Tag Archive: Titus

Dec 16

Christmas Eve/Christmas Day (Year A)

I have posted about the various Nativity of the Lord readings in previous posts. The one that I posted last year has a plethora of ideas, as well as links to other posts that could be helpful.  You can also find liturgy suggestions from previous years here. Worship Ideas Celebrating that the Light of the …

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Dec 18

Christmas Eve/Christmas Day (Year C)

There is a multitude of readings that you can use for Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day.  I have posted about each of these before, so you will want to check out those posts (I have links below).  Meanwhile, here are a few new ideas: Nativity of the Lord – Proper I Previously posted ideas for …

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Dec 09

Christmas Day (Year B)

Isaiah 62:6-12 This is a wonderful passage to read while you are processing into the worship space – perhaps while candles are being lit, the Bible is carried into the sanctuary, the Table is prepared for Communion, or the figure of the Christ-child is placed in the Nativity. I like the NRSV, but I appreciate the real readability …

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Dec 07

Christmas Eve (Year B)

I know – all too well – that every church has particular Christmas Eve traditions.  And, of all the sacred cows in this world, those that accompany this season are often the ones that are the most dangerous to tip.  However, I think that sacred cow-tipping is part of my calling (and certainly is part …

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