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Joining the Angels' Song

Eucharistic Prayers for Sundays and Holy Days, Years A, B & C

Joining the Angels' Song

Eucharistic Prayers for Sundays and Holy Days, Years A, B & C

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781848258396
Published: 27/05/2016

For everyone who loves liturgy and its ability to empower the people of God, here is an invaluable collection of material that will bring a new joy and energy to Eucharistic worship.

Samuel Wells and Abigail Kocher present 150 new Eucharistic prefaces, one for each Sunday and major holy day of years A, B & C, together with a range for special occasions.

Aiming to reflect the many dimensions of Christian life, each one is rich in Biblical allusion and seasonal resonance that reflect the scripture readings of the day and the time of year.

Rather than using abstract theological concepts that fit all occasions, these new prayers are full of vivid, concrete imagery that will help make Eucharistic worship a focused, fresh and engaged time of new discoveries and greater engagement with God.

Samuel Wells

Samuel Wells is Vicar of St Martin in the Fields, London, and the author of many acclaimed books including What Anglicans Believe, Learning to Dream Again, and God's Companions (shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize). Previously he was Dean of Chapel and Research Professor of Christian Ethics at Duke University.

Abby Kocher

Samuel Wells is a noted Anglican writer and scholar, and Vicar of St Martin in the Fields, London. His numerous books include What Anglicans Believe and Learning to Dream Again. Abby Kocher is a Methodist minister based in Virginia.