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Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Resistance and Transformation

  • Materials for Activity Handout 2, The Cost Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Read Handout 2 and copy for all...

Sing to the Power, Grades 4-5

Windows and Mirrors, Grades 4-5

Wonderful Welcome

  • By Sophia Lyon Fahs
    From Stories in Faith: Exploring Our UU Principles and Sources Through Wisdom Tales (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 2007)...
  • Inspired by "The Widow's Mite," a parable from Christian scripture. Read or tell the story. In a little village near Jerusalem, a long time...
  • By Janeen K Grohsmeyer
    On Steve's sixth birthday, many people gave him gifts. His mother gave him a chess set and promised to teach him how to play after dinner...

World of Wonder, Grades K-1

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    When I was in middle school, I was taught that every person, to some extent, holds a set of prejudices that impact our perceptions of...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    The offering that we take each Sunday isn't just a stale habit: it's an opportunity to recommit to this place, and to this people. Our...
  • By Jessica Lin
    I come on Sunday feeling weary, having worn out the snooze button on my alarm clock. I come on Sunday feeling frightened, having seared my...
  • By Kristin Collins
    We give to remind ourselves how many gifts we have to offer. We give to remember that we are part of something bigger than ourselves. We...
  • By John Saxon
    This religious community exists by its mission as a fire exists by burning. But a fire cannot burn without fuel. And it is the time, the...
  • By John Saxon
    A religious community is like a river formed from the many streams of our lives that meet and merge and flow to the sea. As members and...
  • By John Saxon
    The light of our chalice would soon flicker and die without the oil that nourishes its flame. And just as this flame cannot burn without...
  • By Cheryl Strayed
    Every mother has a different story, though we tend to group them together. We like to think that partnered moms have it good and single moms have it rough, but the truth is that we're a diverse bunch. Some single mothers have lots of child-free time because their kids are regularly in the custody of...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Fantasies sometimes reveal undisclosed information about ourselves: our hidden phobias, unspoken desires and unexamined motives. And group...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    Every week in our church we take up an offering. It's good to remind ourselves from time to time that the offering is symbolic as well as...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    I hope you all had the opportunity to meet someone new this morning, and I certainly hope to meet all our first-time guests this morning...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    This congregation is a theologically diverse religious community with membership open to all who are in accordance with our principles,...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    We say in our church that the offering is a sacrament of the free church. What we mean by that is that we believe it is a blessing to be...
  • By Ana Porter
    Moses was a rancher. Long before he became a famous Biblical patriarch who led his people to freedom from slavery, he was a simple rancher. And this simple rancher was tending his flock on the side of a mountain one day circa 1527 BCE, when he came upon a small forest fire—a burning bush. He was...
  • By Cecilia Kingman Miller
    I get these catalogues and magazines in the mail—I'm sure you do too. They are filled with pictures of things I must buy and bodies I will...
  • By Bonnie McClish Dlott
    Last spring, I got a message from the universe. Now I don’t get too many messages from the universe; sometimes I don’t even get my phone messages. But this message was very loud, and it came at four in the morning in the form of a tremendous thud from my closet. This particular message was one...
  • By David Breeden
    In 1935, a US government truck pulled up to my grandfather’s house, a two-room sharecropper’s shack in which sixteen people lived. They were starving to death. Not malnutrition. Starvation. The truck brought surplus food, which on that particular visit consisted of a gallon of mustard. My father...
  • By Marilyn Sewell
    The early settlers who risked life and limb to come to this land—a land strange and unknown, but full of promise—these early settlers had a dream. That dream included freedom to worship as they wished; it included the opportunity to prosper, if they were willing to work hard; it included the...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    Bob and Addie Polk had moved into the neighborhood in 1970, when the little houses were relatively new, and through the years they had been friendly with the neighbors. After her husband died, Addie kept more to herself, increasingly limited by declining health in older age. Bob Dillon and his wife...
  • By Vail Weller
    An Austrian millionaire was in the news this month for giving away all of his fortune. Why? "For a long time I believed that more wealth...
  • By Ann Schranz
    The recent economic freefall has been called unprecedented by sophisticated analysts and news reporters. It has been called a disaster by...
  • By Brian Ferguson
    For many of us this Sunday service is where we come together to examine what gives our lives worth and to make sense of the seemingly incomprehensible events around us. Our time in this sanctuary is not mundane; it is a special time where we wrestle with many of the fundamental questions about...
  • By Hilary Landau Krivchenia
    Wealth, bounty, scarcity, money, are complex—layered with meaning. We use money all the time, frequently worry over it, try to manage it—but to really think about it is pretty daunting. Money is a tool in a world based upon exchange; it can’t be avoided. At one time people exchanged goods,...