In the midst of a broken world we need community that calls us to slow down and remember what matters most: the love of families that come in so many beautiful shapes and sizes, kind words of welcome that are spoken in infinite languages, Our UU values that remind us that we are all connected and that we have a responsibility to stand up for one another, and the blessings in our lives that we share with others.
Together, we remind one another of the beauty and wonder in the world, and together we make our world a brighter, more hopeful place.
k-1 classes celebrated families and were reminded that love is love is love is love.
4th and 5th grade classes thought about the importance of language, and how we can use our words to create safe and welcoming spaces.
5th and 6th grade classes learned about the UU values that guide us still today.
Stop by the hallway and add to our community board; how do you help hold the people and things that matter most to you?
2nd and 3rd grade classes made portable altars– in a noisy world, these spaces can help us remember what is most important to us.
PreK classes explored what we are thankful for by creating a gratitude tree in the classroom.
Prek Students took home a gratitude tree to work on with their families. What are you thankful for?
Question: How do you keep working toward what matters most?