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Embodied Justice Nights [Mar 29]

Join our monthly rhythm as we explore and experience the ways that justice work, held and practiced collectively, can both be generative and restorative. Date: Mar 29 Time: 7:30-9pm Where: Vesper A place for contemplation in action, this co-creation space leads participants through movements that engage our: hearts: naming social concerns & anxieties spirits: sharing a prayer bodies: using somatic […]

Post-Liturgy Lunch @ Vesper [Mar 26]

To help foster connection and community, we’ll be hosting a lunch at Vesper on Sunday, March 26 right after liturgy. Lunch: El Sunzal (El Salvadorian tamales) Cost: $8/person (Venmo: @voxveniae) Register Here

Vesper Community Events Support

Throughout the year, our space is used not only for church, but also for sponsored community events that are free, open to the public and often hosted by new nonprofits that have incredible visions for community impact. Some of these events will need support in the form of setup or cleanup or hosting the space. This will be great an […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.1.22

Liturgy Let us begin our liturgy in prayer as a community.Our response will be highlighted in yellow God, good beyond all that is good,fair beyond all that is fair, in you iscalmness, peace, and concord. Heal the dissensions that divide us from oneanother, and bring us back to a unity of love,bearing some likeness to your divine nature. Through the […]

Cruciform Care

How is Jesus revealed through our community? Christopher Mack reflects on the messiness of community and how the cross leads us into solidarity with the marginalized as our personal and communal wounds are mended. [1 Corinthians 1:10-13, 17-18] Reflection Where do you experience the wounds of severed community? How might the cruciform power of Jesus bring care to your pain? […]

Participating in a Creative Body

What does it mean to be the body of Christ? What places inside my body are crying out? Gena St. David reflects on how we embody participation, as we continue our series. [Romans 12:1-5] Reflection How is your body unique? How is God creating transformation through our bodies? How is Vox participating in Christ’s body? Resources Vox Veniae’s Values

Cultivating the Common Good

What is our communal interpretation and incarnation of the life of Jesus? Christopher Mack continues our series on Participation by reflecting on how we might navigate enduring hopelessness with our beloved belonging and collective creativity. [1 Corinthians 12:1-3, 27-31 and Jeremiah 32:17] Reflection Is there someplace you have been silent where you can begin praying for wisdom on how to […]