Common Prayer Party: Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals with Bangsar Lutheran Church ~ Friday Dec 10, 2010

Friday, December 10 · 8:30pm – 10:00pm

Location The Father’s House

No 23, Jalan Abdullah, Off Jalan Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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A global event that involves nearly 150 release parties to celebrate the "birth" of Common Prayer. 

Common Prayer: Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals — more than a book, it is an embodiment of a way of life conveyed through its words that involves liturgies, prayers gathered from all over the world, music from the ancient times, joining the rest of the faith
communities from around the world to celebrate the ‘birth’ of Common Prayer. 

Below are the links to further explain the project of Common Prayer.

Bangsar Lutheran Church has the privilege to be one of the hosts for this event!!!! 
We are excited about this. It is a good opportunity for us to explore the beauty of liturgy, and be part of the journey that is already started by many groups of Christians around the world.

In this event, we will be able to see the beautiful art that’s been created for this project, pray these collected prayers with a gathering of friends, sing these songs and take them home with you, knowing that you’re not alone, but part of an incredible family of fellow travelers that stretches all the way back to Abraham and Sarah.

The authors of the book are Shane Clairborne (He is the author of the book ‘Irresistible Revolution’) A radical Christian who believes it is possible to live out the Beatitudes! and he created the Simple Way community.

Second author is Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (Author of the book ‘New Monasticism: What It Has to Say to Today’s Church) He has also started a community, The Rutba House. Check out this link, there is an interesting story behind how this name was chosen.

Third author is Enuma Okoro. Enuma Okoro was born in the United States and raised in Nigeria, Ivory Coast, and England. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University Divinity School where she served as Director for the Center
for Theological Writing. She has served as a Spiritual Formation
Leader for seminarians and continues to lead workshops and retreats for both youth and adults on such topics as the Dangers and Joys of Prayer, Vocational Discernment, Theology & Poetry, The Arts as a Mirror for the Divine, Writing as a Spiritual Practice, and Engaging the Spiritual Disciplines for Discernment. She works as a full time writer, speaker, and workshop/ retreat leader.

Official invitation from Shane

If you are interested to join the party, please RVSP our FB link as well as through this link. (It is important to do as soon as possible, because you might able to receive a free copy),

This is party for everyone!!! transdenominational, it is not a just
Christian party, So invite your friends to come along!
For those who love liturgy, this is night for you
For those who don’t know liturgy, this is also a night for you to discover it
For those who think you have enough liturgy, and what so great about it, this is also a night for you to experience in a fresh way. 

Contact persons: 
Rev Sivin Kit +6013 3507246
Clarice Wong +6012 9808057

About Sivin Kit

man of one wife, father of four kids
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