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  • By Jann Aldredge-Clanton
    This hymn text was written to accompany the tune St. Louis, commonly known as "O Little Town of Bethlehem" (#246 in Singing the Living...
  • By Rebecca Parker
    You have to know your body as the home of God And this is the purpose of Christmas. The rose blossoming in the wilderness is the unfolding...
  • By Laura Horton-Ludwig
    The wheel of the year has turned again. Once more the Thanksgiving season has arrived. How shall we sing our song of gratitude now? For...
  • By Anne Mason
    O Maker of Order and Shaper of Beauty, we are grateful for the world in which we live. Instill in us that sense of awe, that we may walk...
  • By Anne Mason
    Spirit of Life, your very presence among us is what gives us connection. Help us to sense that beneath our feet is the strength we need to...
  • By Matt Alspaugh
    A glass of tea sweats a circle of droplets on an old table Drying, they pull dirt and stain from the wood, leaving a ring Water makes its...
  • By Ian W. Riddell
    Come, come, whoever you are. Do you hear that voice calling you, calling us? That voice which calls us together here today in this room...
  • By Adam Lawrence Dyer
    That first breath must be delicious. It must be more tantalizing, more intoxicating than any drug, fragrant like no flower will ever be...
  • By Nancy Shaffer
    When you heard that voice and knew finally it called for you and what it was saying—where were you? Were you in the shower, wet and soapy,...
  • By Alix Klingenberg
    Spirit of Life, Earth and Sea and Sky, Place of deep longing in my heart Find your way from silence to voice Give me strength and courage...
  • By Lorelei Greenwood-Jones
    Leader: For the love of all began with the world. Congregation: All of Nature is sacred. L: Every creature is a thinking, feeling being. C...
  • By Michael Tino
    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...
  • By David M. Horst
    From night into day, From chill into warmth, From sleep into awakening, We open our hearts to the wonder of life, Born again.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    This Time for All Ages is greatly enhanced by visual elements. If you're able to create a slide show, it may be helpful to show the accompanying images, as well as diagrams of the geocentric and heliocentric models of the solar system. ...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    Holy grandparents of the Universe...energies of creation...endless mysteries of life: You are the music that sounded before our world was...
  • By Sara Eileen LaWall
    Out of the flames of fear ...
  • By Ruben Piirainen, Suzelle Lynch
    Sheet Music (PDF) ...
  • By Fr. Austin Fleming
    This prayer was written to accompany the Advent hymn "People, Look East," #226 in Singing the Living Tradition. Spirit of the Living God,...
  • By Robert R Walsh
    I heard the Second Brandenburg Concerto played in honor of Bach’s 300th birthday, and I was swept away. I remembered a story about the...
  • By Katie Kandarian-Morris
    Here we have come into this sacred space— quieter now with our readiness Hushed voices, hoping, trusting for so many things: For connection...
  • By Peter Friedrichs
    Why is this blank page staring back at me, mocking, like an affliction, and fraught with dread? How can it hold such sway, this simple...
  • By Bob Janis-Dillon
    I vote we let the artists win the ones covered in paint from their last attempt to smuggle across the beauty of a bowl of fruit the 14-year...
  • By Cynthia Landrum
    For the wonder and inspiration We seek from sun and stars And all the lights of the heavens We light this chalice.
  • By Jay Wolin
    I know not where you are, Whether your soul is traveling the universal highway Or as I imagine, sitting at the left hand of God Being...
  • By Peter Friedrichs
    What is the history of any thing? This apple, let's say, that my grandson just picked as he sits on my shoulders, feet dangling like...
  • By Katie Kandarian-Morris
    O God of many names, the personal and mysterious, We have come to a quiet time, an interior place, a place for the deepening of spirit, the...
  • By Katie Kandarian-Morris
    As we begin to settle to a deeper more inward place; to be fully present right now in this place made for head and heart together; we might...
  • By Jennifer McGlothin
    As the first hint of green begins to peek through the barren ground ...
  • By Elizabeth H. Norton, Rebecca Parker
    Sheet Music (PDF) for "There Is A Love." There is a love holding me / us. There is a love holding all that I / we love. There is a love...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Chalice Lighting #434 in Singing the Living Tradition : May we be reminded here of our highest aspirations, and inspired to bring our gifts...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This quote, from Peter Mayer's hymn "Blue Boat Home" ( Singing the Journey #1064) was created for use & sharing on social media.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This image, containing words from Peter Mayer's hymn "Blue Boat Home" ( Singing the Journey #1064), was created for use on social media.
  • By Marni Harmony
    (adapted from the original) ...
  • By Lynn Ungar
    The universe does not revolve around you. The stars and planets spinning through the ballroom of space dance with one another quite outside...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    It’s a pilgrimage, like a trek around Mount Kailash, or perhaps Bodh Gaya, but it’s life itself, the whole thing, every moment. On the high...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    Like those shepherds who were on the hillsides with their flocks, like those wise ones in their observatories with their telescopes and...
  • By Martha Dallas
    Imagine with me for a moment, things that you love about life, things that you love about being alive. What do you love about life, and...
  • By Janet Hutchinson
    Of course I want the truth, but here’s the rub: Truth doesn’t sit around still as a rock, it breathes and flows and turns inside out. Ever...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    Barukh atah, Emeth! Blest are you, o Truth. Like the fabled Moses, I too can never claim to have seen you “face to face.” Too often, I’ve...
  • By Dana Capasso
    The delicate, flapping wings of a butterfly have the power to set molecules of air in motion, in turn moving more molecules of air—a tiny act that is eventually capable of affecting weather patterns on the other side of the planet. This notion comes from a concept within Chaos Theory called the...
  • By Rebecca A Edmiston-Lange
    with a bow to Ysaye Barnwell and Stephanie Kaza Spirit within all, mysterious force giving shape to life, miraculous source and river of...
  • By Alicia Forde
    I lift my eyes up to the hills from where will my help come? My help comes from Love abundant. my help comes from the hills my help—my help...
  • By Robert T Weston
    There is a living web that runs through us To all the universe Linking us each with each and through all life On to the distant stars. Each...
  • By Mark L. Belletini
    I am part of you, O Truth Unfolding. I am part of you. I am part of a cosmos. I cannot see either its edge or its end. How amazing! I am...
  • By Jay Wolin
    When I look up into the night sky, I am in awe of all that is. There in a far away galaxy A star has died, Yet it is still bright for my...
  • By Nancy Shaffer
    When I begin to bless this food and close my eyes I lose myself first just in green: how do leaves grow themselves this green and how do...
  • By Paul R Beedle
    In all sacred literature, the hearts of the storytellers are revealed in the stories, their breath is felt in the words on the page, and we...
  • By Thomas Starr King
    “I believe that if, on every Sunday morning before going to church, we could be lifted to a mountain-peak and see a horizon line of six...
  • By Stephen M Shick
    We float on a sea hidden beneath dry surfaces covered by stones. Isn’t this why we drink and dive so deeply go down to the sea in ships...

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