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Congregational Stories About Worship

Rev. Gordon B. McKeeman writes:

We are called to worship—
not by words spoken,
but by miracles recalled:
a baby's first cry,
the petals of a rose,
the templed hills,
the restless tides of the seas,
human love, human hope.

We respond with gratitude,
with joy,
with wonder at life's boundless possibilities.

Dynamic worship is at the center of Unitarian Universalist (UU) spiritual life.

In these stories, you'll read how Unitarian Universalist congregations celebrated passages, contemplated prophetic action, and came together as communities of faith to nurture the spirit and bring change to a hurting world.

Visit our visitors' section for an introduction to UU worship, or explore WorshipWeb for service elements and resources to help deepen worship.

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