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Theme I Spy God in the …
Workshops By Gabrielle Ricketts
1st - 6th Grades Driving home from church my For some time now I have made a
daughter stated factually, “Did you hobby of appreciating the divine in
Each class member will examine his know God lives in the clouds?” the everyday. Picking up clues to the
or her present beliefs about God and
Understanding her to mean a very mystery that is God the way kids
then make a representation of those
beliefs. They will be given the choice literal view of God, the Michelangelo pick up sea shells. So far some of the
of depicting the God that they believe version of God resting on a cloud most inspiring samples in my collec-
in, or alternatively, the God that they or the kingdom of heaven cached tion include: creating another life
currently reject. These works will be behind some cumulous barrier, I (conception to childbirth), the
collected and displayed this spring in
was a little disappointed. I hoped periodic table of elements, compas-
the art gallery at All Souls.
I’d done a better job at steering her sion and forgiveness, the laws of
away from anthropomorphizing the physics, laughter of children,
divine through books and stories unconditional love from a pet, the
and talks over the years. I then changing of seasons, inspiration
asked my son where he thought God during the creative process, ocean
lived. Quite matter-of-factly he said, waves and the colors of tropical fish.
“God lives in the grass.” Sophie then
said, “Maybe God is in the rainbow.” How do you understand God? This
Zane countered with extending God search of discovering, questioning,
to trees and frogs. Sophie elaborated defining, rejecting, and understand-
to air, flowers, and birds. Zane ing takes a lifetime if you are lucky
thought he would add the telephone and paying attention. Share your
pole. I encouraged everything, journey with your family.
giving a brief eyebrow raise to the
telephone pole, because for me God Share your journey
was THIS conversation with my at All Souls.
children … “When two or more are
gathered in his name.”
Story for All Ages
Hide and Seek with God by Mary Ann Moore
Once upon a time God said, green grass pushing their way up to- if I want to call them God.”
“I’m bored because I don’t have ward the sun. As he bent over to look
more closely at the tender green, he A fourth friend decided to look for
anything to do. I want to play God where people were. He joined
realized there was something special
with my friends.” And because and amazing and wonderful about it. a group of people going home from
God is God, as soon as the So he jumped up and ran back to home work and went with them into the
words were spoken God’s base, calling out, “I found God! God is store where they bought food. He
friends were there. When God green and growing. I found God in the went with them back out on the street
grass.” as they started for their homes. He
saw them all gathered, God
was with them when someone came
said, “I’ve been bored because Another one of God’s friends decided up and said, “Please, I am very hungry.
I haven’t had anything to do. to look for God in the night. She Could you share a little food with
Let’s play something.” watched the sun go down, and the me?” The people readily agreed and
work-a-day noises stop, and the lights as he watched, he realized there was
“Good idea,” said God’s friends, in the houses go out. As it got darker something special and amazing and
“What shall we play?” and as the peaceful night wrapped wonderful about those people. He
itself around her, she listened very suddenly turned around and ran to
God thought for a minute and then hard, and then she realized there was home base, calling out, “I found God!
said, “I know, let’s play hide and seek!” something special and amazing and God is love and sharing. I found God
The friends all said, “Yeay!” for they wonderful about it. And when it was in people who care for others.”
knew that hide and seek with God was so still that she could see and hear
nothing at all, she suddenly jumped Finally, two more of God’s friends,
always exciting and different because a boy and a girl, decided to look for
God was the one who hid, and God up and ran to home base, calling out,
“I found God! God is dark and peace- God together. After a time, they came
always thought of wonderful places to a house, and they decided to look
to hide. ful. I found God in the night!”
for God in the house. In the house
So God’s friends closed their eyes A third friend looked upon the earth they saw a room, and they looked for
tight, and they counted to ten. When and he felt the mystery of the grass God in the room. And in the room
they opened their eyes God wasn’t growing toward the sun. He stayed and they saw a mirror, and they looked
there anymore. So they all went off to watched the night come, and he felt for God in the mirror. As they looked
look for God. the mystery of the darkness and the into the mirror they realized there was
stars. He thought to himself, “These something special and amazing and
One friend decided to look close upon mysteries are special and amazing and wonderful being reflected in it, and
the earth and soon came to a meadow. wonderful”. But when he finally came they suddenly turned around and ran
As he was searching, he stopped to back to home base, he said, “I found to home base, calling out, “We found
admire the tender new sprouts of wonderful mysteries, but I’m not sure God! We found God in us.”
At this God appeared again and said,
“I had so much fun! Weren’t those
STORY COMPREHENSION good hiding places? Some of you
& QUESTIONS found me, others weren’t sure, and
others are still looking. That’s OK
• Where and when did the children find God? because the most important thing is
• How did they know when they had found God? just to play the game. Let’s do it again
• Have you experienced “something special and amazing and wonderful”? because I’m sure I can think of some
other good hiding places.” And they
• Would you like to play a game with God? What game would it be?
all called out, “Olly, olly, oxen free,
free, free,” and the game started all
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DINNER TABLE DISCUSSION
The winter holidays are traditionally a
time of reconnecting by sending holiday
How do you understand God? cards to friends and family. This year, how
What other names, verbs or nouns can you use to replace the word about sending out a little extra holiday
God? What ideas of God do you reject? When was the first time you
experienced something truly divine or transcendent? Share this story
cheer to someone who could use a lift?
with your family. The American Red Cross has teamed up
with Pitney Bowes to help people get
What is your God? holiday cards to American soldiers, their
Play with the definition of God being that which is most important to families and veterans. Send cards to:
you. What is your God? How do you spend your time, devote your
resources to your God? How do you celebrate your God?
HOLIdAY MAIL FOR HEROES
God around the Globe PO BOx 5456
Look at a Globe or map of the world. Educate your family about how CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md 20791-5456
God is perceived differently around the world. A good resource is The
Usborne Book of World Religions.
God as depicted in Art
Artist through the ages have depicted God in their work. From Michelan-
gelo’s Sistine chapel to more contemporary works, stories from the bible
have been the subject of countless works of human creation. Christmas
is a good time to study the renaissance paintings depicting the birth of Family
Christ. Triptics of the renaissance include iconography depicting God as a
peacock, a grapevine, and a stone structure. A survey of the subject may
be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_the_Father_in_Western_art
Greek and Roman Mythological Gods for God
Explore Greek and Roman Mythology though ancient and contemporary
stories. Art and sculpture from antiquity to neoclassical drew on Greek Play Hide & Seek with God
and Roman Mythology for subject matter. Find paintings and sculpture Inspired by the story of the same name, take
at Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa and on-line to discuss how artists a walk, a drive, a hike or a moment and
brought the stories of the Gods to life. make a game of finding the divine. Travel in
silence for a while, breath in peace. Let go of
the past, put off the future, and be present.
Use your five senses to see, hear, feel, taste
and smell. Be light. Look for the divine.
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT After a time share what you have discov-
December 17, 6:30-10 p.m. ered. Continue the game this month: Share
experiences of wonder and awe, transcendent
Parents’ Night Out is offered to support healthy families in the All Souls encounters with people, the moment which
community by allowing parents an opportunity to nurture their own make you smile inside, the full silent dark-
relationships, knowing that their children are in a safe, creative and ness of utter peace, the joyous sound of your
familiar environment. Children 3 months to 12 years of age are welcome. soul singing.
The program includes free and structured play, arts and crafts, games and
a healthy snack. The younger children will have story time and the older Celebrations of Light
ones will watch a movie. Based on age, fees range from $15 to $25 for the During this the darkest month it is no
evening. Please make your reservation 72 hours in advance by contacting surprise that so many of this month’s celebra-
Jean Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org or 743-2805, ext. 308, and tions involve lights. Celebrate the season with
an evening car ride to view neighborhood
leaving the following information: Your name, your child’s name(s) and lights, attend the Holiday Lights Parade, or
age(s), your complete contact information. Reservations will be confirmed visit Philbrook or Chandler Park’s displays.
by e-mail or phone.
HIdE And SEEK WITH GOd, by Mary Ann Moore
a compilation of stories where God comes alive in a variety of
multicultural, non-sexist forms -- as transcendent mystery, the
mother and father of life, peace and silence, light and darkness
WHAT IS GOd? - Etan Boritzer
WHAT IS GOd’S nAME? - Sandy Eisenberg Sasso
(Early Childhood Spirituality)
novels by PERCY JACKSOn
On-LInE UU Translator
HIdE And SEEK WITH GOd, by Mary Ann Moore, Find the story at: The UU translator builds a vocabulary
http://clf.uua.org/betweensundays/earlychildhood/God/Hide_and_Seek. for the members of All Souls allowing a
html. A discussion for the background of the story can be found at http:// dialogue with each other and people of
clf.uua.org/betweensundays/earlychildhood/God/God1_bkg.html different faiths.
IS BELIEvInG In GOd EvOLuTIOnARILY AdvAnTAGEOuS? God
From national Public Radio http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.
php?storyId=129528196 1) God (noun, uppercase) supreme
being: the being believed in mono-
The link to unitarian universalist Association publication WHAT KIdS theistic religions such as Judaism,
SAY ABOuT GOd at http://www.uua.org/publications/pamphlets/fami- Islam, and Christianity to be the all-
lies/151296.shtml powerful all-knowing creator of the
universe, worshiped as the only god
2) the divine, the Spirit of Life, the
HERCuLES, the movie mystery of existence 3) the personifi-
cation of ultimate goodness
1) god (noun, lowercase) supernatural
being: one of a group of supernatu-
ral beings in some religions, each of
which is worshiped as the personifica-
tion or controller of some aspect of
the universe, i.e. Thor, the Norse god
of thunder 2)figure or image, a repre-
sentation of a god, used as an object
of worship, i.e. the little bronze god
standing in the altar 3) something
that dominates (informal), something
that is so important that it takes
over somebody’s life, i.e. worshiping
the false god of fame. 4) somebody
admired (informal) one who is widely
admired or imitated, i.e. He was one
of the rock music gods in the early
Seventies. 5) gods (plural noun) fate,
the entire group of supernatural be-
ings viewed as deciding human fate.
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UU FAMILY VALUES LITTLE ANSWERS TO
Talking with Children about God BIG QUESTIONS
Rabbi Harold S. Kushner writes, “We must speak to our children of God Do you believe in God,
because if we don’t … our children are liable to fall into one of two undesirable Mommy?
patterns. They may accept some of the simple-minded notions about God which Generations of children at All Souls
are current in much of our society, notions which I consider inaccurate, intellec- have grown up with an understanding
tually compromising, and psychologically harmful simply to fill a vacuum. Or that “God is Love.” That is the work-
else, if they have the good sense and sensitivity to reject them, they may reject ing definition that underlies our Chil-
belief in God entirely and commit themselves to a life in which some of the dren’s Religious Education Program,
most precious and valuable aspects of human existence are missing.” and from this basic tenant, individual
beliefs are explored, encouraged, and
What are the developmental steps to healthy Spirituality? I know approximately
respected during spiritual expressions,
when my daughter should crawl, walk, potty train. I know when I should intro-
workshops, discussions and worship.
duce solid foods to my son, but the developmental steps to Spirituality … you’ve
got me there. Which is why when attending a Parents as Spiritual Guides class All Souls believes that parents are the
at All Souls which presented resources from Rabbi Harold S. Kushner’s When primary religious educators of their
Children Ask About God opened up a whole new way to talk about God to my children. With that said, even when
children. The following are excerpts: we are secure in our understand-
ing of the holy, it is often difficult to
The language commonly used in our culture to talk about God, in combination find a vocabulary that children can
with a child’s natural tendency to think in concrete terms, leads children to understand. First, let’s not be afraid
conceive God in human terms – just like us only more so. Some ways to counter to acknowledge to our children that
their tendencies are: Speak less of what God is and more of how God or the humans have been wondering about
divine is manifest in our lives. Cultivate the habit of pointing out the qualities the existence of God since time began.
we encounter in our daily living as experiences of God, qualities of compassion,
generosity, integrity, beauty. Rather than saying “God is good, God is Often children are really asking about
forgiving.” Learn to say goodness is godly, forgiveness is godly.” God on a functional level. “What is
God, and how does he/she affect me?”
Rather than speaking of who or where God is, talk of when God is. This leads Reassure children that there is not a
to focusing on feelings and on the experience of God within others, and personal God ready to punish them for
ourselves, rather than apart from our human experience. To speak of God misdeeds. Emphasize that the stories in
as invisible, or as everywhere, reinforces notions of God as a being. the Bible are just that, stories, that are
meant to guide us in living good lives
“God is a name we give to a certain set of realities that we have discovered to and not to be taken as fact. Define
be built into the world.” We cannot see or feel God …, but we can see and feel the idea of the divine on their level by
God-in-action. When your realize that you are bigger, stronger, smarter than using examples of godly behavior i.e.
you were a year ago, when you see a seed grow into a flower, when the sunshine sharing, caring and telling the truth.
makes the grass sparkle and the world looks beautiful, when you build some- Celebrate each child’s spiritual journey
thing and it works, when people love you not for what you have done but just by listening to their beliefs and being
for being you, you know that God is the force in the world. open minded as they experience the
mystery that is God.
If we teach them nothing else during their earliest years, we should be sure to
teach them that the idea of God is a difficult one even for adults to understand, Answer:
that our conception of it continues to change as we grow older and understand That is a question many grown ups
more and that our primary religious duty is to search, to question, to evaluate, wonder about. People have many
and to try to comprehend. When we can learn to say, “I don’t know; that is a ideas about God but no one knows for
question even grown-ups wonder about. Let’s talk about it now, and let’s sure. I can tell you what I believe in. I
continue to talk about it as we both get older and smarter; then religious believe in love, mercy and grace. I be-
education becomes a shared search rather than the transferring of information lieve there is a divine goodness in each
from a full brain to an empty one. of us. What do you think about God?
Based on Rabbi Harold S. Kushner’s When Children Ask About God
Children’s Celebr ating
Religious Education our UU Heritage
CHANNING’S CHILDREN Dr. Charles Follen was a Unitarian minister who is credited with bringing
Our pre-school age children will explore the idea of the Christmas tree to the United States. A German-born
the idea of wishes, for our selves and for professor at Harvard University, Follen wanted his young son and family
others, and the power we have to make to experience the magic of the glowing Christmas trees of his childhood.
them come true. One year he surprised them with a fully decorated and lighted tree. The
Follen family invited neighbors to gather round their indoor tree.
The kindergarten class looks at winter The event took place in December 1832. That is the date of a description by
holidays around the world and makes Harriet Martineau, an English Unitarian and journalist who was visiting
their annual paperchain contribution Boston at the time. Follen went out into the woods near his home and cut
to our Christmas festivities. down a small fir. The tree was set in a tub and its branches hung with small
dolls, eggshells covered in gold paint, and paper cornucopias filled
7TH GRADE with candied fruit. The tree glowed with many candles.
The 7th grade studies Sikhism with Martineau describes the unveiling of the tree at the Follens’
a field trip to India Palace and a Christmas party: “It really looked beautiful; the room seemed
discussion with its Sikh owners. in a blaze, and the ornaments were so well hung on that no
accident happened, except that one doll’s petticoat caught fire.
8 th GRADE There was a sponge tied to the end of a stick to put out any
The 8th grade delves into the teants supernumerary blaze, and no harm ensued. I mounted the
and cultures of Islam. steps behind the tree to see the effect of opening the doors.
It was delightful. The children poured in, but in a moment
every voice was hushed. Their faces were upturned to the
blaze, all eyes wide open, all lips parted, all steps arrested.”
Harriet’s description caught the imaginations of those who read about the Christmas tree, and a
New England tradition was born. Charles Follen later became a Unitarian minister and an outspoken
opponent of slavery. The Follen Community Church in Lexington, Massachusetts, known to some
as “The Christmas Tree Church,” is named after its first minister, Charles Follen.
Our Spiritual Expressions classes occur each Sunday that there is Children’s Programming from Noon to 12:45 pm.
If you would like to volunteer to assist in one of these classes, please contact Shannon Boston, Children’s Religious
Education Administrator, at sboston@AllSoulsChurch.org or 743-2805, ext. 321.
Kindergarten – 3rd grade – Music with Libby Sublett
4th grade – Art with Brigid Kelley
5th grade – Drama with Toni Willis culminating in a Chapel presentation on Dec. 19
6th grade – Yoga with R.E.C.E.S.S. Instructor with Natasha Bogdanova
7th grade – Fiber Arts with Nancy Parke
8th grade – Glass Mosaics with Bill Westcott
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Children’s Religious Education
Children’s Religious Education Parent
The aim of Religious Education at All Souls is to foster the lifelong exploration of
The aim of Religious Education at All Souls is to foster the lifelong exploration of Resource
religious thought and values through a program that promotes spiritual develop-
religious thought and values through a program that promotes spiritual develop-
ment by means of free inquiry, mutual respect and responsible behavior.
ment by means of free inquiry, mutual respect and responsible behavior. All Souls Network
Children’s Religious Education (CRE) is a cooperative church school program
All Souls offers families of all
that supports families by nurturing hearts, minds and souls. A carefully school
All Souls Children’s Religious Education (CRE) is a cooperative churchplanned All Souls offers families — of all
kinds a loving place in which we
curriculum encompasses exposure nurturing hearts, Christian souls. A carefully
program that supports families by to our Jewish and minds andheritage, World kinds — a loving place in which we
Religions, Unitarianism and Universalism, to the world and Christian heritage,
planned curriculum encompasses exposureandour Jewish and our place in it. There can shape our beliefs, celebrate our
can shape our beliefs, celebrate our
is no fee associated with our Children’s Program, and the world and our place in
World Religions, Unitarianism and Universalism,but we do expect our parents to discoveries, and live out our values.
discoveries, and live out our values.
pledge to the fee associated with our Children’s Program, but we do expect our
it. There is nochurch’s operating fund and to participate in the program in some Our paths may be diverse, yet we
way during the year.
parents to pledge to the church’s operating fund and to participate in the program Our paths may be diverse, yet we
share the journey.
in some way during the year. share the journey.
Each sunday our children have the opportunity to
paricipate in four components of Religious Education: All Souls Parent Resource network
All Souls Parent Resource Network
E ac h s u n day o u r c h i l d r e n h av e t h e
is committed to providing programs
• p p o r u Core t o p a r | Channing’s i n t h (pre-school) and Kin-
o10-11:15tamn i t yCurriculum t i c i p a t e Children r e e is committed to providing programs
dergarten classes learn obout our church and the overarching concept that God and resources to inspire this journey,
com p on en t s of Rel i gi ous Educ ati on : and resources to inspire this journey,
is love. In grades one-six, Guides work with the children throughout the year on as individuals and as families.
as individuals and as families.
character- and community-building, and guest facilitators lead workshops which
• 10-11am Core Curriculum | In grades one-six, we use a multidimensional
explain, personify, and creatively and artistically articulate the monthly, church-
approach to religious education. Guides work with the children throughout the Parents are the primary religious
Parents are the primary religious
wide theme in a way that is accessible to children and allows them lead workshops
year on character- and community-building, and guest facilitators to explore and educators for every child. drawing
educator for every child. Drawing on
stretch their spiritual and intellectual bounds. The workshops are the monthly,
which explain, personify, and creatively and artistically articulate based in Bible the Children’s Religious Education
on the Children’s Religious Educa-
literacy and theme in a way that is accessible to check the bulletin boards in the
church-wideengage multiple intelligences. Please children and allows them to ex-
plore and stretch their room assignments and to bounds. nameworkshops are based
hallway each week for spiritual and intellectual pick up The tag buttons. Our Curriculum and and our Theme
tion Curriculum our Theme based
seventh literacy and engage multiple intelligences (bodily/kinesthetic, musical,
in Bible grade concentrates on Eastern World Religions and eighth grade concen- ministry, the Parent Resource
based ministry, the Parent Resource
trates on the Abrahamic faiths.
interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalist, spiritual, verbal/linguistic, logical/math- network publishes a parent’s guide
Network publishes a parent’s guide
ematical, and visual/spatial). The activities in which the children are engaged to share each month’s theme, stories
to share each month’s theme, stories
• 11:15-11:35am Worship | Our Children, pre-kindergarten through eighth
dictate their room assignments. Please check the bulletin boards in the hallway and values.
grade, have their own worship service every Sunday that they do not worship with and values at home as a family.
each week for room assignments and to pick up name tag buttons.
the adults in the Sanctuary. This is a special time when our ministers and carefully
selected lay leaders provide an age-appropriate worship experience that eighth
• 11-11:20am Worship | Our Children, pre-kindergarten throughmirrors the Parents assure the health and well
worship service that the adults service every Sunday that they do with Children’s
grade, have their own worship experience in the Sanctuary. Alongnot worship with being of every child. Throughout the
Chapel, seventh Sanctuary. This is add to their worship repertoire by and carefully
the adults in the and eighth graders a special time when our ministers visiting other network
year, the Parent Resource Network
houses of worship provide an their own worship.
selected lay leadersand creatingage-appropriate worship experience that mir- working with Adult Religious Edu-
• 11:35am-12:00 Community Building | All of the the Sanctuary. opportunity
rors the worship service that the adults experience in classes have the Along with Education, childcare experts, church
cation, childcare experts, church
Children’s Chapel, seventh and eighth graders add to their worship repertoire by
to play and socialize in mixed-age groups and enjoy a healthy snack. groups, and community leaders will
groups,and community leaders will
visiting other houses of worship and creating their own “circle worship” rituals.
present events intended to address a
• 12:00-12:45pm Spiritual Expressions | Using visual arts, drama, yoga and
• 11:20am-12:45pm Spiritual Expressions | Using visual arts, drama, yoga
music, the children explore the monthly themes with professional artists, further wide variety of parenting topics and
deepening the understanding the monthly and values. professional artists, fur-
and music, theirchildren exploreof our themesthemes with(Pre-kindergarten classes uu
celebrate UU values.
repeat the first their activities.)
ther deepeninghour’s understanding of our themes and values. (Pre-kindergarten
classes repeat the first hour’s activities.) Our church school session extends from The parents’ guide will also
The parents’ guide will also
Our church school session extends from Homecoming a variety of educational
Homecoming Sunday in September through May with Sunday in September communicate classes, events and
opportunities with a varietyDuring the summer months, for children.aDuring the communicate classes, events and
through May for children. of educational opportunities CRE offers preschool
class andmonths, CREprogramming (kindergartenathrough 5thprogramming activities especially designed for
activities especially designed for
summer a mixed-age offers a preschool class and mixed-age grade and 6th
(kindergarten – 5th during the church services.
through 9th grades) grade and 6th – 9th grades) during the church services. families, parents or children.
D ecem b er C a l en da r
December 2 December 6
• 10:00 am MUMs playgroup for parents and children not yet • 5:30 – 7:30 pm Annual Intergenerational Tree Trimming
in school Party
December 3 December 8
• 7:00 pm Soulsful Sundown, childcare is available • 7:00 pm MUMs Parent Irresponsibility Night
December 5 December 9
• Normal Sunday Church School Programming • 10:00 Day Alliance
• 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Arts and Crafts Fair in Emerson Hall December 12
• 1:00 pm Hanging of the Greens • Normal Sunday Church School Programming
• 12:45 pm 7th and 8th grade Youth Group
• 3:00 and 6:00 pm All Souls All Choir Holiday Concerts
• 6:30 pm Holiday Memorial Chapel
• 10:00 am MUMs playgroup for parents and children not yet
• 6:30 pm Parents’ Night Out – reserve childcare at
• 7:00 pm Praise and Worship
• Normal Sunday Church School Programming
• 4:30, 6:00 and 7:30 pm Candlelight Services
• 10:00 and 11:30 am Family Services; No Church School
(childcare available for pre-K and younger)
• 10:00 and 11:30 am Family Services; No Church School
(childcare available for pre-K and younger
For Questions, Recommendations or More Information Contact:
Gabrielle Ricketts Randy Wymore
Parent Resource network Children’s Religious Education
Children’s Religious Education Board Chair
Parent Liaison Randy.email@example.com
(918) 743-6248 (918) 408-7335
Shannon Boston Kathy Keith
Children’s Religious Education Executive director, All Souls
Administrator, All Souls kkeith@AllSoulsChurch.org
sboston@AllSoulsChurch.org (918) 743-2805 ext. 316
(918) 743-2805 ext. 321 allsoulschurch.org