Introduction

Introduction
Introduction

What wondrous love is this that brings my heart such bliss, and takes away the pain of my soul . . . — "What Wondrous Love," Hymn 18 in Singing the Living Tradition

Affirming children for being helpful increases their feelings of self-worth and of being part of a family and community. Children have a finely tuned sense of empathy when someone is sick or needs help. In this session, we connect their caring feelings with the caring that a congregation can do.

 

Goals

This session will help preschoolers:

  • Connect caring and helping with the congregation
  • Experience the Chalice Children group as safe and caring
  • Feel a growing sense of belonging to and identity with a Unitarian Universalist congregation.

 

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Understand that caring for others is an important part of being a Unitarian Universalist
  • Express their own caring by creating cards for people who are lonely or sick
  • Connect the story with their caring feelings.

For more information contact religiouseducation@uua.org.

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