Earth Day

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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 Earth Day.

  • All of Nature Is Sacred
    From WorshipWeb
    Leader: For the love of all began with the world. Congregation: All of Nature is sacred. L: Every creature is a thinking, feeling being....
  • Giving Up Trash for Lent
    From Stories and Voices
    Living the Wasteless Life by Carter Smith My story actually begins almost a year ago, when one of my Facebook friends posted an article about Lauren...
  • Hallowed Growth in NOLA
    From Stories and Voices
    New Orleans Service Trip by Emily Parker On this small lot in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, organic vegetables grow in rows. Honey bees housed in...
  • Meditation on Planting
    From WorshipWeb
    EARTH, clay from which we are made and to which we will return. Soil, rich and aromatic, crumbling in my fingers, dark under my nails. This, cleansing...
  • Garden Prayer
    From WorshipWeb
    Early in the morning, before the children are awake and while the grass is still dewy, I like to walk in my garden. It’s “my” garden only because it...
  • Our Place in the Cosmos
    From WorshipWeb
    This Time for All Ages is greatly enhanced by visual elements....
  • Kick-Off a Great 2016 With the Best of Blue Boat 2015!
    From Guides and Tools
    ALL MY BEST TO YOU AND YOURS In case you missed some – or all – of our recent social media blast campaign...
  • Like the First Hint of Green
    From WorshipWeb
    As the first hint of green begins to peek through the barren ground As that little sprig grows into a healthy stem As that stem grows into a stalk and...
  • Whiteness and Apocalypse
    From Issues and Trends
    By guest blogger Amelia Diehl . -ed I am so grateful to have been able to attend the Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice's Grounded and...
  • Monuments
    From WorshipWeb
    On this green bank, by this soft stream, We place with joy a votive stone, That memory may their deeds redeem, When, like our sires, our sons are gone.