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In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Music for Souls
Unitarian Universalist Association. Singing the Journey: A Supplement to Singing the Living Tradition. Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005. This hymnbook supplement includes "There's a River Flowin' in My Soul" as Hymn 1007
Unitarian Universalist Association. Singing the Living Tradition. Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 1993. This hymnbook contains the hymns "I've Got Peace Like a River," Hymn 100, "My Life Flows On in Endless Song," Hymn 108, and "Spirit of Life," Hymn 123
"Song of the Soul," sung by Cris Williamson
Tippett, Krista. Speaking of Faith. New York: Viking Penguin, 2007; This is the source of the quote in Alternate Activity 6 (on page 48)
"All Souls" and Unitarian Universalism
The Unitarian minister William Ellery Channing (1770-1842) is known today as one of the founders of Unitarian Universalism. His words, "I am a member of the living family of all souls," are echoed in the many Unitarian Universalist congregation names that include the phrase "All Souls."
Poetry about the Soul
A poem by Tess Baumberger called "Soul Lifts" is posted on the Unitarian Universalist Association WorshipWeb. The poem begins, "Wouldn't it be great if you could take a picture of your soul? Then when your mother wanted to brag about you/she could show people the picture... "
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