Tag Archive: liturgy

Maundy Thursday Responsive Prayer

Leader: And Jesus said, “The greatest love a person can have for his friends is to lay down his life for them.” People: We gather to recall the night in which Jesus was… Continue reading

Prayer of Confession – Failure to Love

We prayed this prayer together in church this morning; it is powerful. PRAYER OF CONFESSION Many: Lord, we confess our day-to-day failure to be truly human. One: Lord, we confess to you. Many:… Continue reading

Lenten Responsive Prayer

Leader: In this is love, not that we loved God but that God loved us and sent God’s Son. People: We come to worship the One who knows our pain, for he himself… Continue reading

A Liturgy of Confession (Based on Mt. 6:19-7:12)

I was looking through some old assignments from my first two years at MHGS, and came across this liturgy I put together for a class my first year.  It was great to revisit… Continue reading

Kathleen Norris on liturgical time

liturgical time is essentially poetic time, oriented toward process rather than productivity, willing to wait attentively in stillness rather than always pushing ‘to get the job done.’ kathleen norris, the cloister walk

a mhgs liturgy.

this is a liturgy that my friend Eric wrote and led our community in during chapel this week. it was really meaningful for me and i wanted to pass it on! Leader : In… Continue reading

James K.A. Smith, “Desiring the Kingdom”

this book is rocking my world.  i’ve only read the introduction and first chapter, but i’m very thirsty to read the rest of it.  it is a brilliant critique about the ways in… Continue reading