In This Issue: Liturgy 37, no. 2 (2022) “Liturgy and Hope”

Liturgy is the journal of The Liturgical Conference, an ongoing movement within the ecumenical church founded in 1940. It advocates for the renewal of liturgy, supports the formation of liturgical people, and seeks the unity of the Body of Christ, for the life of the world.

INTRODUCTION
Introduction: Liturgy and Hope
Michelle Baker-Wright

ARTICLES
UnMute Yourself: Liturgical Markers for Times of Transition
Stephanie Perdew

Preaching Hope: Lessons from Friedrich Schleiermacher
David Farina Turnbloom

The Assembly beyond “the Brink of Chaos”:
Signs of Hope among those Re-Gathered in Christ’s Name

Bryan Cones

Strength Wells Up: Disrupted and Adaptive Baptismal Practices Amidst the Flint Water Crisis
Kristen Daley Mosier and Andrew Wymer

Liturgical Hope as Public Work
Michelle Baker-Wright

Hope in the Midst of the Pieces: A Sermon for the Third Sunday in Easter on Luke 24:13-35
Michelle Baker-Wright

Hope Emerges?: An Exploration of Energy and Power in the Context of Worship
Allie Utley

Holy Ground
Brother Dennis Gibbs

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