Celebrating Easter

  • 2020: April 12
  • 2021: April 4
  • 2022: April 17

For many Unitarian Universalists, the resurrection narrative is often more metaphorical than literal. Many kinds of resurrection can be emphasized: rebirth of nature; resurrecting dreams and hopes; resurrecting dead relationships. In a general sense, the ultimate triumph of life over death. Hallelujah!

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  • Blessing of the Easter Baskets (WorshipWeb)
    By Lucas Hergert
    Tagged as: Abundance, Awe, Beauty, Community, Compassion, Family, Generosity, Gratitude, Happiness, Joy

Chalice Lighting

  • For Holy Days on Which We Recall the Old Stories (WorshipWeb)
    By Dillman Baker Sorrells
    Tagged as: Challenge, Christianity, Community, Courage, Freedom, History, Judaism, Love, Sacred, Searching, Strength, Tradition, Unitarian Universalism
  • Like the First Hint of Green (WorshipWeb)
    By Jennifer McGlothin
    Tagged as: 7th Principle (Interconnected Web), Abundance, Awe, Beauty, Beginnings, Earth, Earth-Centered, Growth, Health, Interdependence, Nature, Secular, Spring, Unitarian Universalism


  • Closing Words for Easter (WorshipWeb)
    By Alex Holt
    Tagged as: 3rd Principle (Acceptance & Spiritual Growth), 4th Principle (Truth & Meaning), Acceptance, Beginnings, Christianity, Courage, Direct Experience, Hope
  • In the Rising Sun Today (WorshipWeb)
    By Joel Miller
    Tagged as: Christianity, Love, Pain, Unity, Wholeness

Complete Service


  • Flower Power (WorshipWeb)
    By Gary Kowalski
    Tagged as: 6th Principle (World Community), Christianity, Earth, Earth-Centered, Nature, Sacrifice, Transcendence, Transformation
  • Hope Will Be Restored (WorshipWeb)
    By Heide Cottam
    Tagged as: Awe, Christianity, Faith, Hope, Living Our Faith, Love, Mystery, Reverence, Strength, Transformation
  • Sacred Trees and Resurrection (WorshipWeb)
    By Myke Johnson
    Tagged as: Beauty, Christianity, Discernment, History