Bloom Church Denver - Guided Liturgy Podcast
Twentieth Week After Pentecost

Twentieth Week After Pentecost

October 21, 2021

This week, Seth, Kristen, and David guide us through our liturgy, scripture, prayers. You'll also hear a discussion on our commitment to Prayer, as well as a demo for the song "Our Souls Lift up The Name" that was written and recorded by people within the Bloom community.

If you're interested in what we talked about in this episode, you can go to bloom.church/examen to find our commitments and a pdf of the Examen that can be used for self reflection and meditation in your daily life.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link. 

Nineteenth Week After Pentecost

Nineteenth Week After Pentecost

October 6, 2021

This week, Seth, Dulcy, David, and Taryn guide us through our liturgy, scripture, prayers. You'll also hear a discussion on Worship from Jesus's interaction with the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4, as well as a demo for the song "Everything Fades" that was written and recorded by people within the Bloom community.

If you're interested in what we talked about in this episode, you can go to bloom.church/examen to find our commitments and a pdf of the Examen that can be used for self reflection and meditation in your daily life.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link. 

Sixteenth Week After Pentecost — Vision Sunday Recap

Sixteenth Week After Pentecost — Vision Sunday Recap

September 28, 2021

This week,  Seth, Dulcy,and Taryn guide you through the liturgy and scripture and prayers given to us by the lectionary, as well as a  discussion on our Vision Sunday that happened a few weeks ago. You'll also hear a demo for the song "Turn Our Eyes," written and recorded by people within our bloom community.

If you're interested in what we talked about in this episode, you can check out the Vision Sunday related episodes on our other two podcasts, the Bloom Sunday Talks podcast (Spotify, Apple Podcasts) and our topical podcast called Being Bloom (Spotify, Apple Podcasts).

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link. 

Thirteenth Week After Pentecost

Thirteenth Week After Pentecost

August 22, 2021

David, Seth, and Taryn guide you through this week's liturgy and scripture, and you'll hear an original song from the Bloom community called "Our Souls Find Rest". Instead of a discussion this week, we've decided to let the words of the book of common prayer lead us in prayers and contemplation for the world we I've in.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

Eleventh Week After Pentecost

Eleventh Week After Pentecost

August 11, 2021

This week, David, Seth, Taryn, and Dulcy guide you through this week's liturgy, scripture, and prayers. We discuss a passage from John chapter 6, and you'll also hear a song called "Christ In Everything" that was written and recorded by folks within the Bloom community.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

Tenth Week After Pentecost

Tenth Week After Pentecost

August 2, 2021

This week, David, Seth, and Dulcy guide you through this week's liturgy, scripture, and prayers. We discuss a passage from John chapter 6, and you'll also hear a song called "Freely, Freely" that was written and recorded by folks within the Bloom community.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

Seventh Week After Pentecost

Seventh Week After Pentecost

July 11, 2021

This week, David, Seth, and bloom kids & family pastor Kristen Hintze talk about John the baptist, the system in power that ordered his death, and the church's response to this passage today. You'll also hear a song that's been a bloom favorite for years called "Transfiguration Song" that was written and recorded by folks within the Bloom community, and features the voice of singer/songwriter and frequent Bloom collaborator David Burchfield.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

Fifth Week After Pentecost

Fifth Week After Pentecost

June 27, 2021

This week, Dulcy and Taryn are back with Seth and David as they talk about the concept of belonging we find in Christ. You'll also hear a new song that debuted last week called "Most of All" that was written and recorded by folks within the Bloom community, and features the voice of singer/songwriter and frequent Bloom collaborator David Burchfield.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

Third Week After Pentecost

Third Week After Pentecost

June 14, 2021

This week Dulcy and Taryn are out, but Seth and David are joined instead bythe pastor to kids and families at Bloom, Kristen Hintze. Together we go through the liturgy and discuss the idea of family and Christ's vision for the Church. You'll also hear a brand new song called "Most of All" that was written and recorded by folks within the Bloom community, and features the voice of singer/songwriter and frequent Bloom collaborator David Burchfield.

For more information about Bloom, please visit our website at bloom.church or email us directly at staff@bloom.church. If you'd like to hear more of the songs that have been featured on this and past episodes of the podcast, you can find a compiled album of all of our latest demos to stream or download for free at this link.

BONUS: Being Bloom -  Depression & Aloneness Part 3

BONUS: Being Bloom - Depression & Aloneness Part 3

June 2, 2021

No guided liturgy this week, but instead we're offering the third and final part of our Being Bloom Depression & Aloneness series, a new podcast from Bloom Church Denver that looks at our community's values and commitments, while exploring meaningful topics and themes through those lenses.

On the third and final part of this series, David, Seth, and guest Laurie Marcellin, a licensed mental health therapist, talk about reconnecting and what it takes for us as a community to welcome each other back after what has been a long period of isolation for some.

Visit bloom.church for more information about our community.

The music featured throughout this episode is the song "Sun Came Up" by David Burchfield, found on any music streaming platform.

***This podcast is not intended to be used for diagnostic purposes. If you feel that you are clinically depressed, please seek help from a clinical mental health therapist or your primary care physician. If you feel that you may harm yourself or others, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

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