Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary Paperback

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Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary

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Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary is an ideal resource for worship leaders and planners. Materials related to the full three-year cycle of the Revised Common Lectionary are included in this one resource, making it an excellent addition to an existing library of lectionary resources. Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary supplies one invocation and one benediction for each Sunday of years A, B, and C of the lectionary. In addition, worship material for 14 special occasions and seasonal celebrations is included. A scripture index provides assistance with locating invocations and benedictions related to specific biblical passages.

Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary by John Drescher was published by Abingdon Press in July 1998 and is our 36364th best seller. The ISBN for Invocations and Benedictions for the Revised Common Lectionary is 9780687046294.

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Page last updated 9th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherAbingdon Press (July 1998)
EditorJohn M. Drescher
Weight236g
Number of Pages180
Thickness10 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780687046294
ISBN-100687046297
Product Code35055
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