Maureen Killoran

Rev. Maureen Killoran smiles at someone off-camera

Born in Canada, Rev. Maureen Killoran has, over the past 30 years, served UU congregations in Ohio, British Columbia, Oregon, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Maryland, Texas, and Florida.

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In Need of Healing

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Welcome, you who come in need of healing, you who are confused, or have been betrayed. Welcome, with your problems and your pain....
Daring Vision

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We extinguish this chalice flame, daring to carry forward the vision of this free faith, that freedom, reason and justice will one day prevail in this...
Blessed Are All Living Things

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For the blessing of animal companions we give thanks. For the beautiful ones, those whose fur is silky and whose tails are long; whose feathers are...
Cherish Your Dreams

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The poet Langston Hughes has written: "Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly." May this chalice flame...
May Each Person's Backpack Be Their Friend

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Each person (mostly children but some adults will have brought their backpacks too) comes forward with their backpack and stands in a group. The prayer...
July 4th Meditation

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Spirit of Life and Love, I come before you black and brown and red and yellow and alabaster, I come longing for the simpler days that truly never were o...
A Blessing for Bridging

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[Names], as you step forward into your next chapter, we send with you our fondest hopes and blessings....
Mother's Day Blessing Litany

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This piece can be read as a meditation, or used as a litany, in which the congregation responds to each line (in unison), "We ask a blessing on this day...
Holy is this place

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Blessed is this ground on which we stand. Holy is this place....
Let Us Tell Stories of Mothers

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Let us tell the stories of mothers… stories that could be true....

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