Liturgy that Matters
Feminist, anti-racist, queerly grounded liturgy and sermon applications for hundreds of progressive clergy of many denominations - contributing to more just, inclusive, generative, and theologically rich worship across the U.S. (And in one incredible congregation in Columbia)
Prayers and litanies for a wide-variety of worshipping needs added to our free and ever-growing liturgy library. These resources have been used in protests, community-led gatherings, personal spiritual discipline, worshipping congregations across the country, special services of celebration, loss, or community solidarity, house-churches, and more.
enfleshed provides custom liturgies for individuals and communities looking for expansive words that ground in liberation and contemplative theologies. Each is constructed to meet the needs of specific contexts and, in most cases, is then offered for others' use through the liturgy library.
Highlights this year include: a litany of becoming for a collective home ritual at the start of transitioning, an anti-bullying community-wide service following a collective loss, a series of queer worship services, and an inclusively re-framed remembrance of baptism.
Preaching and Workshops
Some topic highlights from the extensive offerings of this year: Trans care at the end of life for the National Hospice Annual Conference, an extended series on the Sacred and the Strange, Liberation in the UMC, Faith and the Harm Reduction Movement, and introductions to social justice and the gospel.
Locations included but not limited to: Chicago, IL; Evanston, IL; Ithica, NY; Iowa City, IA; Orlando, FL; Minneapolis, MN; Mt. Morris, WI; Cedar Rapids, IA.
Public Theology (podcasts, articles, interviews, etc)
enfleshed was in conversation this year with Counterbalance Progressive Christian voices - KZUM 89.3 FM radio; Autostraddle; The Advocate; Feminist Conversations in Religion with Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual; NY Magazine; Huffington Post; Filter Magazine; USA Today; Des Moines Register, and others...