Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse

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RE Committee Mission Statement:

"The mission of the Universalist Unitarian Church of the Palouse Religious Exploration committee is to guide and promote opportunities for personal spiritual and intellectual growth and engagement for all ages"

420 East Second Street, PO Box 9342 Moscow, Idaho 83843 Phone: (208) 882-4328

2nd through 3rd - UU Super Heroes

Meets in Yellow House Main; 10:00 am service

UU Super Heroes introduces children to stories of Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists who have acted with courage and wisdom in their attempts to live their lives fully and make the world a better place for others. This class will encourage the children to lead their own lives fully and to use their own positive “super powers” as they interact with the world around them, and as they do so, to grow both spiritually and ethically. Exploring the out-of-doors, inventing, participating in a class pentathlon, creating a class magazine and cooperating on a social service project are examples of the activities which allow children to physically incorporate their new learnings.

In a world where so often "might makes right" and at an age when they are beginning to form values that will take them through their lives, your children are about to meet super heroes from the Bible who were, as the curriculum theme song states, "powerful with brains and even stronger in [their] heart[s]."

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Ginger Allen
Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration
UU Church of the Palouse
PO BOX 9342
Moscow, ID 83843
208-882-4328
uucp-dre@moscow.com
Office hours by appointment