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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Earth.

  • Under a White Sky

    Elizabeth Kolbert

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning author returns to humanity’s transformative impact on the environment, now asking: After doing so much damage, can we change nature, this time to save it?

  • Sacred Paths

    Lindasusan Ulrich

    From WorshipWeb
    We all honor the Spirit of Life, the Spirit of Compassion, the Spirit of Justice, the Spirit of Love
  • The Eternal, Calling

    Jake Morrill

    From Braver/Wiser
    The wilderness alongside every moment holds more than the silence that theologians imagine of God.
  • Fall Equinox Meditation

    Lori Gorgas Hlaban

    From WorshipWeb
    Like the sun moving toward the shortest day, each moment arises—and is gone before we know it.
  • Arm’s Length: Acts of Love in the Covid Era

    Karen G. Johnston

    From WorshipWeb
    Tip if you are video recording this story: you can have a clip of an adult stretching out their arm in one direction, then another clip of a different...
  • Birdsong

    A tender, luminous portrait of art, nature, and connecting across generations...

  • The Way of Imagination

    Scott Russell Sanders

    Prize-winning essayist turns to the imagination as a spiritual guide and material method of living through climate disruption, as climate change and broad extinction forever alter our place on the planet and our lives together...

  • The Changing and the Fixed

    Leslie Ahuvah Fails

    From Braver/Wiser
    What once seemed certain is now unpredictable, even dangerous.
  • Chalice Lighting for Winter Solstice

    Sharon Wylie

    From WorshipWeb
    This solstice night [or day] In honor of ancient traditions that celebrate this time of longest night, we observe that the flaming chalice holds the...
  • Surface Tension

    Tess Baumberger

    From WorshipWeb
    Of course there are people behaving badly during this pandemic, using it as an excuse to practice prejudice, to hoard, to blame; using it to divide and...

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