Welcome to Eliot Chapel's Sunday service!


The Fifth Spirit and the Making of a Future We Cannot See” 

Rev. William Levwood, Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee


We live in a time in which a shocking amount of lies and deceit fill the airwaves. It's equally as shocking to come to terms with how normal this is in the United States of America, how so much of our history has been distorted to fit a grand national narrative built largely on lies. The movie Frozen II gives us an opportunity to reveal the truth about our past and, in doing so, to participate in the making of a future we cannot see.


Our service this week is created in collaboration and presented by minister Rev. William Levwood, DRE Helen Rivers Cassara, and Music Director Angel de Armendi of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee with special guest musician Li Kynvi


Our service video will be available at 10:00 am at eliotchapel.org and will remain here all week. You can also find it directly on Eliot Chapel's YouTube channel.



Order of Service:

Welcome – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

Prelude: “Yankee Doodle” to Improv 

Opening Words – Rev. William Levwood, Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee

Chalice Lighting – Helen & Henry Rivers Cassara

Opening Hymn: “There’s a River Flowin’ in My Soul” – Li Kynvi, guitar & vocal

A Time for All Ages

Meditation in Song: “Los Cuatros Elementos” by Pedro Vadhar – performed by Cielo & Tierra


Invitation to Giving – Paula Fulks, Eliot Chapel member

Offertory: “Somos la luz del bosque” by Adrian Freedman – Angel de Armendi, vocal & piano

Sermon: “The Fifth Spirit and the Making of a Future We Cannot See” – Rev. William Levwood

Chalice Extinguishing & Closing Words

Postlude: “Spirit Bird” – Xavier Rudd, vocal & guitar




You may download an order of service here as well.


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SHARED PLATE QR CODEEvery Sunday, Eliot Chapel shares half of the offertory with an organization in the community whose work reflects our shared values. This is one way that we care for our community and our neighbors. We are very pleased that June's recipient is the Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project (MICA Project). MICA is a community organization committed to working with low-income immigrants to overcome barriers to justice.

You may donate in multiple ways: Use the QR code to the left to be taken directly to our giving form. Mail a check to Eliot Chapel (address at the bottom of this page); be sure to put “MICA” in the memo line. Or text Eliot SHAREDPLATE $3 to 73256. A link in the reply text will take you to our secure database web page where you can complete your transaction. Please note, "SharedPlate" must be entered as one word to reach that preferred option. Choose your preferred amount; $3 is the minimum for online giving. See our Giving page for more information.


June 20, 2021



Eliot Unitarian Chapel      100 South Taylor Ave.     Kirkwood, MO 63122     314-821-0911