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  • By Jade Sylvan
    As we gather in the darkness and the light let us give thanks and witness to our chosen families who we have traveled a lifetime to find.

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  • By Alex Haider-Winnett
    We know that our worth is not based on our grades. The quality of our papers does not reflect on the quality of our personhood. That we are worthy of love especially when we struggle.
  • By Helen Rose
    Blessed are the queer: living, breathing, sacred reflections of Divine Love.
  • By Lucas Hergert
    May the things you collect in your basket, like painted eggs, colorful flowers and Easter grass remind you of all the beauty, sweetness, bounty and joy life has to offer.
  • By Addae Ama Kraba
    Blessings for a life well lived.
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    May it be well with you this night, and may it be well with those souls entrusted in our care, for however fleeting a moment.
  • By Alex Swift
    Let this flag be a symbol of hope, a blanket of protection, a cape of power and a standard of our conviction.
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    For all the mothers and mother figures... For all the communities that mother and for all who depend on the Great Mother. You are held — and beloved.
  • By Raquel V. Reyes
    You have right of passage into adulthood simply for being you. We are honored to celebrate this milestone with you.
  • By Kari Kopnick
    May we find the right people to do the right things as we go. May we discover what we need along the way. And may we remember to stop and marvel at the magic of each moment as it floats by.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    We carry bags with us throughout the week for many reasons. Would any of you like to take our congregation's love with you to school, or to work, or on your travels? You name it and we'll take it from our heart supply and toss it in your bag!
  • By Lisa Bovee-Kemper
    May you be blessed with wisdom, knowledge and understanding. May you be guided by compassion, truth, justice and love. May you find rest on the journey, always remembering where you came from...
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    Blessed are we who gather with open hearts, together, in this space, today. Blessed are we: the chalice-lighters of resistance, justice,...
  • By Rebecca Parker
    Your gifts—whatever you discover them to be—can be used to bless or curse the world. The choice to bless the world will draw you into community... None of us alone can change the world. Together—that is another possibility, waiting.
  • By Nicole Anderson
    Blessed are the homeless and those who beg for spare change, for they will inherit the house of the Lord.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    As the road or skies carry you toward your fellow pilgrims, may you sense the presence of those who travel with you in spirit, whose hopes and hearts are tucked into your pockets, who name your journey’s purpose as sacred.
  • By Natalie Fenimore
    Blessed is all creation moving toward one ending in order to begin again. Blessed are the stories told with tears and loud laughter.
  • By Barnaby Feder
    All bread is the product of relationship between seed, soil, sun, rain and people...
  • By Patrick McLaughlin
    May these common items be symbols of love and resistance... announcing our commitment to each other's safety and well-being.
  • By Gwen Matthews
    Your spirit, talents, generosity, imagination, and dedication reaffirm our fellowship and create our Beloved Community.
  • By Andrée Mol
    When I venture out to bring you to shelter, that is where love begins.
  • By Erica Baron
    May you know the spiritual thirst that keeps the soul searching, and gives the sweetness of new discovery to faithful followers of spiritual paths of all kinds.
  • By Lyn Cox
    Your gifts are welcome on this journey.
  • By Maureen Killoran
    For the blessing of animal companions we give thanks. ...
  • By Quinn G. Caldwell
    Spirit of love and of life, be with our children as they journey out from us. Fill their hearts with courage and strength and tenderness. Help them tell their truth about who they are and all they see. Help us to listen in a way that lets them speak.
  • By Bill Neely
    By blessing you, we celebrate the wonder of your birth, the sacredness of your life, and the love that has always and will always hold you.
  • By Maureen Killoran
    Spirit of Life, be with these young people. Help them remember their values, and let their lives be guided by the principles of our shared faith.
  • By Maureen Killoran
    As you step forward into the next chapter of your life, we send with you our fondest hopes and blessings.
  • By Margaret Weis
    May you feel the thrill of freedom as you ride your bikes, the freedom to journey together, and the freedom to connect with your deeper self.
  • By Meg Riley
    For all who left a relationship in order to save your heart, may your own heartbeat be your blessing. Its rhythm, its particular kinships, its unique rhythm. May you know your own heart as God's blessing... May you walk toward more love, knowing that you walk squarely in God's sight and with God's blessing.
  • By Robin Tanner
    Blessed are they who make giant mistakes, who know the hot sense of regret and ask for mercy, for their hearts will know the gift of forgiveness.
  • By Emmy Lou Belcher
    The feet of children will dance, stretch, swing and leap in joy as they challenge themselves with new achievements each year.
  • By Jonalu Johnstone
    Now we dedicate this space to the children here and to all those in the future who will use the playground. May this space be blessed by the joy of play and the connections of friends.
  • By Dori J. Somers
    We build houses for our dreams; a dwelling place for courage, for integrity, for love engendered, nourished by a family that speaks of "we" and means all humankind.
  • By Jean M. Olson
    May you be brave enough to expose your aching woundedness and reveal your vulnerability.
  • By Keith Goheen
    Let ours be praying hands, reaching out with the blessed energy rising in our souls and offering it freely in service to this shared ministry.
  • By Charlie Dieterich
    Ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus claimed changed is a constant, therefore we may never step in the same river twice. So it is with generations. Each new child brings new ideas and new perceptions to our community. Those who help our children grow—our teachers—are the bridge between the old and new.
  • By Eric Williams
    Blessed is the Sky, and all that is warm and filled with light.
  • By Sandra Fees
    Since ancient times, shaman, priests, and elders have blessed sacred spaces as well as the communities that have gathered in them. And so we too gather to bless this space and to bless those who will use it now and in the years to come.
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Keeper of our journeys, bless each new driver with a clear mind and cold sobriety that they might steer away from any danger encountered along the way. As they hurtle down life’s highway keep their vehicles right of center but keep their hearts a little to the left.
  • By Jennifer Stokes
    May this home be safe harbor for all who sail upon the sea of Life, and a beacon of hope to those on rough waters.
  • By Susan Karlson
    May the Waters gathered here remind us of the waters that nourished us before we were born and continue to give us sustenance on our life journeys.
  • By Nancee Campbell
    Spirit of kindness and compassion...Touch this gathering with tenderness so that we may be refreshed anew by the grace that encompasses this evening [or "morning"].
  • By Eileen B Karpeles
    May this house be truly a place of meeting in warmth, joy and openness; in courage, love and trust...and may these walls know silence as a hundred hearts search inward, each for its own small spark of hope.
  • By Carie J Johnsen
    Let us remember the women who have shared of their spirit, their energy, their wisdom and their time to help another realize her dream, for these women have consecrated this ground and made it holy.
  • By John Gibb Millspaugh, Sarah Gibb Millspaugh
    Each of us has the power to bless another, and to bless the world.

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