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Dark Feet and Dark Wings: Re-imagining our relationship to mystery and the unknown – Rev. Emily Webb-Hartlief


2021-04-25 10:30 2021-04-25 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Dark Feet and Dark Wings: Re-imagining our relationship to mystery and the unknown – Rev. Emily Webb-Hartlief

Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, April  25th. Join Rev. Emily for reflection and storytelling on how we each encounter mystery and the unknown in our lives, often despite our best attempts to organize and plan for the future. How can we relate to uncertainty and change in ways that open us to more possibility and joy? Emily is a UU minister living in the San Francisco Bay area where serves as a hospice chaplain, chases down her five year old and learns from her garden. She is committed an expansive vision of Unitarian Universalism that is dynamic within and beyond the church walls. Order of Service: Prelude: John Hansen Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: #63 Spring Has Now Unwrapped the Flowers Welcome and Invitation Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Hymn: #389 Gathered Here Time for All Ages: Rev. Emily tells The Heart and the Bottle by Oliver Jeffers Singing the Children Out Offering: 350 Seattle Gift of Music: There Is More Love Somewhere, traditional spiritual arranged by Adam Podd, featuring the First Unitarian Brooklyn Choir Joys and Sorrows Time of Reflection Personal Reflection Anthem: When the River Meets the Sea by John Williams, sung by Scott Farrell Sermon: Dark Feet and Dark Wings: Reimagining Our Relationship to Mystery and the Unknown Sending Hymn: #1008 When Our Heart Is in a Holy Place Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Five-fold Amen Postlude: John Hansen  

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Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, April  25th.

Join Rev. Emily for reflection and storytelling on how we each encounter mystery and the unknown in our lives, often despite our best attempts to organize and plan for the future. How can we relate to uncertainty and change in ways that open us to more possibility and joy?

Emily is a UU minister living in the San Francisco Bay area where serves as a hospice chaplain, chases down her five year old and learns from her garden. She is committed an expansive vision of Unitarian Universalism that is dynamic within and beyond the church walls.

Order of Service:
Prelude: John Hansen
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: #63 Spring Has Now Unwrapped the Flowers
Welcome and Invitation
Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation:
Hymn: #389 Gathered Here
Time for All Ages: Rev. Emily tells The Heart and the Bottle by Oliver Jeffers
Singing the Children Out
Offering: 350 Seattle
Gift of Music: There Is More Love Somewhere, traditional spiritual arranged by Adam Podd, featuring the First Unitarian Brooklyn Choir
Joys and Sorrows
Time of Reflection
Personal Reflection
Anthem: When the River Meets the Sea by John Williams, sung by Scott Farrell
Sermon: Dark Feet and Dark Wings: Reimagining Our Relationship to Mystery and the Unknown
Sending Hymn: #1008 When Our Heart Is in a Holy Place
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Five-fold Amen
Postlude: John Hansen