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JULY 2018
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Watch the movie "Wonder" together as a family. Discuss how themes in the film relate to our 7 principles.Start a meal together with a table grace
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Decorate some small note cards with positive messages. Leave them at coffee shops or in library books to brighten someone's day.If you are around this summer and would like to help out with a worship service on August 5, get in touch with Jessica, dre@uunorthampton.org. Light a Chalice At Dinner with a chalice lighting of your choice.
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Work together to create a craft that lists or symbolizes our 7 principles. Display it in your home.Has your family read, "Red?" Read it together. Has there ever been a time that any of you felt like someone expected you to be someone you weren't?
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Don't forget about your nature notebook. Check to make sure you've added those special moments.Light a Chalice At Dinner with a chalice lighting of your choice.
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Find online the Church of the Larger Fellowship video of hymn #188 "Come, Come Whoever You Are." Sing along! Discuss, as a family, why this hymn may be featured in many UU congregations. Can you find the original poem it comes from? Can you find the descant? What do you think of each of those?Has your family read the picture book, "A is for Activism?" Read that together and discuss why our UU values call us to engage in social justice.
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Chalice Lightings: 1) Life is a gift for which we are grateful. We gather in community to celebrate the glories and the mysteries of this great gift. ~Marjorie Montgomery 2) We are Unitarian Universalists with minds that think, hearts that love, and hands that are ready to serve. ~Aisha Hauser & Susan Lawrence 3) We light this chalice for the light of truth, the warmth of love and the energy of action. ~Mary Ann Moore (modified)
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Table graces: 1) God, we thank you for this food, for rest and home and all things good, for wind and rain and sun above, but most of all, for those we love. ~Anonymous 2) Earth, who gives to us this food, Sun, who makes it ripe and good, Dear Earth, dear Sun, by you we live. To you our loving thanks we give. ~Anonymous
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