Really? I Never KnUU That

Courageous, compassionate characters people Unitarian Universalism’s inception and development as a progressive faith tradition. As part of November’s “Holding History” theme, this service will explore inspiring accounts of those who helped make UU-ism a tradition of inclusiveness, equality and comprehensive kindness.

“Really? I Never KnUU That”

Gathering Music – “Nearer, My God, to Thee/Oh, Had I a Golden Thread” by Sarah Flower Adams/Pete Seeger– Annette Gurnee Hull

Welcome and Acknowledgments – Jo Ann Huffman

Chalice Lighting and Aspiration*  Rev. Peter Farriday

Time for All Ages – “A Play about King John Sigismund, the Only Unitarian King” by Jan Gartner – Jo Ann, Amy, Greg, Peter

Singing the Children Out – “Go Now in Peace” – Annette Gurnee Hull

Joys & Concerns – Rev. Peter Farriday

Reading  – An Eternal Verity by W. Waldemar W. Argow – Jo Ann Huffman

Body Prayer – Rev. Peter Farriday

Sermon – Rev. Peter Farriday

Offertory Intro – Jo Ann Huffman

Offertory – “Gather the Spirit” by Jim Scott – Annette Gurnee Hull

Closing Words & Benediction – Rev. Peter Farriday

Extinguishing the Chalice – Rev. Peter Farriday

Closing Song – “Go from Here in Peace” – Annette Gurnee Hull