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Blue Boat

  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Sunday Assemblies? Faith > Practice > Religious Institution The recent Blue Boat blog post of observations made after attending the...

Pacific Western Region

  • By Jeanelyse Doran Adams
    As the New Year approaches I am grateful for yet another opportunity to begin again. Thankfully that opportunity is available to all of us...

Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith

A Chorus of Faiths

  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity For your own use, list the elements of covenant you plan to...

A Place of Wholeness

Building Bridges

Building the World We Dream About: For Young Adults

Families

Love Connects Us

Love Surrounds Us

Resistance and Transformation

  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Prepare a list of the elements of covenant you would like to...

Signs of Our Faith

The New UU

Toolbox of Faith

What We Choose: Ethics for Unitarian Universalists

Windows and Mirrors

Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures

Wonderful Welcome

World of Wonder

UU World

WorshipWeb

  • By Karen G. Johnston
    Before beginning, dramatically turn your back on the congregation and children, and place a smudge on cheek. It is important that this be a...
  • By Laura Bogle
    To prepare, you'll need a few inflated balloons -- and to gird yourself for the improvisation required! Let’s play a game! Everyone knows...
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    Blessed are we who gather with open hearts, together, in this space, today. Blessed are we: the chalice-lighters of resistance, justice,...
  • By Emma Merchant
    I have never been particularly attached to the idea of family. Do you know The Swiss Family Robinson ? It's the story of how a family...
  • By Ma Theresa Gustilo Gallardo
    There's my temple! Believer, unbeliever or wild one. You are welcome! We have no definition of who we are but human. We have no code but...
  • By Lorelei Greenwood-Jones
    Leader: In this sacred place, we need not be alone. We seek a listening ear, a warm heart, open arms. Congregation: In this sacred place,...
  • By Liz James
    Today, you join in membership. This is a moment of excitement and possibility. And although I don’t wish to pull you out of this moment, I...
  • By Audette Fulbright Fulson
    In a free religious community, to serve is the highest expression of our commitment and love. To be asked to lead is the highest honor...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    Reader 1: The word courage comes from the Latin cor , which means heart. According to poet Mark Nepo, the original use of the word courage...
  • By Lisa Ward
    A covenant is not a definition of a relationship; it is the framework for our relating. A covenant leaves room for chance and change, it is...
  • By Sarah C Stewart
    Bring who you are as you enter our church this morning. Bring your best self and your struggling self; bring your mistakes and your...
  • By Dawn Skjei Cooley
    The diversity of the human species is astounding. The fact that we can gather together for common experience is nothing short of a miracle...
  • By Marta I Valentín
    In gatherings we are stirred like the leaves of the fall season rustling around sacred trees, tossed hither and yon until we come to rest...
  • By Nathan C. Walker
    “Beyond the Zero-Sum Game” excerpted from Nathan C. Walker (2014) Exorcising Preaching: Crafting Intellectually Honest Worship . St. Louis...
  • By Lucas Hergert
    Love is the doctrine of this church Our faith in each other is its sacrament Working for justice and living with compassion is its prayer...
  • By Laura Randall
    Minister: Today, we welcome into our community these new members, who have chosen to make a commitment to this congregation by signing our...
  • By Michael W Hennon
    We covenant with one another and do bind ourselves together in the presence of this religious community To express our deepest and most...

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