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Moving, Not Standing – Rev. Christopher Wulff


2022-02-06 10:30 2022-02-06 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Moving, Not Standing – Rev. Christopher Wulff

Event Start Date:05/24/2024Event End Date:05/24/2024Event Venue:A little more than a century ago, Lewis Fisher, dean of the Ryder Divinity School in Chicago, a Universalist seminary, wrote “Universalists are often asked to tell where they stand. But the only true answer to give to this question is that we do not stand at all, we move.” In this month when we’re exploring transformation and change, at personal, relational, congregational and social levels, we begin with the question, “How do we change?” We’ll explore this with the help of Michael Pollan, adrienne maree brown, and a very hungry caterpillar. Worship Associate Mia Shaughnessy will lead us in another spiritual practice and Rainier Reunion will be bringing their beautiful selves and some fantastic new music. Do to the high level of transmission of COVID 19 in our area, worship services are currently online only. Click here to join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, February 6. Order of Service Prelude Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: Everything Hurt is Healed Again words and music by Starhawk (from Kore’s Chant), arr. Kathleen Tracy Welcome and Invitation Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation Hymn: Be Like a Bird words by Victor Hugo, music source unknown, arr. Libana Time for All Ages: TheVery Hungry Caterpillar Offering: Unitarian Universalist Trauma Response Ministry Gift of Music: The Brave Fishermenwritten by Chris McEwen, performed by Chris McEwen and Lisa Maynard Joys and Sorrows: There is a Love Spiritual Practice Reading Anthem: Blessed Motion, written by Annie Zylstra, performed by the Rainier Reunion Sharing and Sermon Sending Hymn: #1020 Woyaya Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Longtime Sun Postlude

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Event Start Date:
05/24/2024
Event End Date:
05/24/2024
Event Venue:
A little more than a century ago, Lewis Fisher, dean of the Ryder Divinity School in Chicago, a Universalist seminary, wrote “Universalists are often asked to tell where they stand. But the only true answer to give to this question is that we do not stand at all, we move.” In this month when we’re exploring transformation and change, at personal, relational, congregational and social levels, we begin with the question, “How do we change?” We’ll explore this with the help of Michael Pollan, adrienne maree brown, and a very hungry caterpillar. Worship Associate Mia Shaughnessy will lead us in another spiritual practice and Rainier Reunion will be bringing their beautiful selves and some fantastic new music.

Do to the high level of transmission of COVID 19 in our area, worship services are currently online only.

Click here to join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, February 6.

Order of Service

Prelude
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: Everything Hurt is Healed Again words and music by Starhawk (from Kore’s Chant), arr. Kathleen Tracy
Welcome and Invitation
Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation
Hymn: Be Like a Bird words by Victor Hugo, music source unknown, arr. Libana
Time for All Ages: TheVery Hungry Caterpillar
Offering: Unitarian Universalist Trauma Response Ministry
Gift of Music: The Brave Fishermenwritten by Chris McEwen, performed by Chris McEwen and Lisa Maynard
Joys and Sorrows: There is a Love
Spiritual Practice
Reading
Anthem: Blessed Motion, written by Annie Zylstra, performed by the Rainier Reunion
Sharing and Sermon
Sending Hymn: #1020 Woyaya
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Longtime Sun
Postlude