Exploring the world through eyes of wonder. Following the inquiry method of learning from Sophia Lyon Fahs, all ages explore life with consideration of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. There are Six Sources for these Seven Principles.
The background for personal belief.
The first place for relgious identity begins in the home. Children learn from their parents and families. The more parents share with their children in age appropriate ways the things that have meaning for them the more comfortable children will become in doing the same for themselves.
Lifespan Religious Education is a Journey
We journey on our own Religious Path exploring what has meaning for us in different times of our lives. Unitarian Universalism offers our Seven Principles as a bais of what creates the bond between the members and the different congregations. As we learn new things and explore different ideas we create our own statement of religious believe that is our truth.
Unitarian Universalists welcome the individual search for truth and meaning. Within community individuals have a place to share ideas and learn from each other as welcome as World Religions. Together people can work to take action on what it is they say that they believe.