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"Stained Glass" UU Chalice made with tissue paper and clear contact paper. The outline was drawn ahead of time and tissue paper was applied by a group of 4-8 year old children. Fun and easy.

"Stained Glass" UU Chalice made with tissue paper and clear contact paper. The outline was drawn ahead of time and tissue paper was applied by a group of 4-8 year old children. Fun and easy.

What If Nobody Forgave? and Other Stories (Unitarian Universalist Storybook eLibrary) by Colleen M. McDonald. From Buddha to Jesus to the Sufi masters of Islam, spiritual teachers have used stories to convey basic messages about truth and right living." --Colleen McDonald. Nineteen stories bring to life the seven UU Principles. Each story is followed by discussion questions, activities and a reading list. All ages.

What If Nobody Forgave? and Other Stories (Unitarian Universalist Storybook eLibrary) by Colleen M. McDonald. From Buddha to Jesus to the Sufi masters of Islam, spiritual teachers have used stories to convey basic messages about truth and right living." --Colleen McDonald. Nineteen stories bring to life the seven UU Principles. Each story is followed by discussion questions, activities and a reading list. All ages.

RE Teacher Recruitment Design and Text: Susanne Hinson-Rieger of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis

RE Teacher Recruitment Design and Text: Susanne Hinson-Rieger of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis

A Cup of Light: All About the Flaming Chalice by Pamela Baxter. The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Where did the symbol originate? Why did Unitarian Universalists adopt it as the emblem of their faith? A Cup of Light looks at the separate symbols of fire and cup, and at their significance when combined as the flaming chalice. Written for young children, the simple, direct language helps bring meaning to this rich symbol.

A Cup of Light: All About the Flaming Chalice by Pamela Baxter. The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Where did the symbol originate? Why did Unitarian Universalists adopt it as the emblem of their faith? A Cup of Light looks at the separate symbols of fire and cup, and at their significance when combined as the flaming chalice. Written for young children, the simple, direct language helps bring meaning to this rich symbol.

The Mind Jar is a meditation tool to use when you are stressed.  When you shake the jar the glitter (your thoughts) are all over the place.  Watch them slowly settle while you calm down.  From blog, "Here We Are Together".

The Mind Jar is a meditation tool to use when you are stressed. When you shake the jar the glitter (your thoughts) are all over the place. Watch them slowly settle while you calm down. From blog, "Here We Are Together".

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