The first day of school has come and gone. With the new school year, new joys and worries have likely arrived as well. As the Religious Education leader for our UU community, I’d like your input on how to navigate the path ahead for the … read more.
We continue our low-key religious education classes through August. We talk. We paint. We play. We have fun. That’s what summer is about.
More structured classes begin in September and we’ve begun looking for volunteer teachers. Classroom teachers are given a complete curriculum to follow … read more.
FULL, IN-PERSON GATHERING IS HERE! In June the RE program began the transition to in-person gathering. Our children have enjoyed playing with familiar toys, art projects, and conversation with others. The adults who brought them have enjoyed viewing the online services together as a group … read more.
IN-PERSON GATHERING IS AROUND THE CORNER! In July we expect to begin gathering in the sanctuary, in-person. To ease the transition for our UU children, we’ll begin having Sunday RE starting June 13. There will be a sitter in the nursery and class in the … read more.
OUTDOOR FUN: We continue ti gather each Saturday from 3:00-5:00pm at but we’ve got a NEW LOCATION: CICO PARK! The playground is great, there’s a big field for knocking a ball around or flying kites, and parking is easy.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and … read more.
OUTDOOR FUN: At last. Spring has arrived and we can comfortably gather outside again. As long as it’s not pouring rain. We gather each Saturday from 3:00-5:00pm at the south end of the K-State Intramural Fields (corner of Denison and Kimball). Watch your email for … read more.
I was at the fellowship a few days ago and you’ll never guess what I found. I found a few of our teddy bears taking care of the building and taking care of each other.
Here they are making sure the story for all ages continues, … read more.
Despite the light at the end of the tunnel, I’m still feeling a little overwhelmed. How about you? February’s theme is Beloved Community and thinking about our beloved UUFM community helps me feel a little less overwhelmed.
Here’s a project that I hope you’ll enjoy… making … read more.