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Ordinary 16C

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)

(Resources listed here reference more than one reading and are normally shorter than the resources listed under the individual texts above. If you are looking to link the readings, check these resources.)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2016)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2013 to 2015)

(Resources listed here reference more than one reading and are normally shorter than the resources listed under the individual texts above. If you are looking to link the readings, check these resources.)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2010 to 2012)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Archives)

Music Suggestions

Prayers of the People

Worship Resources (2016)

Worship Resources (2013 to 2015)

Worship Resources (2010 to 2012)

Worship Resources (Archives)

Powerpoint, Images and Clip Art for Worship

  • Clip Art

    by Cerezo Barredo
  • Clip Art

    from Cruzblanca
  • Bulletin Cover

    by Sharon Geiser
  • Images for Worship

    from Jean and Alexander Heard Art Library
  • Bulletin Inserts

    by Sarah Johnson
  • Bulletin Clipart

    by Richard Lonsdale
  • Mary and Martha

    Image for Worship by Luini
  • Choose Both

    Art and Faith by Lynn Miller
    But plenty of people live a faith that is both active and contemplative. One of the most succinct directives for such a life came from Mother Ann Lee, founder of the Shaker societies that appeared in 19th-century America. Ann Lee was born in England but traveled to America with her "followers" in 1774 after suffering persecution in England. The Shakers (more accurately The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing) believed in equality of the sexes and races and believed that Ann Lee herself represented the manifestation of Christ's spirit on earth. They practiced celibacy and counted on conversions to grow their numbers. There are currently three Shakers in America.
  • Clip Art

    from Misioneros Del Sagrado Corazón
  • Clip Art #2

    from Misioneros Del Sagrado Corazón
  • Clip Art

    from Pitts Theology Library
  • Mary and Martha

    Image for Worship by Velazquez
  • Lectionary Cartoon (Luke)

    by James Wetzstein
  • Images of Mary and Martha

    Compiled by Jenee Woodard

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