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Words to Live By

“To me, being a Unitarian Universalist is a challenge – a challenge to identify and define your own beliefs, a challenge to create community, a challenge to make the world a more just place.” Kayla Parker, Unitarian Universalist Young Adul

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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)?

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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 mi

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By Kathy E. Smith, Director of Family Ministry

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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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