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Guest Post for the First Sunday of Lent — Karen Georgia Thompson, Psalm 32 — A Confession and Assurance of Grace for the Joy of Creation Care

Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson writes the Psalm for Sunday, Psalm 32, for the UCCWorshipWays Living Psalms project. Karen Georgia is the Associate General Minister of Global Engagement and Co-Executive of Global Ministries, the common overseas ministry of the UCC and … Continue reading

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Reading of a Psalm for Labor Day

The Living Psalms project of the United Church of Christ begins again with September 1. Psalms interpreted to speak a word of justice, resistance and hope in the midst of our world. The Living Psalms team took a break from … Continue reading

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Improv on Psalm 150 for next Sunday’s worship (reading or responsive reading)

The Living Psalms Project is a part of the UCC Worship Ways, which gives worship resources tied to the lectionary for each week. Living Psalms tries to re-shape or re-imagine each week’s lectionary psalm. Since I wrote this coming week’s … Continue reading

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Living Psalm, Living Song — Guest Post

A psalm and a song for my guest post this Thursday. I am fortunate enough to be the “hunter-gatherer” for re-settings of lectionary psalms each week in art, movement, word, music, event for the United Church of Christ (US) Worship … Continue reading

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