Children & Youth Religious Education
Hearts, Minds & Spirits
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Joanne Dingus, DRE, via e-mail or in person at your child's next class.
This Sunday: December 17, 2017
Available each Sunday morning.
Nursery Staff: Bill & Mary Elizabeth Cotton
Ages: 0-3 years old ~ Time: 9:15-12:30 p.m.
Our nursery is staffed by two loving care givers each week. They will work with you and your child to provide a happy and safe atmosphere. Please remember to sign your child in and out each Sunday.
This Weeks Children’s Focus
by Leslea Newman
On the first night of Chanukkah a lucky boy recieves a shiny new dreidel, but once it starts spinning it just won't stop. Soon the whole town join in the chase to catch the dreidel and experience a little bit of Chanukkah along the way.
11:15 a.m. for children ages 3-7
We will be offering Spirit Play classes again this year for our younger children at the 11:15 service.
9:30 a.m. for children ages 3-12 and
11:15 a.m. for children ages 8-11
In Windows and Mirrors (multi-age class) with Carey, the children will learn about Charles Dickens, a Unitarian for part of his life. They will hear an excerpt from Oliver Twist, and explore his technique of painting detailed, comical portraits of the extremely wealthy and the extremely poor. Children will make their own portraits and play some Victorian parlor games. Home Activity: Go to a local performance of A Christmas Carol by Dickens or read the story or script online. Or watch one of the movie versions.
In Spirit Play (ages 3-7) with Connie, the children will hear the story, “Hanukkah”. They will answer Wonder questions, play a game of dreidel and choose an activity from the shelves. Home Activity: Bring your dreidel home and play a game with your family.
In Windows and Mirrors (ages 8-11) with Alicia, see description above.
The middle and high school students are invited to stay in service today.