Permission is granted to use hymns and liturgy in worship with credit. An email about it is always appreciated!
Liturgies for the Lonely: A series of liturgies designed to be practiced at home during key moments of the liturgical year. Particularly written for those who are alone and without a church community during pandemic times. Currently in production.
queeringlent: A collection of 41 poems (one for each day of Lent and one for Easter) and one sermon written as part of a simple Lenten discipline: write one poem every day. An exploration of queerness and Christianity--and the queerness of Christianity. This collection contains references to transphobia, violence against trans people, mental illness, and suicide. Available on Amazon and Lulu.
Connections Worship Companion series, Westminster John Knox Press. Core liturgy writer for six volume series.
Follow Me curriculum, Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. Recurring contributor for Worship Helps and Adult Reflection Guides.
These Days, Daily Devotions of Living By Faith, Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. Contributed 14 devotions to the Oct/Nov/Dec 2021 issue.
other publications (articles/poetry/hymns)
"How Can We Cry for Justice?", hymn text, Call to Worship, Vol 55.2
"We Are the Hidden", hymn text, Songs for the Holy Other: songs celebrating the LGBTQIA2S+ community, The Hymn Society
"what if i told you", poetry, Call to Worship, Vol 51.3
"On the Passing of 11-12 via consent agenda", poetry, Sacramental Life, Vol 30.3
"The Steward of the Underside of the Table" and "Dancing with Words", poetry and article, The Presbyterian Outlook, Vol 201.3
"A Home for All", article, The Presbyterian Outlook, Vol 201.5
A Sanctified Art - Wilderness Lent resources: Slats was honored to be the first guest artist with A Sanctified Art. Their work can be seen in the Sermon Planning Guide and "Singing Through the Wilderness" service.
"Through Dust You Formed Our Mortal Flesh" (coming soon)
blogs and devotionals
Unbound: From Ashes to Rainbows: a Queer Lenten Devotional. "First Sunday in Lent".
Q Christian Fellowship: Stations of the Cross.
Fidelia: "Should and Should Not: Just Trust"
NEXTChurch: "Breaking the Binary"
History of Hymns: "God Moves in a Mysterious Way"
History of Hymns: "Holy Darkness"
History of Hymns: "Now Let Us From This Table Rise"
History of Hymns: "Out of the Depths"