May the angels’ song never fade for you
may it ring in your ears
until you too lift your voice. Continue reading →
The italic sections of this liturgy are from the hymn Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, which uses the text of a second or third century Syriac communion liturgy. The entire liturgy may be spoken, but it is also effective to sing the stanzas of the hymn.
Tonight, heaven and earth meet.
Tonight, a backyard shed is holy ground.
Tonight, strangers gather as family. Continue reading →
God made flesh,
before the wonder of this night
we stand amazed. Continue reading →