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  • By Debra Haffner
    Happy new year! ...
  • By Katie Romano Griffin
    Come, let us enter this space of hope and community. Come, let us enter this space with our sorrows, our joys, our passion and compassion...
  • By Kendyl R Gibbons
    Our communities of memory and promise are founded upon covenants because we all need a defense against the impulse of immediate feelings...
  • By Leslie Ahuvah Fails
    All that we have been separately and all that we will become together is stretched out before and behind us like stars scattered across a...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life and Love, known by many names and yet fully known by none, we give thanks for this time and this place of renewal. We give thanks for the ability to begin again: after the disaster, after the tragedy, after the loss, after meeting the challenge set before us. Grant us the courage to...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Note: this was written for a worship service with a Wizard of Oz theme. Come you accidental pilgrims, you who find yourself on a journey of...
  • By Jennifer Kitchen
    Come sit by our fire and let us share stories. Let me hear your tales of far off lands, wanderer, and I will tell you of my travels. Share...
  • By Cynthia Frado
    Creator of Life, Source of All Being It was from the particles of the Universe that you formed me... Iron and carbon and phosphorous Mixed...
  • 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 Gregory Pelley
    We gather, from the ebb and flow of our lives, thirsty for connection to ourselves, thirsty for connection to others and thirsty for connection to the larger life.
  • By Elizabeth Lerner Maclay
    As drops of rain that find each other and build to become a track, a rivulet, a stream, a river, a sea, so are we drawn together; so are we...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life, Ground of our being, Root of unified mystery Growing into myriad branches of expression, Bring us together now. Bring us...
  • By Charlie Dieterich
    Ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus claimed changed is a constant, therefore we may never step in the same river twice. So it is with generations. Each new child brings new ideas and new perceptions to our community. Those who help our children grow—our teachers—are the bridge between the old and new.
  • By Nathan C. Walker
    The question is not, “What happens when we die?” Nobody really knows. The real question is, “What happens when we stop living?” The...
  • By Janet Parsons
    The flame of our chalice this morning is a symbol of the warmth and brightness of our connections. The flame lights our way back together again From our separate summer lives, and it lights our way forward Into this new church year of promise and renewal.
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Is the world getting more connected or more fragmented? Facebook, in conjunction with the University of Milan, recently announced that there were only 4.74 "degrees of separation" among its 700 million users (representing 10% of the world's population). That contrasts with the famous six degrees...
  • By Ruth E Gibson
    ALL: We come together as a living church. WORSHIP LEADER: We come together from different places as unique individuals. Our paths and the...
  • By Barbara Hamilton-Holway
    We gather here as individual people: young and old; male and female; temporarily able and disabled; gay, lesbian, bisexual and straight...
  • By Tamara Lebak
    Ingathering Prayer/Meditation or Opening Words
  • 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 Eric Cherry
    Many Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations follow an annual Ingathering tradition on the first Sunday after Labor Day that includes a...
  • By Jane Altman Page
    I invite you to join me in a special ingathering ritual in which we will gather in energy and love from all directions. Your responsive...

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