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Recognizing that racism is an institutionalized pattern reaching far beyond Ferguson, Missouri (or any single incident) our WorshipWeb team is is building a special collection called #BlackLivesMatter. We invite you to submit your prayers, reflections, or other anti-racism worship resources to build on these worship resources from Standing on the Side of Love. You can also search our current selections, below.
WorshipWeb's mission is to provide resources for Unitarian Universalist (UU) worship services. The inspiring and diverse Words for Worship collection includes readings, prayers, meditations, and more, written by UUs.
We are delighted to welcome ehewitt @ uua.org as WorshipWeb’s curator. Many Unitarian Universalists know Erika through her Skinner House books: Story, Song and Spirit is a collection of sensory-rich multigenerational worship services, and The Shared Pulpit is a small-group guide for laypeople to write and deliver their own sermons. Erika serves as the half-time contract minister of the Midcoast UU Fellowship in Damariscotta, Maine and has shaped her ministry around helping UU worship teams deepen their congregations' worship experience. In her devotion to creating and sharing innovative worship resources, Erika looks forward to serving as the new curator of WorshipWeb.
Though it not yet apparent, WorshipWeb has been undergoing a major transition. When the new UUA.org is launched in spring 2015, WorshipWeb will have a very different look and feel.
WorshipWeb always welcomes submissions from worship leaders, whether they are religious professionals or creative UUs. We also particularly seek prayers, reflections, and rituals that can be used in small groups, or at home. Sending in your work is simple. It is a gift to UUs around the world.
With faith, hope, and love,
smillspaugh @ uua.orgOutreach Associate for Digital Ministries
WorshipWeb also offers articles, workshop outlines, and other practical resources for the leaders of UU worship services.
Multigenerational Worship embraces the whole family of your congregation in worship.
Stories (recently updated and expanded) links to multiple collections of stories suitable for worship.
Multicultural Worship helps worship reflect our vision of a Beloved Community that is truly and fully inclusive.
Music in Worship has resources for deepening the integration of music in worship.
Circle Worship offers resources for highly-participatory worship in the round.
Contemporary Worship talks about "new," more "dynamic" styles of worship.
Lay Worship Programs is about how congregations can establish strong worship collaborations between members and professional leadership.
Technology and Worship is for people interested in podcasting, projecting images, video, the Web, or other technologies.
Worship Collections gathers collections of worship materials on a wide range of topics.
Worship Theory provides essays and articles on why we do what we do.
The crowd-sourced, multicultural, pluralistic site wizdUUm.net includes liturgical calendars, a growing story library, and other resources suitable for worship settings. Founded by UU leader Kat Liu.
The UU Sankofa Archive includes a rich collection of openings, closings, prayers, readings, and sermons created by people of color and Hispanic descent who have made Unitarian Universalism their home. Coordinated by UU minister Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed.
Send Something to WorshipWeb is a form for submitting materials.
For more information contact worshipweb @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Thursday, December 4, 2014.
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