Monthly Archives: July 2015


Foster our children and youth in becoming justice-seekers

Summer Social Justice Club seeks your help. Children ages 9 – 13 are learning about hunger and homelessness in the Summer Session of RE – and they are taking action! Seeing homeless people at traffic stops has made the children curious and inspired their compassion. In Summer Session of RE, […]


Our chalice is lit in Family Chapel

Summer Reading for ‘Tweens and Teens to Spark Ideas and Ideals of Spirituality

Summer is a time for freedom and imagination. Here are reading lists that treat, inspire and challenge tweens and teens. What would you add from your own or your child’s favorite books? For kids in 4th-7th grade: • One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia • Number the Stars by Lois […]


Talking to Children About Charleston

Studies show that young children, even babies, do notices differences, including skin color. And, as you’ve surely experienced, children notice and learn things from other people and the media about all kinds of things, even ones that you might not expect, so in light of the murders in Charleston, I’ve […]