Dia de los Muertos

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  • By Elea Kemler
    From Braver/Wiser
    In the eighteen years I’ve served as minister of my small-town congregation, I have led 96 memorial services, most for people I have loved. The longer I stay, the deeper I love and the more I grieve.
  • By Lori Walke
    From WorshipWeb
    Holy One, on this day of remembrance we say aloud their names again: the names of those who died this year. Died — the word is jarring. So...
  • By Leslie Takahashi
    From WorshipWeb
    In the daily weave of our lives, those who have died are still strong, guiding threads. Theirs is the golden glimmer or perhaps the...
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    From WorshipWeb
    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 Heather K Janules
    From WorshipWeb
    They once dwelled among us, the people of memory. They who knew us, they who taught us, They who hurt us, they who loved us. They touch our...
  • By Erica Baron
    From WorshipWeb
    Leader: [ if applicable: In addition to our own beloved dead], we take the time to acknowledge all those already lost as the world feels...
  • By Patricia Shelden
    From WorshipWeb
    In this hour of holy stillness we gather to honor the life and the person we love. In this hour of Holy Stillness we remind ourselves that...
  • By S. William Feiss
    From WorshipWeb
    We light this flame ...
  • By Katie Kandarian-Morris
    From WorshipWeb
    As we begin to settle to a deeper more inward place; to be fully present right now in this place made for head and heart together; we might...
  • Día de los muertos (Day of the Dead) is a festive celebration in memory of those who have died. Its origins in Mesoamerica go back over 3,000 years, even though it was shaped by two Roman Catholic holidays: All Saints Day (November 1) and All Souls Day (November 2). In Spanish, All Saints Day and...