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  • By Joan Javier-Duval
    Here here is where you can lay it down Lay down all that you have carried the weight of the world that has rounded your back leaving you...
  • By Molly Housh Gordon
    The author suggests supplementing this Time for All Ages with a PowerPoint/slide show of interesting doors and asking the kids to imagine...
  • By Jennifer "Jo" VonRue, Linette Lowe
    Welcome to this space, this sanctuary of peace where we come to not only create our best selves, but to also do the work of creating a...
  • By Barnaby Feder
    All bread is the product of relationship between seed, soil, sun, rain and people...
  • By Andrée Mol
    When I venture out to bring you to shelter, that is where love begins.
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    In the houses of the holy, the world pauses. In the hearts of the holy, Love abides. In the havens of the holy, Hope comforts. In the...
  • By Theresa I. Soto
    I know sometimes you get cranky, And sometimes your tea gets cold Before you can drink it. Sometimes The news is too much. The resistance...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Spirit of Life and Love, known by many names and yet fully known by none, we give thanks for this time and this place of renewal. We give thanks for the ability to begin again: after the disaster, after the tragedy, after the loss, after meeting the challenge set before us. Grant us the courage to...
  • By Ian W. Riddell
    Come one, come all! Come with your missing pieces and your extra screws Come with your hard edges and your soft spots Come with your bowed...
  • 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 Vernā Myers
    "Diver sity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance."
  • By Victoria E Safford
    People ask me sometimes, “Is this a gay church?” It is a privilege to answer: “Ours is absolutely, gladly, hopefully and humbly, gaily, a...
  • By Nancy Shaffer
    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;...
  • By Maryah Converse
  • By Maryah Converse
    While created as a Time for All Ages, the footnotes in this resource contain suggestions for expanding this moment into an entire Children's Chapel. ...
  • By Maryah Converse, Ellen Rockett
    These banners, based on welcoming signs by Maryah Converse, are designed for use on Facebook, Twitter, and GooglePlus. The banners'...
  • By Maryah Converse, Ellen Rockett
    These banners, based on welcoming signs by Maryah Converse, are designed for use on Facebook, Twitter, and GooglePlus. The banners'...
  • By Jennifer Kitchen
    Come sit by our fire and let us share stories. Let me hear your tales of far off lands, wanderer, and I will tell you of my travels. Share...
  • By Theresa I. Soto, Tracy Bleakney
    Let us welcome this child into our home with warmth, nourishment, and love. Demos bienvenida a este niño, a nuestra casa con simpatia, alimento, y cariño
  • By Maryah Converse
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  • By Amy Carol Webb
    How often we seek refuge in this sacred flame ...
  • By Cynthia Landrum
    Mindful that ...
  • By Jay Wolin
    Are we a people of holding on or of letting go? ...
  • By Ric Masten
    if we show them at all most of us who write our secrets down and call it poetry prefer to slip it under the door and run, and if we must be...
  • By Keith Goheen
    Let ours be praying hands, reaching out with the blessed energy rising in our souls and offering it freely in service to this shared ministry.
  • By Becky Brooks
    Once upon a time there was a teacher named Sophia. Sophia had been a teacher in the town where she lived for so long that the kids she...
  • By Karen Lewis Foley
    May we honor and hold gently our past. May we live fully our present. May we hope toward and build our future, Living our mission [insert...
  • By Sandra Fees
    Since ancient times, shaman, priests, and elders have blessed sacred spaces as well as the communities that have gathered in them. And so we too gather to bless this space and to bless those who will use it now and in the years to come.
  • By Kathy A Huff
    Spirit of life, be present with us this hour. Join us today as we gather in a wider search for truth and purpose. In this quest, may we...
  • By Marianne Hachten Cotter
    Welcome to this place of possibility! This is love's hearth, the home of hope, a refuge for minds in search of truth unfolding, ever...
  • By Krista Taves
    Leader: Whether you have come here with heart full or heart empty, with spirits high or low, rested or tired, hopeful or despairing,...
  • By Jeffrey A. Lockwood
    The most important thing that I’ve learned in traveling to more than twenty countries is the art of being a guest. And I’m a particularly...
  • By Jeffrey A. Lockwood
    When we are not alienated, when love draws us into the suffering of others, when we see our happiness entwined in their well-being, then generosity is neither foolish nor heroic. It is the simplest and most obvious choice.
  • By Erik Walker Wikstrom
    We light this chalice for all who are here, and all who are not; ...
  • By Michael DeVernon Boblett
    May the walls of this house be strong in the face of storms: Whether of winds or of words, whether of thunder or of tyranny. May the...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    I hope you all had the opportunity to meet someone new this morning, and I certainly hope to meet all our first-time guests this morning...
  • By Victoria Weinstein
    This congregation is a theologically diverse religious community with membership open to all who are in accordance with our principles,...
  • By Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley
    Reading Genesis 16:1-6, 21:1-17 Sermon When I was studying for the ministry, one of the expectations was that each week, the entire...
  • By Annie Foerster
    Come we now out of the darkness of our unknowing ...
  • By Oberlin UU Fellowship, Oberlin, OH
    We light this chalice to find inner peace, love for each other, and faith in ourselves. Also, to be welcoming to whomever we meet and kind to all living creatures. So gather around this light of hope as we share this time together.
  • By Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley
    Why should we intentionally work for diversity? The responses to this question vary widely. Of course, hard demographic realities suggest...
  • By Marilyn Sewell
    Radical hospitality. Radical means “out of the ordinary,” “revolutionary,” even. So what would it mean to receive someone—a stranger—with a...

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