All Ages Activities
We are building and playing here at RRUUC in a robust network of dynamic, caring, and loving multigenerational relationships. And we are thriving. As a Unitarian Universalist Association staff member offers “We need the wonder, awe and fresh eyes children can bring. We also need the questioning, testing, sometimes “why can’t we?” spirit youth can bring. We need the idealism, creativity and energy young adults can bring. We need the experience, skills and leadership middle-aged adults can bring. We need the wisdom, memory and depth elders can bring. We need it all, not in isolated silos and affinity groups, but mixed up together—week in and week out, holding us, worshiping with us, teaching us, challenging us, inspiring us.” We can do both — learn, serve and play in age groups (Children, Youth, Adult) and also strive to build on that most unique gift of congregational life — the blessing of all the generations mixing it up.
All Ages – Black Lives Matters Vigils: Every Friday at 6:30 pm at the corner of Whittier Blvd and River Road.
All Ages – Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, Saturday, January 27 from 6-8 p.m. – The high school youth group presents “The Great River Road Cook Off.” Enjoy great food, great fellowship, and a great show all for a great cause. Proceeds benefit Hispanic Federation Unidos for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico.
All Ages – Pathways to Racial Justice – Saturday, January 20 from 1:15-4:30 pm – All are invited to shape the vision of expanded racial justice work at RRUUC by taking the next step. Last spring, 225 people articulated their vision on a Concept Mapping survey and on this day, we begin to make that vision real. All ages welcome! Register by Jan 15
Teens and Adults – The Champions, a movie – Saturday January 20 from 6:30-8:30 pm – A fundraiser for Worthy Dog Rescue. The documentary is an inspirational story about the pit bulls rescued from the fighting ring of football player Michael Vick. A story of second-chances, redemption and hope that teaches us about prejudice, the power of resilience, and the significance of the human-animal bond. No scenes of abuse or fighting. Bake sale too!