Resources for Families
Learning About Unitarian Universalism
You can do it; Albany UU can help.
So often you parents and caretakers are learning about Unitarian Universalism as you are raising your children. Congregations have a potentially powerful role in helping you in learning about our faith tradition and in helping you to identify your values and share them with your children. Rev. Peter Morales has said that he wishes we had come up with the Lowe’s slogan first – “You can do it; we can help!” In the pages under Religious Education and Family Ministry, you’ll find tools and thoughts to help you – good reads, table blessings, ideas for other rituals, etc.
As parents and caretakers, you are your child’s primary religious educators. I invite you to become co-explorers with him/her/them. You can teach your child/ren about your commitment to religious growth and development by coming regularly on Sunday mornings and by participating in other activities in the congregation. Frequent attendance helps your child gain a sense of belonging here. I encourage you to learn about the path to membership as a way for you as a parent/caretaker to take an active role in the life of the congregation. ~ Leah Purcell, Director of Religious Education and Family Ministry
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