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Questions for Self-Reflection: What are the ways UCBR currently involves adults and the adult community in caring for and helping form the faith of children and teens (e.g., education programs, social-recreational programs)?  How can we build on this to create stronger ministries

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By Kathy E. Smith, Director of Family Ministry

Questions for Self-Reflection:

What role did church play in the life of your family growing up?
If you grew up unchurched, what role did you witness church playing in the lives of families around you?

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Family ministry aims to support families of all configurations by modeling how to bring our faith home.  ~Kim Sweeney, UU Religious Educator

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Words to Live By:

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    For my first Mother’s Day Sunday as a Director of Religious Education, I was asked to choose and tell the Story for All Ages.  As I sorted through the many books written for children around Mother’s Day, I realized that these books – lovely though they

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“[We] want to ensure that we offer a religious home so relevant, meaningful, and sustaining that our children will choose to remain Unitarian Universalists throughout their lives.” ~Judith Frediani, former director, Lifespan Faith Development for the UU

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Words to Live By

“Justice is what love looks like in public.”

Dr. Cornel West

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Hello, friends. I am heartbroken at the thought that twice in less than a year, I am sending an email on how to help children talk about events such as the news coming out of Sandy Hook Elementary School this morning.  Sometimes it is impossibly hard to be the adult ...

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Words to Live By

“…the free and responsible search for truth and meaning…”

Unitarian Universalist Association Covenant of Congregations,

Fourth Principle

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