The Fahs Collaborative offers a
Gathering Our Selves is a catalogue of reflective spiritual exercises designed explicitly for Unitarian Universalists of color. A diversity of resources offer strategies for engaging children, youth, adults of color as well as mixed/multi-racial persons and families who are interested in understanding their experience and impact of race and ethnicity in their spiritual lives. As the experience of race and racism is often located in the body, the curriculum uses the arts — literary prose, scholarship, music, theater, crafting, embodied movement, photography, etc. — as vehicles for sparking discussion and connection. Resource materials are appropriate for individual work, small group gatherings, and larger retreats. Learning materials are designed by lay and religious professionals of color whose lived experiences span the diaspora of global expressions of race and ethnicity.
A resource kit for developing multigenerational faith communities through worship, music, and liturgy.
A practical guide to
Brings the faithful together to explore and engage theological commitments as a grounding for action in the world.
Fahs Research Fellows are educational entrepreneurs who research and propose innovative solutions to challenges in faith formation practices. Their projects are available to implement in congregations and other communities.
In addition to the above curricula, the Fahs Collaborative also offers a Curriculum Incubator to help innovators develop new faith formation approaches. These commissioned gatherings, hosted by Fahs Collaborative staff, build educational responses to difficult learning problems.