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  • Paul Czajak, Rashin Kheriyeh
    Celebrates the activist power of the written word and story-making while proclaiming the ability of just one child to make a difference in...

Beacon Press

Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Karen G. Johnston
    I call the tall bush on my back patio “Burning Bush” because in autumn its leaves are a fiery red. All winter long I overlooked three uninhabited nests inside of it. For months and months I could have perceived—but didn’t—what was in plain sight. ...
  • By Karen G. Johnston
    Surrender is the last thing, often the only thing, available. And so we give ourselves to it. We fear it is our end. Sometimes—with grace or luck—we find it is our liberation.
  • By Misha Sanders
    It is my only memory of a lesson from Kindergarten Sunday School class. Maybe it’s the only one that counts.
  • By Jake Morrill
    For twelve years, Daisy has been the best dog any person could love. But last week, when she disappeared into the woods? That wasn’t what I...

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Chalice Children, in Preschool

Circle of Trees

Creating Home, Kindergarten-1st Grade

Faithful Journeys, Grades 2-3

Families, Jr. High School

Heeding the Call, Jr. High Ages 12-15

Love Surrounds Us, Grades K-1

Miracles, Wide Age Span

Spirit in Practice

The New UU

  • By Forrest Church
    Excerpted from Cathedral of the World. Copyright 2009 by Forrest Church. Reprinted by permission of Beacon Press, Boston. Imagine awaking...

Toolbox of Faith, Grades 4-5

  • Materials for Activity Large grocery bags, one for each small group of four or five children For each grocery bag: a kitchen implement,...

Wonderful Welcome

World of Wonder, Grades K-1

UU World

  • By Everett Hoagland
    imagine your / body out- / living your / mind.
    Image credit: background image of leaves frozen in ice, with a poem title of "imagine".
  • By Kim Hampton
    Stories do three things.
    Image credit: Above: Kim Hampton tells a story during Friday morning worship. Below: UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray tells a story adapted from Paulo Coelho during Sunday morning public worship.
  • By Kimberly French
    Surviving alcoholism and seminary, a novelist finds depth and comedy in Unitarian Universalism.
    Image credit: © Jerry Garns
  • By Will Shetterly
    How science fiction and fantasy shaped my spiritual journey.
    Image credit: From left: courtesy Penguin Random House; courtesy Hatchette Book Group; courtesy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By Margaret Weis
    A recipe for resilience... make often, share with others, hold onto the leftovers - you'll need them after a long day that challenges your soul.
  • By Jill Tarter
    We live on a fragile island of life, in a universe of possibilities. For many millennia, humans have been on a journey to find answers, answers to questions about naturalism and transcendence, about who we are and why we are, and of course, who else might be out there. Is it really just us? Are we...
  • By Karen G. Johnston
    Humans make maps of stars. May the stories we connect draw constellations that reflect a shared ministry calling out the best in us.
  • By Kathy Schmitz
    An interactive nativity story, or mini-pageant.
  • By John Daniel
    It would be a quieter holiday, no fireworks or loud parades, no speeches, no salutes to any flag, a day of staying home instead of crowding...
  • By David Breeden
    Our light is the light of the cosmos, keeper of all we know
  • By Samuel A Trumbore
    In this time of long nights and short days, let us seek the light within … by contemplating, through our mind’s eye, the image of a candle...
  • By Elizabeth Harding
    People have always known that fire was special. Long, long ago, before people made matches or candles or even made houses, people knew that...
  • By Lisa Doege
    "I remove my shoes because this is hallowed ground," the guide says. "A holy place, not an everyday life place." The guide tells us how we...
  • By Elena Westbrook
    When all around us voices are raised in anger, hatred spilling into the streets and sparking more hatred, sometimes the best we can do is...
  • By Brian Doyle
    Prayer of Thanks for Hoes & Scythes & Spatulas & Toothbrushes & Binoculars & the Myriad Other Tools & Instruments...
  • By David Snedden
    EARTH, clay from which we are made and to which we will return. Soil, rich and aromatic, crumbling in my fingers, dark under my nails. This...
  • By Peter Friedrichs
    Why is this blank page staring back at me, mocking, like an affliction, and fraught with dread? How can it hold such sway, this simple...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    Ah, it’s true. When our ancestors spoke of heaven, they were speaking of this moment. When they went on about nirvana they imagined a time...
  • By Kelly Weisman Asprooth-Jackson
    Dear great lathe of heaven, O foundry of souls, You churning, burning cosmos which has wrought me on the infinite loom of your celestial...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Night has its own kind of beauty, different than the beauty of day. Night is a time of sleep and dreams and inward visions, A time of pause...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    Barukh atah, Emeth! Blest are you, o Truth. Like the fabled Moses, I too can never claim to have seen you “face to face.” Too often, I’ve...