Being UU at Home is a new program for everyone who wants to find ways to express their UU faith with family and partners in the context of daily life. This series offers engaging suggestions, activities, thoughts, stories, and opportunities for individuals, families, or partners to make Unitarian Universalism a part of your daily life at home.
For most of these Being UU at Home lessons, we will ask you to create something, and we would like you to share your work with the GUUF community. Once you have completed the activity in each lesson, please take a photo of it and email the photo and a brief description on your experience with the lesson to David Funderburk at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will share the photos and stories we receive in a gallery linked to each lesson.
The lessons include:
- Lesson 1: Making Your Own Chalice
- Lesson 2: The 7 Principles Made Visual
- Lesson 3: Creating a Home Altar
- Lesson 4: Creating a Household Covenant
- Lesson 5: Creating Traditions, Ceremonies, and Rituals
- Lesson 6: Building a Wisdom Library
- Lesson 7: Who Cares? Taking it into the world
- Lesson 8: Saying Your Prayers (Even when you’re not sure who’s listening)