2019 Youth & Family Curriculum

Sunday Themes and Curriculum 

Our Theme for the Year: Spirituality in Action

May 2019

May 26, 2019

Topic: Inner Peace

Value: Compassion

Spiritual Quote: From the Science of Mind glossary: “Peace – A state of inner calm, an inner calm so complete that nothing can disturb it. The peace which comes only from the knowledge that It is ALL.”

Affirmation: “I put my attention where I want my life to be.” Rev. Barbara Leger, DD

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May 19, 2019

Topic: Who are the “poor”?

Spiritual Quote: “Use your voice for kindness, your ears for compassion, your hands for charity, your mind for truth, and your heart for love.” –Unknown

Affirmation: “My life is an expression of God – I experience abundance, well-being and peace of mind now. — Rev. Diane Decker

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May 12, 2019

Topic: Cause and Effect

Value: Compassion

Spiritual Quote:“Resistance, challenge and conflict are necessary elements in our lives because these conditions stretch us and cause us to discover new dimensions within one another and ourselves.”   — From the book – I of the Storm – by Gary Simmons

Affirmation:  “The Infinite Power operating within and as me, always supports me in every circumstance and condition.”  — Rev. David Robinson

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May 5, 2019

Value: Compassion

Spiritual Quote:   “Compassion and caring are the ties that bind us together in mutual understanding. – Compassion is the most gentle of all human virtues, for it is the outpouring of the Divine givingness through all.”  From a Holmes Reader on Practical Wisdom by Ernest Holmes.

Affirmation: “I am loving, kind and compassionate to myself and others.”

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April 2019

 

April 28, 2019

Value: Diversity

Principle / Science of Mind point of view: We are rooted in the One, which produces limitless variety.

Spiritual Quote: “There is not individual good. Good belongs to everyone. Good fulfills itself as it multiplies itself; therefore, there is not good that belongs to you and me alone, no final peace to us as individuals. The watchword is not exclusion but inclusion, and the more good we release, the more good we experience.” 365 SOM 2001, pg. 60.3

Affirmation: “I see the divine spark of Spirit in everyone and everything.” Susan Robinson, RScP

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April 21, 2019 – Easter Sunday

Value: Diversity

Principle / Science of Mind point of view: We are rooted in the One, which produces limitless variety.

SpiritualQuote: “We believe in the eternality, the immortality and the continuity of the individual soul, forever and ever expanding.”  From What We Believe  by Ernest Holmes

Affirmation: I courageously step into Life with all that I am!” ~~Dr. Christian Sorensen

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April 14, 2019 – Unique but Different

Value: Diversity

Principle / Science of Mind point of view: We are rooted in the One, which produces limitless variety.

Spiritual Quote: Each individual … is a unique variation in the Universe; no two people are alike, and yet, all people are rooted in that which is identical. (Edited) Science of Mind, pg. 121.3

Affirmation: I see the sacred, I hear the sacred, I speak the sacred. All Life is Sacred!

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April 7, 2019 – Diversity and Inclusion

Principle / Science of Mind point of view: We are rooted in the One, which produces limitless variety.

Spiritual Quote: “Everything in the universe is a unique individualization or expression of the One thing that is the Cause of all things.” (365 Science of Mind, 2001 Edition, pg. 74.1)

Affirmation: We are rooted in the One Life, which produces limitless variety. I celebrate and honor the variety of Life Itself! -Rev. Karen Fry

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March 31, 2019

It’s our 5th Sunday special Youth/Adult service this Sunday, March 31st and our youth co-teacher leads and Rev. David have created a rewarding process around unfolding your spirituality to wrap up our month-long theme on Integrity. We will look at where we have opportunities within our regular routines that we can turn into a spiritual practice to deepen our inner life.

We will create group appreciation circles for the process of unfolding our spirituality and take home a special gift created by the teens to help us be in integrity with our continued spiritual practices in our daily lives.

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March 24, 2019

Principle: I am truthful in acts and motives

Value: Integrity

Spiritual Quote: “It is by giving of oneself to every person, every project, and every association with zest, love and friendliness that one sees the larger possibility in all things; beauty instead of ugliness, love instead of hate, the Divine hidden within the human.” 365 Science of Mind, pg. 78.

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March 17, 2019

Principle: I am truthful in acts and motives

Value: Integrity

“Having integrity means doing the right thing in a reliable way. It’s a personality trait that we admire, since it means a person has a moral compass that doesn’t waver. It literally means having “wholeness” of character.” From www.vocabulary.com

Spiritual Quote: “We are guided daily by Divine Intelligence into paths of peace, wherein the soul recognizes its Source and meets it in joyful union, in complete At-One-ment.” Science of Mind, pg. 331.4

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March 10, 2019

Principle: Be truthful in acts and motives

Value: Integrity

“Having integrity means doing the right thing in a reliable way. It’s a personality trait that we admire, since it means a person has a moral compass that doesn’t waver. It literally means having “wholeness” of character.” From www.vocabulary.com

Spiritual Quote: “Life is not measured in the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away.” Maya Angelou

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March 3, 2019

Principle: Be truthful in acts and motives

Value: Integrity

“Having integrity means doing the right thing in a reliable way. It’s a personality trait that we admire, since it means a person has a moral compass that doesn’t waver. It literally means having “wholeness” of character.” — From www.vocabulary.com

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FEBRUARY 2019

February 24, 2019

Principle: Seek the Common Good through Self-Love

Value: Oneness

Affirmation: “Oneness is the source of love. Real Love is the One celebrating itself as the two.” — Ram Dass

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February 17, 2019

Principle: Seek the Common Good

Value: Oneness

Affirmation: ” Peace comes within the souls of men (humankind) when they realize their oneness with the Universe, when they realize it is really everywhere, it is within each of us.” — Black Elk

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February 10, 2019

Principle: Seek the Common Good

Value: Oneness

Affirmation: “I choose to live freely and joyously together in peace and harmony, seeing the common good in humanity.”

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February 3, 2019

Principle: Seek the Common Good

Value: Oneness

Affirmation:  “Every individual is a unique manifestation of the Whole, as every branch is a particular outreaching of the tree.” Alan W. Watts

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JANUARY 2019

January 6, 2019 – Living the Science of Mind

Topic: What is Science of Mind? Living the Science of Mind, pg. 1

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