Monthly Archives: June2017

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Religious Education Models: A Closer Look & Incorporating Anti-Bias Education and Coming of Age Programs & Developing UU Identity are the upcoming workshops looking at the vision and goals of the Religious Education program for the Carbondale Fellowship.

A Closer Look at RE Models is designed for people active in the children’s and youth RE program. This will follow-up on the meeting that was held in January and will include new material and information on Anti-Bias education. We will meet on Saturday, June 10th (9:30 to noon).

Coming of Age Programs is intended for all members of the Fellowship who are interested in the education program at the Fellowship. We will look at Coming of Age programs, how the entire Fellowship can support such a program and building UU Identity. Meeting is Sunday, June 11th (noon – 2:30pm).

Facilitated by Lynn Hunt, RE Consultant and Credentialed Religious Educator.

The next New Humanist Forum, “Community Volunteering Opportunities,” will take place on Sunday, June 18th at 12:15 pm at the Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship, 105 N Parrish Lane, Carbondale.

Kara Dunkel is pleased to announce the rolling out JustServe.Org: A FREE volunteer matching website that is available to the public with no strings attached in your region. Organizations in need of volunteers will learn how to connect to the website, and those wanting volunteer experiences will find many projects to choose from to make a difference in their communities today.

Kara earned a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art, a Masters in Fine Arts from SIU, is a Ham Radio operator, an avid genealogist, has three amazing children, and is married to Ron Dunkel of SIU Craft Shop fame. Mrs. Dunkel loves serving in the community especially at Bethel AME Feed My Sheep Soup Kitchen, for the Jackson County Historical Society, and for many other organizations and agencies in the area.

The New Humanist Forum is a member-led group devoted to exploring together all the many facets of “what it means to be fully human.” To attend or participate one does not need to be a Fellowship member. The community is invited to this free event.

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