All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
Due to Covid, there is no Religious Education.
Where We Teach the Seven UU Principles
1 Each person is important
2 Be kind in all you do
3 We’re free to learn together
4 We search for what is true
5 All people need a voice
6 Build a fair and peaceful world
7 We care for Earth’s lifeboat
The Six Pillars of UU Religious Education
1 UU Identity
Children develop an understanding of Unitarian Universalism and what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist;
2 Our Religious Heritage
Children develop a thorough knowledge of Jewish Christian history art, music, literature and their relationships to Unitarian Universalism;
3 World Religions
Children develop a broad appreciation of the world’s religions, especially similarities and differences with Unitarian Universalism;
4 Peace and Social Justice
Children develop an attitude of tolerance and respect for similarities and differences as well as understanding the effects of scarcity and abundance in our lives;
5 Our Interdependent Web
Children develop an understanding of the interconnectedness of our lives to the environment, each other, other people and other creatures; and
6 Our Relationships with Others
Children develop strong bonds within the church and our extended community of children, youth and adults in mutual exploration of what it means to live religiously.
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