Posts by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

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Spring Quarterly 2018

by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

In this newsletter you may find ways to serve and connect, there are other opportunities in ASJ, Worship, and etc. and you can find them by checking out the full WUUC monthly newsletter. Keep reading to sign up for Winter programming. You may also sign up and see these offerings and more on our website. As […]

Winter 2017/2018— WUUC Adult+Child Faith Development Quarterly

by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

The Winter is with us, along with the early dark and their friend melancholy. Our instincts are to rest and hide during this season, to hibernate until the Sun returns. However, our church life seems to get busier in the Winter. It seems counter-intuitive that a community-based church, that requires us to continually show up […]

RE Quarterly: September-November 2017

by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

Welcome back to Soulful Exploration at WUUC. We have an exciting and focused year of learning and service planned for you and your family. There are many new offerings for children, youth, and adults. This year we are hoping to focus more squarely on the development of our identity as a justice-seeking congregation. Along with […]

Bridging, Transitions, and Gender Justice Assembly (June 11th!)

by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

For more general information about our programs click here. Sunday, June 11th Zest *Please join us in celebrating our Bridging youth in this Sunday’s service, Kylie Hartman and Paige Marler at 10:00a in the Santuary. *During the service we will celebrate our children who are transitioning into a different age cohort. Preschool children entering Kindergarten, 5th graders […]

What is happening in Soulful, Sunday, June 4th

by Rev. Jaelynn Scott

For more general information about our programs click here. Sunday, June 4th Zest Blog Highlights Preschool Happenings K-5 Story & Media Jam Jr Youth  Sr Youth  Adults 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. […]