Faith Development is all we do. Unitarian Universalism is all we teach. And the congregation is the curriculum.

Christine Jarman
Director of Lifespan Religious Education
P: (904) 276-3739 C: (904) 568-1522

  • June Bringing it Home

    You will often hear Unitarian Universalists talk about our lives in terms of journeys. We think about them as spiritual journeys with many paths, some direction, and a dash of spontaneity and creativity thrown in to keep things interesting. Journeys involve setting out, perhaps when ... read more. Read more →

  • May~ Bringing it Home

    Spiritual Practice for Everyone: Bubble Meditation

    My corner of the office not only has books, stacks of papers and crafting supplies, and artwork to be returned to young artists. It has bubbles. Little bottles of bubbles left from the Easter egg hunt or Fun Water Sunday, ... read more. Read more →

  • April Bringing it Home

    Bringing It Home

    These are the days when we shout, “Spring has Sprung!” The azaleas are bursting with blooms and the mornings are filled with bird song. The pollen is in full flood-creating the annual renewed promise of runny noses and itchy eyes but also renewed ... read more. Read more →

  • March Bringing it Home

    The Worry Tree

    During February’s Children’s Chapel we heard the story The Worry Tree by Laura Wilkerson Spencer.  The story talks about worries and how they can weigh us down.  We shared about some of the things that worry us.  What we do when we are ... read more. Read more →

  • February Bringing it Home

    Bringing it Home

    Many cultures and faiths have the custom of hanging flags in the wind infused with good and hopeful intentions or prayers written on them.  The image is a reminder that as the wind blows, the prayers and intentions are carried ... read more. Read more →