Compassion for Refugees Collection

Unitarian Universalists (UUs) speak love and compassion to xenophobia and all forms of intolerance. WorshipWeb offers these resources, which can also be used in conjuction with #WeDefy events:

Prayers & Chalice Lightings

Poetry, Reflections, and Readings

Other Worship Resources

Arabic Signs to Welcome Refugees

UU young adult Maryah Converse has created a selection of signs in Arabic and English to express welcome and care for Arabic-speaking refugees.

Syrian refugee Mahmoud, in the underground shelter where he lives with his family in El Akbiya, Lebanon, Friday, September 20, 2013. He shares a tiny room measuring 2.5m x 3.5 metres with his parents and eight siblings.
A long line of Syrian Kurdish refugees travel across a parched field intoto Turkey
"Be welcome and at ease, beloved friends!" in English and Arabic