Michelle Richards is a credentialed religious educator and author of the Skinner House books Come Into the Circle: Worshiping with Children and the forthcoming Tending the Flame: The Art of Unitarian Universalist Parenting as well as the author of several independently published curricula. She served the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Elkhart (Indiana) for seven years as director of religious education before becoming a religious education and small congregation consultant for the Central Midwest District.
Lynn Ungar is a graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry and holds a D.Min. in religious education from McCormick Theological Seminary. She co-authored the Tapestry of Faith curriculum Faithful Journeys and is the author of the 1996 meditation manual Blessing the Bread. Lynn served as a parish minister for ten years and a religious education director for three before taking up her current position as minister of lifespan learning for the Church of the Larger Fellowship, the online Unitarian Universalist congregation.
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