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What does a multigenerational congregation look like? Read thoughts from Judith A. Frediani, UUA Curriculum Director, or an essay by the Rev. Linda Olson Peebles.
Use these resources to plan multigenerational events and worship, build relationships across generations, and create a UU faith community that honors the gifts and milestones of all ages. If you do not find here what you seek, please reach out to the UUA Ministries and Faith Development staff group.
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Last updated on Monday, May 14, 2012.
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The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is committed to nurturing multigenerational Unitarian Universalist (UU) faith communities; above, the Task Force on Ministry To and With Youth gathered in 2006.
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