Resources in "Litanies & Liturgies and Worship"
We join voices at this moment of boldness, empowerment and remembrance on World AIDS Day.
Created on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the March On Washington for Jobs and Freedom this litany calls forth waters of healing.
The welcome of God extends beyond our wildest imaginings and then surprises us once again.
Open hands readily give and receive. May we remain open to God's in-breaking.
Embracing our true identity is cause for ceremony and celebration. Naming ritual is a wonderful way to honor truth.
Greater acceptance, broader love, and wider welcome illuminates our reflection of God to the world (based on Acts 10:9-15 and Matthew 15:21-28).
Join the celebration of God's marvelous creation in its full expression.
Worship God with heart, soul, mind, and experience joy.
May the Spirit of God prompt us to live, love and act in ways that more completely embraces the gift of each other.
Enter into the embrace of God's awe-inspiring presence as you recite this call to worship.
Stating our central aspirations and beliefs creates space for deep connection. This litany or reading rings with such openness.
Affirming our African heritage, our vision...
Holy God, we sow; poor in spirit. We harvest eternal security. Holy God, we sow; with repentant minds. We reap your comfort....
Declaring the persistent, healing, creative and forgiving love of God invites us to truly worship.