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M Barclay

Theological Commentary Writers for Liturgy that Matters

AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez (she/her) is an IndoLatinx mujerista offering education, coaching, consulting, writing, and art––all intended to assist people in building an interlocking framework for justice. She is the founder of En Conjunto—a collective of People of Color working independently at the intersection of justice and spirituality. She is also the Co-Creator of the Digital Dine-In Project – a virtual dining and learning experience bringing people together from around the world. She is an independent practitioner but partners as a co-coordinator with Liberation School South and serves on the board of the Festival Center in Washington, DC. You can follow her on...

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M Barclay

Trans faith internship pilot program

Overview of enfleshed enfleshed creates and facilitates spiritual resources for collective liberation through prayer, liturgies, art, teaching, writing and other meditations. Our work is largely positioned within Christian-adjacent traditions centering the wisdom, experiences, and desires of those on the fringes of dominant institutions, theologies, and politics.  Our values align with the poets, the healers, the truth-tellers, the tender and fierce, the messy and untidy, the seekers, the queers, and the strange ones across spiritual traditions. With attention to the Sacred in the flesh of the earth and all creaturely forms, we find God in the entangled, fleeting, beautiful, and aching...

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M Barclay

Job openings - Freelance writers for "Liturgy that Matters" subscription

Job openings - Freelance writers for "Liturgy that Matters" subscription

enfleshed is no longer accepting applications for these positions.Eagerly anticipating introducing our new writers soon!   Freelance theological writer for Liturgy that Matters subscription(Remote/part-time - four positions open) Overview of enfleshed enfleshed creates and facilitates spiritual resources for collective liberation through prayer, liturgies, art, teaching, writing, and other meditations. Our work is largely positioned within Christian-adjacent traditions centering the wisdom, experiences, and desires of those on the fringes of dominant institutions, theologies, and politics.  Our values align with the poets, the healers, the truth-tellers, the tender and fierce, the messy and untidy, the seekers, the queers, and the strange ones...

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Anna Blaedel

On dangerous sentiments and the truths we need

On dangerous sentiments and the truths we need

By Rev. M Barclay As I often do when invited to offer a reading for reflection, last week I turned to the work of adrienne maree brown to share in digital community. Her “spell for grief or letting go” is a timely invitation to release control and practice our humanity in ways that heal.The responsive insights of the gathered group were rich, and one struck me in particular. In the midst of conversations about the protestors calling for the premature opening of businesses - the white supremacist, gun-toting, embodiments of toxic masculinity and its accomplices – one person shared, “I’d...

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