Autumn Equinox

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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Autumn Equinox.

  • Hope Continues

    Kevin Jagoe

    From WorshipWeb
    Hope continues, uncertain and true, like candlelight, ready to spark again.
  • The Persistent Flame

    Amy Brooks

    From WorshipWeb
    We light this chalice to kindle a flame of warmth as a reminder of the connection that draws us in to a community that opens us up.
  • Fall Equinox Meditation

    Lori Gorgas Hlaban

    From WorshipWeb
    Like the sun moving toward the shortest day, each moment arises—and is gone before we know it.
  • The Growing Darkness

    Viola Abbitt

    From WorshipWeb
    As we move deeper into the season, There are some things we know. Fall brings a growing darkness That we cannot escape....
  • Making Room for All That Is

    Lyn Cox

    From WorshipWeb
    Spirit of Life, ancestor of the stars and the sun, you who embrace the vastness of space and us along with it, be with us today....
  • The Balance We Seek

    Sharon Wylie

    From WorshipWeb
    The hours of day and night are in balance. In honor of Earth-centered traditions that celebrate this time of year, we observe that the flaming chalice...
  • Hold Fast to Summer

    Ben Soule

    From WorshipWeb
    Hold fast to summer. Enjoy with heightened appreciation these still-warm September days. Create more memories, take more pictures. Enjoy a bit of denial.
  • Equinox Seed Ritual

    Diana Smith

    From WorshipWeb
    This hands-on ritual could be used to celebrate Earth Day, a Solstice, or an Equinox. Before the service begins, set up a table or two (or more) with...
  • So We Go

    Patrick DeSimio

    From WorshipWeb
    This hymn (sheet music is available) was written as a Celtic-style harvest song....
  • United by Story and Bound by Love

    Andrea Hawkins-Kamper

    From WorshipWeb
    Gather we now into this space, this time when the Wheel turns and the Veil shatters. Gather we now to remember, to grieve, to prophesy, to complete our...