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No Palms? A Liturgy of Houseplants for Palm Sunday

Few moments in Scripture have the cinematic feel of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It’s no wonder that for centuries and across traditions Christians have reenacted this on Palm Sunday and had planned to do so again this Sunday…at least until the emergence of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19.
You want to encourage people to open their lives and let Jesus ride in, just like you do every year. But this year, there’s no way to gather together and spread out palms down the isles of your sanctuary. So do this instead: create an online worship experience using songs, readings, and—most importantly—house plants! Organizing the Liturgy Use the following steps to invite your congregations to share in House Plant Palm…
Culture

Why Politics Matters…Even During a Pandemic

We are living in an unprecedented time in modern history, one in which a global pandemic has overtaken the attention of so many nations, our own included. And yet, even though we are in a struggle against a virus and…
Formation

Our New Reality: Holy Week at Home

And just like that, the world changed… As the reality of our current crisis begins to set in, and most of us are realizing that we need to figure out how to be the gathered church in a new (socially…
Theology
Witness

Embodying the Imagery of the Prophets

“The wolf will live with the lamb…a little child will lead them…the infant will play near the cobra’s den, and the young child will put its hand into the viper’s nest. They will neither harm nor destroy on all my…
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