Category Archives: Liturgy/Prayers

The Language of Life

Every now and again, I find myself in a coffee shop for long periods of time reading books for class. Sometimes, this reading marathon takes place at my neighborhood Starbucks. Because it is rather small, I often have a view … Continue reading

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Hear the Cry of Your Children

A little prayer I’ve been working on to use in worship. Almighty God, We pray for those who are sick, those who are ill, those who are physically injured, Hear the cry of your children. We pray for those without … Continue reading

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The Justice Creed

Brian McLaren put together this piece entitled, The Justice Creed. We believe that the living God is just And that the true and living God loves justice. God delights in just laws and rejoices in just people. God sides with … Continue reading

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Prayer for the Week

In my continued practice of the Daily Office, the prayer for this past week was fantastic so I thought I would share it with you. Most Loving Father, whose will it is for us to give thanks for all things, … Continue reading

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Communal Prayer of Confession

I compiled/wrote this prayer of confession that was shared at the Ash Wednesday service yesterday in chapel.   Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,   We come before you, unworthy of your grace, Unworthy of your love, unworthy of you. We … Continue reading

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Christ’s Body

This is the piece I read in chapel last Friday. I think it is magnificent and captures the call of the church to embody Christ. I only wish I was brilliant enough to have wrote it. It was compiled by a … Continue reading

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The Birth of Christ

Here is a piece from St. Augustine of Hippo (354-440 AD) that describes the significance of the birth of Christ. I like it a lot. I should have posted this on Christmas day, but failed to. My apologies. Let the … Continue reading

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