Spirit of Life
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"Spirit of Life", number 123 in the Unitarian Universalist (UU) hymnal Singing the Living Tradition, is "by far the most commonly sung UU song" (excepting children's recessionals). It was written by Carolyn McDade in 1981. "An outsider examining UU worship practices would almost certainly regard 'Spirit of Life' as the standard UU anthem." It has been used to represent Unitarian Universalism in interfaith contexts, such as the 1993 centennial celebration of the Parliament of World Religions.
- Unitarian Universalist Association (1993 (corrected reprint, 2000)). Singing the Living Tradition. Boston, Massachusetts: Unitarian Universalist Association. ISBN 1-55896-260-3. Check date values in:
- Commission on Appraisal of the Unitarian Universalist Association (May 2005). "Worship: How Do We Celebrate?". Engaging Our Theological Diversity. Boston, Massachusetts: Unitarian Universalist Association. p. 100. ISBN 978-1-55896-497-6.
- Giles, John E. (1994). "How Sweet the Sound: The Role of Music in Unitarian Universalist Evangelism". In Alexander, Scott W. Salted With Fire: Unitarian Universalist Strategies for Sharing Faith and Growing Congregations. Boston, Massachusetts: Skinner House Books. p. 111. ISBN 1-55896-289-1.
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