Liturgy @ VOX

Liturgy Posts from Vox Veniae

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 01.25.09

Liturgy O God, look with compassion on the whole human family; take away the arrogance and hatred which infect our hearts; break down the walls that separate us; Unite us in bonds of love and work through our struggle and confusion to accomplish your purposes on earth; that, in your good time and by your only Son’s sacrifice, all nations […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 01.18.09

Liturgy Loving God, let there be: A way of walking that harms not the earth, A way of having that leaves plenty for others, A time for tears that dissolves grief, A time for kindness that heals many wounds, A path of peacemaking that settles strife, A path of justice-seeking that creates hope. Loving God, let there be: A season […]

Reconnection

January 25 to February 22, 2009 How does reconnecting people to God fit in with restoring health to individuals and a city? As we serve Austin emotionally and physically, can health be found without reconnecting to the source of health? Join us for a 5 week conversation as we discover how the early church holistically reconnected urban communities to God. […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 01.11.09

Liturgy Eternal God, in whose perfect kingdom no sword is drawn but the sword of righteousness, no strength known but the strength of love: so mightily spread abroad your Spirit, that all peoples may be gathered under the banner of the Prince of Peace, as children of one Father … Guide the nations of the world into the way of […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 01.04.09

Liturgy O God of new beginnings and wonderful surprises, thank you for the gift of a new year. May it be a time of grace for all we meet, a time to grow in faith and love, a time to renew our commitment to following your Son, Jesus. May it be a year of blessing for us, a time to […]

Lectionary

In order to be reminded of our small place in the body of Christ, Vox occasionally uses the Lectionary calendar. It gives our community a rhythm to the year with Advent and Lent as its central celebrations. As we wrestle with the assigned texts during those weeks, we join a global and historic community of people trying to follow Christ […]

Liturgy & Benediction 12.28.08

Liturgy Loving God, let there be: A way of walking that harms not the earth, A way of having that leaves plenty for others, A time for tears that dissolves grief, A time for kindness that heals many wounds, A path of peacemaking that settles strife, A path of justice-seeking that creates hope. Loving God, let there be: A season […]