Rudolf Steiner suggested that children in the first Waldorf School who do not belong to a particular denomination could have “independent Christian religion lessons” and Sunday services. This book is a comprehensive collection of Steiner's thoughts and ideas on teaching religion in Waldorf schools and about Sunday services for children. The extracts are from his lectures to teachers and faculty meetings.
Also included are chapters by early Waldorf teachers on how Sunday services were inaugurated and practiced in the first decades of the Waldorf movement.
Previously published as Towards Religious Education by the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship.
- Edited by Helmut von Kügelgen and Tilde von Eiff
- 228 pages
- 6.2" x 9.3"
- Published 2014
- Second Edition