This week both classes learned the story of the origin of the UU chalice symbol. Did you know that the chalice symbol was used during World War II by an underground network of individuals helping persecuted people make it out of Nazi-controlled areas? Each class then created a collaborative chalice to hang in our classrooms when they are complete. The younger group made wildflowers to decorate their chalice, while the older group created the sun catcher chalice that you see above, which will eventually hang in the window.
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