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  • By Susan Dana Lawrence
    Based on a true story that happened at the 1976 Special Olympics in Seattle, WA ...
  • Unitarian Universalists support the dignity and rights of people all across the spectrum of gender.

Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Connie Simon
    What if we encouraged and celebrated each other for who we are? What if, instead of criticizing, we challenged with love, affirming the good we see in one another?
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    Spirit of Compassion, remind us that our task as humans is not perfection, but faithfulness.

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Chalice Children, in Preschool

Creating Home, Kindergarten-1st Grade

Families, Jr. High School

Love Surrounds Us, Grades K-1

Miracles, Wide Age Span

  • This Korean folk tale, translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl, is similar to the European folk tale “The Frog Prince.” Used with the translator’s...

Moral Tales, Grades 2-3

Signs of Our Faith, Grades 2-3

Sing to the Power, Grades 4-5

Windows and Mirrors, Grades 4-5

Wonderful Welcome

  • 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 Gail Forsyth-Vail
    The story, "The Bremen Town Musicians," was told by the brothers Grimm in Germany, in the early 1800s. This session comes from Gail Forsyth-Vail's book, Stories In Faith: Exploring Our Unitarian Universalist Principles and Sources Through Wisdom Tales (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association,...
  • An Indian tale of speaking kindly, from Teaching Tolerance, Rhinos & Raspberries kit. Permission pending. Read or tell the story. Once...

World of Wonder, Grades K-1

UU World

  • By Cami Applequist
    I always heard the negative messages about my body; finally I listened to the positive ones.
    Image credit: © Miguel Davilla/theispot

WorshipWeb: Searchable Worship Collection

  • By Joan Javier-Duval
    In this space of welcome and acceptance you are beloved.
  • By Megan Dowdell
    I had dreams about anywhere-else-but-here But our faith kept me close. I believed I had done something to deserve it. Our faith shouted, “...
  • By Kari Kopnick
    It’s not that I didn’t want to finish school. I just came from a working-class family where college visits and choosing the right school were a foreign world.
  • By Misha Sanders
    In a sacred place of honor in the temple that is my home stands a gleaming, powerful image of The Venus of Willendorf, proud and naked, her...
  • By James Morison
    Within each of our hearts there is a most glorious light. Go forth, and let its spark help you understand what troubles both you and others...
  • By Amy Carol Webb
    How often we seek refuge in this sacred flame ...
  • By Robert R Walsh
    I heard the Second Brandenburg Concerto played in honor of Bach’s 300th birthday, and I was swept away. I remembered a story about the...
  • By Megan Dowdell
    We enter this meeting house for kindness and comfort. May rough-worn hands and aching backs be healed. We enter this meeting house of hope...
  • By Christian Schmidt, Alexis Capen
    We light this chalice for our children and youth, and for us: celebrating the flame of faith lit in each of us, honoring the light each of us bring into the world, rejoicing in the community we create together.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    We who are Unitarian Universalist not only affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person; we also affirm the inherent wholeness of...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This image was created by Ellen Rockett, a Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adult, to accompany the seven separate images/smartphone...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Remember your inherent worth and dignity. The Seven Principles by Ellen Rocket
  • 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 Michael E. Sallwasser
    We, the member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: The inherent worth and dignity of...
  • By Andrew M Hill
    Out of a troubled world of expediency and selfish strife, we come to this place set apart for the renewal of vision. Great Unity beyond all...
  • By Tess Baumberger
    Oh Divine Spirit, healer of my hurts, consoler of my sorrows, vibrant light of happiness, birther of all life and gentle way of death, hear...
  • By Elizabeth Tarbox
    Each day I am newly reminded of my unworthiness—a dozen thoughts misspoken; another day when the good I do falls short of the good that I...
  • By Charles F Flagg
    In honor of those we have known and loved in the past, ...
  • By Eric A Heller-Wagner
    Blessed is the fire that burns deep in the soul. It is the flame of the human spirit touched into being by the mystery of life. It is the fire of reason; the fire of compassion; the fire of community; the fire of justice; the fire of faith. It is the fire of love burning deep in the human heart; the...
  • By Steve Stock
    We light this chalice to celebrate the inherent worth and dignity of every person; ...
  • 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 UUA Leadership Council
    With humility and courage born of our history, we are called as Unitarian Universalists to build the Beloved Community where all souls are welcome as blessings, and the human family lives whole and reconciled. With this vision in our hearts and minds, we light our chalice. ...
  • By Susan Maginn
    Many of us have stories about God. A college student once told me how he asked questions about God in his childhood church and the leaders...
  • By Beth Lefever
    We are whole, even as we are in process, even as we stumble, even as we pick ourselves up again, for we are whole. We are whole.
  • By Anonymous
    Leader: We believe and trust that all people are equal in humanity: ...
  • By Cathy Bowers
    According to economist Juliet Schor, author of The Overworked American , having the chance to spend time not doing anything in particular...

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