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Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Sing to the Power

  • Materials for Activity Story, " Water Justice Tour " Preparation for Activity Read the story and prepare to share it with the group. Read...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice or LED/battery-operated candle Opening Words for Basket (Session 1, Leader Resource 1), and basket Cloth for...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers, and tape Stickers or adhesive dots Preparation for Activity Research groups in your area that do...

Chalice Children

Signs of Our Faith

  • Based on a Santerian story. Special thanks to Lesley Murdoch for her insights to Afro-Caribbean religions. The Orisha are gods that came...

What Moves Us

Building the World We Dream About for Young Adults

What We Choose

A Chorus of Faiths

Heeding the Call

A Place of Wholeness

Families

Love Surrounds Us

  • By Janeen K Grohsmeyer
    When Ruby Bridges was six years old and in the first grade, just like many other children, she went to a new school. Ruby's school was called William Frantz Elementary School. It was in the City of New Orleans in the state of Louisiana.
  • By Mary Ann Moore
    Adapted from "Many Paths to God" in Hide and Seek with God (Skinner House Books, 1994). Used with permission. Narrator: Once upon a time,...

Love Will Guide Us

  • Session 14 has been removed from the Love Will Guide Us program while UUA staff evaluate it for revision. The session, focused on a Universalist missionary who worked in India, was in conflict with the UUA's commitment to dismantling white supremacy.

Windows and Mirrors

Faithful Journeys

Wonderful Welcome

Toolbox of Faith

UU Voices: Stories from the Movement

  • By Susan Lawrence
    In February, Americans say the names and retell the stories of African Americans whose achievements and contributions helped to shape us as a nation. When we investigate our shared past, we learn more about who we are today.

UU World

  • By Elaine McArdle
    Commission on Institutional Change is collecting testimony through end of September; 60 percent of survey respondents see antiracism work as most important to future of Unitarian Universalism.
    Image credit: The Commission on Institutional Change members at GA 2019. From left: Cir L’Bert Jr., Mary Byron, the Rev. Dr. Natalie Fenimore, the Rev. Leslie Takahashi, and Elias Ortega-Aponte
  • By Brando Skyhorse
    I want to tell the truth now, about how I passed—and how people passed me off—as an American Indian.
    Image credit: Illustration of a human face looking up. color blocks above.
  • By Darrick Jackson
    Unitarian Universalism is my theological home, but it doesn’t speak to my black identity.
    Image credit: © 2016 Nancy Pierce
  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    Embracing theists is essential to the cultural and spiritual health of Unitarian Universalism.
    Image credit: © istock/Juanmonino
  • By Elaine McArdle
    UUA’s annual convention will embrace city’s culture and learn from its challenges. 
    Image credit: © JoeBrandt/iStock

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