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Get on the Wi$dom Path

By Ted Resnikoff

The Resource Development Office of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), with the generous sponsorship and initiative of the UUA President’s Council, seeks field testers for a new Tapestry of Faith curriculum.

The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life                   

This is a groundbreaking program for Unitarian Universalist (UU) adults to gain a deep understanding of their past, current, and potential attitudes and actions relating to money within the context of their UU values. The program, authored by the Rev. David H. Messner and Patricia Hall Infante, comprises twelve 90-minute workshops, helps participants understand  how decisions and attitudes about money can be a more effective force for living lives of meaning and value, and for creating positive change in themselves, their congregations and groups, our society and the world.

We seek congregations, district and cluster groups, professional study groups, and summer religious education conferences and programs diverse in size, location, and culture to test this curriculum.  Field tests can begin any time after late October 2013, and must be completed by December 15, 2014.

Learn more about this opportunity and the Tapestry of Faith curriculum from the Unitarian Universalist Association here.

Please contact the UUA Office of Lifespan Faith Engagement (religiouseducation@uua.org) with questions about the program.

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