• Ten Good Ideas About Adult Religious EducationEverything we do is faith development. All we teach is Unitarian Universalism. The congregation is the curriculum. (Connie Goodbread and Susan Smith)
    Watch and listen to this on-line session and find out the 10 good ideas for organizing and sustaining an adult religious education (RE) program that seeks to achieve such transformational faith development. Hear from other leaders on which adult RE resources are being used in our districts with success and hear more about emerging resources.
    Dori Davenport Thexton, Faith Development and Growth Director, Central Midwest District of the UUA
    Nancy Combs-Morgan, Faith Development Director, Heartland District of the UUA
    (NOTE: As of 2013, Ms Thexton and Ms Combs-Morgan are Congregational Life Consultants with the MidAmerica Region of the UUA)
  • Faith Formation 2020 and the Multigenerational Community

    Nancy Combs-MorganBarb Friendland TJC Director of Religious ExplorationWhat does the Faith Formation 2010 material say about creating and honoring multigenerational community? How do you make this happen in your congregations? Join with Heartland Faith Formation Director Nancy Combs-Morgan (far right photo) and Barb Friedland (right), Director of Religious Exploration at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church in Louisville, KY, as they explore these questions.

  • New DRE webinarnancy combs morganFor new Directors of Religious Education, and for those who may have been serving for a time, the webinar will introduce you to:

    • a community of other new DRE's
    • the basics of navigating curricula
    • important aspects of administering a RE program
    • important information on professional development
    • the Liberal Religious Educators Association

    Leader: Nancy Combs-Morgan


  • Tapestry of FaithJudith FredianiNancy Combs-MorganPresenters: Judith Frediani (right), Resource Development Director of UUAs Ministries and Faith Development, joins Nancy Combs-Morgan (left), Faith Development Director, Heartland District (since 2013, Congregational Life Consultant for MidAmerica Region UUA).

    Tapestry of Faith is an online series of programs and resources for all ages that nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love. These resources are being developed out of a broad series of conversations that articulated a future direction for Unitarian Universalist religious growth and learning and denomination-wide focus groups which helped shape a program that would offer a variety of resources - downloadable, printed, viewable, interactive, and more – a religious growth and learning program for the twenty-first century. We’ll highlight the super resources in the Tapestry of Faith curriculum and discuss the Tapestry of Faith vision statement and how it can be a vision statement for lifespan faith development in your congregation.