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  • Saturday, September 21, 2019
    (Celebration)
    Usually September 21. A time to remember cycles, seasons, the inevitability of change. A time to make an inner turn as nature makes a turn of Her own. Celebrating the Autumnal (Fall) Equinox
  • Usually September 21 (2019: September 22). A time to remember cycles, seasons, the inevitability of change. A time to make an inner turn as nature makes a turn of Her own. ...

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  • By Sharon Wylie
    The hours of day and night are in balance. ...
  • By Ben Soule
    Hold fast to summer. Enjoy with heightened appreciation these still-warm September days. Create more memories, take more pictures. Enjoy a...
  • By Diana Smith
    This hands-on ritual could be used to celebrate Earth Day, a Solstice, or an Equinox. Before the service begins, set up a table or two (or...
  • By Patrick DeSimio
    This hymn ( sheet music is available) was written as a Celtic-style harvest song. Come as the summer turns t'ward autumn; Come as the long-...
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    Gather we now into this space, this time when the Wheel turns and the Veil shatters. Gather we now to remember, to grieve, to prophesy, to...
  • By Erica Baron
    May you never thirst. May your body and your spirit always have what they need. When you are in need of refreshment, or new life, may the...
  • By David M. Horst
    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...
  • By Julia Hamilton
    (Suitable for reading in multiple voices) In the pagan tradition, which is grounded in a respect and reverence for the natural world,...
  • By Sarah Gettie McNeill
    Come in, from the crisp morning air outside, come in, wearing the autumn sunlight on your face, come, carrying the turning of the seasons...
  • By Edna St. Vincent Millay
    Now the autumn shudders In the rose's root, Far and wide the ladders Lean among the fruit. Now the autumn clambers Up the trellised frame...
  • By Martha Dallas
    I’m going to talk about something really powerful today: HOPE. And first, I have a question. Have you ever hoped for something? … and did...
  • By Rianna Johnson-Levy
    My high school years were speckled with trust walks. In my ­Unitarian Universalist youth group at the First UU Congre­gation of Ann Arbor, each year, the incoming freshmen were given blindfolds and a partner. They were led out into the dark, with only hands on their shoulders to guide them. When...
  • By Burton D Carley
    I do not know if the seasons remember their history or if the days and nights by which we count time remember their own passing. I do not...
  • By Elizabeth M Strong
    Please join with me in the spirit of meditation and prayer. We know the leaves are dying. We know that their blaze of beauty is a...
  • By Christine C. Robinson
    God of the Autumn, help us to live with the grace of falling leaves the enthusiasm of the flaming Aspens with the serenity of the old trees...
  • By Kerry Meuller
    Spirit of life, we are joined today in a moment of gratitude for a perfect fall day -- for a last blaze of sunshine in a sapphire sky,...
  • By Stephen M Shick
    Early spring awakens memories of a deeper cold and hopes of a warmer wetness, sprouting seeds and budding branches. Gray trees on gray sky...
  • By Amanda Poppei
    This is the home that love made. It is full of the love that the founders felt, when they planned out these walls and raised these beams...
  • By Alice Berry
    Children of the earth and sky, we are nurtured, sustained, given warmth and light from above and below. Supported by earth's strong, firm...
  • By Austin Putman
    Overview: Harvest, Balance, and Mulching for Spring Theme or Background: Equinox/Harvest Time Materials involved: Apples for folks to share...