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How can we honor Our Whole Lives 'graduates'?

Our Whole Lives is a significant program in people’s lives. A congregation may wish to recognize Our Whole Lives graduates and facilitators in a way visible to the rest of the congregation. Many congregations give a small gift to “graduating” participants. Ideas have included:

  • A copy of Changing Bodies, Changing Lives by Ruth Bell. This book is available at a discount from the publisher for religious organizations. Some congregations give this to participants at the beginning of the program, and use it as an informal textbook. One congregation created stick-on labels which they placed inside copies of Changing Bodies, Changing Lives. The labels listed local hotlines, organizations, and website resources on sexuality issues.
     
  • Our Whole Lives bookmarks, which related Unitarian Universalist Principles to sexuality education (a congregation printed these themselves, based on Sexuality and Our Faith materials).
     
  • A nicely bound copy of all the Our Whole Lives program handouts for each participant. (The ones given out throughout the year tend to get lost.)
     
  • An Our Whole Lives “scrapbook” with pictures of participants and memories.
     
  • Our Whole Lives pins, found at UniUniques under Jewelry: Lapel Pins.
     
  • Our Whole Lives certificates, customized by the congregation.

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Last updated on Monday, November 7, 2011.

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