Unitarian Universalist Curriculum and Resource Developers
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• publicizes availability of a wide range of Unitarian Universalist religious education resources
• provides independent creators of curriculum resources with a communications network;
• encourages creativity in Unitarian Universalist religious education.
Current Members of UUCARDS
Debbie Berkana/Veronica Lassen
Kate Tweedie Covey
Lynn Yarrington Hunt
Rick and Tirrell Kimball
Betty Jo Middleton
Church of the Larger Fellowship
First Unitarian Society of Madison
Green Timber Publications
UU Church of Greater Lansing -- Teresa Putnam/Kathy McWilliams
Unitarian Universalists for Polyamory Awareness (UUPA)
UU Women and Religion
How to Use this Website
To see information about a specific writer, click on the NAME. This will bring up a page that has contact and biographical information, listing of curricula and other materials with brief descriptions, and ordering information.
Looking for resources? Click on ANNOTATED LISTING. This listing gives a description of materials and may be sorted by title, UUCARDS member, target age group, and topic. When you have found an item to pursue, click on the name of the author on the home page for contact and ordering information.
To learn about the process of publishing, see the responses to of UUCARDS members to QUESTIONS.
LINKS Describes several closely related organizations that develop or handle religious education materials
WE ARE Unitarian Universalists interested in promoting UU religious education. We are ministers, directors of religious education, religious education teachers, youth advisors, and lay persons.
UUCARDS provides creators of curricular resources with a communications network and helps Unitarian Universalist churches and other liberal groups learn about a wide range of religious education resources
Introducing new members: Denise Tracy has four volumes of stories for worship and home. These stories introduce Unitarian Universalists and others with similar values.
Karen Hager offers four programs based on cultural touch-points
Gleb Tsipursky presents the "Finding Your Purpose Using Science" series, and resources for small groups.
It is in welcoming new members and in updating the brochure that I am increasingly impressed by the breadth, topics and methodologies included in the works of UUCARDS members. The very approach of finding our meaning and values in current culture that keeps our UUism current.
See UUCARDS July 2015 the updated listings of curriculum and resources available from the members, with current information and prices. And visit the website section for the respective members.
Please review our website and Brochure for the possibilities. Consider how you enhance UU Religious Education. And share in the experience of using and contributing to UUCARDS resources.
*Contribute to the UU tradition of quality religious education.
Are YOU developing a religious education resource? Do you have questions about getting your work published and made available to Unitarian Universalist churches?Contact us -- firstname.lastname@example.org