Monthly Archives: May 2012

Easter 7B

Readings Easter 7B: Readings Easter 7B (Note: the readings are printed on double sided A4, to be folded. The text is in landscape format. We use this reading handout in three of our services during the week) Easter 7B (mid … Continue reading

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Nonviolent communion liturgy

Nonviolent Communion Liturgy Invitation  One: When Jesus sat at tables and broke bread with tax collectors, lawyers, rich elites, and poor peasants, he proclaimed that God’s gracious love and abiding presence know no bounds. Through these occasions of sharing food, … Continue reading

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Call to worship – general

Book resource: Prayers of Via De Cristo: Calls to Worship for Progressive Christians This collection of 125 service prayers have been gathered by James Armstrong, specifically for an informal and introspective Progressive Christian congregation. Opening Prayer God of justice, peace … Continue reading

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Easter 6B

A Call To Worship (Based on Psalm 98) Leader:   O sing to the Lord a new song, People:  For our God has done wonderful things! Leader:   Make a joyful noise to the Lord all the earth, People:  Lift your voices … Continue reading

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Centering reflections to begin worship

Friends, we are holders of a common thread; the thread of priceless grace that winds creatively in, and around us all. Often it feels golden, unbreakable; at other times, it looks tarnished and frayed, to the unthinkable point of shredding … Continue reading

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