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First season of the Church year.
Advent
Starts with an A
2

The season for remembering Jesus's birth.
Christmastime
Silent Night, Holy Night.
3

Season after Christmas for remembering that Jesus came to be the savior of the whole world
Epiphany
Season of the Wise men's Star
4

The season after epiphany remembering the 40 days Jesus spent in the desert and ending with Holy Week.
Lent
5

The greatest day of the Church Calendar celebrating Jesus's resurrection.
Easter
We can say Alleluia again.
6

A fiery day when the Holy spirit came upon the disciples.
Pentecost
The color of this season is Read!
Another word for "universal"
catholic
A prayer that tells us something about God, or about what he has done, asks for something, and ends with praise to God.
Collect
What we do when we go into the church in a line following the cross.
Process
What we do when we leave the church ina line following the cross.
Recess
Another word for communion.
Eucharist
The work of the people, and a word for what we do, over all, at a church service.
Liturgy
1

Opening Prayers of the Sunday Service in ordinary times.
Blessed be God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
People And blessed be his kingdom, now and for ever.
Amen.
2

Song of Praise fairly early in the service.
Gloria; Kyrie, or Trisagion.
3
This Prayer,following the song of praise,is written to go along with both the season of the church year and the readings for the day. It summarizes the attributes of God as revealed in the scripture for the day.
Collect of the Day
4

A Lay reader reads these from the Bible.
Old and New testament readings.
5

We say read these together, or alternately by verse or half verse inbetween the old and new testament readings.
The Psalm
6

We stand for this reading.
The Gospel.
Written by Matthew, Mark, Luke or John.
7

When Father Barton, Rev. Penner, or Mr. Callaham talk to us.
Sermon; comment on readings.
8

Our statement of our faith.
The Nicene Creed.
9

A prayer reader comes up to the alter and asks us to kneel. We pray for many things.
The Prayers of the People
10

What we pray for in the prayers of the people.
1) for the entire church; 2) for our nations leaders; 3) for the welfare of the world; 4) for members of our local community; 5) for the suffering; and, 6) for the departed.
This is a long list!
11

We ask God’s forgiveness for things done and things left undone.
Confession of sin
12

We get to stretch our legs, and wish each other well.
The Peace.
The phrase we say is: "May the Peace of the Lord be with you."
13

The central part of the service.
Holy Communion.
14

THE PART WHEN WE GET TO SING!
Offertory
15

After the offertory plates are taken to the altar Holy communion starts with this:
Celebrant: The Lord be with you.
People: And Also with you
The Great Thanksgiving
16

We get to sing again!
Holy, Holy, Holy!
17

The most serious part of the service when we need to be quiet and respectful
The offering of the bread and wine, and the breaking of the bread.
18

One of the oldest prayers we know. We say it right before communion.
The Our Father
In choir we hold hands during this prayer.
19

Right after the Our Father when the priest holds up the host.
Breaking of the Bread.
20

Response to: "[Alleluia] Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us."
"Therefore let us keep the feast. [Alleluia}
21

What the priest says when he or she offers us communion.
The Gifts of God for the People of Gode.
22

When we receive the bread and wine, the body and blood of Christ.
Communion
23

What we do after we received communion.
Sing the communion hymn!
24

The last thing we do after communion and before announcements and the recession.
Closing Prayer: Eternal God, Heavenly Father, you have graciously addepted us, etc.