New Year

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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 Year.

  • Transforming the New Year

    Tim Atkins

    From Braver/Wiser
    What’s the one word you hope will define your upcoming year?
  • Freedom Soup

    Join the celebration in the kitchen as a family makes their traditional New Year’s soup - and shares the story of how Haitian independence came to be.

  • Chalice Lighting for the New Year

    Lisa Doege

    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...
  • Next Year's Words

    Tim Atkins

    From Braver/Wiser
    When I’m questioning what’s the right thing to do, I will look to my word of the year for guidance.
  • A Stream of Living History

    Erika A. Hewitt

    From WorshipWeb
    This ritual entails having an empty vase on the altar, and cut flowers....
  • Queer Prayer for Winter Nights

    Jade Sylvan

    From Uplift
    As we gather in the darkness and the light let us give thanks and witness to our chosen families who we have traveled a lifetime to find.
  • The Work of Creation

    Israel Buffardi

    From WorshipWeb
    I invite you now to join me in the spirit of meditation and imagination. Find a comfortable position in your seat and close your eyes....
  • Gratitude Confetti

    Karen G. Johnston

    From WorshipWeb
    Let us ground ourselves in gratitude: using the colorful paper and something to write with, we prepare for our Gratitude Confetti ritual....
  • Coming Together at Year’s End

    Paul Vachon

    From WorshipWeb
    As we come together, let us pause to take stock of the year now concluding: its moments of happiness and hurt, its times of accomplishment and failure, ...
  • First Comes the Waiting

    Erika A. Hewitt

    From WorshipWeb
    This is the season of endings and beginnings, when the small signs of dawn pierce through the night and something new is born. But first comes the waiting.