Spring invocation

Snows are melting; spring is come

This Rotary year is almost done.

As we reflect on projects from the year

upon our activities both far and near,

We’re thankful for successes enjoyed

We’re thankful for resources employed

in the service of others, in service of peace,

for in serving others our joys increase.

Let’s be thankful at this meeting for food and friends,

for hearts to serve and helpful hands.


(c) Shawn Bird.
For free use within Rotary, but please leave a comment saying when and where you use this invocation, and credit Shawn as the author.

10 thoughts on “Spring invocation

  1. Greetings from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada – I used your Spring invocation at our meeting last week, it was very well received.

  2. Hello, used for morning invocation with the Rotary Club of Skagit, Mount Vernon.
    Mount Vernon, WA
    Presented by Roger M. Ragusa, 17yr member

  3. I plan on using the Spring Invocation this evening at the Rotary Club of Oak Ridge Sunset. We had to cancel 2 meetings in February due to snow and ice, and the high temperature today is forecasted to be 76°. Thank you for putting together these invocations.

    Devrin Kuipers
    Assistant Governor District 6780
    Rotary Club of Oak Ridge Sunset

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