Join us on October 22nd as Dan LeDuc explores the power of written language in relation to religion and spirituality through history. How do UU teachings, writing, and ideas compare?
Service Coordinator: Cate Ziegler
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Order of Service
“Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.”
― Vera Nazarian
Allemande from French Suite No. 4 BWV 815 by JS Bach,, performed by Daniel Clark
#360 Here We Have Gathered (modified)
We Light This Chalice, read by Cate Ziegler
Unitarian Universalists Have Said, by Barbara Merritt, read by Dan Leduc
Love Is the Spirit, music written by PJ Buchan
Introduction of Pastoral Care Coordinator
Bonnie Thiessen will introduce Andre Vanderstoep
On How Writing Came to Be, with Debby Lake
Sing and Rejoice
Singing the children to RE
A Book Is Made from a Tree, by Carl Sagan, read by Dan LeDuc
The Living Tradition, adapted by Roger Jones, read by Cate Ziegler
Holding a Caring Space
read by Cate Ziegler
#113 Where Is Our Holy Church?
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Prince Igor – Polovtsian Dance, by Alexander Borodin, performed by Daniel Clark
Religion and the Power of the Written Word, part 1, by Dan LeDuc
#143 Not in Vain the Distance Beacons
Religion and the Power of the Written Word, part 2, by Dan LeDuc
#168 One More Step
Hidden in all Stories, adapted by Rachel Naomi Remen, read by Cate Ziegler
Carry the Flame
Transition for Breakout Rooms
Gratitude to all who helped make this service happen:
- Leader: Dan LeDuc
- Coordinator: Cate Ziegler
- Coordinator Lifespan Religious Education (CLRE): Ana Gabriela Castaneda Aguilera
- Music Director: Joseph Nguyen
- Accompanist: Daniel Clark
- Music Team: Debby Lake, Esther Kathryn, Brian Klowak
- Tech Team: Ashlyn Noble, Arthur Burstow, Simerjit Kaur, Christina Swindells-Nader
- Music for Affirmation: Composed by P.J. Buchan
- Ushers: Krishna Nimmagadda, Norm Cobb, Jim Gardiner, and others
- Greeter: Paula Keirstead
- Set Up/Maintenance: Michael Thiessen
- Hospitality: Shar Lynn, Adina Lyon, Cheryl Simmonds, and others
- Chalice Sculptor: Jo’Anne Kelly
- Chalice Logo Designer: Nancy Gilbert
- Website Support: Karin Carlson
- Communicator Editor: Marjorie Doyle
- All-Church Email Bulletin: Lorie Battershilll
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