Photo: September 2016 youth trip to Camp Tockwogh
Cedar Lane is more than a spiritual home. It’s a place where kids can just be kids.
Parents and Guardians: You know that our middle school Religious Education program focuses on helping our youth learn about other religions (6th grade), UU identity (7th grade) and healthy relationships (8th grade OWL). But building friendships outside the classroom is just as important. Call it middle school survival—or fun, for short.
The Middle School Youth Group (MSYG) is back, with all the energy and enthusiasm that powered it for many years.
Mark your calendar now for adventures big and small!
We’ll laugh, play, learn about ourselves and others and EAT. Kids can attend just the events that work with your family’s schedule, but we think they’ll want to be free for as many as possible. Stay tuned for more details.
Middle school parents, we could use your help. If you can pitch in with planning, chaperoning or assisting, shoot a note to Jim Eaton at email@example.com with your name, your child’s name and grade.
Questions? Email Jim Eaton, firstname.lastname@example.org.