Signs of Sharing

Our PreK students each made a chalice to bring home; we light our chalice when we gather to help us remember that our time together is special.
Our PreK students each made a chalice to bring home; we light our chalice when we gather to help us remember that our time together is special.

This week our children explored more about our faith community and how we connect to one another when we are together. Each of us brings something special into our community and our world; your presence here is a gift!

Together, we wonder, we lift up one another, and we make this world a more beautiful place.

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2nd and 3rd grade students asked: “Why do you love being a UU at WBUUC?”
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We shared the big questions that bring us together.
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Kindergarten and First Grade students reminded each other that each of us has something beautiful that we share with our church community and our world.

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Core Concepts from this week’s lessons:
PreK: We share our faith tradition with our chalice symbol.
K-1: We share by welcoming new friends and celebrating the beauty in everyone.
2nd-3rd: We share the best of ourselves by being in covenant with one another and by wondering together.
4th & 5th: We share our courage by listening to our heart’s calling and lifting up one another.
6th: We share our values through our words and music.

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This month our children have been exploring how we let our life speak through our actions. You are invited to celebrate these great UU acts of kindness by adding a note about how you are someone you love has “filled the bucket” of another with love.
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