Faith Formation News – 4/1/21

Happy Easter!

Dear SUUS Families,

The joy of Spring & Easter was evident last week in the eyes and smiles of the children! THANK YOU, Jennifer, Scott & Sarah Swenson for the amazing Easter Egg Hunt, Activities & Photography last Sunday. Even with heavy rain and wind, you managed to organize a fantastic Faith Formation gathering! THANK YOU, Benna Lehrer & David Dwyer for hosting the event and to all who participated! Even our youth came to hangout! Well, they did have class afterwards and I believe there may have been donuts involved. 🙂

Tune in for the Zoom Easter service on Sunday at 10:30am to hear the children sing in the choir, to listen to an Easter story & to see a video presentation from the Easter Egg Hunt!

Coming of Age!


Easter Bunnies!

Faith Formation Happenings

EASTER Sunday, April 4 at 10:30am: “Healing To Hope”- Rev. Terry Sweetser & the SUUS Choir
Join us this Easter Sunday on Zoom for a special service of music and reflection. Rev. Terry and Amy Buckley will lead the service.


Sunday, April 4 – No Faith Formation, but please join us for the Easter Zoom service at 10:30am!

Sunday, April 11 at 1pm – Faith Formation Hike to Supply Pond in Branford
Join the Morrison & Samas Family as they lead the group on one of their favorite trails in Branford! Tongs and bags will be provided for picking up garbage along the way. Let us “Spring Clean” Mother Earth and honor our 7th UU Principle together.

Sunday, April 18 at 1pm – Faith Formation Family Chapel at SUUS

Sunday, April 18 at 1pm – CoA Gathering
Please check the group text for more details!

Saturday, April 24 – Save the date for Green-Up Clean-Up

For any child or youth participating in Faith Formation activities, please complete the online registration form:

Amistad Catholic Worker House Food Drive
So far we have made TWO deliveries of food to Amistad thanks to the Skudder Jobson & Martino Families! And the food drive CONTINUES! Please consider supporting our neighbors at Amistad Catholic Worker House in East Haven, CT where Luz Catarineau and her husband Mark Colville have been feeding the homeless since 1994. Now more than ever they need our help, and even in a global pandemic they continue to provide breakfast and lunch to those in need. Please review the list below and if you are able, kindly deliver your items to the covered bins at the top outdoor stairs at SUUS. If you are unable to contribute food at this time, they are always accepting prayers. For more information about Amistad, please visit their website:

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Pancake mix (complete preferable)
Pancake Syrup

Juice mix
Pasta sauce
Canned vegetables
Beans-red, black, garbanzo beans

Essential Paper Products
Toilet tissue
Paper towels
Facial tissue

*Please note: Amistad is happy to take anything else beyond the items listed above to either use as part of a meal or to bag up for families that are served.

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Saturday, April 3 at 1pm – SUUS MOMs Group
Please check Friday E-blast for address & details!

Wednesday, April 7 at 7pm- Faith Formation Committee Meeting on Zoom
Please check your email for Zoom link & agenda1

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