Materials on these themes can also be found through a search of the WorshipWeb database.
Social Justice Collections
- Black Lives Matter: WorshipWeb pieces created by UUs in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement for justice.
- Compassion for Refugees & Immigrants: resources that respond to the Syrian refugee crisis, and immigration of all kinds
- Selma Sunday: Worship resources commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Selma, Alabama voting rights campaign.
- Ethical Eating Worship Guide (PDF): A worship resource supplement with readings and sermon extracts.
- Immigration: Suggested hymns, songs, readings, poems, and prayers.
- Worship resources for Accessibility and Equal Access
- Hymns and Readings for a Living Wage
- Side with Love: A growing collection of worship resources to support the ongoing Side with Love campaign.
- Worship resources for tough economic times
- After the Election: resources that respond to the U.S. Presidential election of 2016
Accessibility and Equal Access
- Accessibility: Worship resources for equal access.
Collections for Difficult Times
- Ecological Disasters: Worship Resources to help respond liturgically to ecological disasters such as the Gulf oil spill, hurricane Katrina, the Indian Ocean tsanami of 2004, and global warming.
- Making Sense of Tough Economic Times: the challenges of difficult economic times are felt deeply and viscerally within our communities, yet all too often the topic of money is rarely addressed in congregations. These resources model a different approach.
- Responses to 9/11: a prayer composed on the seventh anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, 2001, and a link to archived materials created in the immediate aftermath of the deadliest terrorist attack in United States history.
- Responses to the Boston Marathon Bombing Tragedy (PDF, 13 pages): this collection of prayers, meditations, and readings is in response to the Boston Marathon tragedy that occurred on April 15, 2013.
- The Inauguration of President Barack Obama: the Inauguration of the United States' 44th President was historic on many levels, and the American Folk Life Center of the Library of Congress issued an invitation to religious communities to submit sermons, prayers, and other materials for their collection. We did the same.
- Margaret Fuller Bicentennial: To help celebrate the bicentennial of the birth of Margaret Fuller a collection of worship materials has been assembled.