Category: This week in RE

This Week in RE 12.1.19

This Week in Faith Development

Children
This Sunday, Children’s RE is hosting a special guest speaker, John Wrightington, during our time together.
The first Sunday of every month our congregation collects “Pennies from Heaven” for the Meals on Wheels program. John will be speaking to us about what … read more.

This Week in RE 6.9.19

June 9th
Religious Education Welcomes Summer with Fun Water Sunday!
(During Children’s RE)
Wear your bathing suit under your clothes and bring a towel ’cause we are going to get wet!
Water relays, bucket brigades, slip & slide & Popsicles!
The Fun will run from 10:45 till 12:00.

This Week in RE 5.5.19

Hello Families,

It’s time for the weekly blast out from RE.  This is a fun way for you to engage your kids in faith development for the benefit of both them and you!  I encourage you to ask your kids open ended questions about what they are doing … read more.

This Week in RE 4.28.19

“”Children learn more from what you are, than what you teach”.
-W. E. B. Du Bois

Upcoming Events:

K-2 OWL continues during RE time, please remember OWL will end at 11:45.
May 19th– Connections! A LRE Sunday Service. The children will all be involved in this service.  We … read more.

This Week in RE 4.21.19

Springtime is never about sitting at home. It’s all about taking in the smells of the earth and frolicking on the lap of nature. In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt. ~ Margaret Atwood

Hello Families,

It’s … read more.

This Week in RE 4.14.19



Hello Families,

It’s time for the weekly blast out from RE.  This is a fun way for you to engage your kids in faith development for the benefit of both them and you!  I encourage you to ask … read more.

This Week in RE 4.7.19

“I was brought up to believe that how I saw myself was more important than how others saw me”.  ~Anwar Sadat

Hello Families,

It’s time for the weekly blast out from RE.  This is a fun way for you to engage your … read more.

This Week in RE 3.31

“Children are spiritual by nature.  They haven’t yet lost their sense of awe, mystery, and reverence for the ordinary things in life.  Children need safety and consistency to express that spirituality: they also need a solid foundation in a rapidly changing world that … read more.

“One of the tragic ironies of history is that such original and creative geniuses as Buddha and Jesus have been extolled as perfect patterns for all to emulate. In the very struggle to be like someone else rather than to be one’s own … read more.