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Who Speaks for the Trees? – Rev. Christopher Wulff


2021-01-24 10:30 2021-01-24 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Who Speaks for the Trees? – Rev. Christopher Wulff

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” The wisdom found in Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax is plentiful and a reminder that by our (com)passionate action we make the world around us. Our growing understanding of trees, of the complexities and mysteries of the organism, invites us to reflect on how much promise and vitality there is in our interdependence. Click here to join the live stream of this worship service at 10:25 on Sunday, January 24th. Prelude: John Hansen Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: Sanctuary Welcome and Invitation Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation – Steve Bennett Hymn: #173 In the Branches of the Forest Time for All Ages: The Lorax Singing the Children Out – As You Go Offering: The West Seattle Helpline Gift of Music: #298 Wake Now My Senses, video created by Eric Lane Barnes, Music Director at East Shore Unitarian Church. Joys and Sorrows: There Is a Love Time of Meditation Personal Reflection: Mia Shaughnessy Anthem: Rising Green by Carolyn McDade, sung by Scott Farrell Sermon: Who Speaks for the Trees, Rev. Christopher Sending Hymn: #134 Our World Is One World Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Five-fold Amen Postlude: John Hansen

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“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” The wisdom found in Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax is plentiful and a reminder that by our (com)passionate action we make the world around us. Our growing understanding of trees, of the complexities and mysteries of the organism, invites us to reflect on how much promise and vitality there is in our interdependence.

Click here to join the live stream of this worship service at 10:25 on Sunday, January 24th.

Prelude: John Hansen
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: Sanctuary
Welcome and Invitation
Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation – Steve Bennett
Hymn: #173 In the Branches of the Forest
Time for All Ages: The Lorax
Singing the Children Out – As You Go
Offering: The West Seattle Helpline
Gift of Music: #298 Wake Now My Senses, video created by Eric Lane Barnes, Music Director at East Shore Unitarian Church.
Joys and Sorrows: There Is a Love
Time of Meditation
Personal Reflection: Mia Shaughnessy
Anthem: Rising Green by Carolyn McDade, sung by Scott Farrell
Sermon: Who Speaks for the Trees, Rev. Christopher
Sending Hymn: #134 Our World Is One World
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Five-fold Amen
Postlude: John Hansen