living tradition which we share draws from many sources … Wisdom from
the worlds’ religions which inspire us in our ethical and spiritual life.”
From the Unitarian Universalist bylaws
Fellowship Welcomes the new teacher Melita Willkie. The
Fellowship thanks Ray Ables for the excellent job he has done and his dedication
to the Children's Fellowship.
From Melita Willkie:
Since our family (including me, my husband Brian and son Emerson) began attending the Fellowship, we have felt welcomed with open arms. Emerson and I have particularly enjoyed being part of the Children's Fel-lowship class since he was just two years old. Initially, I attended the classes because Emerson was shy and wanted a parent with him, but since then I have come to realize how much I have grown from the experience.
Ray Ables, the Children's Fellowship teacher for the past several years, has guided the children in exploring religion and spirituality through lessons, stories, his-tory, games, crafts, music, dance and drama. Now three and half, Emerson looks forward to Sundays as our Fellowship day.
Recently, Ray asked if I was interested in taking the reins for the program. Ray has done an excellent job, so I will have big shoes to fill as I begin teaching the classes. Sunday classes will continue through May, we'll take a break for the summer and then resume classes in September. Adult Fellowship members are always welcome to join in the Children's Fellowship discussion.
are welcome every Sunday from September through May at
11 a.m. during regular service.
We will explore religion and spirituality through lessons, stories, history,
games, crafts, music, dance and drama.
Photos of Children's Fellowship Activities