Divine Dawn of Redemption, as the tomb has opened, we peer into the future. Like in the garden long ago, so much around is still unknown. Yet you have refilled our souls with hope. Even when fear lingers, your peace-filled spirit surrounds us, bringing us the confidence to continue to move forward. May we embrace this new era of resurrection with steadfast faith, even when anxiety and amazement disorient us. Amen.
Blessing of the Gifts
Holy One, with gratitude, we celebrate all gifts we have been given and the gifts we share with the church and our community. May the treasures, talents, and time we share build a world in which all people experience resurrection and renewal. Amen.
As we enter a world where resurrection is possible,
Nudge us forward when the unknown is overwhelming.
Empower us when anxiety and amazement seize our spirits.
Allow our trembling voices to share Alleluias with a hurting world.
Open our hearts to our neighbors yearning for rebirth.
And allow us to see the empty tomb in each season of our lives.
A Easter Communion Liturgy can be found here.
(c) 2021 Rev. Michelle L. Torigian. Permission to use with attribution.
Susan Strouse said:
I want to thank you for all of your wonderful liturgies that you’ve given to us in this past year. Putting together worship for Zoom church has certainly been a challenge/ opportunity. I’m so grateful for the ways you’ve helped those of us trying to make worship timely and relevant. You have been a gift to me and my congregation!