Tapestry of Faith programs and resources for all ages are designed to nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love.
The vision for Tapestry of Faith developed out of a broad series of conversations, starting around 2000, to articulate a future direction for Unitarian Universalist religious growth and learning. In use since 2008 and continually evolving, Tapestry of Faith offers a scope and sequence of UU faith development programming for children, youth, adults, and multigenerational groups, all provided online at no charge, and many other deep resources for lifelong faith development. The vision for Tapestry of Faith supports lifespan learning outcomes across four strands: ethical development, faith development, spiritual development, and Unitarian Universalist identity.
See a video introduction to Tapestry of Faith curricula from the Reverend William G. Sinkford, former president and former interim co-president of the UUA.
Hear from congregations of various sizes using Tapestry of Faith for programming that develops moral agency in all ages, in a videotape of the UUA General Assembly 2013 workshop The Journey to Commitment: Faith Development in Action.