“For Those Who Have Far to Travel: A Blessing for Epiphany” from Circle of Grace: A Book of Blessings for the Seasons by Jan Richardson (available on her website along with other Epiphany blessings)
This recorded worship service is appropriate for the 2nd Sunday after Christmas through the Epiphany Season.
The liturgy is led by colleagues and youth from around the state, with Michel Gribble (of Story & Stretch) leading liturgical movement. The service includes original poetry from Rev. Emily Meyer, music from Billy McLaughlin, and visuals from Melissa Weinhandl.
This service is free for all member congregations. Become a member here.
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This series includes 3 original liturgies, title graphics, planning guide with hymn suggestions, promotional blurbs, and sermon starters.
Pairs well with God on the Move: Faith and Democracy, which includes 3 original liturgies, title graphics, planning guide with hymn suggestions, promotional blurbs, and sermon starters.
Cooking with Elsa offers New Year Epiphanies, Pandemic Prayers for Epiphany and Pandemic Prayers for Baptism of Christ, including music videos, litanies, prayers and poems.
offers The Great Reversal (new) and Inaugurated Righteousness - A Prayer from Psalm 72 (updated) and A Celebration of Grace: A Visual Reflection for the Epiphany Season - all Epiphany liturgical videos
Following the RCL, the artistic bundle includes devotionals, liturgical elements, sermon guides, slides to share, coloring projects and more.
Richard Bruxvoort Culligan graciously shared this tune with the MN Conference UCC - perfect for an Epiphany theme song!
You Are a Light on My Path (based on Psalm 119:105-112)
By BuildFaith Editors on Dec 12, 2022