UU Resources


Amy Wright Glenn serves as Director of Religious Education at her home Unitarian Universalist fellowship in South Florida.

 

During the church year, UU families and friends are invited to  join Amy on Sunday mornings for Religious Education (RE) classes ~ designed for children ages 5+.

Beginning in September 2021, UUFBR will be gathering in-person again.

RE children and their parents are invited to gather with Amy on Thursday evenings in July and August for the Summer Read program.

 

 

 

 

 


World Religions for UUs + Friends

For the 2020-2021 academic year, Amy led both the children and the adults in her UU fellowship through a UU-inspired World Religions curriculum. Below you will find links to the presentations Amy made to the adults drawn to the study. All are welcome to view the recordings.

September ~ Unitarian Universalism
October ~ Zoroastrianism
November ~ Judaism
December ~ Christianity
January ~ Islam
February ~ Hinduism
March ~ Buddhism
April ~ Taoism
May ~ Unitarian Universalism

These UU offerings above are free for all.

However, donations of any amount are always appreciated. All donations will be given to UUFBR, Amy’s home UU community. Use this link to donate any amount.

 

 


Chalice Circle
for pre & young teens

Last Sunday of each month
3:15-4pm EST

Our circle draws upon rituals from the Unitarian Universalist tradition. Our circle is open to both UU teens and teens from all/no faith traditions that resonate with UU values. Join Amy Wright Glenn for 45-minutes of heartfelt support as she co-facilitates this circle once a month.
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We draw upon the strength of our UU heritage. We share our joys and sorrows. We share our stories of navigating the pandemic. We nourish and share hope.

Parental consent is required to  join this circle.

To learn more, please contact Amy.


UU Parent Support Videos

Amy recorded 7 UU Parent Support videos focusing on key UU Principles in relation to parenting during the Covid-19 pandemic ~ and beyond. All parents, both from within the UU tradition, and those inspired by the UU tradition, are welcome to draw upon insights shared below.

Deep listening

Connect before you correct

Making anti-racist conversations a part of daily life 

What are tantrums? How best to respond? 

Nurturing a brave space for honesty 

Talking with children about death 

Patience 


Hope is all brightness
as we gaze upon
the precipice
Not casting our eyes,
downward,
but filling our lungs eagerly
with the fresh air
of a new day,
our souls in winged orbit
outdistance the moon.
~ Sally Borden, UU poet

All are welcome to join the Holding Space + Covid-19 Circle of Care
for more resources during this time.