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  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    Failing to use a microphone is a form of exclusion. “When I’m excluded, I feel invisible. It’s as though I’m on the other side of a window from the room where almost everyone else is, and they don’t even notice that I’m stuck outside of their conversation.”

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  • By Jennifer Willet
    What images comes to mind when I say, “Labor Day”? ...
  • By Kendyl R Gibbons
    The Quinceañera tradition has its roots in the ancient cultures of Central and South America, and in Mexican Catholicism. It is a solemn as well as joyful custom, that honors the moment when a girl begins to take responsibility for her own values, commitments, and place in the world.
  • By Elizabeth Stevens
    We give thanks for your presence among us. You are living examples of courage and perseverance. We give thanks for the stories you have...
  • By Lisa Bovee-Kemper
    [touch hands to your own forehead, if it feels natural] May you be blessed with wisdom, knowledge and understanding. May your intellect...
  • By Lilia Cuervo
    From the time I was a baby, my mother often displayed her love for me by reciting a list of endearments such as: mi chiquitica linda, mi...
  • By Mary Howard
    When my 85-year-old parents moved into their retirement home five years ago, my Dad found a comfortable role schlepping mats, blocks, and...
  • By Jade Angelica
    For decades prior to my mother’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, we had suffered a strained relationship born from her alcoholism. When I learned...
  • By Laura Horton-Ludwig
    Take a moment to breathe into the silence. Our breath is always with us. We can always come back to the breath, our anchor, our grounding,...
  • By Jane E Mauldin
    My wakeful nights are fewer now that my children are growing older. A recent event reminded me of what I am missing. After a tremendously...
  • By Raziq Brown
    “So last week I tried to hang myself on a stretch of land off I–35,” said my friend, who I called my cousin. ...
  • By Rick Hoyt
    Go forth Because we are always going forth from somewhere Going from our homes, our childhoods Going from our cities and countries Going...
  • By William Laurence Sullivan
    To outgrow the past but not extinguish it; To be progressive but not raw, Free but not mad, critical but not sterile, expectant but not...
  • By Kayla Parker
    This body is not what it was I got shin splints from running today Ten years ago all I’d get was smelly feet My back aches just from...
  • By Virginia P Knowles
    Spirit of creative good, be with us when we are afraid. Grant us the courage to do what we have to do. Grant us the peace that passes...
  • By Anonymous
    For any of the components, below, you might insert other options from WorshipWeb's resources -- or write your own! Opening Words We are...
  • By Catherine Senghas
    * Ho Hum Vermont 's Long Trail? Can people my age learn to kayak or scuba dive? I already know I won't ever run the Boston Marathon…When I...
  • By Ken Nye
    As years go by and passions cool, we make love in places that young lovers only dream about. We make love at the kitchen table, a Scrabble...
  • By Ken Nye
    Someone told me once that Einstein thought time is a variable. That is to say that time is not a constant. Are you following this? I think...
  • By Helen Lutton Cohen
    In his book, Facing Death , Averil Stedeford recounts the following story about a woman who was diagnosed with a terminal illness: Mrs. N...
  • By Carol Hepokoski
    Today we are recognizing those in the congregation who have recently retired or are about to retire. The transition from an active work...
  • By Devorah Greenstein
    A sermon about language, power, and dis/ability.

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