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Holy Communion Liturgy for All Saints Day, November 1, 2020

Next Sunday, November 1, is All Saints’ Day and Holy Communion in morning worship. Churches celebrate All Saints in a variety of ways. Some celebrate the memories of people who have died in the congregation for the past year or … Continue reading

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All Saints Day hymn with new lyrics

Many thanks to Mark Rideout who does such a wonderful job with new hymn lyrics for this offering for All Saints Day. I See a Song of the Saints of God Tune: Grand Isle, Irregular, John H. Hopkins Words: Mark … Continue reading

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For All the Saints — New Words for Memorial Day and similar occasions

Todd Jenkins offers words suggested by the familiar song for a poem on Memorial Day, all Saints Day, or the anniversary of a person’s death. Todd blogs here. As we once again enter the room called remember, the edge of … Continue reading

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Liturgy for All Saints Day

All Saints Day — Some communities of faith celebrate it on November 1 while others do so the Sunday  predecing or following that more traditional day. I’m sharing here some liturgical writing from the Luke For Sharing project. Barbara Van … Continue reading

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All Saints and All Souls — 2

A prayer written by Alan Andrew Niven of Australia to remember the life of Sir Douglas Nicholls (born 1906) a Churches of Christ minister and Aboriginal activist touches us deeply and perhaps suggests to us how we can remember others. … Continue reading

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All Saints and All Souls — 1

As we turn our thoughts to All Saints and All Souls Day, I share a funeral blessing which may be used for anyone. It was written by Beverley Osborne of Aotearoa (New Zealand) that will be in included in the … Continue reading

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