It’s election day in America. We have much to be thankful for – and much to confess.
The accordions are back for World Communion Sunday!
But as green begins to cede its control
(if it ever really had it)
space is made for other voices.
It was the communion of the saints even though the words of institution were not spoken.
13 is only 12+1. It’s not 12 that’s the important number but the +1.
Stuck is not something we usually want to be. It suggests a loss of control and autonomy. It hints there is a better option that we can’t seem to get […]
Then they remembered his words, and returning from the tomb, they told all this to the eleven and to all the rest. – Luke 24:8-9 (NRSV) This communion liturgy accompanies a […]
This Sunday is World Communion Sunday: a day on which the Church around the world celebrates our communion with Christ and one another. This communion liturgy is based on John […]
When Jesus met with the disciples on the night before he died, they also gathered around a table wearing the burden of discipleship. Just as Jesus shared our humanity with us, he also shared the burden of discipleship. On that night, he did invite the disciples to “Come and sit down for dinner.”
This Lenten communion liturgy is based on John 6. Just like the crowds, we want God’s love, the abundance of bread, healing from sickness, the peace of Christ. What we […]