ERUUF Religious Education has moved online! We've had enthusiastic appreciation from our parents and participants for these online classes so far. We are grateful for all the helping helpers (volunteers, and staff) who continue to take care of our community during this time. We are grateful to be entrusted with their strength and generosity.

There is an expression in Religious Education, "The congregation is the curriculum," which means the real, live things happening between members in a congregation supersedes pre-pared curriculum in R.E.. In the reality of the pandemic, we are using the virus, especially the impacts of the virus, as our curriculum. We are allowing the pandemic to be a central doorway to spiritual conversation and growth for our young people.

In R.E., until we can gather in-person again, we will be processing the coronavirus and its emotional, physical, financial, mental, and spiritual impact on us as individuals and on us as a society. For our littlest ones, this means we'll be asking, how are you, focusing on friendships, and wondering what makes community. For our elementary wizards and witches, we'll be fighting the horcrux of sickness. For our older youth, we'll be in a bootcamp of spiritual practices as we navigate the soul's challenges in this time. We hope your children and youth can participate.

Beginning on April 19, R.E. classes will begin meeting online from  9:30-10:30 am and from 11:30 am -12:30 pm. 

Links to 9:30 am Classes:

3s and 4s R.E. class

K-2nd grade

3-5th grade Harry Potter class

11:30 am Classes: 

3s and 4s R.E. class

K-1st is considering merging with the Sunshine Kids' Choir. We'll be in touch about how that unfolds.

2-3rd grade R.E. class

4-5th grade Harry Potter class


Harry Potter for both sections has a website here.

Middle School R.E. class

Middle School Youth Group (next 4/26) 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Combined Coming of Age and HSYG on Sunday at 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm 

 

Questions? Contact Julia Tyler, Director of Religious Education