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Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

The New UU

  • By Jonalu Johnstone
    The New UU program provides important tools to help Unitarian Universalist congregations welcome, orient, and integrate newcomers into their faith communities.

Toolbox of Faith, Grades 4-5

  • By Katie Covey
    What tools does Unitarian Universalism offer for the challenges of life? In this program, children discover what aspects of UU faith are helpful to them, developing a toolbox of faith.

Virtue Ethics

  • By Jessica York
    This program's premise—in the words of the Buddha, recited in every workshop Opening—is that "our thoughts and actions become habits and our habits shape our character." We have some control over our character. We can shape the person we want to be by making intentional, thoughtful decisions.

What Moves Us

  • By Thandeka
    Through shared direct experiences and reflection exercises, readings and lessons, and ethical deliberations, What Moves Us creates an adult faith journey for Unitarian Universalists who want to preach and teach what they already experience but have not been able to articulate: the spiritual power of our faith.

What We Choose: Ethics for Unitarian Universalists

  • By Amber Beland, Manish Mishra-Marzetti
    In this Unitarian Universalist program, participants explore new perspectives, identify areas for further questions and exploration, and perhaps more fully embrace ethical positions they reach through careful discernment.

Windows and Mirrors, Grades 4-5

  • By Gabrielle Farrell, Jenice View, Natalie Fenimore
    The Windows and Mirrors program nurtures children's ability to identify their own experiences and perspectives and to seek out, care about, and respect those of others. It unpacks topics that lend themselves to diverse experiences and perspectives—for example, faith heritage, public service, anti-racism and prayer.

Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures

  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail, Tom Schade
    The Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures program offers multigenerational workshops based on eight stories from the Hebrew scriptures.

Wonderful Welcome

  • By Aisha Hauser, Susan Lawrence
    The Wonderful Welcome curriculum engages and challenges leaders and children alike to explore how and why we are willing to welcome others into our lives. We welcome not only strangers, but family, our peers, our neighbors and even entities that are not people such as our animal friends and nature itself.

World of Wonder, Grades K-1

  • By Alice Anacheka-Nasemann, Julie Simon, Pat Kahn
    The World of Wonder program for children delves deep into our Unitarian Universalist seventh Principle. It instills respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part and appreciation of its beauty, excitement, and mystery.

United Nations Office: Your voice at the United Nations, the Unitarian Universalist Association's United Nations Office (UU-UNO) is engaged in international advocacy work at the UN based on Unitarian Universalist values.

  • By UUA International Resources: UU United Nations Office
    The UU United Nations Office is proud to share our Religious Education packet to help teach children about the United Nations and international engagement. The curriculum is created for approximately 4th grade but can be adapted for any age group.

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