This week we began a two-part lesson based on a story about butterfly friends who seek shelter from a storm. The flowers they hope to hide under will only accept the butterflies that mirror the color they are. Luckily, the clover accepts butterflies of all colors. We discussed why we’d like to be like the clovers, what differences people have, why these are called identities, and which storms differing people face. We’ll continue this theme next week with a related art project.
Celebrating Indigenous Heritage, Reclaiming Dignity, Opening Our HeartsDaniel Llanes, Skye Howell, 10/17/2021
What the world needs N.O.W!Rev. Erika Forbes, 10/10/2021
There’s a River Flowing in my SoulKye Flannery (MDiv), Wendy Eickstaedt, 10/03/2021
Scholarship SundayEdie Clark, Jeannette La Fontaine, Kristy Bordine, Laura Chris Green, Laurie Willis-Patterson, Piaf Azul, Yohannis A. Job, 09/26/2021
Rhythms of our Lives – Dance & Movement: In celebration of the Autumnal EquinoxMelita Noel, Paula Vaughan, Skye Howell, Susie Epstein, Zoran Howell, 09/19/2021
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