2018-2019 is a Unitarian Universalist Identity year in Religious Education! We are using the following UUA Tapestry of Faith curricula:
Prek-5th Grade Group = “Signs of Our Faith: Being UU Every Day”
“Signs of Our Faith” guides children to do their best to live faithful lives every day. It presents traits or values that most Unitarian Universalists love, including the quest for knowledge, reverence for life, supporting one another on our faith journeys, and public witness.”
Middle School Group = “Riddle and Mystery: A Program on the Big Questions”
This program introduces 16 of life’s ‘big questions’ for youth to unpack with a wide range of inquiry, activity and exploration. Topics covered include ‘Where are we going?’, ‘Does God exist?’, ‘How can I know what to believe?’, and ‘What does Unitarian Universalism mean to me?’”
Of course we incorporate multigenerational worship, social action opportunities, and whole congregation social events!
We are always looking for volunteers to help us open our minds, expand our loving hearts, and extend our helping hands in Religious Education and beyond! Contact Director of Religious Education, Darlene Anderson-Alexander, today (darlene.dre.stamford