Liturgy

We offer a number of liturgies – for you to use in a service, or to follow in your own personal worship. The aim of this section is to provide liturgies which can be used widely by transgender people and by LGBTI groups and couples, without compromising on the important themes of blessing and celebration.

Sibyls Night Service – a liturgy for use by all wherever you are.

Transgender welcome – A service to enable a congregation to welcome someone in their affirmed identity.

Transgender Day of Remembrance – this liturgy was prepared for the Corrymeela community for use on 20 November each year, when we remember trans people who have died as a result of discrimination across the world. 

This liturgy uses the terms ‘transgender’ and ‘transsexual’ because of their common use. More precise definitions are often advocated by transgender people.

Sibyls Agape meal – the Agape feast (also called Love feast) was a loosely structured early Christian service that typically included a social meal.

Sibyls services – each month we hold a service on Zoom, led by one of our members or allies. The following services are available as a pdf:

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