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Open Source Liturgy
Mar. 15, 2012 | Liturgy
Vaaj Ntsujplig hab tug Nkauj Nyaab has tas, “Ca le lug ntawm nuav! Tug kws nqhes dlej ca le lug ntawm nuav, tug kws xaav haus ca le lug txais cov dlej cawm txujsa moog haus. Cov dlej nuav yog pub dlawb dlawb tsi yuav nqe” (Tshwmsim 22:17).
Nov. 8, 2011 | Liturgy
This is the first trial version of this resource, intended for use and testing by worshiping communities whose feedback will help to improve it in successive releases.
Sep. 20, 2011 | Liturgy
The Great Thanksgiving in Hmong -- A first draft, released for testing, developed by the Hmong Writing Group of the Open Source Liturgy Project, meeting 9/10/2011 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Dec. 7, 2009 | Article
Web sites with quotes, scriptures, references, and lectionary helps to aide in planning your worship services.
Nov. 12, 2009 | Article
Gentle Jesus, meek and wild,You share our load and bear our burdens,You break our addictions and free us from sin.You straighten us up and make us whole.
Nov. 9, 2009 | Article
The language of this form of the Communion prayer reflects the ways many prisoners understand and address God, Jesus, Spirit and Trinity in the prison setting. Congregations of men are often most comfortable addressing God as "Father." Settings including juvenile offenders or women often are not. Both kinds of readings are offered here in various places to address these different kinds of contexts.
Nov. 9, 2009 | Article
Liturgy is the work of the people. The development of new worship resources for the church, therefore, should be and reflect the work of the people, all people who want to be part of such projects. And the results of such community efforts should be shareable and usable by anyone, anywhere, anytime.