Together We Rise
Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains
April 10, 2022
Rev. Kevin Tarsa, Cheryl Morris and Gail Johnson Vaughan, Worship Associates 

There’s no better way to awaken than to the aroma of freshly baked bread – warm and delicious with lots of the very best ingredients combined to bring out the best in each. UUCM is like that too. Join us this Sunday to consider how each of us brings our unique selves as a critical ingredient to everything we create together. 

Greeting Rev. Kevin Tarsa 

Land Acknowledgement read by Bob Branstrom 

Reading  Raising Bread by Diane Lee Moomey   Gail Johnson Vaughan and Beth Karow 

Song for Gathering  We Rise by Batya Levine and company [Watch/Listen to Batya’s wonderful song HERE]

Lighting of the Chalice    read by Bob Branstrom 

Welcome  Cheryl Morris, Worship Associate 

Opening “Words”  Beth Karow & Christy Sherr 

Wisdom for All Ages  Little Red Hen, traditional American fable, read by Cole Kimball 

Joys & Sorrows 

Prayer & Meditation  Rev. Kevin Tarsa 

Song  Open My Heart #1013   Music by Henry S. Flurry © 2004, www.HenryFlurry.com; performed by Susan T. Mashiyama, www.SusansHarpSongs.com 

Reading  Together We Rise by Julia Park Tracey 

Sermon Together We Rise  Rev. Kevin Tarsa 

Offering  Cheryl Morris, Worship Associate 

25% of our offering this month will support Citizens for Choice, which provide compassionate, confidential, non-judgmental reproductive health care services for women, men and teens through The Clinic! in Grass Valley. 

Your giving is vital to our ability to sustain the work of our community. Thank you for your generosity. See UUCM’s Giving Page to make a contribution.

Offertory  Jamie Thomas-Rose, piano 

Dedication  Cheryl Morris 

Stewardship Moment Janet Dunstan

Thank you 

Closing Song  The Tide is Rising by Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman and Yotam Schachter 

Closing Words  Rev. Kevin Tarsa 

Community Benediction / Extinguishing of the Chalice  
                   Carry the flame of peace and love until we meet again.