"Such values as we are concerned with cannot be communicated except as they are set in operation....This is why I have so often said that a faith which is so largely a faith of dynamic ethical and intellectual values should make method the heart of its curriculum." Angus MacLean, Unitarian Universalist religious educator
Saturday, February 8, 2014
Neighboring Faiths starts tomorrow!
Tomorrow, Feb. 9, the Neighboring Faiths classfor 6th and 7th graderswill kick-off with a presentation and slide show about the ancient civilizations and religions that developed and overlapped in the land that is now modern Turkey. Marta Ozisik will share slides and anecdotes from her family's travels to Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia and Ephesus.
These slides show some of the famous "fairy chimneys" and cave churches in Cappadocia where early Christians, fleeing Roman persecution, lived and hid.