Meditations, Prayers & Readings: People of Faith Respond to September 11, 2001
The following documents are PDF files.
- A Prayer on the Occasion of the Terrorist Attack on America, Rev. Pamela Langston-Daley, Unitarian Universalist (UU) Fellowship of Santa Cruz County
- Rev. Ellen Rowse Spero, First Parish in Lexington, MA
- Reading for Service of Lament and Hope, Rev. Dee Graham
- Rev. Jane Rzepka
- Rev. William F. Schulz
- Opening Words, Alison Cornish, Ministerial Intern, UU Fellowship of Huntington, NY
- "O God, Hear Our Cry," Rev. Barbara Hamilton-Holway, UU Church of Berkeley
- Rev. Paul Beckel
- Rev. John Burciaga
- Rev. Sylvia Howe, First Parish Church, Beverly, MA
- Rev. Anthony P. Johnson, First UU Church of Essex County, Orange, NJ
- "Lamentation," Rev. Elizabeth Lerner, UU Church of Silver Spring, MD
- The UU Church in Surprise
- Rev. Fredric John Muir, UU Church of Annapolis, MD
- Rev. Clare Petersberger, Towson UU Church, Lutherville, MD
- Rev. Judith Walker Riggs, Universalist Church of West Hartford, CT
- Responsive Reading, Rev. Sylvia Howe, First Parish Church, Beverly, MA
- Refrain/ Poem by Rumi, Litany by Meg Riley
"Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field..."
- "How Dare the Sky be Blue Today?" Therese Baumberger, Mt. Diablo Church, Walnut Creek, CA
- "Coping with Unexpected National Trauma," Rev. Roger Otis Kuhrt, from The Wellspring Center Tacoma, WA
- Words and One-Liners, Ric Masten
"The Japanese suicide pilots of WWII were known as the Kamikaze..."
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