September 2nd and 9th Religious Exploration Resources

On Sunday, September 2nd, our Time for All Ages focused on the wonderful and hilarious book Click, Clack, Moo – Cows That Type. You can see this book for yourself here: English, Spanish. This book teaches values of mutual respect, kindness, generosity, and, also, organizing for labor rights. The message was a good one for Labor Day. Our older children … Read More

Geshe Tenzin Chöphel Rinpoche, Sunday, September 2nd

We will have a very special RE guest mentor who will help our children and youth gain a deeper appreciation for Buddhism. Geshe Tenzin Chöphel Rinpoche, a young, highly accomplished Buddhist teacher from Land of Compassion Buddha, West Covina, will help our students understand how offering practices can help us develop compassion using the example of the Buddhist practice of water bowl … Read More

Kuruvungna Springs Clean Up – Saturday, October 6, 9:00 AM

The UCLA American Indian Studies Program is organizing a community outreach and volunteer opportunity at the Kuruvungna Springs in West LA. Later in the year, we will be organizing an RE field trip to this location. You can find out more about the site here. This is a great opportunity to get to know the site, to be of service … Read More

RE Groundskeeping Event – Saturday, August 25, 7:30 AM

Buildings and Grounds & Religious Exploration Work Party Saturday, August 25, 7:30 AM – 12:00 Noon, UUCSC Playground Please join us as we upgrade our wonderful playground and work to prepare the World Room. The Buildings and Grounds Committee, in partnership with the Religious Exploration Team, is holding a Work Party to clean up and reorganize the playground. We’ll start … Read More