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Older documents kept mostly for archival/historical purposes

Current newsletter — December 2011– and past archives

Click here to download the latest monthly newsletter* in Adobe Acrobat/PDF format (download free Acrobat Reader software here. This page also contains an archive of newsletters from the past several years as well as the following: Agendas for business meeting *A password is required. Please contact jamestr@gmail.com, identifying your connection to the meeting, to request […]

WT-2: Worshiping Together, Youth & Adults: Intro & Request for Questions & Issues

Please Give Us Your Questions and Issues about Youth and Adults Worshiping Together. Richard Fuller here. I am a member of the First Day School Committee, the committee responsible for the oversight of our First-Day education of our children. (We recruit teachers, help them with lesson plans, if needed, decide each year what age-groupings of […]

WT-3: OLD

WT-3: OLD is an archive of  WT-3 versions that are outdated. The WT-3 version outdated on _____ The WT-3 version outdated on Sept. 16 [Title of page changed. Old title was: WT-3: We imagine the flow of children and worship on a Worshiping Together Sunday] (updated, 9/11, after Teacher Orientation) Beginning Sept. 26, children should […]

WT-4: Preparations for “Worshiping Together”

Are there differences between “now” and the steps we have for getting everybody started  moving toward “normal Sundays? “WT-4″ is devoted to that thinking. WT-4 is a separate page from WT-3 in order to keep the plan for the next Sundays as clear as possible. Old versions of this discussion are at the bottom. Updated […]

WT-5: Open issues in the Worshiping Together planning: concerns, exceptions, things to be mindful of

Outstanding Issues, as of 9/16 * How can we help preserve the centered atmosphere developed in the classroom as we move toward and into the meeting room? How can we minimize a kid-jam outside the door, with the attendant jostling and distractions? PROPOSAL: Teachers can ask for extra adults to accompany the class to the […]