Older adulthood—roughly 55 and up—can be a rich time of learning and discovery, deepening friendships and relationships, and theological reflection. It can also be a time when adults discern the dimensions of the legacy they will leave behind. Most older adults face the physical realities of aging and the emotional and spiritual realities of loss and grief at some point along the way. While many older adults are active participants in familiar organizations, communities, and congregations, for some this is a challenge.
With all that in mind, the Unitarian Universalist Association has organized a set of resources to support the older adult journey. The Older Adults pages on UUA.org, are designed for use by older adults, caregivers and family members, and congregations engaged in ministry to and with older adults. The pages include links to curricula, books, videos, programs, and websites with useful information.
New material will continue to be added, and you can submit photos and suggestions for additions to the Older Adult pages by emailing adultprograms [at] uua [dot] org.
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