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  • Jacqueline Woodson, Rafael Lopez
    A poignant, yet heartening book about finding courage to connect, even when you feel scared and alone.

Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

  • By Ted Resnikoff
    October 12, 2015: Columbus Day INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY Sign this petition today it'll make a difference next year, and every year thereafter...

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

A Chorus of Faiths, High School Youth

Chalice Children, in Preschool

Families, Jr. High School

Love Connects Us, Grades 4-5

Love Surrounds Us, Grades K-1

  • By Christy Olson, Lynn Kerr
    The Love Surrounds Us program explores all the Unitarian Universalist Principles in the context of the Beloved Community of family/home, school, and neighborhood.
  • "I don't want to go," said six-year-old Ruben, with his hands placed firmly on his hips. "Don't want to go where?" Ruben's dad, Nic, asked...

Moral Tales, Grades 2-3

Riddle and Mystery, 6th Grade

Signs of Our Faith, Grades 2-3

Virtue Ethics

Windows and Mirrors, Grades 4-5

Wonderful Welcome

UU World

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By Glen Thomas Rideout
    Last summer at General Assembly, I walked out of the sanctuary we had made from the convention center space. As tired as I was, I returned more and more to my deeply introverted default of self, and I passed a woman who had to stop to talk with me. ...
  • By Laura Bogle
    To prepare, you'll need a few inflated balloons -- and to gird yourself for the improvisation required! Let’s play a game! Everyone knows...
  • By David Richo
    What makes us human beings so uniquely wonderful in this puzzling universe is that we never give up on love. Against all odds, with no...
  • By Max Warren
    Our first task in approaching another people, another culture, another religion, is to take off our shoes, for the place we are approaching is holy.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Respect our interdependent web of existence: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 7th Principle...
  • By Nathan C. Walker
    The question is not, “What happens when we die?” Nobody really knows. The real question is, “What happens when we stop living?” The...
  • By Paul R Beedle
    The first step is to notice the mountain. It is there. And it belongs to a range of mountains. There’s no going around it. The next step is to reach the kind of acceptance that has us praying in our hearts: "Lord, I don’t ask you to move the mountain, just give me the strength to climb." The...
  • By Rebecca A Edmiston-Lange
    Some people say that Jesus is the light of the world. We all can be the light of the world if we seek to act in ways that enlarge the...
  • By Erik Walker Wikstrom
    Once upon a time there was a girl named Wendy. She loved grass. What can I say? She loved grass—she loved the feel of it between her toes;...
  • By Peter Friedrichs
    Pity the poor dandelion. It is, in many ways, nature’s perfect plant. With a tap root that grows more than a foot long, it can survive in...
  • By Carol Hepokoski
    Today we are recognizing those in the congregation who have recently retired or are about to retire. The transition from an active work...
  • By Betty Jo Middleton
    As we gather here together May we be attentive one to another. May we listen carefully, may we freely speak. May we be respectful of one...
  • By Laurie Thomas
    A sermon about ability/disability, preached in five UU congregations between 2002 and 2004.
  • By Margaret Fuller
    "Let it not be said, wherever there is energy or creative genius, ʹShe has a masculine mind.ʹ This by no means argues a willing want of...
  • By David Breeden
    I grew up on my family farm in the southern part of Illinois. There was nothing about it that was a golden age. And I’m NOT nostalgic about the good old days. ...