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Braver/Wiser

  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    People are in pain all around us, all of the time. How can we be companions to those in pain, and bear witness, so that pain can be...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    I know a little about "merry" meeting "mess" at the holidays — and by a little I mean How much time have you got? Four Christmases ago, a...
  • By Sean Parker Dennison
    I'm sitting here broken-hearted. I could try to convince you that it’s about the state of the world with its tragedies, suffering, and...

Healthcare and Benefits Blog

Pacific Western Region

Tapestry of Faith

Gather the Spirit

Heeding the Call

UU World

  • By Nathan Mesnikoff
    Chaplains help patients translate their own experience into personal story.
    Image credit: © PeopleImages/istock
  • By Jim Key
    It was precisely my emergent humanist belief that equipped me to face what seemed a death sentence.
    Image credit: © istockphoto/piovesempre
  • By Teresa Schwartz
    There’s a fine line between medicine and poison, powerlessness and agency.
    Image credit: © Melinda Beck/theispot.com
  • By Schuyler Vogel
    We can become a more spiritually resilient faith.
    Image credit: © flickr.com/MargaretDonald (CC BY 2.0)
  • By Sadie Lansdale
    An ancient tale points to the wisdom of nonsense.
    Image credit: © Daniel Nevins/theispot.com
  • By Elaine McArdle
    When Ebola began ravaging West Africa, Dr. Patricia Ruze was determined to help.
    Image credit: Courtesy Patricia Ruze
  • By Jonah Eller-Isaacs
    African musicians respond to a pandemic with songs of sorrow, resistance, advocacy, and hope.
    Image credit: © Jonah Eller-Isaacs

WorshipWeb

  • By Amanda Udis-Kessler
    One: It may be the hardest thing we will ever do, Many: Caught up in our self-righteousness, honing our pain. One: The one who offended may...
  • By Leah Hart-Landsberg
    Today—and on all other days—may we give thanks for the fathers, papas, pop-pops, dads and daddies who represent for us the steadfast...
  • By Talia Cooper
    The 7 Jobs Capitalism Asks of All of Us: 1. Measure Self Worth by Work : Don’t believe in the inherent goodness of people. Instead decide...
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    Each of us has gifts and wounds from those who fathered us. This is inevitable; even the best fathers in the world disappoint their...
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    I invite you into a period of quiet meditation. Close your eyes if you wish, and get comfortable in your seat. Think about the father-...
  • By Rev. Rod Richards
    On this Father’s Day, we recognize the vast spectrum of experience and the often-complicated feelings that surround such a celebration. We...
  • By Joan Javier-Duval
    Here here is where you can lay it down Lay down all that you have carried the weight of the world that has rounded your back leaving you...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    Open your hearts, my friends, And let yourself feel the reality of absence. Open your hearts, and acknowledge That we gather in the...
  • By Rosemary Bray McNatt
    Worship Leader: In this moment of worship we call to mind those times of failure and regret common to all of us. We remember first, in...
  • By Samuel A Trumbore
    Go forth in simplicity. Find and walk the path that leads to compassion and wisdom, that leads to happiness, peace and ease. Welcome the...
  • By Anne Mason
    O Maker of Order and Shaper of Beauty, we are grateful for the world in which we live. Instill in us that sense of awe, that we may walk...
  • By Cathy Cartwright-Chow
    For those we have hurt in any way, whether through words or deed or thoughts. Here is a place to forgive and to be forgiven. For the...
  • By Beth Merrill Neel
    Holy God, hear our prayer. There is pain and there is sorrow, there are broken relationships and broken hearts. Sometimes we are the cause...
  • By Beth Merrill Neel
    Calling to Unburden Our play is marked by merriment, but beneath that looms the Other: our worry; our sorrow; our shame, our guilt, our...
  • By Laura Horton-Ludwig
    Spirit of life and love, light within and without, mystery from which we have all emerged, within which we live and die: be with us now as...
  • By Amy Petrie Shaw
    A Free Retelling of the Shevirat haKeilim (from the Kabbalah) At the beginning of time, before anything else at all existed, Love was all...
  • By Addae Ama Kraba
    God of all known by many names, Holy one. It’s in sorrow that I implore your intercession in removing the darkness that has descended upon...
  • By Becky Brooks
    we were erased and still we loved we were shamed and still we loved we were expelled and still we loved we were laughed at and still we...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life and Love, known by many names and yet fully known by none, be with us in this hour of grief. Be with us as we reach out to...
  • By Victoria E Safford
    Imagine this. On the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, every fall, every year, the people make their peace with anyone they have...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    This piece can be read as a meditation, or used as a litany, in which the congregation responds to each line (in unison), "We ask a...
  • By Kristin Grassel Schmidt
    One: Spirit of Guiding Love, we give thanks today for all of the people who followed a dream, and whose vision, persistence, labor, and...
  • By Adam Lawrence Dyer
    Don’t speak to me of “healing” racism, or “wounded souls” or the “painful hurt” until you are willing to feel the scars on my great-great-...
  • By Kate McPhee
    Around us, light is returning. It rekindles the spirit of life in the skeletons of trees. It brings forth new shoots from the soil. It...
  • By Brian Doyle
    Sisters, I stand before you without homily or lecture or opinion. I stand here naked on the page. I stand here with my hands extended in...
  • By Patricia Shelden
    For those we miss. For things long gone. For those who or what we last held in our arms, in our hands and in our hearts — we pray. We pray...
  • By Patricia Shelden
    In this hour of holy stillness we gather to honor the life and the person we love. In this hour of Holy Stillness we remind ourselves that...
  • By James Morison
    Within each of our hearts there is a most glorious light. Go forth, and let its spark help you understand what troubles both you and others...
  • By Laura Horton-Ludwig
    Take a moment to breathe into the silence. Our breath is always with us. We can always come back to the breath, our anchor, our grounding,...

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