Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers Paperback

with Guidance on Celebrating the Eucharist with Children

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Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers

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The increased participation of children in celebrations of the Eucharist and the growing practice of admitting children to communion have been notable features of the life of the Church of England in recent years. These additional Eucharistic prayers for Common Worship are designed for use where significant numbers of children are present, particularly in school worship. This booklet includes the full texts and responses in both prayers, and helpful guidance on celebrating the Eucharist with children, including: * basic principles of bringing liturgy to life for children * understanding the requirements of canon law * creating the space for a Children's Eucharist * planning the service * creating new liturgical texts for children's worship * imaginative ways of using the new prayers * becoming confident in celebrating with children.

Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers was published by Church House in September 2012 and is our 17226th best seller. The ISBN for Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers is 9780715122259.

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Details for Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers

Book FormatPaperback
PublisherChurch House (September 2012)
Number of Pages32
Thickness5 mm
Height250 mm
Width155 mm
Product Code4039818
Page last updated 12th July 2018
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