20
Sep
11

Common Worship Eucharist – an Introduction

Jim is running a four-week course, introducing the pattern of worship used on Sunday mornings.  The course is in two parts –

PART 1 (covering the sessions on Thursday 29th September and Thursday 6th October) –

• Why is the pattern of worship that we follow on a Sunday morning the way that it is?
• Why do some things change from week to week and way do some things stay the same?
• Who decides?
This part of the course will include a brief history of worship in the Church of England, a look at the ‘shape’ and main elements of the service and the different roles of the President, leader, congregation, etc.
If you have any specific questions, write them down and bring them the first week – every effort will be made to answer them at some point during the course!

PART 2 (covering the sessions on Thursdays 20th and 27th October) –
This part will look at some of the practicalities of preparing a service, the materials available in Common Worship and the options to be considered.
There will be an opportunity to share experience and ideas about best practice.
This part will be especially of interest to anyone involved in, or who would like to be involved in preparing or leading worship, including deacons/worship leaders, musicians, intercessors, readers, servers, etc., however anyone who has attended part 1 will be welcome.

All sessions are 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Saint Paul’s Church, Pendeford.  There is no cost, but donations will be accepted for refreshments and materials.  For more information, speak to Jim!

 

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