Light the Chalice

Season II, Episode 8: Why Indigenous Peoples' Day?

October 10, 2020 Season 2 Episode 8
Light the Chalice
Season II, Episode 8: Why Indigenous Peoples' Day?
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Light the Chalice
Season II, Episode 8: Why Indigenous Peoples' Day?
Oct 10, 2020 Season 2 Episode 8

It’s past time for unveiling the truth in historical interpretation and the perfect moment for declaring a change of name for an old holiday.

Music "Polonaise in G- Minor" by Chopin
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Chalice Lighting Words Excerpt from Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit by Leslie Marmon Silko, of Laguna Pueblo, Mexican and Anglo-American heritage
Read by Amy Rosebush
Introit Strings by Stephen Downen, Keyboard by Amy Rosebush
Message The Reverend Amy Kindred
Song "Love Knocks and Waits for Us to Hear" Words and Music by Daniel Charles Damon (From Singing the Journey, Copyright 2005, Unitarian Universalist Association)
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Voice Stephen Downen

Love knocks and waits for us to hear, to open and invite;
Love longs to quiet every fear, and seeks to set things right.

Love offers life, in spite of foes, who threaten and condemn;
embracing enemies, Love goes the second mile with them.

Love comes to heal the broken heart, to ease the troubled mind;
without a word Love bids us start to ask and seek and find.

Love knocks and enters at the sound of welcome from within;
Love sings and dances all around, and feels new life within.

Closing Words Attributed to Black Elk, Read by Rev. Amy Kindred.

Dear Listener,

Were you enlightened by what you heard?
Go to uuffpspacecoast.org and show us some love by donating online.
Signed,
Gratitude Always



Show Notes

It’s past time for unveiling the truth in historical interpretation and the perfect moment for declaring a change of name for an old holiday.

Music "Polonaise in G- Minor" by Chopin
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Chalice Lighting Words Excerpt from Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit by Leslie Marmon Silko, of Laguna Pueblo, Mexican and Anglo-American heritage
Read by Amy Rosebush
Introit Strings by Stephen Downen, Keyboard by Amy Rosebush
Message The Reverend Amy Kindred
Song "Love Knocks and Waits for Us to Hear" Words and Music by Daniel Charles Damon (From Singing the Journey, Copyright 2005, Unitarian Universalist Association)
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Voice Stephen Downen

Love knocks and waits for us to hear, to open and invite;
Love longs to quiet every fear, and seeks to set things right.

Love offers life, in spite of foes, who threaten and condemn;
embracing enemies, Love goes the second mile with them.

Love comes to heal the broken heart, to ease the troubled mind;
without a word Love bids us start to ask and seek and find.

Love knocks and enters at the sound of welcome from within;
Love sings and dances all around, and feels new life within.

Closing Words Attributed to Black Elk, Read by Rev. Amy Kindred.

Dear Listener,

Were you enlightened by what you heard?
Go to uuffpspacecoast.org and show us some love by donating online.
Signed,
Gratitude Always