Taking It Home for March 3rd

Taking It Home for March 3rd

On Sunday, March 3rd, we introduced the theme “What does it mean to be a people of Journey?” Here are some resources to continue the discussion with your family.

With Your Kids (Ideas to engage Journey as a Family)

Family Adventure Ideas

Pilgrimage – the Journey Out

What places would be considered pilgrimages in your family? A special bench in a park where you shared news of a new family member? A place where a pet is buried? A National Park where a child made their first big hike? Name these places as places of pilgrimage for your family.

Stories To Read Together

Journey, Quest, Return (Aaron Becker’s Wordless Trilogy) by Aaron Becker (Author, Illustrator)
Share all three. They are wordless so use it as a silent moving picture book.

Journey: https://www.amazon.com/Journey-Aaron-Beckers-Wordless-Trilogy/dp/0763660531/ 
Quest: https://www.amazon.com/Quest-Aaron-Beckers-Wordless-Trilogy/dp/0763665959/ 
Return: https://www.amazon.com/Return-Aaron-Beckers-Wordless-Trilogy/dp/0763677302/

Family Journeys – Marking the end of the journey of life

 When Families Grieve – Sesame Street

Family Movie Night Ideas

Lion King (G)
Theme Connection: The journey of life is a circle of birth, life and death.

For You (Support for Parents as Faith Formation Guides)

Unitarian Universalist Child Dedication Ceremonies – Marking the Beginning of the Journey of life
If you are interested in the UU Child Dedication Ceremony, contact your worship leader or minister.

UU Family Rituals for other times on the Journey of Life



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