Looking for some fun activities to do as a family?
Meet Someone New
The Buddy Project
Children and adults are paired together for a fun way to make new friends of another generation! Participants exchange notes and small gifts without revealing their identity. Buddies meet each other at our holiday multi-generational service. Sign up in October to participate.
Do Social Action
It’s Scary to be Hungry
Food donations are solicited for the Interfaith Food Pantry during October by kids in costumes.
The entire congregation brings mittens, hats, and scarves to decorate our Christmas tree. All items are donated to the Montgomery County Christmas Store.
Easter Egg Hunt for Our Animal Friends
Our annual egg hunt goes to the dogs . . .literally! Children hunt for items for our furry friends which are then donated to a local animal shelter.
Attend a Service Together
Join Rev. Pam and DLFD Karen Hager for a holiday multi-generational service meant for kids of all ages. Holiday music, holiday stories and our annual No Rehearsal Holiday Pageant make for a fun, yet meaningful, service. Our Buddy Project usually concludes on this date, with buddies meeting at the end of the service.
Rev. Pam provides a UU Easter Service to celebrate the joy of the season, while remembering this important story from our Christian heritage. The service concludes with our annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek, our Flower Service is an annual early summer tradition, with congregants bringing a flower, and taking home a different flower. Just as no two flowers are alike, no two people are alike. We see how both combine to form something beautiful, yet can still be enjoyed individually.
Congregants bring a small amount of water to the service from a place that is special to them and, one by one, pour their water into a large community bowl. The combined water is symbolic of our shared faith coming from many different sources.
Play a Game with a Purpose
Visit FreeRice.com and play games. For each answer you get right, they will donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme to help end hunger.
Visit the UU World Family Pages for fun, and faith-building, activities and stories to share at home.