"Abide with me" is a great Anglican hymn written in 1847 by Henry F. Lyte. It is a comfort not only to sailors and those left at home, but to all those who - touched by the trials and difficulties common to this life - reach out to the One who has promised never to leave nor forsake His own.Sarah Flower Adams was a Shakespearean actress in 19th century England. When failing health kept her from acting, she began to write hymns._The Church's One Foundation_ was written in response to a serious heresy which surfaced in South Africa in the 1860's. The hymn writer Samuel Stone patterned his verse on the phrase _The holy Catholic church, the communion of saints_ found in the Apostles' Creed.Many years have passed since Richard Teel was profiled on *The 51st State*, a long-forgotten local interest program about New York City. Here's the story of a real-life, everyday hero. May he be an inspiration to you, too.Have you ever heard the one about the Unitarian Universalist on the late night bus?