I read a post this morning that really piqued my interest:
Open Source Liturgy Project: Developers Needed
A call from the General Board of Discipleship for developers to work on an open source project for the texts of communion, baptism, service of Christian marriage and service of death and resurrection. I think that this has the potential to be an important part of the work of renewing the church.
Check out the post for more information on the project and how to submit your name, if interested in being a developer.
3 replies on “Open Source Liturgy”
What an interesting project! I’d love to be involved in it, but know that weekend won’t be a good one for traveling. 🙂 I’d love to hear all about your experience and if there are ways that I can be involved.
Jeff – Thanks. You are right, it will likely be a very busy weekend for you! I am still thinking about the potential here…
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