A Reason to Cry: How Parenting Taught Me To Love My Inner Child

Join us for this service via an on-line Zoom Meeting

Ali Muldrow, former Reeber, current MMSD Board member, and GSAFE Co-executive Director, will reflect on our monthly theme of living with intention.

Share the Plate

  • Our Share the Plate recipient this week is The Center for Black Excellence and Culture, a vision of the Rev. Alex Gee to create a space for affirming, inspiring, and advancing Black excellence. It will promote health and wellness, leadership, art, youth, and families among Madison’s Black community. 


Order of Service

  • Gathering Song: #188 “Come, Come, Whoever You Are”
  • Centering Sound
  • Welcome
  • Prelude: “Our Only Lark” by Blue Dot Sessions
  • Call to Worship
  • Opening Hymn: #346 “Come Sing a Song with Me”
  • Lighting the Chalice
  • Musical Response
  • Time for All Ages: “I Am Enough” written by Grace Byers, pictures by Keturah A. Bobo
  • Hymn: #1015 “I Know I Can”
  • Wisdom from the World’s Traditions: from L.R. Knost
  • Reflection: “A Reason to Cry: How Parenting Taught Me to Love My Inner Child” with Ali Muldrow
  • Offering: “The Oxygen Song” by Wendy Luella Perkins
  • Joys and Sorrows
  • Closing Hymn: #131 “Love Will Guide Us”
  • Extinguishing the Chalice and Benediction
  • Postlude: “Get Up” by Mary Mary

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