Our Spiritual Education for children is available during our 11:00 a.m. Sunday Service on the second through the fifth Sunday of each month. Youth and their families are welcomed to the Spirit Room on Sundays at 11 a.m. Families are invited to stay for the Opening Circle before joining Sunday Service in Unity Hall.
YFM Volunteer Training Included in May's Lineup
Our May theme is "Changing Gracefully."
Be a part of our Youth and Family Ministry! YFM Volunteer training will be on May 22, 2022, from 12:30 to 2:30 in the Spirit Room. Please contact Joy for more information, email email@example.com.
In May, our youth will honor Moms and make earth mandalas.
May 1: The first Sunday of every month is a multigenerational service, and children are welcome to attend Sunday Service with their families.
May 8: We celebrate all of the women in our lives who love us, take care of us, listen to our heartaches, and put band-aids on our scrapes. The youth will share a story of heartstrings and their own love stories of the women in their life. We'll follow that up with a card for a loved one.
May 15: We honor Mother Earth with a special guest taking the children outside to make earth mandalas in our gardens. Our youth will make the mandalas from materials outside and leave them, letting them experience for themselves a connection to nature. Please have them dress appropriately for spending time outside, weather permitting.
May 22: We share the story of The Elves and the Shoemaker. Some magical elves help the shoemaker and his wife. This is a story of kindness by all.
May 29: We share the story of Maddie's Fridge, about compassion, generosity, and understanding.
Youth Begin a Rock Kindness Garden in June
Our June theme is "Behold Beauty Everywhere."
Our song for June is "Happy" by Pharrell Williams.
June 5: The first Sunday of every month is a multigenerational service, and children are welcome to attend Sunday Service with their families.
June 12: Our youth will share an informal presentation of The Dragon Who Was Afraid to Fly after Sunday Service.
June 19: Our youth begin reading Hans Christian Anderson's Thumbelina, a story about beauty in nature and expressions of gratitude and kindness. They will also start creating a Rock Kindness Garden.
June 26: The story of Thumbelina and work on the Rock Kindness Garden continue.
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