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Liturgical Resources

Worship, Episcopal Church in Wyoming

There is a profound desire and need to revitalize our worship, to provide spiritual freshness for those currently attending our churches, as well as to be more relevant to those who visit them. One of the ways the Episcopal Church in Wyoming is meeting this need is to be a strategic resource for new alternative liturgies that resonate with or are based upon our distinct Anglican/Episcopal ethos and spirituality. In this regard, our Worship Advisory Committee, led by the Rev. Megan Nickles from St. John’s Church in Powell, and the Rev. Canon Lara Gilbert (Canon for Spiritual Formation & Congregational Development), creates alternative liturgies for use in our Wyoming congregations and beyond.


In addition to the new liturgies that offered, we will be providing on-going practical assistance as to how to best benefit from these various resources. 

Click a link below for various liturgical offerings.


Devotionals - Diocesan Staff Tuesday Mornings

Each Tuesday morning the Diocesan office staff gathers in our worship space at 8:30 to spend half an hour deepening our relationship with God and one another.  This short devotional time brings us together in the presence of God helping us to focus our hearts and minds in the Spirit as we go about the work of being the Body of Christ in the world.  We are pleased to be able to share the text of these devotionals with you, and we hope they may become a source of prayer and worship for your personal devotional time or that they may help you deepen your faith-journey in some way.  You are welcome to use them in whole or in part when gathering with others or on your own.  

Worship Advisory Committee

Rev. Megan Nickles (Chair), St. John’s, Powell, Wyoming

Rev. Lara Gilbert, Canon for Canon for Spiritual Formation & Congregational Development and Dean of the Wyoming Iona School, Casper, Wyoming

Rev. Mary Caucutt, Christ Church, Cody, Wyoming

Rev. Bobbe Fitzhugh, Canon for Mission, Outreach & Evangelism, Casper, Wyoming

Rev. Pamela Bright, St. Paul’s, Evanston, Wyoming

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