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Baby, We Need a Barn-Raising – Rev. Erin J Walter


2020-11-15 10:30 2020-11-15 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Baby, We Need a Barn-Raising – Rev. Erin J Walter

Click here to join the livestream of this worship service at 10:25 am on Sunday, November 15. Why do we hide our struggles and pain from each other? What deeper love awaits on the other side of pretending and perfectionism? Drawing upon music, Mr. Rogers, and activism for disability access, musician and UU Rev. Erin Walter will reflect on spiritual resources for mental health and our calling to community care. Bio: Rev. Erin J. Walter is the affiliated community minister of Wildflower Church: A Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Austin, Texas. Rev. Erin won the UU Women’s Federation sermon award in 2017 and is a board member for the Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry. Her arts ministry includes teaching Zumba classes and rocking out in indie bands Parker Woodland and Butch County. You can find more on her ministry and music at ErinWalter.com. Order of Service Prelude: “The World’s On Fire (and We Still Fall in Love)” by Parker Woodland (lyrics by Rev. Erin Walter) Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: Sanctuary Welcome and Invitation: Lisa Reitzes Opening Words: Rev. Erin Walter Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Lisa Reitzes and Neve Mazique-Bianco Hymn: I Belong to This World by Kathleen Tracy, Lisa Maynard & Liz Bucklew  Time for All Ages: Rev. Erin – What is a Barn-Raising These Days? Singing the Children Out: As You Go, by Kathleen Tracy, Lisa Maynard & Liz Bucklew Offering: Lisa Reitzes Gift of Music: Soul Spring by Kathleen Tracy Joys and Sorrows: Lisa Reitzes Time of Meditation: Rev. Erin, Shine on Me by Melanie DeMore Personal Reflection: Lisa Reitzes Anthem: “Wake Me Up” by Parker Woodland (lyrics by Rev. Erin Walter) Sermon:  “Baby, We Need a Barn-Raising” Sending Hymn: How Can I Keep From Singing (My Life Goes On) Gratitudes: Lisa Reitzes Closing Words and Releasing the Flame: Rev. Erin and Neve Mazique-Bianco Five-Fold Amen Postlude: John Hansen

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Why do we hide our struggles and pain from each other? What deeper love awaits on the other side of pretending and perfectionism? Drawing upon music, Mr. Rogers, and activism for disability access, musician and UU Rev. Erin Walter will reflect on spiritual resources for mental health and our calling to community care.
Bio: Rev. Erin J. Walter is the affiliated community minister of Wildflower Church: A Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Austin, Texas. Rev. Erin won the UU Women’s Federation sermon award in 2017 and is a board member for the Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry. Her arts ministry includes teaching Zumba classes and rocking out in indie bands Parker Woodland and Butch County. You can find more on her ministry and music at ErinWalter.com.

Order of Service

Prelude: “The World’s On Fire (and We Still Fall in Love)” by Parker Woodland (lyrics by Rev. Erin Walter)
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: Sanctuary
Welcome and Invitation: Lisa Reitzes
Opening Words: Rev. Erin Walter
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Lisa Reitzes and Neve Mazique-Bianco
Hymn: I Belong to This World by Kathleen Tracy, Lisa Maynard & Liz Bucklew 
Time for All Ages: Rev. Erin – What is a Barn-Raising These Days?
Singing the Children Out: As You Go, by Kathleen Tracy, Lisa Maynard & Liz Bucklew
Offering: Lisa Reitzes
Gift of Music: Soul Spring by Kathleen Tracy
Joys and Sorrows: Lisa Reitzes
Time of Meditation: Rev. Erin, Shine on Me by Melanie DeMore
Personal Reflection: Lisa Reitzes
Anthem: “Wake Me Up” by Parker Woodland (lyrics by Rev. Erin Walter)
Sermon:  “Baby, We Need a Barn-Raising”
Sending Hymn: How Can I Keep From Singing (My Life Goes On)
Gratitudes: Lisa Reitzes
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame: Rev. Erin and Neve Mazique-Bianco
Five-Fold Amen
Postlude: John Hansen