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5:30pm -6:15
Vespers (On first and third Wednesdays)
MDUUC Sanctuary

Led by Intern Minister Natalie Malter.

6:30pm -7:30
Community Night on Wednesdays
Bortin Hall

Community Night Returns to Wednesdays!

Join us for your midweek reset!

Back by popular demand—our midweek recharge returns to Wednesday. We will have time for a chance to break bread at our Community Dinner and many opportunities to learn and enrich yourselves. A perfect habit of resistance to the bad news world we inhabit. Childcare will also be available on these evenings. Children are free at dinner.

7:00pm -8:00
Money Sense; Raising Kids Who Are Thoughtful and Smart About Money
OWL Room

We look to our OWL programs to tackle the complex topic of human sexuality with our children and youth,
but there are other topics, such as money, that are also important to consider through the lens of our faith.
Money is something our children and youth will all have a lifelong relationship with and, as parents, we
want to impart not only the “how to” skills of financial literacy but also how it intersects with our spiritual
and ethical values; such as responsibility, hard work, compassion, generosity, economic justice, and stewardship.
This two-evening workshop for parents will ground teaching basic financial skills with the perspective
that every conversation about money is also about values.

We will cover:

  • Why we need to talk about money
  • Ways to teach saving, spending wisely, and giving
  • How financial literacy can support values of patience, thrift,
    modesty, generosity, perseverance, perspective, compassion and
  • The allowance debate

These workshops are appropriate for parents of elementary through
high school aged children.

Facilitator: Indigo Lewis
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 7 and 14
Time: 7:00 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Location: Owl Room

Please RSVP on our Eventbrite page (You will be taken to a new page)


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