a community creating for the relentless return of Sunday

Tell me what you want, what you really…

okay, yes, that was a gratuitous Spice Girls reference. You can’t blame me, I’m Presbyterian (which is secretly an anagram of Britney Spears, who did not in fact sing that song).

Also, I haven’t had coffee yet.

Anyway: over here at LiturgyLink we are trying to figure out how to be the best we can be–a community as well as a resource, a place for all the brilliant liturgy getting written every week by not-famous-people as well as some new material from the well-known…etc.

So please: tell us what you want! What would you like to see here? What would you like to contribute here? How can we build up this community even as we collect the resources? (or do you really just want easily searchable resources, sans community?)

Do the weekly Sunday’s-Coming posts spark anything for you? Or would something else in that spot help your ministry more? How about the occasional brainstorming conversations?

Feel free to leave your comments, ideas, reactions, etc, in the comments here. We’re also planning a Google Hangout for some real-time-conversation on this topic, and we’d love to have you join us! The Hangout will be on Wednesday November 28th at 9:30pm Eastern Time. More info to come soon.

See you there!


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  1. I will miss the hangout tonight as I have church meetings. I have been using your prayers more and more since I’ve become a solo pastor. I find the greatest challenge to be that the prayers are posted after the bulletin is printed. So, I want you all to help me plan ahead somehow. I know that’s a lot to ask. It’s not easy for me either.

  2. Teri Peterson says:

    Elsa, you’re in luck because the meeting is at the end of November. Though it may still conflict with meetings since it’s at 6:30 your time!

    When do you print the bulletin? What gets printed and what is said without being printed?

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