ON SITE & ZOOM. Through our daily lives, we take part in the act of creation. The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, called “the birthday of the world,” reminds us of our ability and responsibility to co-create the world, and challenges our complacency with the way things are. It reminds us to experience wonder, which the Jewish philosopher and theologian Abraham Joshua Heschel called “radical amazement.” Rosh Hashanah kicks off a personal and community journey, in which we examine our past, present, and future. What will come of it? Led by Pam Berenbaum. We shared our plate with the Brigid Alliance a reproductive rights organization getting people to abortion care whatever it takes.
Order of Service
*indicates the congregation participates
Land Acknowledgement: Abi Sessions, Worship Associate
*Gathering Song: Turn, Turn, Turn Ronnie Romano, Music Dir., Choir & The House Band
Call to Worship: Pam Berenbaum
*Chalice Lighting: Abi
May this flame kindle cherished memories
Spark gratitude for the blessing of community,
And wash us in the light of life-giving love.
Time for All Ages: Joseph Had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback (video)
Singing the Kids Out: This Little Light of Mine
Offering: We’ll share our collection with the Brigid Alliance presented today by Ashleigh Hickey. Please write all checks to CVUUS. All cash and checks not otherwise specified will be split between CVUUS and our donee. You can give online at https://cvuus.breezechms.com/give/online.
Offering Music: Ronnie
Receiving the Offering: From You I Receive (Gray #402)
Milestones & Passages: Abi
*Music: Hinei Mah Tov Choir
Reading: Everything Is Waiting for You by David Whyte Scott Barkdoll
Reflection: Radical Amazement Pam Berenbaum
Music: I Am Only One Choir
Closing Words: Pam
Postlude: Hinei Mah Tov Ronnie
Hebrew transliteration: Hinei Mah tov u-ma nayim / Shevet achim gam yachad, also translation: Behold how good and how pleasant it is for people to dwell together in harmony.
Credits: Thanks to Pam Berenbaum for leading worship; Scott Barkdoll for reading; our Choir and the House Band for music; Jess Danyow for seasonal arrangements; and all who stepped up to help with tech, ushering, greeting, safety, and social hour.
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