Spirit Play, which was created by UU ministers and educators, helps children to explore and understand spiritual and religious questions through storytelling.
Roots teaches the fundamentals of Unitarian Universalism, exploring morality, UU history, age-appropriate spiritual practices and the building-blocks of our faith.
After the murder, Lauren’s father, Malcolm Astley, expressed ongoing concern for Fujita’s parents.
Roots is inspired by the hymn Spirit of Life – “roots hold me close, wings set me free.” Wings explores what it means to live Unitarian Universalism in the world.
Students learn about justice, empowerment, UU history, and age-appropriate spiritual practices.
As a Unitarian Universalist congregation, our emphasis is on seeking out the truth from wherever it is to be found.
We are not limited to just the Christian scriptures.