Water Communion

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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 Water Communion.

  • Watershed

    Martina Thompson

    From WorshipWeb
    Watershed moments are turning points, moments that permanently alter an understanding.
  • Water Communion: Departing from Travelogues
    From Worship Lab
    How might Unitarian Universalists acknowledge the sacred sources of people's water, in the annual Water Ceremony, without creating a parade of privilege and/or centering the ritual around an open mic?
  • The Vessel of Compassion: A Water Communion Story

    Katie Gelfand

    From WorshipWeb
    This story is great to be acted out by four women (of applicable ages for each direction) around a large bowl/vessel.
  • To Be Resilient

    Tim Atkins

    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.
  • The Strength of Water

    Jamila Batchelder , Molly Housh Gordon

    From WorshipWeb
    The strength of water takes on many, many forms—just as each of you has a unique and necessary strength that you bring to our community and to the work...
  • The Cycle That Connects Us

    Molly Housh Gordon, Jamila Batchelder

    From WorshipWeb
    Rain falls upon the surface of the earth, and pulled by gravity each drop begins to flow downhill....
  • Learning to Love This World

    Molly Housh Gordon

    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...
  • Memorial Garden Blessing

    Amy Zucker Morgenstern

    From WorshipWeb
    This was written as a blessing for pouring out the Water Communion waters onto a memorial garden. Like water that swells rivers and fills the ocean, the...
  • All Water Is Connected

    Myke Johnson

    From WorshipWeb
    In our water ritual, we bring water from the places we live or the places we may have visited and pour it in one container. All of the water mixes...
  • We Gather As Many Drops

    Leslie Takahashi

    From WorshipWeb
    We gather as many drops, each winding our own path down life’s surfaces and ruts. Here we pool together as a single body, flowing together for a time.