Monthly Archives: April 2012

Prayers of Confession/Prayers of who we are

Prayers of confession may be framed as ‘the prayers of who we are’ (Dorothy McRae-McMahon) rather than the liturgist listing all the ‘failures’ that people might ‘confess’. Allow people to have silence, in which they may know themselves as beloved … Continue reading

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Micah 6.8 Taize style chant

This would make an excellent sung response for Prayers for Others, based on Micah 6.8 I found it on this website. The chant was originally composed for use by the worshipping community of Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California.  One of … Continue reading

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Rebirth We are the locked door, the stone not rolled away. You invite us to cross through waters, walk dry roads look towards transformation in every wilderness We want other gods, other commodities— depth without the daily searching. You offer … Continue reading

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