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Credo: God Is…

God is all without being any thing, while being the all in every thing.

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A Eucharistic Prayer for Lent and the Via Negativa

The Great Thanksgiving

It is right and a good and joyful thing to give thanks to you always, Creator God, because you have made the world in all its complexity.

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Theology from Exile: Commentary on the Revised Common Lectionary for an Emerging Christianity: The Year of Luke

The Year of Luke is the first in a series of commentaries on biblical scripture found in the three-year cycle of Christian liturgical readings of the Revised Common Lectionary. Instead of interpreting these readings as a precursor …

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A Service of Holy Communion at Christmas

We give thanks for God being with us in the love of family and friends,

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Sara Kay: On The Way

Soulful music that combines elements of folk, blues, jazz, and gospel. Lyrics are spiritual yet progressive, philosophical yet earthy, and realistic yet hopeful. The topics include: enjoying the sacredness of daily life, finding hope in difficult times, …

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Quotations of Jim Burklo

Christianity follows the humble faith of an empty man. So how did we Christians become so full of ourselves? It’s time to empty ourselves of the belief that our religion is better than others.

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Celebrating the Presence of God

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

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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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Dear Medical Student…

I hope it will be a long time from now; I am grateful to be occupying this body today. But when you see this body lying before you in your gross anatomy lab, don’t call it mine. It will be for you, and for all the patients you will serve in your career as a doctor. Cut this body open with deep reverence, not for me, but for the living people whose bodies you will work to heal. My experience of eternal life during the process of my death will transcend this body completely.

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Table Prayer for a progressive Christian community

And so we gather at the table. We come from many places, differing in age, differing in race, differing in orientation, politics and even religion.

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Feast of the Common Table

A small table with an unlit candle
sits in the center of an open space.
Those who have come to The Feast
form a circle around the table.

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Didache Communion

A non-canonical liturgy from the first century.

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