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Tapestry of Faith

Chalice Children

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  • By Leslie Ahuvah Fails
    All that we have been separately and all that we will become together is stretched out before and behind us like stars scattered across a...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life and Love, known by many names and yet fully known by none, we give thanks for this time and this place of renewal. We give...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Note: this was written for a worship service with a Wizard of Oz theme. Come you accidental pilgrims, you who find yourself on a journey of...
  • By Jennifer Kitchen
    Come sit by our fire and let us share stories. Let me hear your tales of far off lands, wanderer, and I will tell you of my travels. Share...
  • By Cynthia Frado
    Creator of Life, Source of All Being It was from the particles of the Universe that you formed me... Iron and carbon and phosphorous Mixed...
  • By Sarah Gettie McNeill
    Come in, from the crisp morning air outside, come in, wearing the autumn sunlight on your face, come, carrying the turning of the seasons...
  • By Gregory Pelley
    And so we gather, from the ebb and flow of our lives Thirsty for connection to ourselves Thirsty for connection to others Thirsty for...
  • By Elizabeth Lerner Maclay
    As drops of rain that find each other and build to become a track, a rivulet, a stream, a river, a sea, so are we drawn together; so are we...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life, Ground of our being, Root of unified mystery Growing into myriad branches of expression, Bring us together now. Bring us...
  • By Charlie Dieterich
    Note: The ritual does not include exposure to dirty water. We pour purified water from the previous year over the hands and into the common...
  • By Nathan C. Walker
    The question is not, “What happens when we die?” Nobody really knows. The real question is, “What happens when we stop living?” The...
  • By Janet Parsons
    The flame of our chalice this morning is a symbol of the warmth and brightness of our connections. The flame lights our way back together...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Is the world getting more connected or more fragmented? Facebook, in conjunction with the University of Milan, recently announced that...
  • By Jane Altman Page
    I invite you to join me in a special ingathering ritual in which we will gather in energy and love from all directions. Your responsive...
  • By Ruth E Gibson
    ALL: We come together as a living church. WORSHIP LEADER: We come together from different places as unique individuals. Our paths and the...
  • By Tamara Lebak
    Ingathering Prayer/Meditation or Opening Words
  • By Rev. Eric Cherry
    Many Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations follow an annual Ingathering tradition on the first Sunday after Labor Day that includes a...
  • By Barbara Hamilton-Holway
    We gather here as individual people: young and old; male and female; temporarily able and disabled; gay, lesbian, bisexual and straight...
  • By Amanda Poppei
    This is the home that love made. It is full of the love that the founders felt, when they planned out these walls and raised these beams...