This is the sixth and final volume in the Feasting on the Word
Worship Companion series, which provides liturgical pieces used in
preparing for worship. It offers a multitude of poetic prayers and
responsive readings for all parts of worship for churches that use
the Revised Common Lectionary. In addition, the weekly entries
include questions for reflection and household prayers for morning
and evening that are drawn from the lectionary, allowing churches
to include them in their bulletin for parishioners to use
throughout the week. During times of the year when two different
tracks of Old Testament texts are offered by the Revised Common
Lectionary, this resource offers an entire set of materials for
both tracks. Also, a CD-ROM is included with each volume that
enables planners to easily cut and paste relevant readings,
prayers, and questions into worship bulletins. Liturgy writers
include: Kimberly L. Clayton, Director of Contextual Education,
Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia; Presbyterian
Church (U.S.A.) David Gambrell, Associate for Worship in the Office
of Theology and Worship, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville,
Kentucky; Presbyterian Church(U.S.A.) Daniel M. Geslin, Pastor,
Union Congregational Church of Hancock, Hancock, Maine; United
Church of Christ Kimberly Bracken Long, Associate Professor of
Worship, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia;
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) L. Edward Phillips, Associate
Professor of Worship and Liturgical Theology, Candler School of
Theology, Atlanta, Georgia; United Methodist Church Melinda Quivik,
Liturgical Scholar, Houghton, Michigan; Evangelical Lutheran Church
in America Carol L. Wade, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral,
Lexington, Kentucky; Episcopal Church
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