General Interest

Honoring Debra Zagaeski

Debra Zagaeski, our long-term former Director of Religious Education (DRE) will be visiting Follen on Sunday, September 25th for church and coffee hour. For the many whose lives she touched over her 7 years as the Director of Religious Education, we have several ways in which you can express your appreciation for her service to … Continued

East Village Fair Raffle News

Who doesn’t like to hear his or her name announced as the winner? This year there will be raffles on the two Sunday coffee hours before the fair and at the First Chance Café Friday evening, September 30. Plan ahead: included in the raffle prizes available at the Café will be two tickets to the Lexington Symphony for the night … Continued

Growing Vegetables, Growing Community

Pick a Day in October To Be a Gardener Follen commits to work at Lexington’s Interfaith Garden, where 14 houses of worship team up to grow fresh produce for the Lexington Food Pantry. We need two workers each on: Tuesday, October 4 & 11, 4:30 to 6 pm Saturday, October 22, 8:30 to 10 am If … Continued

Religious Education Classes Begin This Sunday

Follen’s Religious Education programs start this Sunday at 10:30. Please note: All classes run until 11:40am Parents of children in Nursery-Grade 2 must pick up their children. Children in other grades will be released unless parents request otherwise (to dre@follenorg) Curricula and Locations PreK-K:  “We Are Many, We Are One” below Sanctuary Grades 1/2: “Special Times” in Potter … Continued

We Still Need More RE Leaders

Religious Education registration will continue this week following worship.  While we need two teachers for regular classes for grades PreK-8, we still are urgently seeking the following: 1 trained OWL teacher, male or genderqueer or transgender 1 or 2 Coming of Age Advisors (these are not mentors, these are advisors who lead COA for the … Continued

Looking for a Special Needs Assistant in RE

Follen’s Religious Education program seeks a special needs aide to work with students in our Our Whole Lives (values-based human sexuality education for eighth graders) curriculum. Training in child psychology, special education, communication disorders, or related fields is strongly preferred. This position would begin almost immediately and conclude in May; it is possible that other … Continued

Self-Educate About Racism

Good Books To Borrow from Follen’s Library If you want to learn more about what it means to be white in America, to be black in America, and how we all got here, Follen has started a collection of books that should help. Sign one out for as long as you need it (within reason), then … Continued

“Fire” Art Show Is Coming

It’s not too late to contribute for Follen’s upcoming art show in the Anne Smith Gallery. Please leave your art in the copy room or on a table in the gallery/Ann Smith room before Friday, 9 September. And come and view the works after church on Sunday. Email Jane Spickett with the title and any information … Continued

Register Your Kids 

Religious Education registration for this year is underway. Please register your children and youth today. All children and youth must be registered to participate, and families must volunteer.  For more information see Registration Information and Forms or see the RE table in Coffee Hour. If you have questions, please talk with a member of the RE Action Team or email Interim DRE Deb … Continued