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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 New Child.

  • A Seed Knows How to Wait

    Hope Jahren

    From WorshipWeb
    A seed knows how to wait. Most seeds wait for several years before starting to grow; a cherry seed can wait for a hundred years with no problem. What...
  • Love Shine Rounds Me Like a Light
    From WorshipWeb
    As I go to sleep tonight, Please, love, hug my family tight. With stars and moon so big and bright Love shines round me like a light. As I go to sleep...
  • We Go on Loving

    David Richo

    From WorshipWeb
    What makes us human beings so uniquely wonderful in this puzzling universe is that we never give up on love....
  • A Baptism

    Robert R Walsh

    From WorshipWeb
    She called to ask if I would baptize her infant son. I said, "What we do is like a baptism, but not exactly....
  • Go Boldly

    Jean M. Olson

    From WorshipWeb
    May you be brave enough to expose your aching woundedness and reveal your vulnerability....
  • It Takes a UU Village to Raise a UU Child

    Tess Baumberger

    From WorshipWeb
    Leader 1: It takes a Unitarian Universalist Village to raise a Unitarian Universalist Child. We will read what we believe important for our children to...
  • Receive, O Mystery, the words of our hearts

    Lindsay Bates

    From WorshipWeb
    Receive, O Mystery, the words of our hearts. If prayer worked like magic—if I knew the words that would guarantee prayer's power—I know what I would...
  • Prayer for our Children

    Robert F Kaufmann

    From WorshipWeb
    We wish for you a storm or two that you may enjoy the calm. We wish for you tranquility in time of trial....
  • Children of the earth and sky

    Alice Berry

    From WorshipWeb
    Children of the earth and sky, we are nurtured, sustained, given warmth and light from above and below....
  • And How Are the Children?

    Patrick T O'Neill

    From WorshipWeb
    Among the most accomplished and fabled tribes of Africa, no tribe was considered to have warriors more fearsome or more intelligent than the mighty Masai.