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Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith

A Place of Wholeness

Amazing Grace

  • By Polly Peterson
    Two famous twentieth-century Unitarians were James Luther Adams, born in 1901, and James Reeb, born in 1927. Both men were deeply committed...

Building Bridges

  • Based on a European Jewish folk tale. Once there was a woman who lived in a simple village. She had a simple life, with few needs. One...

Chalice Children

Creating Home

Love Connects Us

Riddle and Mystery

Toolbox of Faith

Virtue Ethics

Windows and Mirrors

Wonderful Welcome

  • By Janeen K Grohsmeyer
    A story from A Lamp in Every Corner: Our Unitarian Universalist Storybook (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 2004). Read or tell...

WorshipWeb

  • By David Breeden
    Our light is the light of the sun, keeper of all we love; our light is the light of the earth, provider of sustenance; our light is the...
  • 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 Lisa Bovee-Kemper
    In religious community, we share our joys and our triumphs, our sorrows and our broken places. In this circle of care, we make space for...
  • By Barbara Hoag Gordon
    Once there was an emperor who needed a new set of clothes to wear in the grand parade. He called two of his finest cloth weavers to order...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    To prepare for this Message for All Ages, you’ll need to do the following: remove a small white tea light from its aluminum casing make a...
  • By Gregory David Miller
    This fire is a reminder of the light within us all; the yearning for freedom, the longing for truth, the flame of intuition, the torch of...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    Ah, it’s true. When our ancestors spoke of heaven, they were speaking of this moment. When they went on about nirvana they imagined a time...
  • By Meg Barnhouse
    Today I have too many friends who are dying. Sometimes at a memorial service I feel dissatisfied, and I’m the preacher in charge. I realize...
  • By Peter Scott Lee
    Leader: We light our Chalice in honor of all those who have served in our ministry. People: May the Chalice be to us a symbol of the...
  • By Martha Dallas
    Who here has to go through their clothes sometimes, say every year or so? Maybe it’s something your parents make you do…. [ ask for a show...
  • By Janet Hutchinson
    Of course I want the truth, but here’s the rub: Truth doesn’t sit around still as a rock, it breathes and flows and turns inside out. Ever...
  • By Barbara J Pescan
    I am praying again and how does one pray when unsure if anything hears? In the world I know as reliable and finite when time and matter...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    Barukh atah, Emeth! Blest are you, o Truth. Like the fabled Moses, I too can never claim to have seen you “face to face.” Too often, I’ve...
  • By Jean M. Olson
    May you be brave enough to expose your aching woundedness and reveal your vulnerability. May you speak your deepest truths, knowing that...
  • By Leslie Takahashi
    They teach us to read in black and white. Truth is this—the rest false. You are whole—or broken. Who you love is acceptable—or not. Life...
  • By Christopher Buice
    Once upon a time there was a very greedy king who had lots and lots of gold. But he wanted even more gold, so he decided he would order his...
  • By Christopher Buice
    Once upon a time, there was a village with a road that went straight through the center of town. One day, something strange happened. God...
  • By Leslie Takahashi
    Walk the maze within your heart: guide your steps into its questioning curves. This labyrinth is a puzzle leading you deeper into your own...
  • By Barbara Rohde
    Of course truth is hard. It is a rock. Yet I do not think it will fall upon me And crush me. I do not think they can hammer it to bits And...
  • By Stephen M Shick
    Here, I will be discovered and lost: Here, I will, perhaps, be stone and silence. —Pablo Neruda Someday, out there, on a day like this in a...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Search freely and responsibly for truth & meaning. The Seven Principles by Ellen Rocket
  • By Kendyl R Gibbons
    Never from that summons swerve; Hark the prophets' living chorus! Truth and freedom still to serve Show the present path before us. As we...
  • By Bruce Clear
    Some of you may have heard Garrison Keillor’s Thanksgiving story in which Unitarians are featured. Somebody needs to find out what Keillor’...
  • By John M Higgins
    Welcome to this place. This is a home where no revealed truths are promoted and no scripture or human being accepted as infallible. This is...

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