All children and youth are welcome in today’s multigenerational worship service celebrating Easter. Childcare will be provided in the Nursery for babies and toddlers.
Children in all religious education classes, Preschool through Junior High, are invited to our Take Apart Party during today’s RE Community Day. Children and youth learn how things are put together by taking things apart! This annual event features hands-on dismantling of donated small appliances that are broken or obsolete.
Senior High Youth Group is NOT meeting today.
Building Bridges: #14 Islam Part 2.
Youth will discuss last week’s visit to the Islamic Center and learn about contemporary issues in Islam.
Senior High Youth Group
The senior high youth will meet at Heritage from noon to 2:00 p.m. After lunch they will begin planning their upcoming worship service scheduled for May 3rd.
Building Bridges: #13 Introduction to Islam: Peace by Surrender
Youth will hear the story of Muhammad’s life and learn about the Five Pillars of Islam.
High School Youth Group
(Tentatively noon to 2:00 p.m.) Watch your email or contact youth adviser <a href=”mailto:YouthAdviser@huuc.net&subject=HUUC%20Youth%20Adviser”>Heidi Stickney</a> for information on whether the youth group will meet today. CONscience: High School Justice CON is taking place at People’s Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan March 6th-8th.
Building Bridges: #19 Atheism
Youth will explore the ideas in atheism and agnosticism, focusing on the connection between these beliefs and Unitarian Universalism and the social or political values they share.
High School Youth Group is NOT meeting today.
Junior High RE Class
Building Bridges: Visit to Hindu Temple
Our youth will visit the Hindu Temple of Greater Cincinnati to meet with Chief Priest Kailash Sharma for a tour and discussion beginning at 9:30 a.m. Meet at Heritage to carpool/caravan at 9:00 a.m. Youth should be returning to Heritage around 11:35 a.m.
High School Youth Group
The senior high youth will meet at Heritage from noon to 2:00 p.m. After lunch they’ll discuss the upcoming food drive at Kroger in Anderson.
Youth will discuss the contemporary Evangelical Christianity Movement. They’ll explore the concept of being born again, consider the popularity of fundamentalist beliefs and Evangelical worship in the U.S. today. They also will begin creating UU faith-based responses to Evangelical expressions they might encounter in politics, culture and their own lives.
Senior High Youth
Youth in grades 9 through 12 will meet this month on February 8th and February 22nd. Contact youth adviser Heidi Stickney (YouthAdviser@huuc.net) for information about outings and social events.
Building Bridges: Christianity and Catholicism
Youth will talk about their visit to Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church and learn about how Catholicism fits within the greater scope of Christianity.
Senior High Youth Group — no meeting today
Today our junior high youth will be in the Sanctuary for our Martin Luther King, Jr. Day service: “Wanted: Freedom! Dead or Alive.