According to the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer, the 1940 Hymnal, and the St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter Opening Hymn: #289 “O God Our Help in Ages Past” verses 1-3 Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 147 (Pages 522, BCP; Pages 212, Psalter)…

According to the American 1928 edition of the Book of Common Prayer, the 1940 Hymnal, and the St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter Opening Hymn: #151 “Awake, my Soul” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 33 (Page 378, BCP; Page 39, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Job…

Opening Hymn: #301 “Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 16 (Page 357, BCP; Page 15, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Isaiah 57:13b-19 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: Romans 6:3-11 (Page 197, BCP) 2nd…

Opening Hymn: #151 “Awake, my Soul” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 145 (Page 520, BCP; Page 209, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Jeremiah 31:1-14 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: 1 Peter 5:5-11 (Page 192, BCP) 2nd Canticle:…

Opening Hymn: #101 “O Jesus Crowned with all Renown” Venite w/Easter Antiphon at the beginning (pp8-9 in the BCP; p325 in St. Dunstan’s) Psalm: 67 (pp418-419 in the BCP; pp85-86 in St. Dunsan’s) OT Lesson: OT Lesson: Ezekiel 34:25-end 1st Canticle: Te Deum (pp10-11 in the BCP; pp351-352 in St. Dunstan’s) NT Lesson: NT Lesson:…

Opening Hymn: #288 “O Worship the King” Holy Communion (through the Creed): pp. 67-71 Collect: 4th Sunday After Easter pg. 174 Epistle: James 1:17 pg. 174  Gospel: John 16:5 pg. 175 A Bidding Prayer: pp. 47-48 Concluding Collects: pp. 49-50 The Blessing: pg. 84 Closing Hymn: #117 “Sing of Mary”

Texts: 1 Peter 2:11-17, 1 Samuel 2:1a-10 For anyone who is familiar with the Book of Common Prayer, the idea that we have two different lectionaries is well known. Regardless of whether you use one of the classical texts, like our 1928 American edition or one of the newer texts, like the 2019 ACNA or…

Opening Hymn: 345 “The King of Love my Shepherd Is” Venite w/ Easter Antiphon: pp. 8-9 in  BCP (p 325 in St. Dunstan’s) Psalm 23: p. 368 in BCP (pp. 27-28 in St. Dunstan’s) OT Lesson: Isaiah 40:1-11 1st Canticle: Te Deum: pp. 10-11 in BCP (pp. 351-352 in St. Dunstan’s) NT Lesson/Gospel Proper John…

Today is Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week, and an unusual Palm Sunday it is! This is certainly the first time I’ve celebrated Palm Sunday without the traditional procession of the palms. This is the first Palm Sunday most of the congregation has watched virtually. This will be my first Holy Week in years…

Today is the fourth Sunday in Lent, often called Laetare Sunday, from the Latin word for “Rejoice,” which comes from today’s traditional Introit, which consists of texts we read as our Old Testament Lesson from Isaiah 66 and from the Psalm we recited today, number 122: Rejoice ye with Jerusalem: and be ye glad for…

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