Opening Words: “There are some heights to which we have not risen, and never will”
There are some heights to which we have not risen, and never will; there are some depths to which we have not fallen, and never will, we pray. Somewhere between there are places where we can reach up and reach out for the strength we need for our journey.
This is such a place.
Thus we pause for refreshment; thus we worship in thanksgiving.
1997 UUMA Worship Materials Collection
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