Ritual

This list includes every page tagged with "Ritual."

  • By Shari Woodbury
    From WorshipWeb
    We can weave each other back into community and connection, just as we have woven our separate ribbons to make something beautiful.
  • By Cathy Rion Starr
    From WorshipWeb
    The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is real for all of us, whether we are touched by it directly or indirectly. Some of us know people who have the virus, and its impact is getting closer as we learn of second cousins and friends of friends who have died of COVID-19. ...
  • By Lauren Wyeth
    From WorshipWeb
    Unitarian Universalism is a faith that has the power to save lives, to shape lives, to sweeten and soften the lives of kids and teenagers who are living in a world that can sometimes be harsh, lonely, unjust, unkind.
  • By Amy Brooks
    From WorshipWeb
    We share this water to honor the sacrifices of those who fight fires. We share this water, as tears of mourning for lost lives. We share this water with all who thirst for ecological justice.
  • By Wendy Bartel, Lynn Gardner
    From WorshipWeb
    Note: This was written and led by co-ministers to celebrate the installation of a third minister in a different congregation. Please change pronouns as necessary. ...
  • By Katie Romano Griffin, Tania Márquez
    From WorshipWeb
    Minister: The cultural and ethnical diversity in our region shapes our mission of providing religious education that is meaningful and relevant to our members and community. Our faith is a living one, co-created by the promises we make and keep. It is enlivened when we lift up all of the voices,...
  • By Amy Zucker Morgenstern
    From WorshipWeb
    Those who have been a part of us remain within and around us, sustaining us like our blood, like rain.
  • By Megan Visser
    From WorshipWeb
    Each week until Christmas, we light a new candle on the Advent wreath, a circle of evergreens, along with each of the preceding candles.
  • By Sheri Prud'homme
    From WorshipWeb
    This ritual connects us to our history; to the earth and the cycle of life. The times we are living in call for new ways to lean into the depths of ancient ritual.
  • By Lyn Cox
    From WorshipWeb
    We’ll light these Advent candles, one more each week, to remember hope, peace, joy, and love. As we light them throughout this season of waiting, let us remember to be fully present in the moment with each other, with ourselves, and with the source of blessing as we understand it to be.