Religious Education News

Mystery Pals The Mystery Pals program is full! All partnered pairs are exchanging notes with their pals and getting to know each other. Thank you to everyone for the great response! NEW: Youth Vote for Summer Program For the first time at Cedars, children and youth will come together for their own meeting during the

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Mystery Pals

Several weeks ago, RE Director, Jennifer Conway, announced a cross-generation activity called Mystery Pals. The idea is that children and youth are paired with adults, and the pairs get to know each other solely by exchanging messages while keeping their identities TOP SECRET! Mystery Pals will exchange letters, drawings, jokes, puzzles, hobby information, baby pictures,

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Upcoming RE Experience

Our 5th-7th graders are working their way through the Crossing Paths curriculum which introduces them to other religions. Visiting and experiencing other houses of worship is a key component of this curriculum. We started with our own UU faith, and after several weeks of activities around the 7 Principles, we visited Quimper UU Fellowship in

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RE Plans A Field Trip

THIS Sunday, October 28 Quimper UU Fellowship Port Townsend 5th-12th graders have been invited to take a field trip to visit Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, in Port Townsend. The purpose of the trip is to experience the varieties of UU services and tie in with this year’s curriculum, which is exploring other religious traditions, but

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PNW Young Adult News

Pacific Northwest Young Adult Conferences fulfill a need that many UU churches can’t. Many in our 18-35 age range do not feel comfortable in a traditional congregation, are still too transient to put down roots in a single congregation, or find their religious and spiritual community on the campuses of the colleges and universities throughout

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