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  • Sunday before Thanksgiving. Themes can include gratitude to God, gratitude for loved ones, gathering the family together, breaking bread...

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  • A Celtic pagan story from Ireland, told by Erica Helm Meade in her book of wisdom tales, The Moon in the Well (Peru, Illinois: Open Court/...
  • From Christian scripture, John 6:1-19, New Revised Standard Version (Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1990). A large crowd kept...

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  • By Gwen Matthews
    Today, we're thankful for you and what you bring to our church. Your spirit, talents, generosity, imagination, and dedication reaffirm our...
  • By Andre Mol
    This blessing was written in honor of two Unitarians, Martha and Waitstill Sharp, who during WWII dared to risk their own comfort in order...
  • By Laura Horton-Ludwig
    The wheel of the year has turned again. Once more the Thanksgiving season has arrived. How shall we sing our song of gratitude now? For...
  • By David Schwartz
    We gather at Thanksgiving, in some sense, to retell the creation myth of our country. In this myth is our very best and our very worst: a...
  • By Swiftwalker
    Let’s start with the people we love and those who love us, thankful they are in our lives obliging us to open our hearts. Let open hearts...
  • By Dayna Edwards
    Note: at the bottom of this entry, you'll find a pronunciation guide. For this Time for All Ages, you might want to provide the following...
  • By Debra Smith
    We are hungry We are eating our daily bread and bowing our heads and yet we are hungry We are thanking the farmer and the farm worker and...
  • By David M. Horst
    Once, many grey autumns ago, I came upon a tree. The tree, a poplar, had dropped all of its leaves but for one, just one. Exactly one leaf...
  • By Tiffany Sapp
    This script is intended to take place over the arc of a worship service or children's chapel. People Needed: Narrator (can be Worship...
  • By Dawn Skjei Cooley
    Introduction The Cornbread and Cider Communion is a tradition in some of our congregations. With gratitude for our freedom and for our...
  • By Robert R Walsh
    I heard the Second Brandenburg Concerto played in honor of Bach’s 300th birthday, and I was swept away. I remembered a story about the...
  • By Naomi King
    Let us join and hands and hearts in gratitude on this wondrous day where we have the abundance of our lives before us. We remember this day...
  • By Lillian Nye
    I [do not] mean to present myself as some kind of bodhisattva of compassion. However, in my better moments—at least in my more conscious...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Each of us will be grateful this Thanksgiving in differing ways, Gathered in our separate families, Each with our own distinct recipes,...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    T... starts out with Turkey and with Tofu, and Together, H...reminds of Happiness, may it grow beyond all measure. A...means All who are...
  • By Naomi King
    Rev. Naomi King reflects, "Every day we experience hunger and yearning.... Every day we are invited anew to be thankful."
  • By Elizabeth M Strong
    Let us rejoice for the families who have gathered this Thanksgiving to express their thanks and to celebrate the bounty of their lives. Let...
  • By Michael Tino
    Seeds, scattered on fertile ground, are warmed by the sun and fed by the soil. They sprout and grow, producing great fields of grain. The...
  • By Naomi King
    Once there was and once there was not a family of dogs. Like many dog families, there were dogs that had wandered off the street and dogs...