Following my upbringing in a charismatic covenant community, our family does "Celebrating the Lord's Day" prayers before and after the Saturday night and Sunday night meals. A sort of combination of the Liturgy of the Hours Evening I and II prayers and the Jewish Sabbath prayers, it's a tradition we retained when we drifted away from regular charismatic expression. I love the simple ritual of it, and the aura of solemnity it always gives our Sunday evening dinners.
(Note: Blogger seems determined to blog these URLs for some reason. So here are the direct links:
The PDF is http://sos-nar.com/Lord's%20Day%20Materials/Celebrate.pdf
And http://sos-nar.com/lord's_day.htm is the additional resources link. Cut and paste them into your browser window if you have to!)
My daughter created our fall centerpiece out of a hollowed-out log she found in the woods while she and her father and brothers were cutting firewood for the winter. And I'd also like to show off my latest acquisition of Sunday Silver: the covered dish I found at a thrift store for about six dollars. :)