God is love, and because God made humanity in his image, we are lovers, too. Jesus said that loving God and loving our neighbors ought to be our highest priorities. We make them our priorities through developing daily and weekly habits of Christian formation. Here are some ways members of the Church of the Resurrection engage in love-shaping, formative practices.
MORNING & EVENING PRAYER
TUESDAYS 7:45 AM AND WEDNESDAYS 6:30 PM IN PERSON AT THE CHURCH
Since 1549, the daily offices (i.e. morning and evening prayer services) of the Book of Common Prayer have provided a way for Christians to read through the English Bible regularly and to draw near to God in prayer and praise.
DEVOTIONAL PRACTICES & BIBLE READING
CONFESSION & PRAYER FOR HEALING
on and Prayer for Healing. St. James wrote to Christians saying: “confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed” (5:16). A normal by-product of Christian friendships within the church ought to be members of the body confessing to one another and praying for one another. In addition, Resurrection clergy are available by appointment to hear confessions and/or to pray for healing. See the Pastoral Care page.
HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE
Dan and Elise Claire lead a pilgrimage to the lands of the Bible every 2-3 years. It's a life-changing experience of learning, friendship, and spiritual transformation. Talk with them to find out more about the next pilgrimage.