Stories tagged:
liturgy

Fans

If you’ve accidentally taken home one of our wooden hand fans from liturgy, please remember to return it to the box on the coffee bar. No judgement, we’ll look aside. We’re trying to make the fans last through the end of our hot season, which is approximately 8.5 months of the year. [Photo by rachel @ Flickr]

Cups

Did you know that disposable coffee cups aren’t recyclable? A thin layer of plastic keeps your delicious coffee from soaking through the paper. In a mission to reduce our waste every week at Vox, we’re asking everyone to try and bring their own mug or cup for beverages on Sunday. Our paper coffee cups at Vox are 10oz, so please […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 09.17.2017

Liturgy Loving God, in whom we live and move and have our being, the God who is made known in Christ Jesus, the living Word, Remove from our minds and hearts whatever impediments hinder worship or dampen our joy. Increase within us that holy longing for closeness which can open our lives to fuller delight and to a deeper commitment. […]

Liturgy: Scripture

As we continue our fall vision series on our rhythms of liturgy, theologian James Alison considers the historical and cultural context of how we read and interpret Scripture [Mark 3:1-6]. Reflection: How can we read the Scriptures through Jesus our Rabbi? What ways can we be invited into the story of redemption this week? Resources: Website: James Alison MWG: Discussion […]

Liturgy: Confession

As we continue our fall vision series on our rhythms of liturgy, Jason Minnix explores how true confession is related to our need for healing and reconnects us with who we really are [Luke 18:9-14]. Reflection: What would it look like to confess my need for healing today? Where do I need mercy to help me reconnect with who I […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 09.03.2017

Liturgy We intercede this morning on behalf of those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Our God of mercy and compassion, protect all who are still in danger, and bring to safety those who are missing. May you bring care for those who are homeless or without support and resources. We pray in thanksgiving for the first responders who […]

Liturgy: Doxology

As we begin our fall vision series on our rhythms of liturgy, Gideon Tsang reflects on how we know God and why love is the deepest form of knowing [1 John 4:7-12]. Reflection: What images come to mind when you think of God? How does the act of loving help you understand God? Resources: MWG: Discussion Guide