The following was copied from the Pacific South West District electronic newsletter, PSWD Express
Unitarian Universalism for Children
Do you sometimes struggle talking with children about our religion and our values? Are you looking for interactive ways to engage children with our faith tradition? Here are some great books that make it fun to learn about our Principles, our traditions, and our faith symbol and are easy for children of all ages to understand.
Sunday and Every Day
This introduction to Unitarian Universalism describes the seven Principles and six Sources in children's language and offers prayers for worship and every day use, as well as songs and stories.With playful illustrations throughout and blank pages at the back for stickers, this book is an engaging learning tool for young children. Watch a video with fun ideas for using this book and purchase a copy today.
A Cup of Light
This thought-provoking little book opens the door onto an exploration of the symbol of our Unitarian Universalist faith. It invites a look at what happens when the symbols of cup and flame are put together, and what they might mean when we bring them into our faith communities and our homes. Parents and religious educators will also appreciate the brief history of the chalice at the back. Purchase today.
Everybody is Important
This brightly-illustrated guide helps children understand the seven Principles and how to live them out every day. The Principles are cast in terms a child can understand, such as "Everybody is important" instead of "the inherent worth and dignity of every person" and are described in the context of a child's life, from playing with friends to helping care for pets. Purchase today.
Unitarian Universalism is a Really Long Name
This is a fully-illustrated introduction to Unitarian Universalism with simple text and lively full-color art. This book offers youngsters and anyone unfamiliar with Unitarian Universalism useful and accessible answers to questions like Who Are We?, What Do We Believe?, How Do We Worship?, and Do We Pray? Purchase today.
Posted on Tue, October 8, 2013
by Liz Jones filed under