year

High School Youth: will be discussing and working on a variety of self chosen topics and projects.

All youth: We still need volunteers for Family Promise through June 1st.  Check out the slots on sign up genius, or contact Sheila dresheila@gmail.com

Parents: Sometimes the service concludes before our classroom activities do.  As a courtesy to our r.e. volunteers and students, your patience in waiting to collect your child is greatly appreciated.  Guides and advisors: Reminder that this Sunday is pot luck.  RE generally tries to dismiss slightly earlier, at 11:30.


Hep Our Kids Be Food Finders!!

Hep Our Kids Be Food Finders!!

Beginning this Sunday, please consider donating non-perishable food items for donation to Food Finders community pantry. Most needed items include soups and stews, canned protein sources like tuna, boxes of pasta, rice, or cereal, canned fruits and vegetables, paper products and personal care items. Our collection boxes are in the narthex.