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Richard S. Kimball

Richard (Rick) S. Kimball has been writing and editing in the fields of faith-based and secular curriculum development since 1973. His Unitarian Universalist credits include Our Whole Lives: Sexuality Education for Adults (Unitarian Universalist Association) and The New You The Creator (Green Timber Publications, operated by Rick and his wife, Tirrell Kimball), the Sheltering Spirit series (co-written with Tirrell for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock and Green Timber), and words to the hymn "Winds Be Still" in Singing the Living Tradition (UUA hymnal). Rick's contributions to the Tapestry of Faith lifespan curricula include Amazing Grace, Riddle and Mystery, and Gather the Spirit, an intergenerational program co-authored with Christine Rafal.

From Richard S. Kimball

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Sexuality and Our Faith, Older Adult
A Companion to Our Whole Lives for Older Adults

Richard S. Kimball

This religious supplement to Our Whole Lives for Older Adults provides the spiritual tools to undertake a sexuality education program rich with reflection, conversation, meaning making, and personal growth.

Amazing Grace | Tapestry of Faith

Amazing Grace

Richard S. Kimball

From Amazing Grace
The Amazing Grace program helps sixth graders understand right and wrong and act on their new understanding.

Gather the Spirit | Tapestry of Faith

Gather the Spirit

Christine T. Rafal, Richard S. Kimball

From Gather the Spirit
An eight-session, multigenerational program that teaches stewardship with a focus on water through the lens of Unitarian Universalism. 

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

Our Whole Lives, Adults

Richard S. Kimball

From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

Riddle and Mystery | Tapestry of Faith

Riddle and Mystery

Richard S. Kimball

From Riddle and Mystery
Each session introduces and processes a Big Question, in the context of Unitarian Universalism's free and responsible search for truth and meaning.

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