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  • By Sophia Lyon Fahs
    From From Long Ago and Many Lands by Sophia Lyon Fahs, second edition (Boston: Skinner House, 1995). Read or tell the story. When Jesus...
  • By Janeen K Grohsmeyer
    On Steve's sixth birthday, many people gave him gifts. His mother gave him a chess set and promised to teach him how to play after dinner...

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  • By Nicole Anderson
    Blessed are the homeless and those who beg for spare change, for they will inherit the house of the Lord.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    As the road or skies carry you toward your fellow pilgrims, may you sense the presence of those who travel with you in spirit, whose hopes and hearts are tucked into your pockets, who name your journey’s purpose as sacred.
  • By Kristin Joiner
    We're grateful to artist/designer Kristin Joiner for granting permission to share her sign on WorshipWeb. Joiner asks that this image not...
  • By Andrea Hawkins-Kamper
    May we see all as it is, and may it all be as we see it. May we be the ones to make it as it should be, For if not us, who? If not now,...
  • By Diana Smith
    Spirit of Life, We hold in our hearts the peaceful protestors of all tribes and faiths who are gathered at Standing Rock, protecting sacred...
  • By Julia Corbett-Hemeyer
    In the face of hate, We answer the call of love. In the face of exclusion, We answer the call of inclusion. In the face of homophobia, We...
  • By Debra Smith
    We are hungry for something that feeds more than bodies. We want the loaves and the fishes, the water and the wine of sweet justice for all.
  • By Bob Janis-Dillon
    Note: this reflection was written at the end of Rev. Janis-Dillon's week in Samos, Greece working in a Syrian refugee center. The people of...
  • By Elizabeth Lerner Maclay
    Source of all, This is my third attempt at a prayer. The first two revealed to me that I am angry, which I didn’t realize until I just...
  • By Karen Mooney
    Today we light our candle of remembrance. On April 19, 1943 the Jewish community in the Warsaw ghetto rose up against their captors in a...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Support democracy: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 5th Principle of Unitarian Universalism...
  • By Addae Ama Kraba
    O come all you faithful, rejoicing and victorious, Come, let us embrace the mystery in the spirit of life, as we celebrate the goodness of...
  • By Eric Cherry
    Spirit of Life, God of Justice, Mother of Creation, comfort those who suffer and struggle for peace and justice in our world.
  • By Lisa Sargent
    After I graduated from college, I worked for Planned Parenthood for several years. Most days, I walked through protestors to get to work. They usually carried crosses and said things like, "Jesus will forgive you if you repent for your work." It turned out that the most revolutionary thing I did...
  • By David Breeden
    In 1935, a US government truck pulled up to my grandfather’s house, a two-room sharecropper’s shack in which sixteen people lived. They were starving to death. Not malnutrition. Starvation. The truck brought surplus food, which on that particular visit consisted of a gallon of mustard. My father...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    A candle ritual with prayers in remembrance of Yom Ha'Shoah, the Day or Time of Catastrophe in remembrance of the Nazi regime's mass killings of Jews and others in Europe in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • By Anonymous
    Leader: We believe and trust that all people are equal in humanity: ...
  • By Paul Sprecher
    We light this chalice in memory of those who've struggled for justice...
  • By Peggy Clarke
    Tomatoes are arguably the most consumed fruit or vegetable in our country....28% of Americans eat a meal every day that contains at least...
  • By Audette Fulbright Fulson
    We give thanks for the gift of the brief and powerful life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; yet it is through our faithful acts of compassion in the struggle for justice that we make our most powerful prayer.
  • By Susan Jhirad
    A skit celebrating the contributions and struggles of famous UU women "in their own voices" as presented by the author.

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