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Letting Go of Harmful Power

What is your relationship to power and authority? On this third Sunday of Lent, Weylin Lee invites us to disrupt oppressive systems, embody our anger through protest, and reimagine decentralized power in light of the story of Jesus’ confrontation in the temple. [John 2:13-22] Reflection How are we revealing and disrupting oppressive systems? How are we connecting with and expressing […]

Liturgy, Reflection & Benediction 2024.03.03

Liturgy Divine CreatorBreath of lifeBecause of You, and through You, and in You all things exist All that we are All that we have Comes from You This morning, may you assist us in turning our eyes inward Reveal to us mysteries we’ve hidden from ourselvesMake ready our hearts to be fertile ground for Your teaching Empower us to break […]

Liturgy, Reflection & Benediction 2023.12.03

Liturgy Vox Community, today is our first Sunday of Advent. As we light the candle of Hope,We pray to find peace and a moment of warmth. The cold wind blows outside and shakes the dead leaves,But we are safe here in the light of a collective fire.Forever searching, may we find respite in this time spent together. As we embark […]


What helps you hold on? On the first Sunday of Advent, Gena St. David wades into the wilderness to grasp onto hope in these challenging times. [1 Corinthians 1:3-7] Reflection How is love helping me hold on? Which parts of life feel like caterpillar soup? How am I inviting my community to come near? Resources Instagram: @blackliturgies by Cole Arthur […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.2.12

Liturgy God, we thank you for reprieve – a long exhale and rich silence,For electricity and warmth and good neighbors.We pray for those around the world who do not have these giftsAnd ask that you sustain them and care for them.Be their rock and refuge.Lord, have mercy. God, we thank you for our closest people – lit-up faces as we […]

What Does It Mean to Be Reconciled?

How does relational conflict feel inside us? Gena St. David delves into Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount to share a hopeful practice for navigating conflict with others, make amends, and embody peace. [Matthew 5:21-24] Reflection Who are you currently separated from (externally or internally)? How might you talk with them about your role in the separation? What might change (be […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.2.05

Liturgy God of the mourning, meek and merciful,the poor and the persecuted Teach us to savorhow the simplicity of our siblingsbrings out the God-flavorsof our earthy lives God of the reviled and those ravenous for justice,the pure of heart and the peacemakers Teach us to glimpsehow the generosity of these good troublemakersbrings out the holy huesof God’s color wheel in […]

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