Erika A. Hewitt

Erika wears a black clergy robe and a rainbow stole. She is speaking into a microphone and standing in front of two men mid-wedding ceremony.

Erika Hewitt (she/her/hers) is the UUA's Minister of Worship Arts, and Editor of Braver/Wiser, a weekly spirituality series. Erika lives in Maine, where she also serves as a wedding officiant.

Together with Becky Brooks, Erika is the author of Sparks of Wonder, a theme-based ministry resource. Erika's previous books are Story, Song and Spirit and The Shared Pulpit.

From Erika A. Hewitt

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Sparks of Wonder
Theme-Based Ministry for the Whole Congregation
Unitarian Universalist Views of Prayer
A pamphlet edited by Erika Hewitt (purchase).
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Braver/Wiser

The Question
From Braver/Wiser
I need to celebrate our human family, whose power and potential shimmer against the backdrop of deep time, because we aren’t at our best right now.
A Candle (Unscented) of Concern
From Braver/Wiser
May I have the wisdom to be curious when I find myself grumbling about “them.”
The Golden "No"
From Braver/Wiser
I feel disoriented when I’m in a new situation and I can’t figure out whether the rules are real or imaginary.
Ground Control
From Braver/Wiser
The most faithful, life-giving coping strategy—for me—is to attune to a voice calmer and wiser than mine.
The Smallest Biggest Number
From Braver/Wiser
If two is the smallest number in ethics, it's also the smallest seed of certainty; the way not to get lost.
Love What You Love
From Braver/Wiser
We can be cheerleaders for joy, and compassionate about the fact that we’re all just trying to survive.
Making Room at the Table
From Braver/Wiser
When it comes to living our expansive, inclusive, anti-oppression faith, we fall short.
This Is What We Do Here
From Braver/Wiser
A matter-of-fact gesture—a child taking my hand in worship, though I was a stranger—claimed me as part of something larger.

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