Good Friday Tenebrae, April 14, 2017

This service is not my own, but it is the one that, quite literally, I inherited from my mother.  Who knows where it was before that.  I am copying here from a 2004 bulletin, but this could be any year since.  The changes come with what music is used in between be it sung by a choir or hymns.  Note: make sure that there is enough light left by the end to be able to see the hymns as needed and especially to keep reading the scriptures.  That was an awkward year yup.

Each of the readings can be read by one voice, or as a good alternative is to have a very simple readers’ theater where the evangelist, Judas, Disciples etc. each are spoken by different voices.

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Fourth Sunday in Lent A, March 26, 2017

Almost nothing about my spring break has gone as planned, and I apologize that this liturgy is so late.  Probably only I will be able to use it tomorrow.  But I know that I really won’t have time to work on liturgies until the end of the semester, so here are a bunch all at once.  Grace and Peace, K

One: “Sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.”
All: We come out of the darkness of night and sin, into the light of Christ.
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