ON SITE & ZOOM. Rev. Barnaby reflected on the wisdom available to all of us in the Indigenous Peoples’ slogan “We’re still here!” How do we embrace that demand for recognition when so few of us have personal relationships with relatives or neighbors who claim this heritage? We shared our offering with the Brigid Alliance in support of Reproductive Civil Rights.
Order of Service
*indicates the congregation participates
Land Acknowledgement: Ellen Flight, Worship Associate
Welcome & Pathways to Connection: Ellen
*Gathering Song: Ronnie Romano, Music Dir. & Choir
Call to Worship: Ellen
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: Poppy Rees, Dir. of Religious Exploration
Singing the Kids Out: This Little Light of Mine
Offering: We’ll share our collection with the Brigid Alliance. 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: Rev. Barnaby
Meditation: Rev. Barnaby
Sermon: What’s New in Indigenous Wisdom Rev. Barnaby
Closing Words: Rev. Barnaby
Credits: Thanks to Ellen Flight for assisting with worship; our Choir for music; XX for seasonal arrangements; and all who stepped up to help with tech, ushering, greeting, safety, and social hour.
Thank you for joining us for worship!