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You can read and use Tapestry of Faith programs by browsing the Tapestry of Faith web site, reading the parts of programs that look interesting, and printing pages that would be useful to you. But what if you want want to use a program at your congregation? You can download, save, and print Tapestry of Faith materials—either entire programs or individual sessions or workshops. Here's how.
Once you've downloaded the DOC file, you can open, edit, and print it.
The downloaded file doesn't have page numbers and the page margins are the defaults from your word processor, which are usually very wide.
Before you print handouts, consider making the type size larger for those with vision challenges. Use at least 12 point type, preferably 14 point.
Tapestry of Faith programs are copyrighted material owned by the Unitarian Universalist Association, with pictures and other materials used by permission as indicated in each program. The UUA grants permission for UU congregations to use complete programs or individual sessions or workshops as needed in your religious education programs. You may download, modify, use, and share the materials here as you see fit for any non-commercial purpose as long as you keep the UUA copyright notice intact.
For more information contact religiouseducation @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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