Our Unitarian heritage bids us light our chalice
Reverently I offer this symbol of our hope and high intent.
Enter into the communion of flowers.
Let us rejoice for the families
Please join with me in the spirit of meditation and prayer
Please join with me in the spirit of meditation and prayer.
Out of the earth
Today we celebrate a dream awakening.
Since the time human beings became conscious of their existence, of the reality that they will die, and of the awareness that birth creates new life, they have wondered where they came from, why they were there and what happened to them when they died.
We have read for long years that faith, hope, love abide, but the greatest of these is love.
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Last updated on Monday, March 25, 2013.
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