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I mentioned in a previous post that the top priority for congregational support of families is to help them develop their faith. I also mentioned the UUA Bookstore as an excellent resource. Well, last week I received a perfect example of the kind publication the bookstore offers.  It’s a lovely little book called Sunday and Every Day: My Little Book of Unitarian Universalism, edited by Patricia Frevert. Written specifically for children aged 5 and up, this resource is full of information about Unitarian Universalism. There are sections on Chalice Lightings, the Seven Principles and the Six Sources, Music, Table Graces, Prayers (for Any Day and of Your Own), a brief history of How Unitarian Universalism Began, and some Stories of Unitarian Universalism. The book is only $5.00 with a discount of 20% for orders of 10 or more. And, if you order now, you’ll receive a free packet of My Seven Principles Stickers! Read more here.

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