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Community Prayers 2020.05.31

Prayers of Thanksgiving. For … My new niece who was born this Friday. Lisbeth, you are loved! Helena Our new house, which is a blessing in the midst of such a weird season. Kimberly Elena and other graduates who are celebrating amidst separation, may they feel the joy of their accomplishments and how proud we are of you all! Jason […]

Liturgy, Reflection and Benediction 2020.05.31

Liturgy This morning, Loving God,we ask you to reveal yourself to usin a myriad of waysSo that we can truly know you. May we understand you and your wisdom,so that we know youwith our intelligence and our minds. May we experience you and your kindness,so that we know and love youwith our emotions and our hearts. May we feel youand […]

Pentecost: Uniquely Embodied Gifts

On Pentecost Sunday, Gena Minnix reflects on how the Spirit transforms our embodied selves and wounds into unique gifts that enliven the body of Christ.  Molly Clack also shares her reflections on this text [1 Corinthians 12:4-12]. Reflection When you’re feeling most alive in your embodied self, what are you usually doing? How might your unique gift to the community […]

Liturgy, Reflection and Benediction 2020.05.24

Liturgy Restore us, O Living God, by the breath of your Spirit,for some of us are wilted and weary. Some of us areanxious for restoration, and wonder if it will happen at all. Hear our voices crying out amidst the noise,where we hide to wait for a new day. Let us not be bound to the earth by ourweariness and […]


Weylin Lee reflects on what God is inviting us into during our season or experience of waiting.  Kelli Knight and Kristy Robinson also share their reflections on this text [Acts 1:6-14]. Reflection How can we participate in unexpected ways during our season of waiting? What might be some things we’re invited to let go of as we wait in loss? […]

Community Prayers 2020.05.24

Prayers of Thanksgiving. For … Our upcoming marriage in June! Julia My nephew turning one yesterday. MaryAnn Clark Our 20 week ultrasound this week and the health of our baby. Caroline All the Vox community and technical team. Maria My new job. Megan The unexpected gifts in this season. I’m grateful for solitude and other gifts of space and margin […]

Vox Online Liturgy Continuing Through Summer

Our desire to continue to care for one another with compassion has led us to the decision to continue our online liturgy through the end of August. The decision has been made with the well-being of our community in mind, as well as the larger Austin community. We will continue to monitor the situation around COVID-19 and will re-evaluate our […]