Creating and telling our stories is how we learn who we are. Here, we offer you original work, as well as suggestions for published works to share at home.
“The stories we share as Unitarian Universalists come from so many different sources– today, I share a story with you about a Unitarian named James Luther Adams. He was born in the early 1900s, and he was a minister and a teacher who spent a lot of time studying lots of different stories and ideas. “Amy Peterson Derrick
“Mouse was amazed to think that a creature so small as he could help build a forest full of these magnificent trees. Mouse was amazed…and also so proud.”Amy Peterson Derrick
“The flame is passed from one candle to the next and the next, as stories are passed from generation to generation; and the room grows brighter in the midst of the deep, dark winter night.”Amy Peterson Derrick