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  • By Karen G. Johnston
    Ours is a world alive and aloud with the presence of creatures and critters. Animals abound, interwoven in our human lives and wholly independent. This is the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
  • By Marilynne Robinson
    Everyone has petted a cat, but to touch one like that, with the pure intention of blessing it, is a very different thing. It stays the mind.
  • By Jake Tidmore
    This song by Jake Tidmore is about animal rescue. He's provided WorshipWeb with sheet music in the key of F and the key of E flat . I was...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    For the blessing of animal companions we give thanks. For the beautiful ones, those whose fur is silky and whose tails are long; whose...
  • By Ian W. Riddell
    Come hoof and trunk and tail and horn and paw and wing and claw; Come bird and reptile, mammal born all full of nature’s law. Bring bark...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    We give thanks for the earth and its creatures and are grateful from A to Z: For alligators, apricots, acorns and apple trees; For...
  • By Christine C. Robinson
    Minister: Surrounded by the animals we love, we remember with gratitude the pets, protectors, and animal companions who have blessed our...
  • By Katherine A Jesch
    During a Blessing of the Animals, it is customary for members of the congregation to bring their animal companions with them to the service...
  • By Thomas Rhodes
    You Birds of the Air, Hawk, Sparrow, and laughing Jay You embody freedom itself, delight us with your song, astound us with feats of...
  • By Naomi King
    Once there was and once there was not a family of dogs. Like many dog families, there were dogs that had wandered off the street and dogs...
  • By Albert Schweitzer
    A person is ethical only when life, as such, is sacred, that of plants and animals as that of other men and women, and when one devotes...