UU World's first "seeker issue" is designed specifically as an introduction to Unitarian Universalism. The 32-page magazine is an anthology of articles and photographs, organized in four sections: Who We Are, What We Believe, How We Gather, and What We Do. Available in packs of 10 or 25.

Product Code: 8673
ISBN: 9788673
Format: Magazine
Publisher: UU World
Published Date: 06/15/2016
Availability:In stock
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UU World's first "seeker issue" is designed specifically as an introduction to Unitarian Universalism.

The 32-page magazine is an anthology of articles and photographs originally published in UU World and other sources, organized in four sections: Who We Are, What We Believe, How We Gather, and What We Do.

Featuring Melissa Harris-Perry, Galen Guengerich, Gail Geisenhainer, Kendyl Gibbons, and more. The seeker issue is suitable for use in path to membership classes and congregational or individual outreach to people interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism.


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by lqmkuanq
on 10/21/2018
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by Bobby
on 12/10/2017
from Davis
The Joy of being UU
I think this is a great first magazine for new members. For me, the cover was what attracted me to the magazine. The joy is in the journey, not in the magazine cover. The people depicted on the cover do not look joyful because the journey is the joy, it is not about looking joyful.
by Susan
on 11/28/2017
from Traverse City
Administrator
While the content of the World Seeker issue is wonderful, I agree that a more inviting and joyful cover image is imperative to create a wholeness of UU message and imagery.  At this congregation, the introductory magazine is gifted to new members...however, the cover image is anything but welcoming them on a Joyful Journey.
by Jean
on 3/4/2017
from Massachusetts
Articles are excellent, cover is awful
Most of the articles in this special seeker issue are excellent. However, the cover leaves a lot to be desired. The two people on the cover do not appear to be on a joyful journey at all.

Before my congregation orders any of these, we will wait for a new cover.
by David R Bechtel
on 11/17/2016
from Denver, CO
UU church member
I didn't get any further than the cover.  "The Journey Is the Joy". To my eye there is a huge disconnect between that phrase and the illustration.  I don't get any joy from this cover.  I would give gifts of many issues of UU World, but not this one.  First impressions matter. I applaud the idea behind this "seeker" issue.  I don't feel invited in.   



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