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Sunday, April 30th

Transformation


Blog Highlights

 


Caterpillars (Nursery-Preschool)

(Warm and loving care for our very little ones and Celebrating Me and My World for our preschoolers. This curriculum teaches our children to celebrate their own personal gifts and talents. From a place of feeling special and worthy, the curriculum asks our children to expand their new sense of appreciation to people and things around them.)

  • Last Sunday: Celebrations!20170305_110600
  • This Sunday: People Teach Me! To live is to learn, the process begins here, how do we open our hearts, ears, and minds to learn from our friends, family, and adults. Lets learn to appreciate all of those who teach me.
  • Next Sunday: People Know Me!

Staff this Sunday: Jennifer Ikeda (supervisor)

Volunteers: Jen Dwyer

Youth: Kaleb and Ava


Spirit Jam/Kindergarten-5th Grade

(In Spirit Jam! our youth will alternate Sundays between experiential and embodied learning based workshops and children’s worship services led by Rev. Jamil.)

This Month

WUUC Sunday art project

Transformation Jam with Guests! 

This month we welcome members of our church to present special activities aroudn transformation. Plans this month include; Nature Jam-gardening activities, Body Jam-yoga, and Art Jam-Ukranian Egg Making

Journey Guides this Sunday: Rev. Jamil
This Sunday Guests: Mary Beck, Wendy Conratt, & Lori McConnel
 

Jr. Youth 

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(Building Bridges is a world religions program to deepen youth’s understanding of the dynamic, fascinating, and varied world in which they live. It seeks to broaden their knowledge of humanity and embolden their spiritual search.)


  • Last SundayFull Community Worship
  • This Sunday: Offsite Field Trip: Details below…
  •  Next Sunday: Unitarian Universalism

From Lindsay Rogers:

This Sunday is going to be extra cool.  We’ll start JRUU in P1/B for a lesson/activity on Catholicism and then leave for the noon service at St James Cathedral in Seattle.  We have a tour at 1:15 and I hope to be back around 2-2:15pm.

I’ll plan to bring snacks for the road but feel free to pack a lunch too if you want something more hearty.

Please let me know if you need to make any special arrangements (I realize this is longer than our usual meeting time).  Otherwise, let your parents know you’ll need a pick up about 2-2:15pm at WUUC.



Sr. Youth 

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(This year our youth will be focusing on project-based social justice learning. They will choose a project around either environmental justice, racial justice, lgbt equality, or some other topic. Together they will formulate a project and work together to learn about each issue while practically engaging the topic through project based learning.)


  • Last Sunday: Field Experiment
  • This Sunday: Gender Justice field experiment
  • Next Sunday: Field Experiment

Advisors this Sunday: Ashley and Morgan


PARENTS/ADULTS/YOUNG ADULT 

(Soulful Exploration for Adults is a thriving education and small group ministry program at WUUC. We have offerings each week for adults and teens. If you would like childcare to attend one of the events, please email Rev. Jamil at dll@wuuc.org)


RJW: First Wednesday

Mutuality Movement with Rev. Jamil 

We are beginning to do the work of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, the work on privilege, and some direct action work. However, what is the spiritual bases of our solidarity work with Black people in America?High Res Branding

In a research fellowship with Meadville Theological School’s Fahs Collaborative, Rev. Jamil researched the usefulness of contemplative methods in developing empathy and a sense of solidarity with others. (mutualitymovement.org) He proposed the development if multi-faith, multi-generational communities of spiritual practice that can answer calls to social action mindfully, compassionately, and lovingly. He has since coined the term “sympathetic contemplative practice,” as spiritual practice done in solidarity with the marginalized population one is serving.

Believing in the power of sympathetic contemplative practice to develop solidarity with marginalized populations, Rev. Jamil will guide us through the practices of the Contemplative Black Spiritual Tradition including attentional-awareness practices, tarrying or waiting, call and response, and more.

Weekly: Every FIRST Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 PM in the Sanctuary starting October 5th. Interested, visit the Soulful Exploration Information table Sunday morning and let us know.

 


Inquirers  

11:20 am – 12:20 pm

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Portable 2,

New Series
Every Sunday
11:20 am in Portable 2
An orientation for visitors and newcomers with 8 rotating sessions.