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. We'll talk about how we say Thank You this week! 1st through 5th grade kids will start in the sanctuary and leave after the Wisdom Lesson. Sign in at the welcome table before the service and sign out downstairs by 11:15 am! We will continue our Anti-Racism exploration this week!
Join Colleen and Ashley as we journey across the history of African Americans' struggle for freedom and equality through music in this special offering for Parents/Caregivers, kids, and all ages during RE Hour! We will explore the history of the songs as well as learn to sing them in preparation for our MLK service in January. Kindergarten through Middle School youth are invited to participate!
Dr. Jason Whitney will be presenting on Opioids, Addiction and Recovery. His session will examine the opioid overdose epidemic as part of a larger substance use disorder epidemic. He will describe the current status of opioid addiction, review the status of addiction as a chronic disease, and discuss various systems of treatment and recovery pathways. Dr. Whitney is an Associate Teaching Professor in the College of Education and Program Director of the Penn State Collegiate Recovery Community, a program of Student Affairs that supports students in recovery from addictions that he helped found in 2011. He is the founder and [...]
On Sunday November 12 at 2:00 pm, Congregation Brit Shalom will be holding a memorial service/panel discussion to commemorate the 85th year since Kristallnacht and the 5th year since the Tree of Life tragedy. The panel discussion will focus on the current state of antisemitism in the United States. Rabbi David Ostrich will speak about the challenges facing congregations in the face of anti-Semitic sentiment. Rabbi Rob Gleisser will address antisemitism on college campuses; and Emma Baer-Simon will discuss antisemitism on social media.