The word “liturgy” means “the work of the people,” or so I’ve been taught.  When faced with a Sunday bulletin with lots of blank spaces to be filled, it certainly feels like the work of the pastor.  So in the sub-pages are prayers and litanies that I’ve written.  I’m not claiming they are particularly beautiful, wise, or even good, but they are there for you to use if you’re really stuck and can’t turn to Ruth Duck or Thom Schuman one more time. (But really, you should look at their stuff first.)


8 thoughts on “Liturgy

  1. Pingback: The grass withers, the liturgy fades – Hold Fast to What Is Good…

  2. I stumbled across your site while looking for some “invitation to confession” ideas to help train our liturgists. What a gold mine you have created. Thanks for writing such beautiful liturgies and sharing them with the church. We’ll be using some of your invitations to confession and your site is now bookmarked for future perusing. God bless you and your work! (I admit I haven’t heard of Ruth Duck or Thom Schuman. I’ll be looking there also)

  3. Hi! I’d love to use some of your Good Friday litany, is there a way you’d like to be credited for your liturgies?


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