Teamwork

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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 Teamwork.

  • Honoring the Relational
    From WorshipWeb
    Speaking from the heart can turn an ordinary meeting into a rewarding one.
  • Blessing for the Beginning of the Religious Education Year
    From WorshipWeb
    Today we kick off Religious Education classes with [over number registered] children and youth in our congregation....
  • Work in Commitment and Love
    From WorshipWeb
    As we light this chalice [this evening], may it serve to give us clarity of purpose and illumine our way as we set about doing the work of this...
  • Magic Is Afoot
    From WorshipWeb
    The word liturgy is a fancy word meaning the formulation of a religious service. Its etymology tells us that it means “the work of the people.” In many...
  • The Work of the Congregation
    From WorshipWeb
    We light this chalice to honor our work, to celebrate our community, and to bring hope and determination to our mission in the wider world.
  • This Is the Hour
    From WorshipWeb
    This is the hour. The time has come. Mindful of our responsibilities as leaders of this faith and guardians of the living tradition, we call upon that...
  • Honoring Congregational Ancestors
    From WorshipWeb
    Our [congregation name] ancestors are the ones who physically bought this land*, built some of our buildings, raised the money to create this space.
  • Invitation to Join the Journey
    From WorshipWeb
    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 surprise and...
  • Prayer for This Church
    From WorshipWeb
    May each one among us have skin that longs to touch other skin: fingertips that long for other fingertips or whole hands and even arms; bodies that want...
  • March Madness
    From WorshipWeb
    One of the potential spiritual lessons of sports comes in its ability to connect people—to each other as well as to a team of strangers. Not too long...