Everyone at the Table – Our Annual Sharing of Bread

We invite all in the community – especially children and families – to be a part of our annual Intergenerational Bread Communion service. In the spirit of the harvest season, at this service for all ages we will come together to express the many ways we experience gratitude in our lives. We’ll have fun with songs, stories and the ritual of setting a shared table.

This year we’re inviting contributions of bread (or muffins, or rolls), apples and other fruit that we can use in our ritual of setting a table big enough for all! (And we’ll each get to take home some bread and fruit!)
The service will be led by Rev. Sue Browning, Liz Hausburg and UUFE’s choir.  If questions, please email the office at uufe@goeaston.net.

Spirit of Life #123

Board Announcements  —  Jane Terebey

Welcome — Rev. Sue Browning and Liz Hausburg, Coordinator of Religious Education

Chalice Lighting

Opening Hymn “We Gather Together”   #349

Covenant of Our Fellowship (in unison)

“At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton, we seek to nurture spiritual and intellectual growth for all ages, and to be actively involved in community outreach and service. Cherishing diversity, and celebrating our oneness with all humanity, we covenant to support each other in the spirit of compassion, respect, and love.”

Our First Story (about a table) — Sue and Liz

Music May Your Life Be As a Song   #1059

Joys and Sorrows

Music “Thanksgiving Song” Mary Chapin Carpenter

Our Second Story (also about a table!) and Message  — Sue

Sharing the Bread

Preparing the Table

Blessing the Table

Music  We Give Thanks    #1010

Sharing of the Bread and Fruit

Closing Hymn: When Our Heart is in a Holy Place” #1008

Closing Words and Extinguishing the Chalice

Postlude “Thanksgiving” Vince Guaraldi


Headphones are available for persons with hearing impairments. Large print hymnals are also available. Please ask the usher for assistance. Note: Please silence your cell phone for the service.

Music: Ellen Barry Grunden



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *