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Religious Education November 6th

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This Sunday Spirit Play will learn about the Blue Promise story: to believe in our ideas and act on them. In our Unitarian Universalist community, we celebrate our dreams and work together to achieve them…to make a difference by acting on what we believe. This is a story about a dream that a little girl named Wanda had to build a rose garden in an empty corner lot in the city.

Our UU Explorers will hear the story of Craig Keilburger, who began working to make a difference at age 12. To help child laborers in Pakistan he founded Free the Children, a service organization which now involves thousands of child and youth activists around the world. We will discuss how each of us, at any age, can serve as well as inspire others to act in service.

Breakfast Club will meet in the library.

Nursery Care will be provided.