9/26/21 Be Here for This by Rev. Danielle Lindstrom



Welcome  Our words of welcome by Lyn Cox

Come you accidental pilgrims, you who find yourself on a journey of surprise and wonder. Come you who emerge into this place as an act of liberation. Come you who seek a life of mindfulness and a place to test your thoughts. Come you who bring hearts of all kinds: heavy hearts, rusty hearts, hearts broken open in revelation, hearts full of love to share. Come you who seek courage, and you who have more courage than you realize. Come you who stand behind the curtain, gathering up the resources to claim your truth. Come you who have been in a bubble, you who are poised for transformation.


We begin our story again, gathering courage, love, mindfulness, and a sense of purpose. We gather as people of all ages, of different abilities, different backgrounds, and different perspectives. We share a covenant, a direction for our shared journey, and a commitment to encourage and challenge one another to spiritual growth.


This path will ask much from us. Let us move forward with love. Let us move forward with appreciation for one another. Let us move forward knowing we are not alone. Whoever you are, whatever your gifts, you are welcome to join this journey.


Chalice Lighting by Adrian L. H. Graham

We kindle a flame of power, illuminating the Holy in each of our faces.

We recognize in the flame a passionate commitment to our shared faith.

We are held and carried from day to day, week to week, in the shining of the light.

This flame is mine, as well as yours.

We are brought together on this day, called to growth, to expansion, within its glow.

What does your heart know while beholding this holy fire?


Hymn Now Let Us Sing


Gesture of Friendship


Message for all Ages Our Principles as a House of Love by Karen G. Johnston


Children’s Blessing






Reflection Carl Hubbard


Sermon Rev. Danielle Lindstrom




Moment of quiet




Go forth in love.
Gor forth in courage.
Go forth in hope.
Our worship is over our service begins.
Go forth until we return again.