Imagine-RE

The original middle school curriculum using The Simpsons as the basis for discussion of religious topics  > more

NEW! A full RE year of great Middle School Youth Group meeting ideas. > more

D'Oh, God!

This year, Follen Church wanted to re-invigorate its programs for older elementary and middle school classes – and hopefully boost participation and attendance.  We ordered “Harry and UU” and “D’Oh God!” and were thrilled with the response from our youth:  attendance bounced up, creativity soared, and the discussions were deep and values-based.  Thank you, Karen Hager, for creating curricula that have made a difference in Follen’s religious education programs!

Deborah Weiner, Interim Director of Religious Education
Follen Church UU – Lexington, MA

Testimonials

The MSYG Playbook

ChUUrchcraft

Popular storybooks are used as the basis for this first introduction to the 7 UU Principles for preschoolers.  > more

Popular music from the 1960s to the present is perfectly in tune with discussions on social justice.  > more

The magical power of Harry Potter is channeled into the fight against 7 real-world horcruxes in this social action curriculum. > more

NEW! Unleash the creativity of Minecraft to bring more fun to your world religions classes. > more

Harry and UU

The second curriculum to use the animated series The Simpsons, this time for social justice discussions.  > more

The Rainbow Connection

The television series The Twilight Zone has timeless stories, perfect for discussions of ethics, values and social justice.  > more

D'Oh, God! Book II

Principled Music

Curriculum

The Fifth Dimension