Posts by Bridget Laflin

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Getting to Know WUUC!

by Bridget Laflin

This summer’s RE Program for grades 1-8 is called “Getting to Know WUUC.”  Each Sunday, the children will meet with a leader from one of WUUC’s many teams, committees or groups and learn about how our church works and about the outreach we do in the community.  Our first class this summer focused on the […]

From DLL to DRE

by Bridget Laflin

As you may have heard, my job at WUUC is changing. There has been some confusion about what happened, and I wanted to take a moment to clarify what is changing and why. In January, I was hired as Director of Lifelong Learning, the person responsible for faith formation programs for children, youth and adults. […]

It Takes a (Church) Village …

by Bridget Laflin

The Soul Matters theme for the month of May is “What does it mean to be a people of curiosity?” I invite you to take some time to be curious about the Religious Education program for Children and Youth at WUUC. We are developing our plans for this summer’s program and next year’s classes and […]

What Are Your Passions?

by Bridget Laflin

As March winds down and April approaches, I have been thinking about the March and April “Soul Matters” themes of Journey and Wholeness.  As I listen to your stories and look at the timeline project on the wall of the sanctuary, I learn more and more about what WUUC’s journey has been.  And in talking […]

The Gift of Children in Church

by Bridget Laflin

As I’ve been getting to know everyone and talking with you all about WUUC, one topic has come up from many different people in various ways; children’s participation in Sunday services.  I think the most important thing to remember is that the presence of children in our church is a gift.  They are a reminder […]

What’s New in RE

by Bridget Laflin

Greetings! First of all, I want to thank all of you for making me feel so welcome at WUUC. Since arriving I have been busy learning how the church functions, figuring out where things are kept, and meeting so many wonderful people.  I am looking forward to meeting the rest of the congregation as well. […]