Posts Tagged "communion"


Inverse Communion


Posted By on Apr 6, 2020

https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast-player/3939/inverse-communion.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:07:01Subscribe: iTunes6 min Online Communion See the whole post here: https://vermonthillsumc.org/inverse-communion/ Join the conversation. Comment below or email VHUMCpastor@gmail.com  Support the podcast with a tax-deductible donation on our  online giving app...

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Inverse Communion


Posted By on Apr 6, 2020

Many churches normally celebrate communion on the 1st Sunday of the month. This is not your average month however. There is a lot of hand-wringing about whether to do online communion … OR … utilize this Sunday as a ‘Lenten fast’ from communion until we are all together again physically. It is amazing how ‘social distancing’ has challenged both our vocabulary and our metaphysics. More about that in...

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Online Communion Liturgy


Posted By on Mar 29, 2020

https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast-player/3913/online-communion-liturgy.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:11:26Subscribe: iTunesAn 11 min experiment with online communion #digital #church We will shorten it to 6 min next week for ‘Inverse Communion’ Check out the full text here https://vermonthillsumc.org/online-communion/ Join the conversation. Comment below or email VHUMCpastor@gmail.com  Support the...

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Online Communion


Posted By on Mar 29, 2020

Here is our first attempt at an online liturgy for communion. It took 11 minutes and so we are going to refine it down next week by almost half. In the transcript below (also available as a PDF at the bottom) I went ahead and highlighted the ‘inverse’ elements where the innovation happens. Please feel free to utilize or adapt this if it would be helpful to you in your context. We will be doing Inverse Communion (the...

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4 Acts Of Life


Posted By on Aug 7, 2019

In the communion ceremony we have four verbs that give a ‘Liturgy of Life’: Receive Bless Brake Share On the first Sunday of every month we enact this narrative as we come to the table. It is an embodied practice for us. Below is a short reflection (8 min) on these 4 Acts of Life.

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