The first Unitarians lived in the Transylvania region of the Hungarian Empire during the Reformation. Spurred by Bishop Ferenc David with the support of King John Sigismund they abandoned the Catholic doctrine of the Trinity and worshipped "one God." When the King died the new ruler imprisoned Bishop David for heresy but he refused to recant. This anthem tells the story. SATB w. piano. Level of difficulty: high. Duration: 5 min.
A benediction. Taking the blessings with you. Words of Rev. Charles Howe. Unison, piano. Level of difficulty: Easy.
A humorous look at what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist. The score is available with the guitar part in standard or TAB notation. 2 solo voices, piano, guitar. Level of difficulty: the guitar and piano parts are difficult, the vocal parts are easy. Duration: 4:20
Celebrating the installation of a new minister. SATB, piano, flute (optional). Level of difficulty: Moderate. Duration: 3:15