This week I plan to introduce the summer curriculum from A Sanctified Art “Faces of Our Faith.” I’ve included the Faces of Our Faith Genesis reading on the creation story (bone of my bone) along with the reading from Acts and the Gospel for Pentecost in the RCL readings. We’re going to write the names of people who have been important to our faith on cut out shapes of card stock paper. For next week (Trinity Sunday) I’ll have the shape-names hanging on a triangle shaped mobile. We’ll add names as the summer progresses. The idea is to help us think about our individual faith and our corporate faith, and the people who have impacted us and connect this to a number of important characters in scripture. For me this is a Pentecost kind of activity – the giving of the Holy Spirit for the formation of the church and the development of a people of faith.
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I will be here this evening and for a little while in the morning, assuming I am not too captivated by the Royal Wedding and the sermon preached by my/the Episcopal Presiding Bishop….lol..but then I am gone for most of the day attending a mission church training program. Someone will be around to help keep the party going in my absence, and I’ll check in as I am
The Rev. Terri C. Pilarski is an Episcopal priest serving in Dearborn, MI. A member of the RevGalBlogPals and blogger since 2006, she blogs at seekingauthenticvoice.blogspot.com
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