Third Sunday after Pentecost/13th Sunday in Ordinary Time/ Proper 8 Year C

The image of the whirlwind from the 2 Kings and the Psalm stuck me particularly heavily this week. The text says that the LORD was "about to take Elijah up to heaven by a whirlwind" and that got me thinking: How do you prepare for a whirlwind? Here the whirlwind isn't some destructive force, it is a sign of God's power and presence. Encountering God can indeed twirl us around, shake us up, in ways that don't always feel great, but ultimately the whirlwind is a part of the journey of faith. God is there in the whirlwind with us even as we ask, "Where is God?" even when we see no foot prints... I vaguely remember a poem about footprints... it'll come to me later... haha. Click "continue reading" to copy/paste this blessing for your use. or to download the typewritten image with all of its rushed and fantastic typos.

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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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Third Sunday of Easter Year C
Third Sunday of Easter Year C

Third Sunday of Easter Year C

Welcome to the first post on this new project. I'm very happy to finally be sharing this all with you. Please feel free to use any or all of this liturgy. Click "continue reading" for a copy/paste-able version. Click on "About" for more info on this project and "Donations" if you like what you see and are feeling generous. Let me know what parts you liked and used in worship in the comments. Thanks.

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