Beautiful Mystery

This Month’s Theme:
Mystery: The Practice of Keeping Open

As Unitarian Universalists, we practice keeping our hearts and minds open to new discoveries about ourselves, each other, our world and our universe. Together, we learn to listen, ask questions, and bask in the beauty of wonder. Our life-long work of discovery and living into life’s big mysteries is never done!

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Preschoolers explored the mysteries of our universe and our cosmic interconnections.

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Kindergarten and First grade classes explored the lessons from our faith ancestors and wondered together about what lessons they would bring to our world.
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2nd and 3rd grade classes wondered how they can stay open to the lessons from others; and practiced listening through a ritual to marl joys and concerns.

 

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4th and 5th grade classes wondered how we can stay open to learning from one another when we disagree. How can we work for peace when we don’t see eye-to-eye?

Core Concepts from this week’s lessons:

PreK: Together we celebrate the mystery of our connections to each other and the cosmos.
K-1:  Together we explore the mysteries of our past, present and future.
2nd-3rd: Together we practice keeping our hearts and mind open to one another.
4th & 5th: We practice keeping our hearts and minds open to one another; even when we disagree.
6th: Together, we explore the mysteries of right and wrong, good and evil.

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