A Masai prayer says, "Hail the day on which this child was born. Rejoice! Let all sing and praise her that gave birth to this child... Greet this day with joy. Our hearts are glad."
The opportunity to encourage discovery and lifelong learning is at the center of Unitarian Universalist religious education. Inspired religious education programs can provide the spark that encourages a congregation to grow or discover new ways in which it can serve a community. Whether that learning is experienced by a child, a teen, a young adult, adult, or the entire family, the flowering of the spirit occurs where religious education takes root.
In these stories of congregational life, find out how dynamic religious education can support the ongoing vitality of our Unitarian Universalist congregations.
"Connect, Respect, Protect"
November 8, 2010
"Our Whole Lives" Teaches Sexuality Education—In Church!
October 3, 2008 | by Rev. Amy Bowden Freedman
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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