In the season of Pentecost—also known as “Ordinary Time” (or “Kingdomtide”)—we remember that we live in the time in between the coming of the Holy Spirit and the return of our Lord. Ordinary Time gets its name from the word “ordinal” which simply means counted time. Our days are numbered; our moments count as we seek to live in Christ’s resurrection hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Week by week through Pentecost, the Holy Spirit prompts and guides the church through a season of growth. As we seek first the kingdom of God in the ordinary activities of life—prayer, worship, study, play, rest, service—we mature in our understanding of God’s ways.
As we serve God and others in the name of Christ—at home, at work, in the neighbourhood, at church—we discover that we are freed from sin and fear as our hearts and minds are formed by the compassion and love of Jesus. We see that together with the church we have been gifted with all we need to proclaim and participate in God’s mission to love and save the world.
The liturgical colour of green calls us to grow ever more deeply in doing justice and loving mercy. As we walk humbly with Jesus in the company of the church, the promise is that our daily lives will bear the fruit of faith.
Below you will find recordings and printable liturgies from Scattered Prayers. Check back each Sunday for a new edition.
We will also be using the following two liturgies intermittently throughout the summer months.