On a non-creationism note; one of the things I do at my internship church is the Great Prayer of Thanksgiving during Communion. My supervisor asked me to write my own, and after reading through some of the ones in the Book of Common Worship and thinking about it, this was my result (which I prayed again today):
Eternal and immanent God
We gather together today
Our hearts full of thankfulness.
Father of justice
Mother of mercy
Author of life
Light in the darkness
We delight in your love
We exult in the beauty of your creation
We tremble at the vastness of your being.
We thank you that you made yourself known
In the person and life of Jesus Christ
Born of Mary, child of Nazareth
Baptized by John
Tested and triumphant
The living Gospel
Who shattered every barrier
Challenged every idol
Healer, teacher, prophet, savior
In his death we all die
In his resurrection death is broken.
We thank you for your presence in the Holy Spirit
The fire of Pentecost
That burns in us still
Sinew that binds the Body of Christ together
Heart and light of the Church
The seal set upon us
The substance of our shared love
A foretaste of the present and coming Kingdom.
By this Spirit we are empowered
To love self, neighbor and enemy
To overturn the idolatrous powers of this world
To live out our calling
And to take up the cross of Christ.
We thank you that you have made us one
Many parts, one being
Adopted children of the everlasting
Bound together, in life and in death
The past, present and future communion of saints.
We thank you for the life we have in you
As the family of God
Sustained by your love.