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Weaving the Fabric of Our Faith

Weaving the Fabric of Our Faith

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  1. Weaving the Fabric of Our Faith Tapestry of Faith

  2. A new era of curricula for all ages that nurtures…

  3. Tapestry of Faith nurtures . . . UU Identity

  4. Tapestry of Faith nurtures . . . Spiritual Growth

  5. Tapestry of Faith nurtures . . . A Transforming Faith

  6. Tapestry of Faith nurtures . . . Vital Communities of Justice & Love

  7. What’s New about Tapestry? Tapestry curricula are all available free online!

  8. What’s New about Tapestry? Emphasizes Community, Interdependence, and Relationship

  9. What’s New about Tapestry? Consistently uses anti-racist anti-oppressive multi-cultural lenses

  10. What’s New about Tapestry? Draws from all six UU Sources

  11. What’s New about Tapestry? Family Friendly

  12. What’s New about Tapestry? Intentional about faith development

  13. What’s New about Tapestry? Intentional about UU growth

  14. What’s New about Tapestry? Adaptable for diverse methodologies

  15. What UUs want from Tapestry UU Identity Spiritual Life Own Faith A Religious Home Life Skills Lived Values World Religions

  16. Tapestry of Faith is focused on outcomes including . . .

  17. UU Identity

  18. Spiritual Growth

  19. Ethical Development

  20. Faith Development

  21. Universalist Heritage: love, faith, hope UU IdentitySharing in the Living Tradition

  22. Unitarian Heritage: freedom, reason, tolerance UU IdentitySharing in the Living Tradition

  23. UU History UU IdentitySharing in the Living Tradition

  24. Principles and Sources UU IdentitySharing in the Living Tradition

  25. Grounded in religious community UU IdentitySharing in the Living Tradition

  26. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Living our values and Principles

  27. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Moral agency: making the world a better place

  28. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Right relationship

  29. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Good citizens of wider communities

  30. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Good stewards of religious community

  31. Ethical Development:Becoming Our Best Selves Good stewards of the earth

  32. Feelings of wonder, awe, mystery, holy Spiritual Development: The Longing of the Soul

  33. Connection to God, ultimate, transcendence Spiritual Development: The Longing of the Soul

  34. Sense of being part of something larger Spiritual Development: The Longing of the Soul

  35. Spiritual mindfulness, spiritual practices Spiritual Development: The Longing of the Soul

  36. Worship, rituals, sacred texts Spiritual Development: The Longing of the Soul

  37. Making meaning and finding purpose Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  38. Acting on values, reflecting on action Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  39. Addressing the Big Religious Questions Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  40. Exploring, articulating one’s theology, philosophy, beliefs Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  41. Knowing what I set my heart to Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  42. Finding a sustaining faith in UUism Faith Development: Growing in Faith Together

  43. Our Stories: From our Sources, affirming our Principles Sources + Strands Principles

  44. Belonging Story Meaning Reflection Action Praxis

  45. We envision children, youth, and adults who: know that they are lovable beings in the service of life

  46. We envision children, youth, and adults who: acceptthat they are responsible for a community of faith

  47. We envision children, youth, and adults who: affirmthat they are part of a Unitarian Universalist religious heritage

  48. We envision children, youth, and adults who: realize that they are moral agents, acting in the service of diversity, justice and compassion

  49. We envision children, youth, and adults who: affirmthe importance of family, community, connection

  50. We envision children, youth, and adults who: valuespiritual practice and living faith