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MLK Day and a request for requests

Dear All,

It has just occurred to me that a great many congregations celebrated Martin Luther King Day today, making adjustments in the readings and/or sermon content in light of that. Had I thought of this earlier in the week, I might have done a lectionary blog entry for MLK Day as well as one for the Epiphany 2 readings. And that made me wonder:

For what occasions, other than the usual Sunday calendar, would lectionary blog entries be helpful? If you've got requests -- U.S. Independence Day? A particular saint's day? Holy Name? Or something not currently on The Episcopal Church's calendar in any official way, like "Blue Christmas" liturgies? If so, please let me know in the comments below. I'm still doing SarahLaughed.net in my spare time, so if I don't think of something until the last minute, I'm not always able to carve out the time to do an extra entry, but I would like to be as helpful to readers as possible.

Thanks for reading, supporting, and offering feedback, and may God bless you richly in your ministries!

Dylan

January 14, 2007 in Administrivia | Permalink

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MLK Day and a request for requests

Dear All,

It has just occurred to me that a great many congregations celebrated Martin Luther King Day today, making adjustments in the readings and/or sermon content in light of that. Had I thought of this earlier in the week, I might have done a lectionary blog entry for MLK Day as well as one for the Epiphany 2 readings. And that made me wonder:

For what occasions, other than the usual Sunday calendar, would lectionary blog entries be helpful? If you've got requests -- U.S. Independence Day? A particular saint's day? Holy Name? Or something not currently on The Episcopal Church's calendar in any official way, like "Blue Christmas" liturgies? If so, please let me know in the comments below. I'm still doing SarahLaughed.net in my spare time, so if I don't think of something until the last minute, I'm not always able to carve out the time to do an extra entry, but I would like to be as helpful to readers as possible.

Thanks for reading, supporting, and offering feedback, and may God bless you richly in your ministries!

Dylan

January 14, 2007 in Administrivia | Permalink

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