The Seventh Sunday of Easter Year C

Last week of the Easter season on the liturgical calendar. Have any of you been celebrating Easter this whole time in worship? Leave a comment why or why not. I had intended to write and post a communion liturgy the first Sunday of each month but I am headed out of town and ran out of time. Apologies. I'll make up for it with some other ideas I have to add later. Click "continue reading" and scroll down to the body of the post for a copy/paste-able version of this liturgy. And another pro-tip: if you want to download the image of the typewritten page to use as fodder for bulletin covers or worship slides, you can do that too once you click through "continue reading" and save the image. Thanks.

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Sixth Sunday of Easter Year C

With everything that is going on in our world in regards to women's right to autonomy over their own bodies, I'm really glad that Lydia pops up in the Lectionary this week. She is such a boss, asserts herself, and furthers the way of God in the world in this Acts passage. I get a little gushy about it in the post but Lydia is worth gushing about! Please consider preaching about her this week and leave a comment on how you did if you do! Feel free to use any of this liturgy and edit to fit your community. Click "continue reading" for a copy/paste-able version.

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Fifth Sunday of Easter Year C

Busy week so just a short liturgy. Sometimes, doing something way shorter than the congregation is used to, like this confession litany, and going through it slowly can be very interesting. The space between things takes on as much meaning as the words themselves. Click continue reading for the copy/paste-able version. Thanks for reading.

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Fourth Sunday of Easter Year C

We are back for week 2 of Liturgical Type. Most projects I start don't make it past week one so I am counting this as a big win! Please feel free to use any or all of this liturgy. Click "continue reading" for a copy/paste-able version. Follow me on social media (icons on the top right) for updates about Liturgical Type.

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