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Prayers for all 3 years of the lectionary cycle.

Year A  October 18, 2011
Year B  October 18, 2011
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Prayers for the Lenten Season

by Richard Bansemer — March 07, 2011

Richard Bansemer, former Bishop of the Virginia Synod of the ELCA, and author of the ALPB's devotional books "O Lord, Teach Me to Pray" based on the Small Catechism, and "We Believe" based on the Augsburg Confession, continues his series of prayers forthe church, this time for the season of Lent - Series A. All of the prayers reflect the lessons of the day...

Richard Bansemer, former Bishop of the Virginia Synod of the ELCA, and author of the ALPB's devotional books "O Lord, Teach Me to Pray" based on the Small Catechism, and "We Believe" based on the Augsburg Confession, continues his series of prayers for the church, this time for the season of Lent - Series A. All of the prayers reflect the lessons of the day.

Ash Wednesday Prayers (A)

Lent 1 Prayers (A)

Lent 2 Prayers (A)

Lent 3 Prayers (A)

Lent 4 Prayers (A)

Lent 5 Prayers (A)

Palm Sunday Prayers (A)

Maundy Thursday Prayers (A)

Good Friday Prayers (A)

Every Sunday

Posted by Keith at March 28, 2011 13:09
I use these every Sunday in the congregations I serve... thanks!

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