Programs for Adults and Children:
Unitarian Universalist Society: East offers a variety of opportunities for adults. From exploring Unitarian Universalist (UU) themes in literature to social justice issues to yoga, you can further your knowledge and meet new friends to share ideas and beliefs.
It is only through our work together as parents and a religious community that we can teach our children our shared beliefs and values. It is only through our work together as parents and a religious community that we can teach our children our shared beliefs and values.
Multi-Generational Bingo Night
Saturday, April 18th, 6 – 8 PM
RE Teacher Orientation and Training
Sunday, May 3rd, 1 – 2:30 PM
Are you interested in teaching or substituting in Religious Education? An orientation and training session will be held on Sunday, May 3rd in the chapel. Come ask questions, hear about how it all works, and learn about the many different options for volunteers. Current teachers who just want a refresher are also encouraged to attend. RSVP to Gina Campellone (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April – June: A three month trial run of having children attend the first 15 minutes of worship upstairs with the rest of the congregation for a “Time for all Ages”.
April: The start of our annual Garden Program, in which RE and Sustainable Living collaborate to involve the children in planning, planting, and maintaining our organic garden.
April 11th: An RE Volunteer Appreciation Dinner to show our gratitude to those whose generous gifts of time and talents help make our program a success.
April 18th: Multi-generational Bingo Night.
May 3rd: RE Teacher Orientation and Training in the Chapel, 1-2:30 PM
May 10th: A Child Dedication ceremony for some of the newest, wee additions to our UUS:E community.
May 17th, one service at 10 AM: Our Affirmation Ceremony, a worship service in which our coming of age youth share their credo statements with the congregation.
June 6th: A Spirit Play training in Melrose, MA, which will be attended by four RE volunteer teachers who are eager to help improve and grow our program for 4 & 5 yr. olds.
June 14th: Our Flower Communion, a beautiful UU tradition.
June 21st: A Bridging Ceremony which marks the passage of our 12th graders from youth to Young Adults.
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For more information contact us at 860-646-5151 or at UUSE.REdir@sbcglobal.net.