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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Worship Planning as Hospitality
From LeaderLab
Like many Unitarian and Universalist ministers of yore, I’m a circuit-riding preacher: a perpetual guest minister. (Not many 19th century traditions...
The Art of Worship Planning
From LeaderLab
Professional chefs and bakers adhere to a strict commandment: mise en place. (If you want to sound especially authentic, it’s pronounced “meese on...

Life | UU World

Love what you love
From Life
We can be cheerleaders for people’s simple joys—even if we don’t share them.

Skinner House Books

Story, Song and Spirit
Fun and Creative Worship Services for All Ages
From Skinner House Books

These multigenerational worship services offer new ways to celebrate the beginning of the church year, Christmas, coming of age and Earth Day, as well as services for any time, to engage children through elders.

The Shared Pulpit
A Sermon Seminar for Lay People
From Skinner House Books

A workshop guide to develop preaching experience among lay people. This 8-session seminar includes a leader's guide, readings, sample sermons, and exercises to help first-time preachers polish their craft.

Spirit | UU World

Allowing meditation to be messy
From Spirit
We need to rethink what ‘successful’ meditation looks like.

Worship Lab

Deepening Diversity in Worship
From Worship Lab
If you’re trying to build a worship service that's anti-racist and decenters whiteness, you start in one spot.
Trauma-Informed Worship
From Worship Lab
Church is for helping people stay human in the face of inhumane circumstances.
Dismantling White Supremacy Culture in Worship
From Worship Lab
When we learn to dismantle the markers and habits of white supremacy in our worship life, we get free together.
Messages for All Ages for Online Worship
From Worship Lab
Videos that you can weave into your online and livestreamed worship services.

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