This Sunday we held an all-ages class where we discussed various fall traditions from around the world. We discussed some of the ways these celebrations are similar and different from the Halloween plans that many of our Wildflower kids have. Kids noticed that in many other cultures, loving spirits are welcomed, while in the United States, ghosts and skeletons are viewed as scary. Then, we made a loving spirit craft where we used white tissue paper to create these beings. It was wonderful to see the older kids helping the younger ones do the tricky part of using the pipe cleaner to create a head.
Facing our inheritance, Choosing our legacy: What kind of ancestors will we be?Rev. Deanna Vandiver, 12/10/2023
Engaging the Heritage of the HolidaysRev. Krista Weber Huang, 12/03/2023
Beads on a StringBis Thornton, 11/26/2023
Are you giving the world the best of you or what’s left of you?Simone Monique Barnes, 11/19/2023
Call & ResponseMatt Meyer, 11/12/2023
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