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Curricular Resources for Adults
Tapestry of Faith
Embodying a faith development focus for our congregations, Tapestry of Faith programs and resources for all ages nurture Unitarian Universalist (UU) identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love. Programs for adults, available in full online at no charge, include Harvest the Power for lay leadership development, From the High Hill for elder adults, and the UU theology program What Moves Us?
- Browse Tapestry of Faith programs for adults.
- Explore resources for adult faith development, including UU Discussion Guides to films and books.
- Disability Awareness—Do It Right! A Handbook, edited by Mary Johnson. Simulation exercises, in which participants get into wheelchairs, tie on blindfolds or stuff earplugs into their ears to "simulate" having a disability, have become popular "Awareness Day" activities. But they've also come under fire from disability activists and educators, who criticize them as demeaning and inaccurate. This how-to guide from the Ragged Edge online community offers tips, techniques and handouts to organize a fun, effective Awareness Day with activities that disability rights activists support. Helps you lead follow-up discussion and even spur social change.
More Adult Faith Development Resources
- Understanding the World’s Religions A Study Guide to Huston Smith’s The World’s Religions (Word) (PDF) by Gary Kowalski
- Owning Your Religious Past (PDF) is an updated, 25th Anniversary edition of this classic curriculum.
For more information contact adultprograms @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, September 11, 2012.
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