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Miracles, Wide Age Span

Miracles, Wide Age Span

© 2015

This eight-session program invites a prolonged encounter with awe and wonder. Stories from our Unitarian Universalist Sources and hands-on activities engage a wide age span of participants to discern miracles, experience and express awe and wonder, and discover their own agency for miracle-making. Participants make a uniquely Unitarian Universalist inquiry—a religious search which simultaneously embraces the awesome truth of a miracle’s mystery and the “how and why” of rational explanation. Participants explore different kinds of miracles, from the awesome, ordered beauty of Earth and all life on it, to their own capacity to transform themselves and others to bring forth love and justice. 


About the Authors

  • Adrianne Ross served the Unitarian Universalist Association as Project Manager during the development and launch of the Tapestry of Faith curriculum project. She continues to learn many life lessons as a race car driver and as a member of several charitable boards, while...
  • The Reverend Chris Jablonski serves South Church, the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Church in Portsmouth, NH, as one of its two settled ministers. His first ministry was as the Minister of Religious Education at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley. He is a lifelong UU...
  • Miriam Smith, Ed.D., is an independent consultant who specializes in helping early childhood programs think critically about young children's language, literacy, and creative development. Previous projects include developing classroom observation tools, online courses, and web-...
  • Susan Lawrence, Managing Editor, Lifespan Faith Engagement for the UUA and editor of the UU World Families section, has worked as a community media producer, a high school teacher, and a freelance writer and editor. Susan identifies as European Jewish and belongs to the Unitarian Universalist...

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