Music is said to be the gateway to the heart. This is especially true when we are not passively taking in the artistic contributions of trained others, but rather adding our own, joyous and unrefined voices to the whole, creating something that is infinitely more vital than the sum of its parts.
For the past year, a small circle of us have been gathering, first online and then in-person, to share our songs, stories and voices as a way of staying connected. We invite you to this outdoor service at HUUF that will be hosted by several of our most beloved, amateur music makers within the congregation. Safely distanced, we’ll explore the power of hymns, chants, spirituals, silly songs and pop standards to re-connect us to each other and the heart that sustains us all.
Order of Service
All-Ages Music Service
August 8th, 2021
with Sandy Lynn, Bob Billstrom, Maggie Moore, Fitzmaurice Family, Jessalyn Ducchi, & Amy Day
Gathering Music: “Junto” … Thomas Fitzmaurice
Welcome, Bell, & Chalice Lighting & Aspiration : Amy Day
Opening Song: …..“Come, Come Whoever You Are”…………… Amy Day
A Song & Body-Based Meditation for All Ages: Jessalyn Ducchi
Joys, Sorrows, & a Moment of Silence: Amy Day
Music as Medicine:
*Sandy Lynn: “A Place in the Choir”, “Give Yourself to Love”
*Reading or Reflection from Therese Fitzmaurice
*Cadence Fitzmaurice: “Sunday Best”
*Tommy Fitzmaurice: “Here Comes the Sun”
*Bob Billstrom & Maggie Moore:
“Before the Deluge”, “Teach Your Children”,
Closing Song:……… “This Little Light of Mine” …. Sandy Lynn
Extinguishing the Chalice: Amy Day
Go Now in Peace.
Offertory (as we exit)