Trial Use Collects for Year c with Seasonal Prayers over the Gifts and after Communion



Download 20.82 Kb.
Date30.05.2016
Size20.82 Kb.
Trial Use Collects for Year C

with Seasonal Prayers over the Gifts and after Communion:

Palm/Passion Sunday through Easter Vigil
Palm/Passion Sunday: At the Palm Procession

Luke 19.28-40
I

Holy and immortal God,

as we enter into this holy week

turn our hearts to Jerusalem,

so that, united with Christ and all the faithful,

we may enter the city not made with hands,

your promised realm of justice and peace,

eternal from age to age. Amen.___A_Prayer_Book_for_Australia_1995_alt._II'>Amen.



A Prayer Book for Australia 1995 alt.
II

O God of eternal glory,

whose servant, Jesus Christ, bore our sins,

encouraged the weary,

and raised up the fallen:

keep before our eyes his passion and resurrection,

so that our lives may be signs of his obedience and victory.

We ask this in the name of Christ, our liberator. Amen.___Revised_Common_Lectionary_Prayers_2002_alt.__Monday_in_Holy_Week'>Amen.___Revised_Common_Lectionary_Prayers_2002_alt.__II'>Amen.



Opening Prayers 1999 alt.
Palm/Passion Sunday: At the Eucharist

Isaiah 50.4-9a; Psalm 31.9-16; Philippians 2.5-11; Luke 22.14-23.56 or Luke 23.1-49
I

Compassionate God,

your love finds full expression

in the gift of Jesus Christ your Son,

who willingly met betrayal and death

to set us free from sin.

Give us courage to live obediently in these days

until we greet the glory of our risen Saviour. Amen.___Liturgy_Task_Force_2016__Wednesday_in_Holy_Week'>Amen.___Liturgy_Task_Force_2016__II'>Amen.



Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.

II

Holy and immortal God,

open our hearts to the Blessed One,

so that we may enter the gates of your justice,

confessing in our words and in our deeds

that Jesus is Lord, now and for ever. Amen.



Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.
Monday in Holy Week

Isaiah 42.1-9; Psalm 36.5-11; Hebrews 9.11-15; John 12.1-11
I

Holy and immortal God,

you bring us into being

and hold our lives in your heart.

May the fragrance of your love,

made known to us in Christ,

draw us closer to you

and unite us with Christ. Amen.___Revised_Common_Lectionary_Prayers_2002_alt._II'>Amen.___FWM_Proposed_Prayers_alt.__Good_Friday'>Amen.



Prayers for an Inclusive Church 2009 alt.
II

God of steadfast love,

in the tenderness of Mary

we behold your compassion for us

and for all you have made.

May we who stumble in selfishness

learn from her example,

bring light to those in darkness

and freedom to those who are oppressed;

through Jesus Christ, the anointed One. Amen.___Common_Worship:_Additional_Collects_2004_alt._II'>Amen.



Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.
Tuesday in Holy Week

Isaiah 49.1-7; Psalm 71.1-14; I Corinthians 1.18-31; John 12.20-36
I

Holy and immortal God,

who gives life to the seed:

grant that we who follow the way of Christ

may die to all that separates us from you,

so that we may bear fruit for eternal life

and dwell with Christ in his glory. Amen.

Liturgy Task Force 2016

II

Holy and immortal God,

in Christ you have named us friends

and called us to follow him as disciples:

may we be faithful in our calling,

so that, by walking in your light,

we may scatter the darkness of the world;

through Christ, our light and our salvation. Amen.



Liturgy Task Force 2016
Wednesday in Holy Week

Isaiah 50.4-9a; Psalm 70; Hebrews 12.1-3; John 13.21-32
I

Holy and immortal God,

banish from our hearts those fears and desires

which lead us to betray you in our lives,

and so fill us with the faithfulness of Jesus

that the world may know

your wisdom, love and power. Amen.

Liturgy Task Force 2016
II

Holy and immortal God,

in every generation you call us

to contend against brutality and betrayal.

Even through fear and uncertainty

keep us steadfast in the way of Jesus Christ,

who leads us. Amen.

Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.
Maundy Thursday

Exodus 12.1-4, (5-10), 11-14; Psalm 116.1, 10-17; 1 Corinthians 11.23-26; John 13.1-17, 31b-35
I

God our Father,

your Son Jesus Christ was obedient to the end

and drank the cup prepared for him:

May we who share his table

watch with him through the night of suffering

and be faithful. Amen.

Common Worship 2000 alt.

II

O God,


on the night he was betrayed

Jesus washed the feet of his disciples

and gave himself in a meal of bread and win.

May we who celebrate these signs of his love,

serve and give ourselves to others

in his name and to your glory;

through the same Jesus Christ our Lord,

who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever. Amen.

FWM Proposed Prayers alt.
Good Friday

Isaiah 52.13-53.12; Psalm 22; Hebrews 10.16-25 or Hebrews 4.14-16; 5.7-9; John 18.1-19.42
I

O Holy and Immortal One,

we veil our faces before your glory,

and bow before the cross of your wounded Christ.

With angels and archangels

we praise you, our Mercy,

and we bless you, our Compassion,

for in our brokenness

you have not abandoned us. Amen.

Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.
II

O Holy and Immortal One,

hear us as we pray through Jesus, our high priest:

heal all our divisions,

reconcile all who are estranged,

console all who suffer,

and finally raise up to new life

all that is bound by death. Amen.



Revised Common Lectionary Prayers 2002 alt.

Holy Saturday

Job 14.1-14 or Lamentations 3.1-9, 19-24; Psalm 31.1-4, 15-16; 1 Peter 4.1-8; Matthew 27.57-66 or John 19.38-42
I

God of sabbath reset,

out of the depths we cry to you.

Give light in our darkness

and hope in the prison of our despair;

through your Beloved who rests this day,

obedient to your will. Amen.

Common Worship: Additional Collects 2004 alt.
II

God of all consolation,

in your unending love and mercy

you turn the darkness of death

into the dawn of new life.

May we who wait at Christ’s tomb

trust in your power to restore all things

through your Holy Spirit,

who gives life to all creation. Amen.

The Book of Alternative Services 1985 alt.
Easter Vigil

Romans 6.3-11; Psalm 114; Luke 24.1-12
I

Light of all creation,

may the radiance of this night

fill us with the Spirit of love

and unite us in faith,

so that we may bear witness to the resurrection

and show forth your glory to all the world;

in the name of Jesus Christ, the risen Lord,

our light and our salvation. Amen.

FWM Proposed Prayers alt.
II

Lord God,

you have made this night bright

with the radiance of the risen Christ.

May we, who have been raised with him in baptism,

reflect the light of his glory

and live with him for ever. Amen.

A New Zealand Prayer Book 1998 alt.
Prayer over the Gifts for Lent
God our provider,

you have not fed us with bread alone,

but with words of grace and life.

Bless us and these your gifts,

which we receive from your bounty,

through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.



Evangelical Lutheran Worship 2006
Prayer after Communion for Lent
Compassionate God,

you have fed us with the bread of heaven.

Sustain us in our Lenten pilgrimage;

may our fasting be hunger for justice;

our alms, a making of peace;

and our prayer, the song of grateful hearts;



through Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Lord. Amen.

Evangelical Lutheran Worship 2006, alt.


Share with your friends:


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2019
send message

    Main page