A Litany of With-ness

To all those for whom your disheveled heart is aching, say: I am with you in this.

P Phillip Lund

Litany of Solidarity

Please join me in a litany of solidarity. Many of us face oppression, or our loved ones face oppression, and we fear that oppression will worsen. In our litany, I will name positions of privilege in our society and those who are less privileged who, as Unitarian Universalists, we are called to be in...

C Catie Scudera

Litany for Becoming

We shape one another. The Sacred that birthed us weaves our lives together so that we can only find ourselves through shared becoming.

e enfleshed

All of Us Need All of Us to Make It

Unitarian Universalists believe that all of us need all of us to make it; this is why we are in solidarity with the movement for Black lives today and every day.

T Theresa I. Soto and Megan Foley

A Time for Transformation

For the waters that give us daily life, from Arctic ice to beaches and small streams, from lofty cloud to precious cup at our lips, we remember our dependence.

K Kate R. Walker

Us. Here.

This litany is intended to be read antiphonally (the congregation, split left and right, reading it to one another). ...

D David Breeden

Blessing of the Water

This water is sacred. It is made sacred by the many hands that have poured it with intention and love, the many stories that each drop contains, the many lives surrounding it in this unique moment, connected by commitment and faith. ...

R Ranwa Hammamy

Easter Litany

Sing praises for spring, revealing holy love that grows from deep in our hearts.

L Lisa Maria Andreoli Steinberg

Sabbath Rest

Leader: Because the daily pressure of life weighs heavy on our minds, on our bodies, and on our spirits. ...

D Dan Lambert