Monthly Archives: August 2012

Eighty-one days of Pentecost — Zimbabwe Artists for the Environment

Several weeks ago Lance Muteyo offered an invitation to Artists for the Environment in Harare, Zimbabwe. After the event he sent some photos. I share them below and it seems appropriate to see them in the context of Allen Myrick’s … Continue reading

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Seventy-eighth evening since Pentecost … Vesper Words

Today there are some resources from three continents for evening prayer. Choose one or more of these pieces for your own reflection before sleep or for your community of faith. Vespers Gathering Words from Lynne Frith, Aotearoa/New Zealand: One: In … Continue reading

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Seventy-fourth day since Pentecost … they ate together

Our congregation at Madbury United Church of Christ just finished a seven week study based on the curriculum “Just Eating– Practicing our Faith at the Table” created by program partners — Advocate Health Care, Church World Service and Presbyterian Hunger … Continue reading

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Prayer for Oak Creek

God, your prophet Isaiah wrote long ago that the houses of prayer of all people are your house, the gurdwara your family room, and Jesus, whom I honor, came later with the same words, kitchen-table love and a broom of … Continue reading

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Seventy-first day since Pentecost, Hiroshima Day of Remembrance

Hiroshima Day of Remembrance from Masao and Fumiko Takenaka Rice is the symbol of our life We eat rice daily There are different kinds of rice But we are one as the rice-eating community Rice is the symbol of celebration … Continue reading

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Sixty-seventh day since Pentecost

Two Voices from Canada Pat Rodgers from Shanty Bay, Ontario, writes these words of prayer and praise: Prayer for the Creator One dark night you whispered in Beethoven’s ear and an Ode to Joy was born. On a windswept hill … Continue reading

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