Religious Education

RE Matters: Summer Camp Meets Sunday School

By Emmalinda MacLean

Director of Religious Education

Emmalindadre@gmail.com

I just got back from my fifth year of running Camp de Benneville Pines’ Counselor-in-Training program, which takes place during Elementary camp, and I couldn’t be more proud of this year’s batch of … read more.

BRIDGING CEREMONY FOR GRADUATING SENIORS

On Sunday, June 5, 2016, Emerson UU Church held a bridging ceremony to honor our graduating seniors, Olivia Calvi, Dustin Washburne, and Teddy Wada. (Teddy wasn’t able to be present for the ceremony.)

 

The Bridging Ceremony is the culminating event in the Religious Education program at Emerson. Led by Emmalinda … read more.

RE Matters: Looking Ahead to Summer Sessions!

It’s the season of graduations, culminations, and year-end performances—no doubt many of you are ready to welcome the lazy days of summer, after making it through the whirlwind end-of-the-school-year. Here’s a peek at what’s coming up for children and youth at Emerson over the next … read more.

RE Matters: Some Favorite Annual Traditions

In the last month, Emerson has celebrated three of my absolute favorite community events of our church year: the Easter Sunday canned food “egg hunt”; the culmination of another successful Our Whole Lives program, (the 7th-9th grade level); and another multi-generational Earth Day service, including … read more.

Bridging Ceremony

BRIDGING CEREMONY

As our senior high students make their transition from high school to college, we have a “Bridging Ceremony” to send them on their way with love and support from the entire congregation. In the photo shown here, two of our graduating seniors, with their … read more.

RE Matters: Official Engagement Announcement, I Guess

By Emmalinda MacLean
Director of Religious Education
emmalindadre@gmail.com

In case you haven’t already heard this—Eric Rosloff and I are getting married this month! I’ve avoided making any broadly public announcements about it, out of a concern for healthy professional boundaries . . . but in a community … read more.