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.