ONSITE & ZOOM. Rev. Barnaby reflected on the different forms of not knowing, including loss of access to what’s been destroyed or suppressed, and relying on others to know things for us. We’ll collect for UUA Affiliate UU RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education) which offers direct legal services, particularly to those who have few resources to obtain legal assistance. Visit uurise.org for more. Watch a recording of it here.
Order of Service
Bell: Land Acknowledgement
Prelude: Ronnie Romano, Director of Music
Welcome: Ellen Flight, Worship Associate
Call to Worship: Ellen Flight
Chalice Lighting (Responsive Reading): Ellen Flight
In the end it won’t matter how much we have,
but how generously we have given.
It won’t matter how much we know,
but rather how we live.
And it won’t matterhow much we believe,
but how deeply we love. By Rev. John Morgan
Hymn: Enter, Rejoice and Come In #361 CVUUS Choir
Time for All Ages: Poppy Rees, Dir. of Religious Exploration
Milestones & Passages: Rev. Barnaby
Music: Dark of Winter #55 CVUUS Choir
Readings: Ellen Flight
Sermon: Sankofa Rev. Barnaby
Hymn: Spirit of Life #123 CVUUS Choir & Congregation
Benediction: Rev. Barnaby
Postlude: Ronnie Romano
Credits: Thanks to Ellen Flight our worship associate, our choir for music, our Flower Co-op for seasonal decorations and Margie Young, Richard Hopkins and others for technical support and Mike Greenwood as usher.
Thank you for joining us for worship!