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What’s Stirring: Liturgy – Ancient and New

What’s Stirring: Liturgy – Ancient and New

Experimental liturgies and new expressions to “try on” at your worship gatherings.

Some ancient liturgical celebrations and rites to be re-discovered by your congregation and wider community.

Sacred Meals     Dinner Church St. Andrews 2014

Table Eucharist, 2014 Ministry Fairs

Brunch Church, St. James, Essex Junction

Epiphany Brunch Church, St. Andrew’s in St. Johnsbury

Dinner Church, St. James, Essex Junction

St. Lydia’s, NYC, Dinner Church Scripts

& Paperless Music

Rural and Environmental Celebrations     Cello Church of the Woods 2014

Try Church of England Rural Resources

Looking for Candelmas, Gardens, Lambing and More?  Try The Rank Center, England

Creation and Environmental Liturgy resources from The Episcopal Ecological Network

Check These Out…

Ashes to Go, because God meets us not just in worship, but in the midst of life, and we can offer the opportunity to remember our faith to those whose schedules make it hard to stop and pray with others on a busy Wednesday at the start of Lent.

Innovative Liturgies from All Saints Company, including paperless music, liturgy scripts, and readings.

Daily Prayer for All Seasons, “a way to order our days, no matter how full,” from The Episcopal Church. A shortened version of daily prayer that uses inclusive and expansive langauge and images for God.

Daily Prayer at Episcopal Divinity School , created at The Episcopal Divinity School and gifted to The Episcopal Church in Vermont/Stirrings of the Spirit for Epiphany season.

Videos presenting a variety of new missional expressions, models of church, and liturgies

 From The Episcopal Church video series “Being Church”

Liturgy Lab Logo 2013

Presented at 2013 Stirrings of the Spirit Liturgy+Labs

From the  Transforming Churches Series by The Episcopal Church

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