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A Word About These Recordings

These recordings are all recorded live during our services using two small, unobtrusive microphones hanging from the ceiling. We think these recordings are pretty good but for the full experience please visit us in person! We were established in 1826 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Our Internet home is uunashua.org.

Our minister is Rev. Allison Palm and our director of faith formation is Sadie Kahn-Green. Our pianist, organist, choir director, and music director are all Jared (Jed) Holland.

One part of many services is called Joys and Concerns. It is too personal to be posted, but here is a sample of the words and music that are said and sung, with the personal information removed: Joys and Concerns.

Services are shown below, most recent first. Using the 'select group' dropdown, you can view previous years one year at a time. For each service, the elements are listed generally as they appear in the printed Order of Service. Click the blue play button following an item to hear it.

We are now also doing live streaming of our services on Sundays at 10 am, then repeating them again at 3 pm and 7 pm that day. To listen to those on internet radio, go to our main website, at uunashua.org, look at "Sunday Service Live" at the top of the right column, then select "Click Here to Play" to start hearing the service.You may have to click the "start" button on your player 2 or 3 times depending on your exact hardware and software.



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Recordings from the June 20, 2021 service         
Date recorded: June 20, 2021
This service, led by congregant Jim Bonvouloir, with the assistance of Worship Associate, Emma Rearick, honors fathers and fatherhood (as well as parents in general). We reflect on the roles and responsibilities of fathers, and how our ideas about fatherhood can evolve to meet the challenges of our world.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Emma Rearick       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Jim Bonvouloir       
    Opening Hymn - "Bright Morning Star"       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: Stepping Stones       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Wonder Box       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Emma       
    Fathering Words - Jim       
    Hymn: "Mother Spirit / Father Spirit"       
    Sermon: Father's Day Reflections - Jim       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: "Lean on Me" - Kathy Grossman and Brenna Woods       
    Benediction - Jim       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Bridging Service          
Date recorded: June 6, 2021
All are welcome to our “Bridging Sunday” worship service, led by Rev. Allison Palm, DFF Sadie Kahn-Greene & our Bridging Youth. This service honors our graduating seniors. We’ll hear from a couple of our seniors about this transition time and reflect on transition times in our own lives.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Samuel Agnew       
    Opening Hymn: Blue Boat Home No. 1064       

Sharing in Community
    Introducing Bridging - Rev. Allison Palm       
    Wonder Box & Story: What the Road Said by Cleo Wade - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Abigail Banner       
    Anthem: The Road Home - Vocals, UU Nashua Choir April 2012       
    Response: Spirit of Life No. 123       
    Outreach: Stepping Stones - Lindsey Sylvester & Kathy Farland, Stepping Stones       
    Music: Flying Free - Vocals by UU Nashua Choir January 2019       
    Response: From You I Receive No. 402       

Going Deeper
    Introducing Samual Agnew - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Reflection: Samuel Agnew       
    Introducing Layne Bonvouloir - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Reflection: Layne Bonvouloir       
    Music: Here Comes The Sun - Vocals by Darcy Hinkle       
    Bridging Ceremony - Rev. Allison Palm, Sadie Kahn-Greene, Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman, Bridging Youth & Parents, Leaders, Congregation       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Song: I Hope You Dance - Vocals by Anne Smith       
    Benediction - Rev. Allison Palm       

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Recordings from the May 30, 2021 service:          
Date recorded: May 30, 2021
Today's service "What Do We Believe" is led by Rev. Allison Palm, with support from ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman, Music Director Jed Holland, and worship associate Dick Widhu. In this service, members of our Adult Coming of Age class share about their beliefs, and we invite everyone into deeper reflection on the question: what do you believe?

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Dick Widhu       
    Opening Hymn: Turn The World Around (Words & Music, Harry Belafonte 1927 and Robert Freedman 1975; Vocals, Anne Smith, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods & Jed Holland)       

Sharing in Community
    Introducing Adult Coming of Age - Jeff Beland, Lindsey Sylvester, Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman        
    Outreach Offering: NH Bail & Bond Fund - Cecile Bonvouloir. Music: Stand in the Light (Words & Music, S. Moccio & L. Christy; Arr., R.Emerson; Vocals, UUNashua Choir Oct 2019)       
    WonderBox - Carl Phillips and Phillips children       
    Anthem: I Lived (Words & Music, R.Tedder & N.Zancanella; Recording Artist, One Republic; Vocals, Emma Rearick, Steve Hedges, Lindsey Hedrick and Kathy Grossman)       
    Spirit of Life        

Going Deeper
    Statement of Faith - Eileen Herring       
    Statement of Faith - Susan LeVan       
    Anthem: Acts of Creation (C.Faber)- Geri Davidson,Suellen Davidson,Steve Hedges,Lindsey Hedrick,Jed Holland,Michelle Morrison,Grace Morton,Emma Rearick,Kim Steele,Anne Smith,Martha Holland,Kathy G       
    Credo - Carl Phillips       
    Statement of Faith - Dick Widhu       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: For the Beauty of the Earth (Words, Folliott Sandford Pierpoint; Music, Conrad Kocher, Piano & Vocals, Jess Huetteman)       
    Benediction - Eileen Herring       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the May 16, 2021 service         
Date recorded: May 16, 2021
This is a joint service with UU Manchester honoring our Coming of Age youth! Our youth shares their credos and we celebrate their completion of the Coming of Age year. Among the many contributors to this service are Reverend Patrick McLaughlin of UU Manchester and Reverend Allison Palm of UU Nashua.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Nathan G. and Adam M.       

Centering
    Introit: "Claire de Lune" (Written by Claude Debussy; Piano by Zoe H.H.       
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Harriet B. and Chris H.       
    Opening Hymn: "Fire of Commitment" - Brenna Woods, Dan Murphy, Kathy Grossman, Jed Holland, and Chris H.       

Sharing in Community
    Introducing Coming of Age - Sadie Kahn Greene, Maura Barber       
    Anthem: "Coming of Age Slideshow" (music "The Shire" by Howard Shore) created by Harriet B.       
    Wonder Box: "Be You" written by Peter Reynolds - COA Youth and Mentors       
    Outreach Offering: NH Bail & Bond Fund, Queen City Bike Collective       
    Offertory Music: "Made in Heaven" (Queen) - Jed Holland       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Anthem: "One Voice" (Ruth Moody) - Kathleen Griffis, Geri Davidson, Kim Steele, Suellen Davidson, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods, Steve Hedges, Anne Smith, Jed Holland       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Marissa Volpe & Adam M.       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Sarah Leshay & Chris H.       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Cassandra Chase & Harriet B.       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Jay Guarneri & Nathan G.       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Craig Monroe & Philip H-B       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Stacy Colonna & Syvena A.       
    Mentor Introduction & Youth Statement: Heather Larochelle & Zoe H-H       
    Coming of Age Ceremony - Rev. Allison Palm, Rev. Patrick McLaughlin, Members & Leaders of UUCM and UUCN       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: "As You Go In Peace" (Mike Phoenix) - Gary Finger       
    Benediction - Nathan G.       
    Chalice Extinguishing - Rev. Patrick McLaughlin       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" written by Kathy Grossman       

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Recordings from the May 9, 2021 service         
Date recorded: May 9, 2021
Telling Our Stories. How do we tell the story of our congregation? Rev. Allison and members of the Board of Trustees share about the story telling practice our Board has incorporated into their meetings this year, and invite everyone in to the practice of sharing the story of who we are.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Andy Capen & Rev Allison       
    Opening Hymn: "Turn the World Around" (words and music Harry Belafonte and Robert Freedman) Sung by: Anne Smith, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods & Jed Holland       
    Mission of the UU Church of Nashua       

Sharing in Community
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene & friends       
    Anthem: River (music & words: Bill Staines) Performed by: Dan Murphy, Kathy Grossman & Harry Purkhiser       
    Outreach Offering to NH Bail & Bond Fund - Roy Goodman       
    Music: Draw the Circle Wide (words by Gordon Light; Music Mark Miller) Performed by: UUCN Choir June 2018       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Spirit of Life #123       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Andy Capen       
    Storytelling is how We... - Board of Trustees       
    Anthem: Come In From Firefly Darkness (words & music by Amy Bernon) Performed by: Suellen Davidson, Emma Rearick, Geri Davidson, Kathy Grossman, Jed Holland       
    Homily - Rev Allison Palm, Burns Fisher, and Andy Capen       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: "When Our Heart is in A Holy Place" #1008 (words & music by Joyce Poley) Performed by: UU Nashua Choir       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Sharing UU Storeis - Our Origins         
Date recorded: May 2, 2021
Join Worship Associates Bob Coulter, Pat Ladew and Emma Rearick as we learn the stories that shape Unitarian Universalism. In this service, our Worship Associates share some of the foundational stories of our faith.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland, Music Director       
    Welcome & Greeting - Bob Coulter        

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Emma Rearick & Phillips Family       
    Opening Hymn: Turn The World Around No.1074       

Sharing in Community
    Response: Spirit of Life No. 123       
    Wonder Box & Story - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Laurel Guarneri       
    Outreach - NH Bail & Bond Fund - Jessica Price & Joseph Lascaze, Smart Justice Organizer, ACLU       
    Response: From You I Receive No. 402       

Going Deeper
    Rediscovering Our Unitarian Roots - Pat Ladew       
    Anthem: Found/Tonight Sung by Brenna Woods & Lindsey Hedrick       
    Unversalism: Looking at the World with an Equal Eye       
    Anthem: Flesh and Blood Performed by Dan Murphy       
    The Devil's in the Details: The UU Merger - Bob Coulter       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: As Tranquil Streams; Performed by: UU Nashua Congregation       
    Bendediction - Bob Coulter       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy       
    Postlude - Jed Holland       

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Becoming the Stewards Our Earth Needs         
Date recorded: April 25, 2021
This will be an earth day service that lifts up the call to care for the earth. We welcome Mandy Eberle to share a Mvskoke Creek creation story.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting       
    Opening Hymn: I Know This Rose Will Open #396 - Performed by: Sarah Shor, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods and Steve Hedges       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Outreach Offering: Opportunity Networks       
    Music: "Earth Was Given a Garden" by Rowland Hugh Pritchard; Performance: John Onlin, trumpet       
    From You I Receive #402       
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene, Doug & Duke Eberle        
    Turtle Island: A Mvskoke Creek Creation Story - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Mandy Eberle       
    Anthem: "We Are Living Earth" (Words, music and performance by: James Underberg)       
    Spirit of Life #123       

GOING DEEPER
    Words for Reflection by Sonrisa OToole        

    Anthem: Springtime Will Come by: Nick Newlin & Lea Morris (no audio - please go to ThisIsLea.com to hear some of her music) 
    Homily - Rev. Yadenee Hailu        

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE

    Closing Song: Our House is On Fire by: Emmas Revolution (we are not posting, but please look for Emma's Revolution online to hear more) 
    Benediction - Rev. Allison Palm       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" by Kathy Grossman       

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Recordings from the April 18, 2021 service         
Date recorded: April 18, 2021
This service, entitled "How We Are Becoming", is led by Rev. Allison Palm with assistance from Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman, Director of Faith Formation, Sadie Kahn-Greene, and Worship Associates, Robin Trudel and Eileen Herring. In this service, we explore the different ways that we become who we are. What parts of our becoming have we worked on? What parts have simply happened to us?

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Sadie Kahn-Greene, Robin Trudel & Phinn Phillips       
    Opening Hymn: "I Know This Rose Will Open" (by Mary Grigolia) sung by Sarah Shor, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods, and Steve Hedges       

Sharing in Community
    Response: Spirit of LIfe       
    Wonder Box - The Paper Rabbit. (Based on the Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams) - Ben Atherton-Zeman and Eileen Herring       
    Anthem: Reflection (Music: Matthew Wilder, Lyrics: David Zippel) Sung by Brenna Woods)       
    Outreach Offering: Opportunity Networks - Burns Fisher       
    Offertory Music: I Seek A Journey (Gwen McLeod Hall) Performed by: UUCN Choir 2013       
    Response: From You I Receive       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Robin Trudel       
    Anthem: Watershed (Words and Music: Emily Saliers, Recording Artists: Indigo Girls) Performed by: Sarah Shor       
    Homily: How We Are Becoming - Rev. Allison Palm       

Returning to Service in LIfe
    Closing Song: Becoming (By: Mary Grigolia) Performed by: Sadie Kahn-Greene and Jed Holland)       
    Benediction - Rev. Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the April 11, 2021 service         
Date recorded: April 11, 2021
Today's service "From Chrysalis to Butterfly" is led by our ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman, with support from music director Jed Holland, Director of Faith Formation Sadie Kahn-Greene, and worship associate Pat Ladew. Please listen to our intern's reflections on two years of learning and formation!

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman        
    Opening words and Chalice lighting - Pat Ladew and Ben       
    Opening Hymn: "I Know This Rose Will Open" (written by Mary Grigolia) - performed by Sarah Shor, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods, and Steve Hedges.       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box and UU Butterflies with Abigail - Sade and Abigail        
    Spirit of Life       

    Anthem: Be the Light (Lea Morris, inspired by the inaugural poem "The Hill We Climb" by Amanda Gorman) - we are not posting this song, but please visit ThisIsLea.com to hear more of her music. 
    Outreach: Opportunity Networks - Brenna Woods. Music "Let the Sunshine in" (Music: Galt MacDermot; Words: Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Performed by UUCN Choir 2018)       

Going Deeper
    Reading, by Elizabeth Harding - Pat       
    Anthem: Show Yourself (from the movie "Frozen 2", by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez) - performed by Brenna Woods       
    Homily: From Chrysalis to Butterfly - Ben        

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Wake Now, My Senses (words Rev Dr Thomas J.S. Mikelson) performed by UUCN congregation       
    Benediction       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the April 4, 2021 Easter service         
Date recorded: April 4, 2021
Join us for an Easter Sunday all-ages service exploring re-emergence! We also take some time in our service to dedicate children and welcome them in to our community.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Tess George & Abigail Banner       
    Opening Hymn: I know this rose will open (Written by: Mary Grigolia) Performed by: Sarah Shor, Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods and Steve Hedges       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering Presentation: Jodie Holway & Rocky Morelli, Executive Director of Opportunity Networks       
    Music: Christ the Lord is Risen Today, Alleluia (Music By: Paul David & Robert Williams) Instrumental Performed by: Bruce D., Bruce C., Andy C., Jon L., Lindsey S., Anthony I., Kathy G.       
    Response: From You I Receive No. 402       

I Know This Rose Will Open

    Child Dedication - Rev Allison, Sadie Kahn-Greene, Ben Atherton Zeman and families (we are not posting this for privacy of families) 
    Anthem: It takes a Village (by: Joan Szymko) - performed by: UUCN Music Team       

I Know My Fear Will Burn Away
    Wonder Box - Sadie, Layne Bonvouloir       
    The Garden (by Helen Rivers) - Sadie, Rev Allison, Ben, Harry Purkhiser, and Tess George       
    Spirit of Life       

I Know My Soul Will Unfurl Its Wings
    Words of Reflection by Molly Fumia - Tess George       
    Homily - Rev Allison       

I Know This Rose Will Open
    Anthem: The Rose (By: Amanda McBroom) - performed by: Anne Smith       
    Planting seeds of emergence - Rev Allison       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Song: Lo the Day of Days is Here (Written by: Frederick Hosmer) - performed by: UUCN Congregation       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy, by Kathy Grossman       

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Committing to Our Values - recordings from the March 28, 2021 service         
Date recorded: March 28, 2021
In this all ages service, we’ll explore the core values that we commit to as a church community: wonder, authentic connection, courageous community and love in action.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Allison       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting       
    Opening Hymn: "Fire of Commitment" #1028       
    Mission of the UU Church of Nashua       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Outreach: McDevitt Scholarship Fund - Andy Capen       
    Music: "Simple Faith" (by David Tamulevich)       
    From You I Receive #402       
    Wonderbox: Part 1 - Sadie and Jackson Calabro       
    Spiritual and Religious: Our Covenant Triangle       
    Wonderbox: Part 2       
    Anthem: "Love's in Need of Love Today" (by Stevie Wonder) - Steve Hedges       
    Spirit of Life #123       

GOING DEEPER
    Wonder - Riley Hudson, Laurel Guerneri,Robin Trudel, Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Authentic Connection - Nick Griffis, Sabrina & Phin Phillips, Carl Phillips, Ben Atherton-Zeman        
    Anthem: "Give a Little Love" (by Albert Hammond & Diane Warren; Arr: Alan Billingsley)       
    Courageous Community - Chris Holland, Oliver Kahn-Greene, Megan Holmes, Rev. Allison Palm        
    Love in Action - Adam Murray, Aiden Atwell, Lea Anne Atwell, Carl Phillips       
    Living Our Values in this Time - Allison       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Song: "Let the Life I Lead Speak for Me"       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the March 21, 2021 service         
Date recorded: March 21, 2021
This service, entitled "One Year Later", reflects on the 1-year anniversary of when we started holding our church service virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by Reverend Allison Palm with support from our Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman, and worship associate, Emma Rearick, the congregation is invited to reflect on the grief and gratitude that arose for them during the past year.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Emma Rearick and the Holmes Family       
    Opening Hymn - Fire of Commitment       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: The Donna Purkhiser & Gregory McDevitt Scholarship Fund       
    Offertory Music: River in Judea (Jack Feldman, John Leavitt)       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Wonderbox - Rev. Allison, Andy Capen, and Xander Holway       
    Anthem: You Are Not Alone (Nancy Cassidy) sung by Dan and Sara Murphy       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Homily: One Year Later - Rev. Allison Palm       
    Anthem: You Can Do This Hard Thing (Carrie Newcomer) - sung by Kim Steele       
    Naming Our Losses       
    Centering In Gratitude       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Song: Carry the Flame (Dan Schatz)       
    Benediction - Rev. Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the March 14, 2021 service.         
Date recorded: March 14, 2021
Today's service is Choosing Our Commitments. So much in the world pulls at our attention, begging for our time and our commitment. How do we make choices that honor our values, and the values of our Unitarian Universalist denomination? Ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman leads the worship service, along with members of the congregation who will give testimonials.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Eileen Herring       
    Opening Hymn: 1028 Fire of Commitment - singers Brenna Woods, Kathy Grossman, and Dan Murphy       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Layne Bonvouloir       
    Story: Amiras Porpoise by: Chrissy Bushyager - Read by Layne       
    Anthem: A Dedication (lyrics by Lea Morris, sung by Love-led choir, including our own Sadie Kahn-Greene)       
    Testimonial #1 - Paul Introcasso       
    Spirit of Life        
    Testimonial #2 - Eileen Herring       
    Outreach Offering for the Donna Purkhiser & Gregory McDevitt Scholarship Fund - Brenna Woods. Music        

Going Deeper
    Reading by Henry Nelson Wieman - Eileen Herring       

    Anthem: We Shall Overcome: Love Will Rise Again (Nimo Patel & Daniel Nahmod) - find the video We Shall Overcome:Love Will Rise Again 
    Homily - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Love Will Guide Us (lyrics by Sally Rogers)       
    Benediction       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Loved into Being         
Date recorded: March 7, 2021
Join Rev. Allison Palm and Sadie Kahn-Green Director of Faith Formation as they introduce as special UUA Service. This UUA Service by Faith in Unitarian Universalism isn’t just an intellectual exercise: it’s “heart” work. This service features a sermon by UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, as well as vibrant music, storytelling, and other worship elements that will help us to grow in spirit, courage, and generosity. We will not be posting this here, but you can follow this link to their portions of the service: Loved Into Being Sunday Service

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       

Centering
    Welcome & Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm & Sadie Kahn-Green       

Sharing in Community

    The rest of the service is provided by the UUA. You can find the link here: Loved Into Being Sunday Service 
    Outreach: Children's Winder Garden with White Wing School - Chris Clanin, Vitoria Agnew       

Going Deeper
    Fueling Our Flame - Stewardship Team       

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Practicing Beloved Community         
Date recorded: February 28, 2021
This all ages service will explore how we practice Beloved Community together and how that practice helps us to build both a stronger church community and a world with more justice and more love.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Allison       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting - Sadie and the Cardone family       
    Opening Hymn: Building Bridges #1023       
    Mission of the UU Church of Nashua       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Outreach: Immigrant Solidarity Network's Rental Assistance Program       
    Music: "Living in the Holy City" by S Hatfield       
    From You I Receive #402       
    Wonderbox, Part 1       
    "Reflections on the Beloved Community" by Fair Housing Justice Center        
    Wonderbox, Part 2       
    Anthem: "Safe Place to Land" by Sara Bareilles and Lori McKenna       
    Fueling our Flame Stewardship Testimonial - Carl Phillips       
    Spirit of LIfe #123       

GOING DEEPER
    Words for Reflection - Pat Ladew       
    Living in the Already and Not Yet - Allison and Sadie       
    Anthem: "Come Look Beyond" (Dan Murphy) Dan Murphy, Kathy Grossman, John Burkitt       
    Gratitude Prayer - Allison and Congregation       
    Moving from Gratitude to Commitment - Ben       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Hymn: "There is a Love" Words: Rebecca Parker, Music: Elizabeth Norton        
    Benediction - Allison       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" by Kathy Grossman       

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Recordings from the February 21, 2021 service         
Date recorded: February 21, 2021
This service, entitled "White Supremacy Teach-In" is led by our Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman with the support of Worship Associate, Robin Trudel. In 2021, actual “white supremacists” are not required in order to uphold white supremacist culture. In order for us to be more effective at tackling the white supremacy beyond our walls, we must also identify ways in which systems of supremacy and inequality live within our faith and our lives.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Robin Trudel       
    Opening Hymn - Building Bridges       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene and the Phillip's Family       
    Singing the Children to their Workshops: As You Go (Kathleen Tracy)       
    Stewardship Testimonial - Lindsey Sylvester       

     Anthem: "Make Good Trouble" (from the words of John Lewis, music of Elizabeth Melvin, sung by Lea Morris) shown with permission. Look on YouTube & on Lea's website: https://www.thisislea.com/  
    Response: Spirit of Life       
    Outreach Offering: GSOP Immigrant Rental Assistance       
    Outreach Music: Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around (Rollo Dilworth)       
    Response:        

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Robin Trudel       
    Anthem: How Long - Vengerflutta Smith (B. Miller)       
    Homily: White Supremacy Teach-In - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Where You Go (Shoshana Jedwab)       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the February 14, 2021          
Date recorded: February 14, 2021
Today's service is led by Rev Allison Palm. What if to “side with love” meant making bold, faith-full choices? What if it were even a little bit scary? This worship service brings together worship leaders and musicians from across the country to offer hopeful, moving, challenging reminders about what we, as Unitarian Universalists, are called to do, and BE, in the world. A large portion of the service was provided by our denomination's national organization, the UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association). We will not be posting this here, but you can follow this link to their portions of the service: UUA Side with Love Sunday Service
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       
    Ritual of Gratitude and Release - Rev Allison and members of the congregation       

    The rest of the service is provided by the UUA. You can follow this link to hear all of it: UUA Side with Love Sunday Service 

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Fueling the Flame of Beloved Community         
Date recorded: February 7, 2021
Today's service is led by Rev Allison Palm where she asks, what is Beloved Community and how are we nurturing the vision of Beloved Community both inside and outside of our congregation? How can each of help to fue the flame of Beloved Community? Join us to ponder these important questions.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Pat Ladew       
    Opening Hymn: Building Bridges - Hymn #1023       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: GSOP Immigrant Rental Assistance - Eva Castillo; Video/Music: Let It Shine additional lyrics by Nancy Price; arranged by Don Besig        
    Response: From You I Receive - No. 402       
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    UU Church of Nashua Mission        
    Anthem: Hand in Hand - M. Monforti       
    Outreach Presentation:How Has UU Nashua Fueled Your Flame? - Stewardship Team       
    Response: Spirit of Life - No.123       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Pat Ladew       
    Anthem: One Voice - Ruth Moody       
    Homily: Rev. Allison Palm       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: We Shall Be Known - MaMuse       
    Benediction: Rev. Allison Palm       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy       

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Recordings from the January 31, 2021 service.         
Date recorded: January 31, 2021
On this Switch it up Sunday, we started together in worship online and then split up for workshops about the various ways we are creatively getting through the pandemic winter doldrums. Join us to spark your imagination and have some fun! Rev Allison Palm leads the service. Although we are not able to post the workshops themselves, maybe you could try one of the topics on your own! The workshops were: journaling, making a pandemic playlist, planning your garden and starting seeds, advocacy postcards, making cards and letters for church penpals, sharing your art, book buzz, and humor during a pandemic.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Chalice lighting - Eileen Herring       
    Hymn: There Is More Love Somewhere - sung by Suellen Davidson        

Sharing in Community
    Spirit of Life        
    Wonderbox - Rev Allison, with special guest Elmo       
    Outreach Offering: Fuel Assistance Project - Brenna Woods. Music from our choir: Storm Is Passing Over (Charles A. Tindley; B. W. Baker, arr.)       

Going Deeper

    Workshops are not recorded, but please try your hand at a topic: journaling, planning garden, making cards, making a pandemic playlist, sharing art, book buzz, advocacy postcards, or humor. 

Returning to Service in Life
    Coming back together - Rev Allison       
    Closing Hymn: Roots and Wings (written and sung by Matt Meyer)       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy by Kathy Grossman        

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Painting Our Dreams         
Date recorded: January 24, 2021
An all ages service exploring creativity, art and imagination.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Allison       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting: Reading - "A Flame to Light Our Path"       
    Opening Hymn: There is More Love Somewhere #95       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Outreach: Southern NH Fuel Assistance Fund       
    Music: "Every Little Bit of It" (Carrie Newcomer) sung by Mary Ellen Wessels       
    From You I Receive #402       
    Wonderbox, Part 1 - Sadie       
    Reading: "Sky Color" (Peter Reynolds)       
    Wonderbox, Part 2       
    "Pure Imagination" (from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley) - sung by Lindsey Hedrick and Anne Smith       
    Spirit of Life #123       

GOING DEEPER
    Art Reflections - Allison       
    Anthem: Acts of Creation (Catherine Faber, arr. Jed Holland)       
    Democracy Doodle Story - Sadie       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Hymn: My Life Flows On #108       
    Benediction - Allison       
    Song for Parting (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the January 17, 2021 service         
Date recorded: January 17, 2021
This service, entitled "Imagining with the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." is led by our Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman. MLK helped us imagine a just world. What would our world be like if he were still in it?

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Andy Capen       
    Opening Hymn: There Is More Love Somewhere #95       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box        
    Departing Blessing: As You Go       
    Anthem: Imagine (John Lennon) - soloist Anne Smith       
    Spirit of Life No. 123       
    Outreach Offering: Southern New Hampshire Fuel Assistance Program       
    Special Music: MLK (U2)       
    Response: From You I Receive       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Andy Capen       
    Anthem: Everything Possible (Fred Small)       
    Homily - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Let Justice Roll Down (Aileen Vance) - sung by Lea Morris       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the January 10, 2021 service         
Date recorded: January 10, 2021
Today's service, Imagining the New Year, is led by Rev Allison Palm, with support from guest musician Peter Mayer, music director Jed Holland, director of faith formation Sadie Kahn-Greene, ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman, and worship associate Bob Coulter. Please listen to the beautiful and meaningful music! To learn more about Peter Mayer, check out his website at www.petermayer.net

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice lighting - Oliver Kahn-Greene       
    Opening Hymn: There is More Love Somewhere - Hymn No. 95 - singer Suellen Davidson       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: Fuel Assistance Project - Roy Goodman       
    Music: Turn Me Earth by Peter Mayer, copyright 2019, www.petermayer.net       
    Response: From You I Receive No. 402       
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Anthem: The Morning by Peter Mayer, copyright 2014, www.petermayer.net       
    Spirit of Life No. 123       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Bob Coulter       
    Music: Beauty of the World by Peter Mayer, copyright 2019, www.petermayer.net       
    Reflection - Rev Allison       
    Music: One More Circle by Peter Mayer, copyright 2001, www.petermayer.net       
    Sharing Our Art - Sadie       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Where is the Light? by Peter Mayer, copyright 2005, www.petermayer.net       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Question Box         
Date recorded: January 3, 2021
Got a question about life? religion? Unitarian Universalism? something else entirely? Rev. Allison does her best to answer your questions on the fly in this Question Box service! You can submit a question here: https://forms.gle/36taoqcGHWkMdk9HA

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Tess George/Jim Woolsey       
    Opening Hymn: There is More Love Somewhere - Video/Hymn No. 95       

Sharing in Community
    Invitation: Submit questions here:        
    Outreach: Southern NH Fuel Assistance Fund - Jodi Holway       
    Outreach Music: Who Knows? (Where the Windows Blows), JMM and Pamela Martin, words; Joseph M Martin, music       
    Response: From You I Receive No. 402       
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Anthem: Over the Rainbow (music by Harold Arlen, lyrics E.Y. Harburg) - Kathy Grossman       
    Response: Spirit of Life - No.123       

Going Deeper
    Questions - Tess George & Rev. Allison Palm       
    Anthem: Counting Blue Cars (Dishwalla)- Sarah Shor, soloist       
    More Questions - Tess George & Rev. Allison Palm       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Where Do We Come From? - Hymn No. 1003 - singers Brenna Woods, Suzi Grossman, Alex Taylor, Frank and Kathy Grossman       
    Benediction: Rev. Allison Palm       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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When Bad Years Happen to Good People         
Date recorded: December 27, 2020
As 2020 draws to a close it’s time to pause, reflect, say goodbye and then look toward the new year.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting - Robin Trudel       
    Opening Hymn: "Find a Stillness" #352       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Wonderbox - Eileen Herring       
    "Another Day" - Steve Hedges       
    Spirit of Life       
    Outreach Offering - SNH Fuel Assistance - Burns Fisher       
    "It's a Brand New Day"       
    From You I Receive       

GOING DEEPER
    Words for Reflection - Robin Trudel       
    "Unwritten" - Anne Smith, Kathleen Griffis, Brenna Woods, Sarah Shor       
    Homily - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Hymn: "How Could Anyone" #1053       
    Benediction - Ben Atherton-Zeman       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" by Kathy Grossman       

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Recordings from the 5 pm Christmas Eve service, 2020         
Date recorded: December 24, 2020
Today's Christmas Eve service is led by Rev Allison Palm, on her first day back from parental leave - it is wonderful to have her back! Many people helped with this service, including Faith Formation Director Sadie Kahn-Greene, Music Director Jed Holland, Ministerial Intern Ben Atherton-Zeman, Worship Associate Eileen Herring, and congregation members Mary Holland, Julian Kahn-Greene, and Grace Morton.
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       
    Carol: Deck The Hall       
    Opening Words and Chalice lighting - Mary Holland & Julian Kahn-Greene       
    Carol: O Come All Ye Faithful       
    Today is a Special Day - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    And so the Story Begins - Grace Morton       
    Arriving to Bethlehem - Rev Allison       
    Carol: O Little Town of Bethlehem       
    Sharing Our Creations - Sadie       
    Jesus is Born - Ben       
    Arriving to Bethlehem - Rev Allison       
    Carol: Il Est Ne'!, Noel! (He is Born) - by Steve Kupferschmid - sung by our virtual church Christmas Eve choir       
    Sharing Our Creations - Sadie       
    The Shepherds Visit - Eileen Herring       
    Arriving to Bethlehem - Rev Allison       
    Carol: Angels We Have Heard on High       
    Sharing Our Creations - Sadie       
    The Magi Visit - Julian       
    Arriving to Bethlehem - Rev Allison       
    Carol: We Three Kings       
    Sharing Our Creations - Sadie       
    Outreach Offering for SNH Fuel Assistance - Ben       
    Offertory Music: Will the Angels Still Sing (Heidi M. Singer, arr J Holland) - sung by soloists Brenna Woods, Steve Hedges, and Anne Smith       
    Passing the Light - Rev Allison       
    Hymn: Dona Nobis Pacen/Silent Night       
    Carrying the Light Into the World - Rev Allison, Sadie, and Ben       
    Carol: Joy to the World       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       

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Recordings from the 7 pm Christmas Eve service, 2020         
Date recorded: December 24, 2020
Tonight's Christmas Eve service is led by Rev Allison Palm, with support from Music Director Jed Holland; Ministerial Intern Ben Atherton-Zeman; Worship Associates Tess George, Bob Coulter, and Andy Capen; congregation members Bob Sampson, Mary Holland, and Julian Kahn-Greene

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Introit: Deck the Hall       
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Mary Holland and Julian Kahn-Greene       
    Carol: O Come, All Ye Faithful       

Sharing in Community
    Lesson: Readings from Isiah and Luke - Bob Sampson       
    Carol: Il Est Ne'! Noel! (He is Born) - by Steve Kupferschmid - sung by our virtual Christmas Eve Choir       
    Lesson: Perfect Love, by Rev Dan Schatz - Andy Capen       
    Carol: O Little Town of Bethlehem       
    Lesson: The Shepherds - Ben Atherton-Zeman       
    Carol: Angels We Have Heard on High       
    Lesson: The Camels Speak, by Lynn Ungar - Bob Coulter       
    Carol: We Three Kings       
    Outreach Offering: SNH Fuel Assistance - Ben       
    Offertory Music: Will the Angels Still Sing (Heidi M. Singer, J. Holland) - soloists Brenna Woods, Steve Hedges, Anne Smith       

Going Deeper
    Lesson: Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem, by Maya Angelou - Tess George       
    Passing the Light - Rev Allison       
    Hymn: Dona Nobis Pacem/Silent Night       
    Carrying the Light Into the World - Rev Allison & Ben       

Returning to Service in Life
    Carol: Joy to the World       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       

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Recordings from the December 20, 2020 service         
Date recorded: December 20, 2020
This is a Solstice Service entitled "Here Comes the Sun", led by Director of Faith Formation, Sadie Kahn-Greene and UU Nashua Children and Youth! For copyright reasons, we cannot post the audio of the Lea Morris video "Honor the Dark". This video can be accessed at her website https://www.thisislea.com.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Sadie Kahn-Greene       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Rev. Allison Palm, Tristan Husby, Olympia & Hosea       
    Scene 1: Introduction - Faith Formation Participants       
    Opening Hymn: Fine A Stillness       

Sharing in Community
    Scene 2: The Sun God Goes to Sleep - The Atwell Family       
    Anthem: The Longest Night of the Year by Peter Mayer, copyright 2005, www.petermayer.net - soloist Harry Purkhiser       
    Scene 3: The Holly King and the Oak King - The Holmes Family       
    Response: Spirit of Life       
    Scene 4: The Children and Trees are Scared - Faith Formation Participants       
    Anthem: One Candle, One Flame (Linda Sobo)       
    Outreach Offering: SNH Fuel Assistance - Cecile Bonvouloir       
    Response:        

Going Deeper
    Scene 5: The Return of the Oak King - The Holmes Family       
    Anthem: Here Comes the Sun (George Harrison) - Darcy Hinkle       
    Scene 6: Sun God Returns and Sees the Trees - Faith Formation Participants       

Returning to Service in Life
    Anthem: Wassail Song - The Holland Family       
    Closing Reflection - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Benediction       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the December 13, 2020 service.          
Date recorded: December 13, 2020
Today we join our Worship Associates Pat Ladew, Robin Trudel, and Andy Capen as they explore different ways of being still to discover the truth of who you are.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Pat Ladew       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Robin Trudel       
    Opening Hymn: Find Stillness - soloists Kathleen Griffis, Brenna Woods, Anne Smith, Emma Rearick        

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Wonder box continued       
    Anthem: Stand in the Light (words & music S. Moccio & L. Christy, arr. by R Emerson) - soloist Brenna Woods       
    Outreach Presentation: SNH Fuel Assistance - Brenna Woods       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Robin        
    Homily - Pat        
    Homily - Andy Capen       
    Anthem: Be Here, Be Still (Melissa Monfort) - Anne Smith       
    Homily - Robin       

Returning to Service in LIfe
    Closing Hymn: Dark of Winter       
    Benediction - Pat       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting         
Date recorded: December 6, 2020
Join guest Minister Rev. Kimberley Debus, Ministerial Intern Ben Atherton-Zeman and Worship Associate Tess George for this service that reminds us that December is a time of waiting, as the calendar connects us to holy days of anticipation, hope, and expectation.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Opening Hymn: Find Stillness - Video       

Sharing in Community
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Singing Our Children & Volunteering Out: As You Go by Kathleen Tracy       
    Response: Spirit of Life - No. 123       
    Outreach Presentation: SNH Fuel Assistance - Fatima Masic       
    Response: From You I Receive - No. 402       

Going Deeper
    Movement One: A Pregnant Pause. Music: O Come Emmanuel, verse one - Dan Murphy       
    Homily: Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Prayer: Ben Atherton-Zemen       
    Movement Two: How Long, O Lord, How Long? Music: O Come, Emmanuel, verse two - Kathy Grossman       
    Homily: Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Prayer: Tess George       
    Movement Three: Any Minute Now. Music: O Come, Emmanuel, verse three - Vengerflutta Smith       
    Homily: Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Prayer: Ben Atherton-Zemen       
    Movement Four: When Hope is Hard to Find. Music: O Come, Emmanuel, verse three - Brenna Woods       
    Homily: Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Prayer: Tess George       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Come Sing A Song With Me - No. 346       
    Benediction - Rev. Kimberley Debus       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the November 29, 2020 service         
Date recorded: November 29, 2020
Today's service, "Healing Without Being Fixed" is led by Worship Associates Emma Rearick, Eileen Herring, and Bob Coulter, with support from ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman, and music director Jed Holland.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Emma Rearick       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Emma        
    Reading - Eileen Herring       
    Opening Hymn: What Wondrous Love       

Sharing in Community
    Spirit of Life       
    Wonderbox - Ben Atherton-Zeman       
    Outreach Offering: Bridges - Burns Fisher       

Going Deeper
    Healing Reading #1 - Medical/Illness - Eileen       
    Anthem: You Are Loved (by Jason Shelton) - Sung by Kim Steele, Suellen Davidson, Jess Woods, Emma Rearick, Anne Smith, Geri Davidson, Martha Holland, and Kathy Grossman       
    Healing Reading #2 - Emotional - Emma       
    Anthem: Blackbird (Lennon & McCartney) - soloist Brenna Woods, guitarist Steve Hedges       
    Reading #3: Aging - Bob Coulter       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: For All That Is Our Life       
    Benediction - Bob       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Breathe In, Breathe Out         
Date recorded: November 22, 2020
There is always so much to do in our lives that it’s rare that we take a moment to stop and and take a deep breath. When things feel out of control and overwhelming, what does it feel like to remind ourselves to rest, to breathe, to take a moment to be present to our bodies? Sometimes it’s scary to do that, but it’s so important for taking care of ourselves and each other.

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Carl Phillips       

CENTERING
    Chalice Lighting: "Be Still With Me and Enter" by Rev. Marta Valentin - Rev. Aisha Ansano       
    Opening Hymn: "What Wondrous Love" #18       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Spirit of Life #123       
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Laurel Rearick-Guarnari       
    "Belly Breathe" - Brenna Woods and Friends       
    Outreach - November recipient "Bridges"       
    From You I Receive #402       

GOING DEEPER
    Words for Reflection: from the book, "Sources of Strength: Meditations on Scripture for a Living Faith" by Jimmy Carter - Carl Phillips       
    "Take Time" - Sarah Shor, Geri Davidson, and the Music Team       
    Sermon: "Breathe In, Breathe Out" - Rev. Aisha Ansano       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Hymn: "Meditation on Breathing" #1009       
    Benediction - Rev. Aisha Ansano       
    Song for Parting: "Peace and Joy" by Kathy Grossman       

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Recordings from the November 15, 2020 service         
Date recorded: November 15, 2020
This service, entitled "The Gift of Life: Hospice Stories on Loving and Healing" acknowledges that lessons on how to live and how to heal can come from unexpected places and be laced with humor and joy. Worship leader Cynthia Knowles, a hospice chaplain, invites the congregation to share some of the gifts she received along the way and to pose the question back to them, "What stories have changed you?" Supporting this service are our Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman, Director of Faith Formation Sadie Kahn-Greene, and Worship Associate, Emma Rearick.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Chalice Lighting - Emma Rearick       
    Opening Hymn - What Wondrous Love       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box: When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree (Jamie L. B. Deenihan) - Sadie Kahn-Greene and Layne Bonvouloir       
    Singing the Children to their Workshops: As You Go (Kathleen Tracy)       
    Response: Spirit of Life       
    Outreach Offering: Bridges       
    Response: From You I Receive       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Emma       
    Anthem: Hold Me, Rock Me (Brian Tate) - The Holland family       
    Sermon: The Gift of Life: Hospice Stories on Loving and Healing - Cynthia Knowles       
    Anthem: Swimming to the Other Side (Pat Humphries) - Dan Murphy, Tess George, Kathy Grossman       

Returning to Service in LIfe
    Benediction - Cynthia       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the November 8, 2020 service         
Date recorded: November 8, 2020
Today's service is led by Ben Atherton-Zeman.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Andy Capen       
    Opening Hymn: What Wondrous Love is This?       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box & Night Blessing Prayer - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Spirit of Life       
    Anthem: What The World Needs Now (Burt Bacharach) - Steve Hedges       
    Outreach Offering: Bridges, Choir music: I'm Gonna Get Through This World - Victoria Agnew       
    Words of Reflection - Andy Capen       
    Anthem: Japanese Bowl by Peter Mayer, copyright 2010, www.petermayer.net - soloist Harry Purkhiser       

Going Deeper
    Homily: Healing the Nation - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: This is My Song       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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All Souls Remembrance         
Date recorded: November 1, 2020
How do we grieve when we can’t do it in community? How do we know what others need to heal? During this service, we made space for us all to remember we can find healing. We created a video presentation to honor, celebrate and remember loved ones who have died and we shared several rituals for healing.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Bob Coulter       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Tess George       
    Opening Hymn: What Wonderous Love #18       

Sharing in Community
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Honoring Our Ancestors - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Remembering Our Ancestors - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Ritual with Prayer Drawing & Words - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Response: Spirit of Life No. 123       

Going Deeper
    Remembering Loved Ones Rituals - Sadie Kahn-Greene & Bob Coulter       
    Anthem: We Are (Ysaye Barnwell) - UU GA 2020 virtual choir       
    Remembering Loved Ones Rituals - Tess George & Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Outreach: Bridges - Roy Goodman & Amy Jo Muscott       
    Music: Count On Me (by Bruno Mars) - UUCN 2014 Childrens Choir       
    Response: From You I Receive #402       

Returning to Service in Life
    Benediction: Tess George       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy performed by Kathy Grossman       
    Postlude: Jed Holland       

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Recordings from the October 25, 2020 online service         
Date recorded: October 25, 2020
Today's online service is "Active Listening", led by our ministerial intern Ben Atherton-Zeman. Ben explores feeding back feelings and meaning, to listen for what is not being said so we can understand what someone actually needs rather than what we think they need. Supporting Ben today are music director Jed Holland, worship associate Emma Rearick, Tess George, Burns Fisher. Today's beautiful special anthem solos are provided by Steve Hedges and Brenna Woods. Please listen - they are both so wonderful!

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Chalice Reading and Lighting - Emma Rearick and Tess George        
    Opening Hymn: When Our Heart Is In A Holy Place       
    Opening Words - Tess George       
    Anthem: When You Say Nothing At All (Paul Overstreet & Don Schlittz) - Steve Hedges       

Sharing In Community
    Wonderbox: The Ear and the Heart - Ben & Emma with Abigail       
    Spirit of Life (#123) - Emma       
    Outreach Presentation: GSOP - Burns Fisher, Choir recording of Oceans and Stars (Amy Bernon)       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection: The Good News (Thich Nhat Hanh) - Tess       
    Anthem: Listen (Henry Krieger, Anne Preven, Scott Cutler, and Beyonce Knowles) - Brenna Woods       
    Homily: Active Listening - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Returning to Service in Life

    Closing Hymn: Listening (Lea Morris) - We aren't posting this song, but please look her music up! 
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (by Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from October 18, 2020         
Date recorded: October 18, 2020
In this service, entitled "Music Lessons in a Time of Dissonance", guest Worship Leader Matt Meyer reflects on what lessons music can teach us about Deep Listening and the spiritual practice of paying attention. Matt is a musician and worship leader who has led hundreds of services for UU Congregations across the country. He has a degree in hand drumming and serves as Director of Community Life for Sanctuary Boston.

Gathering Community
    Prelude - Matt Meyer       
    Welcome & Greeting - Eileen Herring       

Centering
    Opening Words: Breath, Said the Wind, by Lynn Ungar - Eileen Herring       
    Opening Hymn: When Our Heart is in a Holy Place       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: Granite State Organizing Project       
    Outreach Music - Matt Meyer       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Wonder Box: Woodpecker and the Forest Band - Matt Meyer       
    Singing the Children & Volunteers to Workshops: As You Go       
    Anthem: On the Day We are Together Again (Humbird) - Matt Meyer       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection: Pry Me Off Dead Center (Ted Loder) - Ben, Eileen, and Matt       
    Sermon: Music Lessons in a Time of Dissonance - Matt Meyer       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: There are More Waters Rising (Matt Meyer) - Matt       
    Invitation to Sharing Worship Creations - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Benediction - Matt Meyer       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the October 11, 2020 service         
Date recorded: October 11, 2020
Join Sadie Kahn-Greene, our Director of Faith Formation, as she leads us in this service to listen to the voices and stories of Indigenous People.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome - Bob Coulter       

Centering
    Chalice Lighting - Laurel, William, Adam, John, Jonathan, Charlotte, Sadie, Paulie       
    Opening Hym: When Our Heart Is In A Holy Place       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Spirit of Life - Ben Atherton-Zeman       
    Outreach Offering for GSOP (Granite State Organizing Project) - Burns Fisher       
    Anthem: Look Beyond Tomorrow (Dave Dunbar) - singers = Jon Lasselle, Kathy Grossman, Ian Ouziel, Emma , Martha Holland, Sarah Shor. Kathy Grossman on recorder.       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection: We are our Stories - Robin Trudel       

    Anthem: I'm Listening (by Lea Morris) - we cannot post this song, but please look her up - her songs are beautiful! 
    Homily: The Stories We Listen To - Sadie       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Do You Hear?       
    Benediction - Robin       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy by Kathy Grossman        

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Building Our Vision         
Date recorded: October 4, 2020
Listen while our Building Our Vision Team goes deeper with their vision statement about our church buildings.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Lindsey Hedrick       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Opening Hymn: When Our Heart is in a Holy Place       

Sharing in Community

Why Are We Here? - Steve Pugh
    Wonder Box & Story - Lindsey Sylvester, Anna and Bob Sampson       
    Anthem - Hand in Hand (Words and Music By Mellissa Monforti) - UU Nashua Music Team       
    Spirit of Life - No. 123       
    Outreach Offering - Lindsey Hedrick and Jane Knoy from GSOP       
    Response: From You I Receive - No. 402       

Going Deeper
    Reflection 1 - Kate O'Shea       
    Reflection 2 - Bob Sampson       
    Reflection 3 - Frank Grossman       
    Reflection 4 - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Reflection 5 - Rick Spitz       

Returning to Service in Life
    Amazing UU Churches - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Closing Hymn: The Fire of Commitment - Brenna Wood       
    Benediction - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Song for Parting - Peace and Joy       
    Breakout Rooms - Sadie Kahn-Green       

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Recordings from the September 27, 2020 service         
Date recorded: September 27, 2020
Today's service is "Beginning Again". It is led by our Rev Allison Palm, for her last service before taking parental leave. We'll see her again in late December. Supporting the service are Music Director Jed Holland, Faith Formation Director Sadie Kahn-Greene, Church Board member Roy Goodman, and worship associate Pat Ladew. Fall is often a time of new beginnings. What does it look like to use this as a time of redemption and reinvention, renewing ourselves and our relationships to each other? Listen to today's special music solos by Steve Hedges and Anne Smith.

Gathering the community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Pat Ladew       
    Opening Hymn: Bright Morning Star (Traditional tune, lyrics by Matt Meyer) - Matt Meyer       

Sharing in Community
    Spirit of Life       
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Anthem: Circle (Harry Chapin) - Steve Hedges        
    Outreach Offering - Roy Goodman, Choir recording Closer To The Flame (words by Susan Bentall Boersma; music by David Lantz III)       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Pat Ladew       
    Homily: Beginning Again - Rev Allison Palm       
    Anthem: The Rose (Amanda McBroom) - Anne Smith       
    Ritual for Beginning Again - Rev Allison & Sadie       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Soon the Day Will Arrive       
    Benediction - Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy by Kathy Grossman        

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Recordings from the September 20, 2020 service         
Date recorded: September 20, 2020
Fall is often a time of new beginnings. What does it look like to use this as a time of redemption and reinvention, renewing ourselves and our relationships to each other? This service, led by Rev. Allison Palm with the assistance of Director of Faith Formation, Sadie Kahn-Greene, Ministerial Intern, Ben Atherton-Zeman, and Worship Associate, Eileen Herring, is entitled "Beginning Again".

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Eileen Herring       
    Opening Hymn - Bright Morning Star (Matt Meyer)       

Sharing in Community
    Wonder Box: A Tale of Three Villages by Renee Ruchotzke - Sadie Kahn-Greene and Samuel Agnew       
    As You Go (Kathleen Tracy)       
    Outreach Offering - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Anthem: Hope (Ysaye Barnwell)- Virtual Choir       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Eileen Herring       
    Anthem: Found / Tonight (Ben Platt and Lin Manuel-Miranda) - Brenna Woods and Lindsey Hedrick       
    Sermon: Beginning Again - Rev. Allison       

Returning to Service in LIfe
    Closing Hymn: Common Thread (Pat Humphries) - Virtual Choir       
    Review of Breakout Sessions - Sadie       
    Benediction - Rev. Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the September 13, 2020 service         
Date recorded: September 13, 2020
Today is our first service back for the regular church year. It is our Ingathering Water Communion Service. We are still holding our services remotely, but we had a drive-through water collection for members who wanted to safely contribute water to our collective bowl.

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev Allison Palm       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting: We Bid You Welcome (Richard Gilbert, lyrics; Jason Shelton, music) - UU Music Team and members of the congregation       
    Opening Hymn: Bright Morning Star       

Sharing in Community
    Message from Rev Susan Frederick-Gray       
    Wonder Box - Sadie Kahn-Greene and the Wonderbox Bot       
    Water Meditation       
    Outreach Offering: Jodie Holway       
    Spirit of Life No. 123       

Going Deeper
    Introducing the Water Communion       
    Anthem: River (Coco Love Alcorn) - UUCN Music Team members Kathy Grossman, Steve Hedges, Lindsey Hedrick, Dan Murphy, Anne Smith, Brenna Woods       
    Water Refreshes - Ben & Carl       
    Blessing Our Water - Rev Allison       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Blue Boat Home       
    Benediction - Rev Allison       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the September 6, 2020 Online Service         
Date recorded: September 6, 2020
Home Sweet Home Stay-at-home orders make us think more about the places we call home. Homes can be places of comfort, but also anxiety. Homes can be a refuge of safety, but for many they can be places of danger. What’s your relationship with where you call home? How has that changed since March 2020? What was it like before? What will it be like after? Have you reconsidered the different meanings of home to different people? Join us, as we explore where home is and how to go to a place of comfort, safety, and love.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Peggy Cardone       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Opening Hymn: Blue Boat Home       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: The Ministers Discretionary Fund       
    Response: From You I Receive - No. 402       
    Wonder Box - Peggy Cardone & friends       
    Response: Spirit of Life - No. 123       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection - Peggy Cardone       
    Hymn: Return Again by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Recorded by Joanna Lubkin & Matt Meyer       
    Sermon: Home - Lindsey Sylvester       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Home (Songwriters: Andrew Pearson and Greg Holden) performed by Joe & Lindsey Sylvester       
    Benediction - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy       

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Recordings from the August 30, 2020 virtual service         
Date recorded: August 30, 2020
Today's virtual service topic is "Reflections from UUA General Assembly 2020". It is led by General Assembly Participants Rev Allison Palm, Jeffrey Beland, Eileen Herring, Peggy Cardone, Lindsey Sylvester, Paul Introcosco, Sean Chadwik, and Karen Thomas. Join members of the congregation who attended the UUA’s virtual 2020 General Assembly to hear about their experiences and connect to our larger faith. Take a special listen to the music during outreach - Jed did some fun jazzy piano playing! Listen to Brenna's solo of "Fire of Commitment" too!

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome & Greeting - Jeff Beland       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting: A Community of Faith (by Judith L Quarles) - Eileen Herring       
    Opening Hymn: #1028 The Fire of Commitment - soloist Brenna Woods       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering - to the UUNashua Minister's Discretionary Fund - Listen to the great music played by Jed! - Eileen Herring       
    Wonderbox - Allyson Jutras       
    Anthem: Tomorrow (Kate and Justin Miner) - sung by UUA GA Virtual Choir 2020       
    Spirit of Life (#123) - Peggy Cardone       

Going Deeper
    Introducing General Assembly 2020 - Rev Allison       
    Reflection - Lindsey Sylvester       
    Reflection - Paul Intracosco       
    Reflection - Sean Chadwick       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn - Woyaya       
    Benediction: We Shall Overcome (by Jonalu Johnstone) - Karen Thomas       
    Song for Parting: Peace & Joy (by Kathy Grossman) - Rev Allison       

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Recordings from the August 23rd, 2020 online service: Back to School Blessings         
Date recorded: August 23, 2020
As we prepare for the new school year beginning, and all the fall brings, we draw from our UU tradition to ground us in strength and love. Featuring participants from our UU Sources Lego camp!

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Rev. Allison       

CENTERING
    Opening Words - Rev. Allison       
    Chalice Lighting - Rev. Allison and Kids Video       
    Opening Hymn - "Come, Come, Whoever You Are" #188       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Wonderbox - Sadie Kahn-Greene       
    Awe and Wonder - Rev. Allison       
    Prophetic People - Sadie, feat. the song "SuperHero" (sung by Nimo and Daniel Nay-mod of Empty Hand Music)       
    Outreach Offering (Minister's Discretionary Fund) - Charlotte       
    Response: "From You I Receive" #402       
    Wisdom From World Religions - Allison       
    Hymn: "Soon the Day Will Arrive" #146       
    "Spirit of Life" #123       
    Jewish and Christian Teachings - Sadie       

GOING DEEPER
    Humanist Teachings - science and reason - Allison       
    Earth-Centered Traditions - Sadie       
    Back to School Blessing - Allison & Sadie       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Hymn - "Love Will Guide Us" #131       
    Benediction - Sadie       
    Song for Parting - "Peace and Joy" (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the August 16, 2020 service         
Date recorded: August 16, 2020
This service, led by our Minister Emeritus, the Reverend Steve Edington, is entitled "What is a Religious Experience?" In his book "Ascent of the Mountain; Flight of the Dove", the late lay-theologian, Michael Novak, wrote that the religious or spiritual journey is an ongoing process of experience and reflection on the experience. It involves keeping ourselves open to certain transforming—and often unexpected—life altering experiences, and then stepping back to discern how such experiences can shape and define — or redefine — our lives going forward. With support from Worship Associate, Bob Coulter, Rev. Edington shares how this process of experience and reflection can play a significant role in our lives.

Gathering in Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Bob Coulter       

Centering
    Opening Words & Chalice Lighting - Rev. Steve Edington       
    Opening Hymn - O Life that Maketh All Things New       

Sharing in Community
    Outreach Offering: The Minister's Discretionary Fund       
    Response: From You I Receive       
    Response: Spirit of Life       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection: From Ascent of the Mountain; Flight of the Dove - Rev. Edington       
    Hymn: 'Tis a Gift to be Simple       
    Sermon: What is a Religious Experience? - Rev. Edington       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: When Our Heart is in a Holy Place       
    Benediction - Rev. Edington       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (Kathy Grossman)       

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Recordings from the August 9, 2020 service         
Date recorded: August 9, 2020
Today's online service, led by Ben Atherton-Zeman, is "Peace and Nuclear Disarmament." Ben was supported by Music Director Jed Holland and Worship Associate Robin Trudel. Listen to the thoughtful homily and the beautiful music!

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome - Ben Atherton-Zeman       

Centering
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting: The Road Not Taken (Robert Frost) - Robin Trudel        
    Opening Hymn: Somos El Barco (Lorre Wyatt) - Sung by members of the UUCN Church       

Sharing in Community
    Spirit of Life #123        
    Outreach Offering - Robin, and music played by Jed Holland.       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection: Chance for Peace (Dwight Eisenhower, 1953) - Robin       
    Anthem: This Land is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) - vocalists Kathy Grossman, Dan Murphy, Harry Purkhiser, Billy Parker on percussion, John Burkitt on bass       
    Homily - Ben       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: We Are (Ysaye Barnwell) - UU GA 2020 Virtual Choir       
    Benediction - Ben       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy (by Kathy Grossman) - Ben       

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Recordings from the August 2, 2020 online service: Lessons from Ruth         
Date recorded: August 2, 2020
Today's service: "Lessons from Ruth" is led by Roy Goodman. Supporting Roy are music director Jed Holland and worship associate Eileen Herring. Even an atheist Unitarian Universalist can find meaningful stories in the bible – and the Book of Ruth has a lot to offer. Listen to Jed's beautiful prelude music, offertory music, and the Kathy, Brenna, and Brenna trio today - all so lovely!

Gathering the Community
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome and Greeting - Eileen Herring       

Centering
    Chalice Lighting and Opening Words - Roy Goodman       
    Opening Hymn: Where You Go        

Sharing in Community
    Spirit of Life       
    Words for Reflection 1: The New Colossus, by Emma Lazarus - Roy Goodman       
    Outreach Offering: The Minister's Discretionary Fund - Eileen, Rev Allison, with music by Jed       

Going Deeper
    Words for Reflection 2: from        
    Anthem: Lean On Me (Bill Withers) - Kathy Grossman, Brenna Woods, Jed Holland       
    Homily: Lessons from Ruth - Roy Goodman       

Returning to Service in Life
    Closing Hymn: Come, Come, Whoever You Are       
    Benediction - Roy Goodman       
    Song for Parting: Peace and Joy by Kathy Grossman - Sadie zc        

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Recordings from the July 26th, 2020 online service: Animal Blessing         
Date recorded: July 26, 2020
The animals we share our lives with hold a special place in our hearts. This service will celebrate our relationships with animals, and offer blessings to our animal friends. Both live animals and stuffed animals are welcome!

GATHERING THE COMMUNITY
    Prelude - Jed Holland       
    Welcome - Rev. Allison       

CENTERING
    Opening Words and Chalice Lighting - Bob Coulter       
    Opening Hymn: All Creatures of the Earth and Sky #203       

SHARING IN COMMUNITY
    Outreach Offering - Bob C. "Bless the Beasts and the Children" (Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr., words and music; Audrey Snyder, arr.) sung by the UUCN Choir        
    Response: From You I Receive        
    Wonderbox - Rev. Allison       
    Spirit of Life #123       

GOING DEEPER
    Words for Reflection: When Your Best Friend Has Four or So Legs (Theresa I. Soto) - Bob C.       
    Remembering Our Animal Friends Who Are No Longer With Us and Animal Blessing - Rev. Allison       

RETURNING TO SERVICE IN LIFE
    Closing Song - "All God's Critters" (Bill Staine" - Dan Murphy       
    Benediction - Rev. Allison       
    Song for Parting - "Peace and Joy" (Kathy Grossman)       

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