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Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Resistance and Transformation

  • Preparation for Activity Speak with your minister or a long-time lay leader about your congregation's involvement in the struggle for LGBT...
  • Materials for Activity Worship or centering table Chalice, candle, and lighter or LED battery-operated candle Timepiece (minutes) Chime or...

Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures

  • This story is abridged from one published by Hans Christian Anderson in 1844 and translated by H.P. Paull in 1872. (Hans Christian Anderson...

Love Will Guide Us

  • (Leader: Invite the group to join you in singing the chorus of "Follow the Drinking Gourd." Teach the words and tune, if needed. Tell them that any time during the story they hear you start to sing, they should join in.) ...

Love Connects Us

Riddle and Mystery

  • By Greta Anderson
    You have probably seen pictures of the man from India known as "Gandhi:" a skinny, bald-headed man with wire-rimmed glasses, a white cloth...

Moral Tales

Wonderful Welcome

  • An Indian tale of speaking kindly, from Teaching Tolerance, Rhinos & Raspberries kit. Permission pending. Read or tell the story. Once...

UU World

  • By Heather Beasley Doyle
    A New Hampshire congregation attempts to repair past wrongs by the church against a devoted biracial Universalist minister, his sister, and their family.
    Image credit: The plaque that will be installed in the newly named Campbell Chapel at the UU Church of Nashua, New Hampshire.
  • By Susan Frederick-Gray
    The president of the Unitarian Universalist Association reflects on the spiritual challenges of confronting the resurgence of American white nationalism.
    Image credit: A member of a white supremacist militia stands in front of religious leaders, including UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, who gathered to protest a rally of neo-Nazis and other white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12, 2017.
  • By Sofia Betancourt
    We seek to reform Unitarian Universalism because we can never be the bearers of love and justice if the foundation that sustains us is still perpetuating the very problems we long to solve.
    Image credit: LeLaina Romero, Amanda Thomas, and the Rev. Sofía Betancourt sing “For You I Sing,” by Margaret Nes, during the Service of the Living Tradition.

UUA International: International Programs of the UUA

  • By Chris Rothbauer
    In preparation for Justice GA in Phoenix, Ariz., (June 20-24, 2012) the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) have jointly organized three Service Learning trips to the U.S.-Mexico border with our partner organization,...

Worship Lab: Posts on Crafting Worship

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