Winter Solstice / Yule

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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 Winter Solstice / Yule.

  • The Craft of Winter Solstice
    From Braver/Wiser
    This is the solstice, the still point of the sun, its cusp and midnight, the year’s threshold and unlocking, where the past lets go of and becomes the...
  • O Holy Darkness, Loving Womb
    From WorshipWeb
    This hymn text was written to accompany the tune St. Louis, commonly known as "O Little Town of Bethlehem" (#246 in Singing the Living Tradition)....
  • The Last Leaf
    From WorshipWeb
    Once, many grey autumns ago, I came upon a tree. The tree, a poplar, had dropped all of its leaves but for one, just one. Exactly one leaf remained near...
  • Meditation on the Four Directions
    From WorshipWeb
    In the pagan tradition, which is grounded in a respect and reverence for the natural world, calling upon the four directions is the usual way to begin a...
  • Christmas Comes Whether You’re Ready or Not
    From WorshipWeb
    I am always in a bit of a shock when December 1st arrives on the calendar. I always feel like there should be at least another week beyond Thanksgiving...
  • In the Darkness of the Winter
    From WorshipWeb
    http://www.uua.org/sites/live-new.uua.org/files/in_the_darkness_of_the_… Music (PDF) In the darkness of the winter, quiet hearts beneath the sky, we are...
  • Celebrate Your Holidays With Us
    Unitarian Universalism is a place of peace, hope, acceptance, and multiplicity. Join us for the winter holidays.
  • Psalm for the Wintered Soul
    From WorshipWeb
    To the Weaver of Molecules, the Spinner of Stars the Impulse that gives birth to the Universe, to the Earth, to Me In the deepest, darkest night of my...
  • December 24
    From WorshipWeb
    December twenty-fourth, The Flaming Chalice (1965). The Unitarian Service Committee adopted the flaming chalice as their logo in 1941. Years later, in...
  • December 23
    From WorshipWeb
    December twenty-third, “O Holy Night” (1855). The first English translation of "O Holy Night" was by Unitarian minister John Sullivan Dwight, who...