Category: For Kids

01/14/2018: Children’s Religious Exploration

​Jan. 14, 2018
NO RE, Childcare is available
Jan. 21, 2018
Who leads Us? Do we read the bible? What is our religious symbol?
Jan. 28, 2018
Do we Pray? What is SundaySchool? How do we celebrate?
January’s Theme is about “What does it mean to be aUnitarian Universalist?”
Through story and art we will explore the principles being a Unitarian Universalist.
We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service.  Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.
Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at approximately 11 am.
Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com

Please join us by participating in Guest at Your Table

What is Guest at Your Table?
Guest at Your Table is an annual fundraising and education program that supports UUSC’s human rights work.

Please bring your donation this Sunday and place in the foyer in the basket!

01/07/2018: Guest at Your Table

Please join us by participating in Guest at Your Table

What is Guest at Your Table?
Guest at Your Table is an annual fundraising and education program that supports UUSC’s human rights work.

We invite everyone to take part: individuals, families, small groups, congregations, and community organizations.
Over the decades, Guest at Your Table has raised millions of dollars for human rights projects that have made a real difference in people’s lives.

​What is this year’s Guest at Your Table theme?
This year Guest at Your Table highlights the empowerment of refugees and displaced people. One of UUSC’s major focuses is serving the people who are most overlooked or discriminated against in the midst of humanitarian crises such as forced migration, large-scale conflicts, genocide, and natural disasters. As UUSC celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, we’ll look back to our origin: Martha and Rev. Waitstill Sharp helping European refugees escape persecution during World War II. We are excited to share several inspiring stories this year!

How do I participate?
Please take a GAYT box from the foyer and gather change during the month of December.  Or write a check for your donation to KUUF.  All boxes/donations are due back to Jenell by Jan. 7, 2017.
For more information please contact Jenell, RE Assoicate or go to the website:
www.uusc.org/welcome-to-guest-at-your-table

12/31/2017: Children’s Religious Exploration

​Sunday Dec. 31
Chinese New Year Traditions


​We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service. Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.

Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at approximately 11 am.

Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com

12/24/2017: Children’s Religious Exploration

Sunday Dec. 24
The Story of Christmas
We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service.  Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.
Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at approximately 11 am.
Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com

12/17/2017: Children’s Religious Exploration

Sunday Dec. 17
Solstice and making lanterns​
​We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service.  Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.
Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at about 11 am.
Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com

12/10/2017: Children’s Religious Exploration

 
Sunday Dec. 10
Celebrating Kwanzaa
 
We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service.  Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.
Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at approximately 11 am.
Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com
 Sunday Dec. 17
Solstice and making lanterns

12/08/2017: Guest at Your Table

Please join us by participating in Guest at Your Table

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What is Guest at Your Table?

Guest at Your Table is an annual fundraising and education program that supports UUSC’s human rights work. We invite everyone to take part: individuals, families, small groups, congregations, and community organizations.

Over the decades, Guest at Your Table has raised millions of dollars for human rights projects that have made a real difference in people’s lives.

What is this year’s Guest at Your Table theme?

This year Guest at Your Table highlights the empowerment of refugees and displaced people. One of UUSC’s major focuses is serving the people who are most overlooked or discriminated against in the midst of humanitarian crises such as forced migration, large-scale conflicts, genocide, and natural disasters. As UUSC celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, we’ll look back to our origin: Martha and Rev. Waitstill Sharp helping European refugees escape persecution during World War II. We are excited to share several inspiring stories this year!

How do I participate?

Please take a GAYT box from the foyer and gather change during the month of December.  Or write a check for your donation to KUUF.  All boxes/donations are due back to Jenell by Jan. 7, 2017.

For more information please contact Jenell, RE Assoicate or go to the website:

www.uusc.org/welcome-to-guest-at-your-table

12/03/2017: Children’s Religious Exploration

 

What’s happening Sunday Dec. 3, 2017
Multi-Generational Music Service, NO RE, childcare available
After the service we will decorate the sanctuary tree.
 
Sunday Dec. 10
Celebrating Kwanzaa
 
Sunday Dec. 17
Solstice and making lanterns

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Dec. 3, 2017
Tree Decorating & Cookies
Children’s Religious Exploration Committee (CRE) will host cookies and hot chocolate after the service for those who can stay and help decorate
the KUUF Tree. 
Everyone invited to bring cookies to share!
We will be having one RE Class for ages 5-13 that begins after the children are sung out of the service.  Our class time is only 30-40 minutes and will be focusing on Unitarian Universalist Stories and the Seven Principles.
Sunday Service Childcare:
Childcare opens at 10am for children who do not want to start in the service. All children are welcome to start in the service and then go up to the children’s building for Childcare or Religious Education.
The children listen to a story in the service and then the congregation sings them out at approximately 11 am.
Childcare Needed for KUUF Event?
Please contact Jenell at dematteo@olypen.com

11/23/2017: KUUF Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

2:00pm-8:00pm, KUUF sanctuary

THANKSGIVING AT THE FELLOWSHIP
Thursday November 23rd

We gather together like a big family, and we share the work, so no one has to cook it all! Arrive around 2:00 pm. We’ll pitch in together to set up a buffet in the sanctuary, and eat when everyone is ready. Probably about 3:00.

Join us for this wonderful opportunity to share food and community with KUUF members, families, and friends, as we continue the tradition of celebrating Thanksgiving together. Please feel free to invite friends and neighbors: those with family far away, or without space to offer hospitality, and especially those who for one reason or other may be alienated from family and will be glad to know there is a warm and welcoming space at KUUF.

After a leisurely clean-up folks are invited to stick around for games, movies, music, coffee and more pie!: all of the things that you may have done when visiting at a family home for Thanksgiving. You can watch the game on the big screen in the admin room or kick back on the sofas in the Bondy Library.

Bring place settings from home to make it special (or use the tableware that’s in the kitchen) and bring a beverage of choice for your family.

Your contributions are welcome: songs, prayers, games, toys for kids, a joke, a reflection, decorations ..
Please see sign-up lists in the foyer. Eric has already signed up to cook a turkey!

Questions? Contact Eric Harrold at —- or Jo Walter at 360 551 6944. Or email littlesproutsps@comcast.net or ERICHARROLD@msn.com