Homecoming / Ingathering

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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 Homecoming / Ingathering.

  • Celebrating Ingathering
    For many Unitarian Universalists, the ingathering ritual helps mark the beginning of the congregational year.
  • Chalice Lighting for the New Year
    From WorshipWeb
    For the new year, just days old, beginning today, always beginning: We light our chalice, symbol of faith, perseverance, and hope, in astonished...
  • Welcome Home
    From WorshipWeb
    Welcome, you questioners, seekers of Truth with a capital T, pilgrims longing for sanctuary, travelers needing harbor from the storm. Welcome, those who...
  • Commissioning of RE Teachers
    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...
  • To Be Resilient
    From Braver/Wiser
    There are many spiritual lessons from the natural world, and this is one for me: oxbow lakes as as a combination of resiliency, strength, and flexibility.
  • Blessing for Lay Leaders
    From WorshipWeb
    As we begin a new year together, let us offer our blessing to the lay leaders who invest their time and care in the well-being of this congregation....
  • Learning to Love This World
    From WorshipWeb
    We gather together this morning tenderly—like drops of dew on a leaf of grass hopefully—like gathered raindrops in a cloud gleefully—like water...
  • A Place of Belonging and Caring
    From WorshipWeb
    It is not by chance that you arrived here today. You have been looking for something larger than yourself....
  • A New Year for Beloved Community
    From WorshipWeb
    Happy new year! Happy new year for our beloved community. Happy new school year.
  • Invoking the Past, Present and Future
    From WorshipWeb
    Come, let us enter this space of hope and community. Come, let us enter this space with our sorrows, our joys, our passion and compassion. Come. let us...