Transforming Our Hearts

Recall as time in your life of profound welcome and belonging. What did it feel like? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll imagine what it would be like if everyone entering our doors felt that sort of profound welcome and belonging every time they entered.

“Spirit Of Life”                                                                       #123

Board Announcements                                       John Mistrangelo

Prelude  “Trust in the Room”           John Thornburg/Mark A. Miller

Welcome and Chalice Lighting                      Rev. Sue Browning

Sarah Walsh, Coordinator of Religious Ed.

Opening Hymn     “Standing on the Side of Love”                #1014

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.” 

Thoughts for All Ages

Committee on Congregational Ministry

Offertory                                                                                 Insert

Reflection                                                             Elizabeth Cohen

Anthem     “For Good”                                        Stephen Schwartz

Sermon     “Transforming Our Hearts”                     Rev. Browning

Embracing Meditation

Lighting of Candles of Gratitude, Memory and Hope

 (All invited to light a candle)

Sharing of Joys and Sorrows

Responsive Reading ‘We Remember Them’               #720

Closing Hymn     “Break Not the Circle”                                 #323

Closing Words and Extinguishing Our Chalice   Rev. Browning

Postlude     “Draw the Circle Wide”                           Mark A. Miller

Music: Ellen Barry Grunden, Katie Bernstein Cox, Choir

Sound: Jim Richardson

Greeters: Galen Marquess and Martha Hamlyn

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