Justice Sunday

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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 Justice Sunday.

  • A Blessing for the Front Lines
    From WorshipWeb
    Oh you You rebel You queer and wayward child You abandoned and listless You angry and forgotten You brown and black and indigenous You homeless and...
  • Blessed Are the Queer
    From WorshipWeb
    Blessed are the wanderers, Seeking affirmation. Blessed are the worshipers, Praying from closets, Pulpits, pews, and hardship. Blessed are the lovers of...
  • Reflections after Thrive Young Adult
    From Future of Faith
    Kaitlin Dey, Thrive Young Adult alumni 2016 and 2017, shared this reflection at her congregation last Sunday. I spent the last 10 days in New Orleans. I...
  • We Imagine a Path
    From WorshipWeb
    We bow our heads in order to imagine not one path, but many. We imagine a path forward for those who cannot imagine any path forward, because of poor...
  • A Spark of Hope
    From WorshipWeb
    If ever there were a time for a candle in the darkness, this would be it....
  • We Answer the Call of Love
    From WorshipWeb
    In the face of hate, We answer the call of love.
  • Vessels of Life-Saving Welcome
    From WorshipWeb
    The flaming chalice was first used by the Unitarian Service Committee as a symbol of life-saving refuge for people fleeing persecution in Europe. As we...
  • Prayer for Hopelessness
    From WorshipWeb
    The days that come and carry away your spirit, your spark — bow down. Lay your head on the hard earth and let your brokenness join the death that is...
  • Each of us ministers to a weary world
    From WorshipWeb
    There is too much hardship in this world to not find joy, every day There is too much injustice in this world to not right the balance, every day There ...
  • A Prayer Addressing All Hungers
    From WorshipWeb
    We are hungry We are eating our daily bread and bowing our heads and yet we are hungry We are thanking the farmer and the farm worker and yet we are hun...