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This Sunday in Children's Religious Education:Nov. 2nd, 2014

Sunday November 2nd, 2014

Hillcrest Campus

9:30 & 11:30
Childcare is provided for children from birth through age 3 in room 105.

9:30am

2 and 3 y/o: Celebrating Me and My World: This class helps children learn to celebrate the world around them while building friendships and self confidence. Children in this class may be brought directly to their classroom. This week’s lesson is “I can help!”

preK-1st grade: Wonderful Welcome: This week we will hear a story called “The Most Generous Gift” as we explore the Gift of Stewardship.

2-4th grade: Moral Tales: Our lesson this week is “Welcome One and All.” Our story this week is an adapted Islamic tale called “A Better Offer” about a wealthy merchant who learns about giving and being generous.

5-6th grade: Amazing Grace: We will be using a series of stories, activities and discussion to look at what Unitarian means.

11:30:
preK-1st grade: Wonderful Welcome: This week we will hear a story called “The Most Generous Gift” as we explore the Gift of Stewardship.

2-6th grade: Moral Tales: Our lesson this week is “Welcome One and All.” Our story this week is an adapted Islamic tale called “A Better Offer” about a wealthy merchant who learns about giving and being generous.

A Reminder: Unless otherwise noted, children four years old and up begin their Sunday morning in the Worship Service with their family. We consider the time we spend together in worship before classes begin as an integral part of our Sunday morning experience. Children three and younger may be left in childcare before you enter the Meeting House and need to be picked up immediately after the service.

South Bay Campus:

Sunday, November 2nd
Families who attend the service at 9:30 at our South Bay Campus have the opportunity to worship together in a mutigenerational setting as we celebrate Dia de los Muertos. The story for this week is Rosita y Conchita by Eric Gonzalez and Erich Haeger.

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