Faith Formation Programs
The purpose of Faith Formation Programs at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango is to nurture and affirm each individual’s sense of identity, self-esteem and tolerance. To do this, we incorporate the study of our cultural and religious heritage, world religions, moral values, and social responsibility. Programs are available for all ages.
Thank you to all of the volunteer children’s and youth Faith Formation teachers. Your presence and practice is vital to our community.
Teachers and volunteers are greatly needed in our children’s and youth programs. Contact Lisa McCorry for more information.
November 2018 Children’s Faith Formation Curriculum
Monthly Theme: Memory Hymn: “The Lone Wild Bird”
Spiritual Practice: of honest remembrance and honoring the shoulders on which we stand.
Nov. 4 Sankofa: Remembering the Past Highlighting the importance of returning to the past to retrieve stories and wisdom we have missed.
Nov. 11 Remembering the Shoulders We Stand On
This session lifts up our UU Identity by exploring Unitarians Francis David and Frances Harper.
Nov. 18 Remembering the Grace from Life
Bread Service. Respecting our children’s intelligence and capacity for thoughtful compassion with the real story of Thanksgiving.
Nov. 25 Remembering What Really Matters
We look beyond our consumerist culture to remember what really matters. “Deck the Halls” for the Winter Holiday season with simple, child-centered materials.
Dec. 2, 9:15 a.m. 1stSunday Family Meet-Up Breakfast