In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
I was humbled, I was confounded, I saw clearly, that I had been all my life expecting good fruit from corrupt trees, grapes on thorns, and figs on thistles, I suspected myself, I had lost my standing, I was unsettled, perturbed and wretched. — John Murray (founder of American Universalism) on first listening to a sermon about universal salvation
Workshop 1: Beginning Together looked in general terms at journeys and their beginnings. This workshop focuses on faith. Participants explore faith journeys in three ways: they explore the concept of faith development; hear the faith journey story of one of our Universalist ancestors; and reflect on their own faith journeys. By moving from the abstract to the specific to the personal, youth will see their own faith journeys in the context of human and Unitarian Universalist history.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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