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The Sacredness of the Tangible – Marion Kee


2021-04-11 10:30 2021-04-11 11:30 America/Los_Angeles The Sacredness of the Tangible – Marion Kee

Join us to explore, in music, chant and spoken word, the common UU ground between religious humanist approaches and neopagan paths. These ways of understanding can appear to diverge dramatically from each other, but in reality both of them cherish the Earth, and hold many of the same core values. Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, April 11th. Prelude: John Hansen Music for Entering: #1000 Morning Has Come Ringing of the Bell Call to Community:  The Earth the Air the Fire the Water Return – Rainier Reunion Welcome and Invitation: Lisa Reitzes Opening Words: Marion Kee – from A Humanist Code of Ethics by Arthur Dobrin Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Sarah Deppe Hymn:  #1073 The Earth Is Our Mother Time for All Ages: The Story of Frog Belly Rat Bone by Timothy B. Erin – told by the Deppe Family Singing the Children Out: As You Go Offering: 350 Seattle Gift of Music: Weave and Spin / Strand by Strand / We Are the Flow (Reclaiming Community/Starhawk; Shekinah Mountainwater) sung by Rainier Reunion Joys and Sorrows Time of Reflection: Lisa Reitzes Interlude: #1054 Let This Be a House of Peace Reading: Marion Kee – from Letter From the Hidden People by Karen C. Everson Anthem:  Mother Earth, Beloved Garden (#1067), video from the Kitsap UU Fellowship Sermon: The Sacredness of the Tangible – Marion R. Kee Sending Hymn: #155 Circle ‘Round for Freedom  Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Music for Exiting: #1074 Turn the World Around Postlude: John Hansen  

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Join us to explore, in music, chant and spoken word, the common UU ground between religious humanist approaches and neopagan paths. These ways of understanding can appear to diverge dramatically from each other, but in reality both of them cherish the Earth, and hold many of the same core values.

Join the livestream of this worship service at 10:30 am on Sunday, April 11th.

Prelude: John Hansen
Music for Entering: #1000 Morning Has Come
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community:  The Earth the Air the Fire the Water Return – Rainier Reunion
Welcome and Invitation: Lisa Reitzes
Opening Words: Marion Kee – from A Humanist Code of Ethics by Arthur Dobrin
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Sarah Deppe
Hymn:  #1073 The Earth Is Our Mother
Time for All Ages: The Story of Frog Belly Rat Bone by Timothy B. Erin – told by the Deppe Family
Singing the Children Out: As You Go
Offering: 350 Seattle
Gift of Music: Weave and Spin / Strand by Strand / We Are the Flow (Reclaiming Community/Starhawk; Shekinah Mountainwater) sung by Rainier Reunion
Joys and Sorrows
Time of Reflection: Lisa Reitzes
Interlude: #1054 Let This Be a House of Peace
Reading: Marion Kee – from Letter From the Hidden People by Karen C. Everson
Anthem:  Mother Earth, Beloved Garden (#1067), video from the Kitsap UU Fellowship
Sermon: The Sacredness of the Tangible – Marion R. Kee
Sending Hymn: #155 Circle ‘Round for Freedom 
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Music for Exiting: #1074 Turn the World Around
Postlude: John Hansen