Epiphany Worship Resources
May your light shine in us and through us
Words such as light and shine turn our thoughts to Epiphany. The following resources for the Season after Epiphany use light as their central focus.
Where Two or Three are Gathered: Worship Resources for Small Assemblies – Epiphany Year C
This latest offering from the Program Committee for Worship or the ELCIC offers worship suggestions for both services with Holy Communion and for Service of the Word, using Evangelical Lutheran Worship as the primary resource. Many of the ideas can be adapted to larger assembly gatherings as well. Thank you to Lorraine Reinhardt, BC Synod, for preparing this resource.
You will find the resource on the ELCIC worship site: worship.ca
Kairos has produced a new Epiphany resource – Light of a Star
The season of Epiphany is full of wonderful stories and psalms and even laws that help us learn about Jesus. The first story tells us about the Wise Ones who knew the world needed God’s love. They found Jesus, the Light of the World, under the star. The journey of the Wise Ones and the machinations of a despot king make us think of those who are on the move because of injustice, seeking shelter, seeking work, seeking a better life. Migrant workers are ever hopeful when they land on Canadian soil. Can we nurture communities that embrace these seekers? We find wisdom in the stories of the Israelites coming together after Babylonian exile and the Corinthians striving to be a community despite insurmountable differences.