Category: Prayer

Body Prayer: Epiphany

Download Body Prayer: Epiphany (pdf) with illustrations Repeat the following prayer, using the actions to inspire movement as you are able: Holy One (reach up and out) May your light (flick fingers open and shut 3 times) Dwell within me (keep

Personal Devotions: Watch Night / New Year’s Eve

Many Christian traditions have Watch Night services, where communities gather to pray, reflect, and renew their covenant with God before the start of the new calendar year. For people of African descent who were brought to the Americas via slave

Body Prayer: Christmas

Download Body Prayer: Christmas (pdf) with illustrations Happy Christmas! Jesus is born. Take a few minutes to repeat the following prayer, using the actions to inspire movement as you are able: Holy One (reach up and out) May the gift of

Personal Devotions: Love

God is love, and the greatest of God’s gifts is love. Choose one or more of these prayers for daily use over the course of the week. Scriptural Prayer Memorize this scripture: The Word became flesh and lived among us

Body Prayer: Love

Download Body Prayer: Love (pdf) with illustrations Repeat the following prayer, using the actions to inspire movement as you are able: Holy One (reach up and out) May your love (cross hands and lower arms over heart) Be in my head…

Personal Devotions: Joy

On the third Sunday of Advent, we celebrate joy! Many Advent wreathes use a pink candle for this Sunday. Choose one or more of these prayers for daily use over the course of the week. Scriptural Prayer Memorize this scripture:

Body Prayer: Joy

Download Body Prayer: Joy (pdf) with illustrations Repeat the following prayer, using the actions to inspire movement as you are able: Holy One (reach up and out) May your joy (put hands toward centre, wiggle fingers) Sustain me (reach arms to

O Come, O Come

It is a very human thing to “keep vigil.” We gather by candlelight after a disaster; to protest peacefully in places of power; to sit with one who is dying. As Christians, in Advent, we gather with Mary, Joseph, and those

Personal Devotions: Peace

The second Sunday of Advent is traditionally devoted to the theme of peace. How do you experience God’s peace in your life? Where is God’s peace most needed in the world? Choose one or more of these prayers for daily

Body Prayer: Peace

Download Body Prayer: Peace (pdf) with illustrations Repeat the following prayer, using the actions to inspire movement as you are able: Holy One (reach up and out) May your peace (clasp hands over heart) Surround me (circle arms in front of

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