From the Associate Minister of RE – Rev. Dan Harper

  • From the Associate Minister of Religious Education • August 2020

    August 6, 2020From the Associate Minister of Religious Education • August 2020
    We’re gearing up for a new school year. And due to shelter-in-place, there are lots of little changes. Please read this month’s update carefully so you won’t be surprised by any changes! See online soon,Dan Harper
  • From the Associate Minister of RE • Rev. Dan Harper • July 2020

    July 8, 2020From the Associate Minister of RE • Rev. Dan Harper • July 2020
    It’s summer, and the pace of congregational life has slowed down. Except it hasn’t slowed down for the Curriculum Subcommittee and me. We are in the middle of developing all kinds of programs that don’t require us to meet in person. We don’t expect to be able to have in-person programs for children and teens for ...
  • From the Associate Minister of Religious Education – June 2020

    June 7, 2020From the Associate Minister of Religious Education - June 2020
    A number of people have wondered when UUCPA might start having in-person events again. The UUCPA Board of Trustees is currently researching options, and developing a policy to answer this question. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), to which our congregation belongs, has issued guidance that we should plan as if we’ll be doing all our activities ...
  • From the Associate Minister of Religious Education • May 2020

    May 6, 2020From the Associate Minister of Religious Education • May 2020
    As we continue into another month of shelter-in-place, the Children and Youth Religious Education (CYRE) Committee and I have been figuring out how to serve kids and families in this situation. Here’s a summary of what we’ve been doing: Online Sunday school has been going well. Regular Sunday school was scheduled to end on May 3. ...
  • From the Associate Minister of Religious Education

    March 4, 2020From the Associate Minister of Religious Education
    On Tuesday, March 3, I participated in a Webinar for congregational leaders on coronavirus (COVID-19), led by three M.D.s, including a pediatrician. The most important message I got from this Webinar is to take coronavirus seriously, but there’s no need for panic. In fact, the precautions you should be taking are the same public health ...
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