Once again, I refer you to my 2019 Ash Wednesday post, and you are most welcome to all of its content. I'd love to hear from you with your suggestions, either through comments here or in an email to me. Feel free to share your original materials, or other resources (including links to pages) which … Continue reading Ash Wednesday A/B/C
Ash Wednesday Mar. 6 This service, which in the wider tradition is a non-eucharistic service, includes Table service materials for use where desired. A suggested framework for a complete service is at the bottom of this page. This ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in West Virginia is supported by your … Continue reading Ash Wednesday ABC
Ash Wednesday Feb. 14 This ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in West Virginia is supported by your gifts to Disciples Mission Fund. Support Our Work … read how you can help keep lifeinliturgy.org available for use without subscription charges. Scripture (from the Revised Common Lectionary, with links provided by TextWeek.com … Continue reading Ash Wednesday – 2018
Ash Wednesday A March 1 A SUGGESTED ORDER FOR THE SERVICE IS AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS ENTRY This ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in West Virginia is supported by your gifts to Disciples Mission Fund. Scripture (from the Revised Common Lectionary, with links provided by TextWeek.com – a source … Continue reading Ash Wednesday 2017
Earlier post from 2012 here provides some groundwork for the liturgy of Ash Wednesday. The following is the 2015 Hymn of the Day from Rev. William Flewelling. On 2 Corinthians 5:20b – 6:10 Be reconciled in truth with God by every means that comes to hand. We do it all in Christ alone: not knowing sin, … Continue reading Ash Wednesday
The 2012 posting: https://lifeinliturgy.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/ash-wednesday-feb-13/ will offer several links to resources for the day. Please comment with others you have found valuable.
It comes a little late, but Thomas Turner has posted a few liturgies for Good Friday that might be worth a look. We'll have them archived and ready for next Triduum. Visit his blog.