While we continue to be connected in community even as we are staying physically distanced, I know many of us are missing being in our beloved TVUUC building. So when I stopped in one day recently, I made a little walk-through visit video so your … read more.
We are delighted to share a new spiritual practice resource, created for our kids (and friends of all ages!) by TVUUC friend Piper Hansen, who originally planned to visit our preschool RE class to introduce yoga, but has now recorded versions that we can share … read more.
This week’s Learning Lab Challenge comes to us from Karen White, and she invites us to take part in a challenge that includes a “Three R’s” scavenger hunt. Are you ready to see what you can find?
The Three R’s – Recycle, Reuse, and Reduce
Take the … read more.
Today in our RE Family Check-In, we found simple silly costume elements at home to create a cast of characters, and then we wrote a story together about our characters.
TVUUC friends of all ages, our Learning Lab Creative Challenge for this week is to create … read more.
A story originally shared in our April 5, 2020 online service, offered for this time of sheltering in place.
A story for this time of sheltering at home, originally shared in our Easter Sunday service on April 12th.
Keep the fun of Easter going – whether you missed our Virtual Egg Hunt, or want to watch it all over again and try out additional challenges, here it is!
How many eggs did you find?
This week’s Helping Hands project comes to us from TVUUC RE leader Karen White!
Social distancing and isolation can be hard for some of our friends and loved ones. Let’s get to work letting those we can’t see in person these days know that they are … read more.
TVUUC friends of all ages, I have a special Easter-themed Creative Challenge for you as this week’s RE Learning Lab project.
After our online service this Sunday, we’ll be offering a virtual Easter Egg Hunt. But I can’t get it ready all by myself. Between now … read more.
Welcome to this week’s at-home TVUUC RE Helping Hands project!
Last week we invited you to create messages of appreciation for postal and delivery workers who are on the job and keeping our community connected and supplied with mail and deliveries. This week, let’s get a … read more.