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Welcome to Eliot Chapel's Sunday service!

 

Winning with a Tough Mind and Tender Heart” – Amy H. Hunter

In a time when we are asked to reimagine our lives, examine the work of a servant leader, explore what faithful activism looks like we will need both a tough mind and a tender heart.

 

Amy Hunter is a native St. Louisan and a compelling and hopeful voice for racial justice. As director of racial justice for the YWCA, she created Witnessing Whiteness, a program bringing hundreds of people together to learn and grow. She currently serves as director of diversity and inclusion for Caleres. (See full bio in This Week at Eliot.)

 

Order of Service:

Welcome: Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

Prelude: “Let Justice Roll Down” song by Aileen Vance, performed by Lea Morris (used with permission)

Opening Words 

Chalice Lighting: Kara Miller & Brian Nelson

Opening Hymn: “Let Freedom Span Both East and West” – Sarah Price, vocal & Gail Hintz, piano

A Time for All Ages

Reading: "What If" by Claudia RankineClaire Wyneken

Prayer and Meditation

An Invitation to Giving: Rev. Krista Taves, in conversation with Harriet Patton (MPNIA) and Janet Solecki, Eliot Chapel member

Our offering today is shared with the Meacham Park Neighborhood Improvement Association.

Offertory: “Lift Every Voice” by J. Rosamund Johnson – Gail Hintz, piano

Sermon: “Winning with a Tough Mind and Tender Heart” – Amy H. Hunter

Closing Hymn: “Love Will Guide Us” – Sarah Price, vocal & Gail Hintz, piano

Closing Words & Extinguishing the Chalice

 

 

You can also find an order of service here.

 

Join us after the service for coffee hour on Zoom! We share login information on our mailing list. Sign up here.

 

If you are a guest or newcomer, we welcome you! Email welcome@eliotchapel.org to get connected right away. You may also sign the guest book where you can choose to opt in to our communications list, find out about religious education programming for children, or talk to someone about any questions you have about Eliot Chapel or Unitarian Universalism. Thanks for joining us today!

 

 

SHARED PLATE QR CODE

If you would like to contribute to the Shared Plate, please see the giving page on our website or scan the QR code to the left (click to enlarge). Check out easy instructions for text giving in this PDF.  See information about our January recipient, Meacham Park Neighborhoood Improvement Association, in This Week at Eliot.

 

Winning with a Tough Mind and Tender Heart

January 10, 2021

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