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Labyrinth Walk for Healing the Gulf and Ourselves
by Melanie Morel-Ensminger
Services | Variable

Learn to Fly
by Amanda L. Aikman
Sermons

Learning the Principles by Heart
by Leslie Becknell
Sermons

Legacy Chalice Lighting
by Paul Sprecher
Chalice

Lemonade Adventure
by Naomi King
Stories | Summer

Lessons from the Kwanzaa Candles
by Gail Forsyth-Vail
Services | Winter | Kwanzaa

Let Me Die Laughing
by Mark Morrison-Reed
Readings

Let the Alleluias Rise Up
by Ellen Cooper
Sermons

Let there always be in the seasons of our lives
by Rolfe Gerhardt
Meditations | Meditations

Let there be a quiet time among us.
by Barbara Hamilton-Holway
Meditations | Meditations

Let there be joy in our coming together this morning.
by Carl G Seaburg
Openings | Opening Words

Let There Be Light
by Andrew Pakula
Chalice | Variable

Let there be light!
by Gordon B. McKeeman
Chalice

Let Us Be Humble
by Jay E. Abernathy, Jr.
Closings

Let us be united in the spirit of aspiration
by John Cummins
Meditations | Prayers

Let us bless and keep one another
by John C. Morgan
Closings | Benedictions

Let Us Bless the Earth
by Eric Williams
Ceremonies | Dedications / Blessings

Let us enter into a spirit of meditation.
by Linda M. Hansen
Meditations | Meditations

Let us go forth into the world
by Marjorie Newlin Leaming
Closings | Closing Words

Let us go out now into the sun-washed light
by Judy Welles
Closings | Benedictions | Spring

Let Us Hear, Let Us See, Let Us Be
by Ma. Theresa Gallardo
Meditations | Prayers

Let us join in a moment dedicated to that quiet power within us.
by Jay E. Abernathy, Jr.
Meditations | Meditations

Let us join in the exercise of silence
by Greta W. Crosby
Meditations

Let us look first to the response of love
by Maureen Killoran
Chalice

Let Us Make this Earth a Heaven
by Tess Baumberger
Meditations

Let us pause now to look inward
by Michael A. Schuler
Readings | Other Readings

Let us pray to the God
by Max A. Coots
Meditations | Prayers

Let Us Rest In This Peace
by Victoria Weinstein
Meditations | Prayers

Let Us Sing a Song to the Eternal
by Eric Williams
Openings

Let us sing the magic of imagination
by Susan L. Van Dreser
Closings | Closing Words

Let yourself and not your words preach for you.
by Henri Frederic Amiel
Quotations

Like pendulums we swing from hunger to hunger
by Don W. Vaughn-Foerster
Meditations | Meditations

Listening
by Richard S. Gilbert
Columns

Listening for Our Song
by David S. Blanchard
Meditations | Meditation Manuals

Litany of Comfort for Blue Christmas
by Debra Faulk
Readings | Litanies | Winter | Christmas Eve / Christmas

Litany of Spring
by Addae Ama Kraba
Readings | Responsive Readings

Little Flame
by Kathryn Estey
Chalice

Living the Dream: A Sermon for Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday
by Wendy von Zirpolo
Sermons

Living The UU Principles
by Karen J. Hirsch
Ceremonies | Other Rituals

Living With Contradictions
by Bruce A. Bode
Sermons

Living Your UUism
by Anonymous
Readings

Long ago the chalice of communion wine was set apart for the priests alone.
by Maryell Cleary
Chalice

Look to the Children
by Pat Hoertdoerfer
Services | Fall | Children's Sabbath

Looking For Love in All The Wrong Places
by David S. Blanchard
Readings

Lord of all being,
by Michael A. Schuler
Meditations | Prayers

Lovable and Loved
by Dawn Cooley
Closings | Benedictions

Love In Tangible Form
by Susan Karlson
Readings | Offerings

Love in the Open
by Sara Campbell
Sermons

Love: past and present
by Duncan Metcalfe Eric Loftman
Services | Other Rituals | Variable

Loving spirit,
by Gary Kowalski
Meditations | Prayers

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