Liturgy @ VOX

Liturgy Posts from Vox Veniae


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 […]


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 […]

Liturgy & Benediction 12.21.08

Liturgy In his days justice and peace will flourish till the moon fails. In his days justice shall flourish and the voice of those who are oppressed will be heard. The poor will receive enough on which to live and the rich will share gladly the abundance they have received at the hand of God. O come, O come, Emmanuel. […]

Liturgy & Benediction 12.14.08

Liturgy On this third Sunday of Advent, we give you thanks, our Father in heaven, and we praise you through our Lord Jesus Christ. You promised him as our Savior to a humanity gone astray. His truth is a light for those who seek, his power gives strength to the weak, his holiness brings forgiveness to sinners. For he is […]