The Canterbury Preacher's Companion 2017 Paperback
Complete Sermons for Sundays, Festivals and Special Occasions
by Michael, Counsell;
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Cover the upcoming year of sermons, including Sundays and Holy Days, and hymn suggestions, in this 2017 Companion.
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The Canterbury Preacher's Companion 2017
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For each Sunday of the year there are two sermons based on the Principal and Second Service lectionaries, plus a section of sermons for special occasions - Mothering Sunday, Harvest, baptism, marriage, funerals - and for all major saints' days. In addition, it offers at-a-glance summaries of the Bible readings, seasonal introductions, a full colour liturgical calendar and hymns suggestions throughout the year.
The sermons are complete and ready to use, or can be used as a base for local adaptation. A boon for hard-pressed clergy and preachers everywhere.
As well as two new sermons for every Sunday and Holy Day, there are extra features such as hymn suggestions and a liturgical calendar to help you plan out the year.
The Canterbury Preacher's Companion 2017 by Michael, Counsell was published by Canterbury Press Norwich in May 2016 and is our 13730th best seller. The ISBN for The Canterbury Preacher's Companion 2017 is 9781848258518.
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Details for The Canterbury Preacher's Companion 2017
|Author / Artist||Michael, Counsell|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press Norwich (May 2016)|
|Number of Pages||348|
|Page last updated||22nd November 2016|