Circle of Trees By Julie Simon, Pat Kahn, and Katie Tweedie Covey; Developmental Editor: Judith A. Frediani
Circle of Trees is a multigenerational program of eight workshops that nurture deep connection with trees, nature, and all of earth’s living creatures. The program uses trees as an entry point to understand and connect with life on earth. Across many cultures, trees are recognized as a symbol for life on earth—for example, the biblical Tree of Life.
Gather the Spirit By Richard S. Kimball and Christine T. Rafal, Ed.D.
This program is an eight-session, multigenerational program that teaches stewardship with a focus on water. Stewardship can take many forms: donating money to our congregations and to causes we care about; volunteering to teach, to lead or to physically maintain our congregations; helping to meet the needs of others and protecting our shared resources in our local and global communities.
Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures By Rev. Thomas R. Schade and Gail Forsyth-Vail
This program offers multigenerational workshops based on eight stories from the Hebrew scriptures. Some of these stories are well-known and others less so. Some have been told to children in Sunday school classes and Hebrew school for generations; others will be unknown even to some adults. Some of those narratives fit well with contemporary Unitarian Universalist values and others are more challenging in both the theology and the values expressed. All of these stories offer wisdom that can help people of all ages growth in spiritual depth and understanding.
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Last updated on Tuesday, December 17, 2013.
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