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Worship: Reformation, All Saints & Thanksgiving

resources from judicatories, including re-opening guidelines and online worship videos; online hospitality & participation; engaging children, youth, and intergenerational; lectionary & preaching; liturgy, music & liturgical arts; tech & copyright helps;


National Lutheran Choir's "In Memoriam"

Sunday, Nov. 1 - 4 p.m. | Online

Hymns by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette in book form or online. Featuring contemporary lyrics set to traditional hymns, they are truly intergenerational. Hymns include: laments for pandemic grief, quarantine, natural disasters, and racial tension, calls for justice and immigration reform, and Fall Ministry Celebrations including every Sunday (based on the RCL) and Election Day.

Liturgical Elements

shares Osheta Moore's “Here Lies Love,” a litany to remind us that though we lay our loved ones to rest and we feel a myriad of emotions, not a single one of them is foreign and unseen by Jesus.

Joy Harjo

Joy Harjo's beautiful poem, Remember, would be a fitting liturgical element.