Art from the Revised Common Lectionary resources through the Vanderbilt Library. The first is called “Alpha and Omega” from the Church of San Isidro. The second is called “Jesus Appears to Thomas.”
Filed under Easter, Liturgical Art
Tagged as art, doubting Thomas, Easter, easter 2c, John 20:19-31, liturgical art, revelation 1:4-8, second sunday in easter
I’m a pastor at a church in Charlotte, NC and we’re launching an emergence/alt-style worship service on Sunday. What a Godsend that I found your blog… just last night, at our first rehearsal, God’s people looked at me and said, “This week is going to be so awesome… but do you have more ideas?” Such a joy to be able to send them a link to your blog as proof that, yes, GOD has more ideas!
Im so glad I can help! I stand on the shoulders of the liturgical giants that have gone before me! the church that I am working with might be doing something similar in the future so perhaps we can share thoughts! Grace and peace, Stephen
Thrilling! I look forward to hearing about it. If you want to keep tabs on us, or if we can share anything at all, you can find us here: facebook.com/thehubclt
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