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Litany of the Saints

John Becker has written a simple chant called “Litany of the Saints,” which in its original form is literally a list of saints of the Catholic Church. But it is easy to write your own lyrics!

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 3: Inclusive Community. Seasons & Special Events: All Saints Day. Resource Types: Chants and Full Service Liturgies.

Statement of Faith

We believe in God, a divine presence, gentle and loving, the ground of our being.

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A Poem of Faith

We look to experience the unknowable Power,
The Power behind the world of knowable things.

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For All the Ways

Tune:

New words to the hymn tune “For All the Saints”…

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 3: Inclusive Community. Seasons & Special Events: All Saints Day. Resource Types: Hymns.

Celebrating the Presence of God

Liturgy for a Season Celebrating the Presence of God in His Created World

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 4: Act As We Believe and Point 7: Integrity of the Earth. Seasons & Special Events: Earth Day. Rituals: Communion. Resource Types: Full Service Liturgies.

Giving Thanks with All Our Hearts

We recognise that life is a gift and a joy to be lived in all its richness

All: We give thanks with all our hearts

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 4: Act As We Believe and Point 7: Integrity of the Earth. Seasons & Special Events: Earth Day. Prayers: Call to Worship. Resource Types: Prayers.

Come and See!

Visit St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church in Tucson, Arizona. And if you can’t get there in person, here’s a glimpse of a service…

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Eight points. Rituals: Communion. Resource Types: Full Service Liturgies.

Soulful Travel

Soulful Travel Kits - Pick Yours Up!

This past Sunday in worship we handed out Soulful Travel Kits to everyone who came.

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Burke Lecture: John Shelby Spong

A pre-eminent voice for liberal Christianity, John Shelby Spong was the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark for 24 years before his retirement in 2000. His admirers acclaim his making contemporary theology accessible to the ordinary lay person—he’s considered a champion of an inclusive faith by many both inside and outside the Christian church.

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Why Not Women?

A bishop makes a case for expanding the diaconate.

Jesus chose the Twelve and others to help spread the word that God was working in the world uniquely through him. After his death and resurrection, local communities of believers formed; and within them leaders emerged or were chosen.

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The Eight Points in Process: Point Three – Theology and Spirituality of Inclusiveness

A Theolgocial Vision of Process Theology and Progressive Christianity

Progressive Christianity aspires toward a lively inclusiveness that transforms opposites into contrasts as it looks for holiness everywhere. The postmodern project challenged all universal narratives, philosophical systems, and theological doctrines. Postmodernism affirms the importance of personal, communal, and tribal narratives as windows into understanding the universe. No story encompasses everyone but the sharing of many stories provides great insights into the nature of the human adventure and the ambient universe.

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Youth Suicide

I am really struggling with my faith today, A boy near us has killed himself.

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 8: Compassion and Selfless Love. Seasons & Special Events: Life Celebration (funeral). Ages: All Ages. Resource Types: Prayers.
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Episcopal Church Woos Latinos To Congregations

Latinos are the fastest-growing ethnic group in the United States, but only 5 percent of all Hispanics attend a mainline Protestant church. The vast majority are Roman Catholic. For the Episcopal Church, those numbers are an opportunity. …

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The Eight Points in Process: Point Two – Wisdom and Salvation are Everywhere

A Theolgocial Vision of Process Theology and Progressive Christianity

Pluralism is a reality and it always has been. Diversity is built into the nature of life, whether in flora, fauna, or religious experience. Today, the diversity of religious and cultural experience shapes virtually everything we do. Every congregation and Christian lives with diversity: some deny, some evade, some attack, and others embrace the unavoidable and often blessed diversity of life.

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