Our paid childcare staff have full background clearances and certificates in First Aid and Infant CPR. They are enthusiastic and compassionate and love interacting with our youngest friends! Ages 6 mo. to 4 years old (non-potty trained)
Join our Middle School Youth program! This year our Middle School youth will engage in a social justice and anti-racism program exploring various topics and working to take action. Part of the year will be spent in a discussion group on the book, Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi. Films and other activities will enhance learning.
Each week our Pre-K and Kindergarten friends will explore their world in light of our UU values with our wonderful teachers! Pre-K and Kindergarten will meet downstairs in Room D at 10 am with Sue and Rocky. Please sign in and sign out downstairs in Room D. This Sunday we will explore how we can help! Family Chapel (for 1st-5th grade kids ~ Parents are Welcome!) Please sign your kids in downstairs in the Gathering Space for Family Chapel. Parents are invited to stay! We will focus on Indigenous People and the Doctrine Discovery!
Please sign-up to share your chili recipes and to help us make this year the best Chili Cookoff Year EVER!! Please bring your Crockpots full of delicious Meat or Vegetarian Chili to be plugged in and ready to feed lots of hungry UUs after the service and before the Midyear Meeting on November 5th. Please also sign up to help with set up and clean up, and to bring sides. The Chili Winners will be announced at the Mid-Year Meeting, and there will be prizes for the Best Vegetarian and the Best Meat Chilis.
This year’s theme, “No Faith in Fossil Fuels”, is an opportunity to dig deep, ask hard questions, and dream together of what we want our collective future to look like. Virtual Keynote & In-Person Locations. Learn more here. Breakout Session for State College: Native Plantings: The What, Why, and How to Help Counter Climate Change (2pm-3pm) Humans have introduced many plants from different locations in the world, accidentally or purposefully, with some alarming results. Free native plants from the PA IPL and Chesapeake Bay Foundation partnership will be discussed and distributed. Speaker: Greg Williams