The Liturgists

Over the past couple weeks we have been using some audio meditations and reflections from The Liturgists at our Worship Gatherings. On Mother’s Day we used tracks 4 & 5 from their “God our Mother” album to learn about the Orthodox practice of Apophatic Meditation, that draws attention to the limitations of human language to describe God.

There is also an album for “Pentecost” and we listened to tracks 2 & 3 before our Pentecost Potluck Supper. These tracks talk about the story where the Holy Spirit of God is given to the early church as tongues of fire. but then expands our ideas of miracles in a way that sees the magic and gift in the science of our very existence. If you haven’t ever listened to The Liturgists’ you should give them a try.

Stations of the Cross Paintings

Each week during our Stations of the Cross series Randell Neudorf has been creating two paintings based on that week’s stations. During the week news paper headlines are chosen each day that some how relate to the specific station of the cross reading being used. The clippings are then pasted onto a small wooden panel. Every Friday Randell re-reads the scripture and newspaper headlines and creates a symbol for the stations we will be reflecting on at our Sunday Worship Gathering.

Here are the stations completed so far:

You can follow the artist’s process during the week on Randell’s Instagram.