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Curricula & Faith Development

Here are all the tools you need for a thriving faith development program in your congregation!

Tapestry of Faith and Our Whole Lives are the UUA's foundational curricula series from preschool to older adults.

Also explore resources for starting or maintaining Adult Faith Development Programs, training and support for Religious Education Volunteers, and providing lifespan faith development through Multigenerational Ministry.

What's New: Religious Education and Faith Development

By Susan Lawrence
Dismantle White Supremacy in Religious Education - Pilot Program for Congregations. The UUA Faith Development Office will offer a webinar Friday, Sept. 28 to introduce a structured process to help UU faith development professionals lead their congregations to dismantle white supremacy in...

Tapestry of Faith

Programs and resources for all ages that nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, faith, and communities.

Our Whole Lives: Lifespan Sexuality Education

Our Whole Lives (OWL) is a series of sexuality education curricula that helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about sexual health and behavior.

Religious Educators & Teachers

Volunteer with confidence! Use our webinars, toolkit books, and other training opportunities for religious education volunteers.

Adult Faith Development Programs

Explore all the ways to begin, restart, or maintain a vibrant Adult Faith Development program in your congregation.

Multigenerational Ministry

Welcome, include, and develop as leaders people of every age: children, youth, young adults, emerging adults, middle-aged, older, and elder adults. Multigenerational ministry fosters a whole, connected faith community.

Small Group Ministry

Reach deep and connect with others in spirit as you explore significant life topics, meeting regularly as a small group known as a covenant group or a chalice circle.

Theme-Based Ministry for Your Congregation

View 2018-2019 themes here . Theme-based ministry, sometimes called theme-based church, helps create multigenerational connections...

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