In "Signs of Our Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program
Unitarian Universalist worship varies from community to community. Visit the UUA's website to read about common practices and worship theory. Read "Some Helpful Thoughts" by religious educator Barbara Marshman.
The UUA website also has information on planning and leading multigenerational worship. The UUA WorshipWeb is a vast resource, searchable by keyword, with many readings and ideas for worship.
Small Power: A Drive Time Essay on Worship with Children by Connie Goodbread advocates for children's presence in worship and offers practical suggestions.
The UUA Bookstore's resources for children's worship include Come Sing a Song with Me: A Songbook for All Ages by the UU Musicians Network, as well as and posters and other items with the children's Principles.
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