038 Lenten Invitations and Salutations
How do we begin Lent if our congregations are largely absent from Ash Wednesday? Also, a big-picture discussion on expansive language.
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- Ashes to Go; listen to our episode on the topic, 016 Ashes to Go and Ashes to Stay
- Lent Madness
- Ash Wednesday, 1979 Book of Common Prayer (BCP)
- Good Friday, 1979 BCP
- Ash Wednesday, 1928 BCP
- The salutation is defined on page 142 of the prayer book: "When Morning or Evening Prayer is used as the Liturgy of the Word at the Eucharist, the Nicene Creed may take the place of the Apostles’ Creed, and the officiant may pass at once from the salutation 'The Lord be with you,' and its response, to the Collect of the Day. A Lesson from the Gospel is always included."
- An Exhortation
- Leo Mitchell talks about using the Litany of Penitence as the Prayers of the People in Lent in Praying Shapes Believeing.
- The Great Litany
- St. Thomas, New York does sing the Great Litany on Lent 1 and 5. Advent Boston, however, sings it on Lent 1, 2, 3, and 5. We would love to know other places that do it as much or more. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
- A Penitential Order: Rite One; Rite Two
- Episode 035: Expansive Language Eucharistic Prayer
- Episode 004:
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- Juan Oliver: "Worshipping 'as if we were in Restoration England' is not necessarily worshipping 'as if we were in the presence of God'." from the essay "Worshipping: Forming and Deforming" in Worship-Shaped Life: Liturgical Formation and the People of God.
- 1662 Evensong
- Rite I Evensong
- Coverdale Psalter
- 1979 Psalter
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