Prayers to Share Year B: Responsive Prayers for Each Sunday of the Church Year [NOOK Book]

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Based on the scripture readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, Prayers To Share offers church leaders an entire year's worth of responsive prayers for use in worship, and other church group settings. This first volume is for year B. Includes Call to Worship, Opening Prayer, Prayer of Confession, Words of Assurance, Offertory Prayer and Commissioning Prayer for each Sunday of the church year, including all the propers. A thematic index allows leaders to pick prayers by subject, for use in a variety church ...
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Prayers to Share Year B: Responsive Prayers for Each Sunday of the Church Year

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Overview

Based on the scripture readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, Prayers To Share offers church leaders an entire year's worth of responsive prayers for use in worship, and other church group settings. This first volume is for year B. Includes Call to Worship, Opening Prayer, Prayer of Confession, Words of Assurance, Offertory Prayer and Commissioning Prayer for each Sunday of the church year, including all the propers. A thematic index allows leaders to pick prayers by subject, for use in a variety church settings.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781770642928
  • Publisher: Wood Lake Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/1/2002
  • Series: Prayers to Share , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 2 MB

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Educated theologically, both in the United Kingdom and in North America, (BA, M Div., STM) David has served for 3 years with the United Church of Canada, mostly in Thunder Bay Ontario, and was for 5 years a minister in the United Reformed Church of England and Wales. For the best part of that time he has been writing prayers and hymns for public worship. David has led workshops on various aspects of public prayer, and has been a workshop leader at Worship Matters, the national gathering of worship leaders. David has retired, with wife Kathy, to Summerland British Columbia, and is currently serving the United Church congregation of Okanagan Falls near Penticton. He has three children; John, who lives in London England, Mary in Vancouver, and Carol who lives and works in the Sudan.
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Table of Contents

Preface 7
Season of Advent 9
Season of Christmas 18
Season of Epiphany 31
Season of Lent 60
Holy Week 78
Season of Easter 83
Season of Pentecost 102
Thanksgiving 175
All Saints 178
Memorial Day/Remembrance Day 180
Thematic Index 183
Hebrew Scripture Index 189
New Testament Scripture Index 191
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2002

    A HANDY LITURGICAL AID

    These are truly wholesome and appropriate "responsive" prayers that engage the pray-ers. This liturgical aid does not aim to persuade, convince, or instruct but rather presupposes a degree of faith commitment on the part of the congregation. These prayers help to name and give voice to the congregation's pre-existing convictions arising out of the Christian experience. The prayers, composed with an eye to the contemporary religious climate, are truly "about us" and our beliefs as a worshipping body of Christ's faithful. Sparks has included a thematic index along with the Hebrew and New Testament indexes. This makes for easy reference to the Church's year and its biblically-centred liturgical life. His "Confession Prayers" remind me of the options for an "examination of conscience" that appear in the various penitential services in my own R.C. tradition. Sparks writes concerning his Confession Prayers: "I have tended not to use the traditional 'miserable offender' approach but to offer affirmations, reminders, encouragement, and questions instead." To my mind, this is handy liturgical resource that will bear fruit in a parish, congregation, and civil institution where worship services are conducted.

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