Lectionary resources for worship, faith formation, and service
Due to an unfortunate series of events, we are unable to provide you with the usual FUSION blog this week. With any luck, the regular blog entries will be back online next week.
In the meantime, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your willingness to explore and engage the movement of Spirit in our day, particularly as we see and experience it in new and emerging forms of Christian community and faith formation practice. From the very beginning, it has been our hope that SeasonsFUSION would provide resources and inspiration, as well as mutually-supportive companionship, for this journey of exploration and discovery.
Particularly in regards to the latter, the FUSION blog can play an important role. Besides providing weekly reflections on the issues and themes raised by the biblical texts and the SeasonsFUSION materials themselves, this blog is meant to provide you with a place and a means by which to share your experiences, questions, and experiments with the entire Seasons community.
Has something worked particularly well for you recently?
Don’t keep your success to yourself? Why not share your experience here by “leaving a reply“, so that others might benefit too? Or maybe you are struggling with how best to present or adapt the material to reflect the needs of your particular community. Why not share your questions here? You are not alone in your efforts to bring faith to life. No doubt there are other people in the Seasons community who are asking the same questions as you, or alternatively, who may have suggestions or wisdom or insights to share with you.
The great thing about communities these days is that they can be both local and global, physical and virtual. We can learn, share, and grow with friends, colleagues, “neighbours” and faith partners who may live across the street, or halfway around the world.
So please, don’t “hide your light,” or your questions, “under a bushel.” Instead, let’s get the conversation and the sharing going. It’s what makes community strong.