SCLM Begins Work Collecting Liturgical Resources that Speak to Issues of Racial Injustice and Reconciliation

In response to Resolution A182, the SCLM is beginning the process of gathering liturgical resources to be suitable for inclusion for the prayers of the people that speak to issues of racial injustice and reconciliation.

The SCLM envisions this as a Church-wide project. We are eager to learn about the ways the Church has already been praying about racial reconciliation and hope to share online various prayers that can be used in The Prayers of the People as well as other resources that can help all of us continue to live into the mission of the church by being apart of Christ’s work of Reconciliation in the world.

We know there are many excellent prayers, liturgies, new music, and related resources already in local use. We would like to begin to collect these resources and connect with the people who developed them.

If you are aware of any prayers, liturgies, pieces of music, or other resources related to worship that have been used or developed within your local context that speak to racial reconciliation, please send these to us by contacting: Athena Hahn at athenahahn@hotmail.com by December 1st, 2016.

We also welcome you to contact us if you know of people in your diocese or parish who have written or are working on such materials, please send us their contact information and encourage them to share their work with us.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns in regards to this work on the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music I invite you to contact the chair of Racial Reconciliation and Justice, Christopher Decatur at cdecatur@trinitycleveland.org.

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