Fahs Collaborative Programs
Creative Responses to Enduring Challenges
The Fahs Collaborative works toward fulfilling our mission by providing a range of exciting occasions to learn and grow. During this, our inaugural year, The Collaborative is launching four projects that are in keeping with our broader Mission:
The Fahs Fellows are educational entrepreneurs in the field of religious education who propose innovative solutions to challenges in faith formation. During the 2012-2013 year, three Fellows will focus on issues of technology, multigenerational faith formation and giving voice to cultural and theologically diverse spiritual practices. Read about our Fellows here.
The Curriculum Incubator is where wise and gifted educators gather in service of either growing a seed of an idea into a full and useful product, or creating new curricular strategies to stubborn or difficult learning problems. Incubator #1 will be the creation of a curriculum that supports the faith development of participants who go on service-learning trips with the UU College of Social Justice.
The Fahs Collaborative Classroomis a hub of curricular resources that weave issues of faith formation into the fabric of religious life and practice. The first offering will feature our flagship curriculum, Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity, by our own Dr. Mark A. Hicks. See the Classroom's current resources here.
The Fahs Ambassadors spread the word about The Fahs Collaborative across the country and beyond. Become a Fahs Ambassador! Be the first to get regular updates on our news, new programs and resources, creative ideas, and awesome learning around matters of faith formation. Share our mission and resources with others who would benefit. If you're interested in helping us promote our Mission and Programs, contact us here.