A Gospel Treasury: Poems Based on Lectionary Gospels, Cycle B
Would you like to add something new, something fresh, to your lectionary worship experience? If you answered "Yes!" you will love this new collection by Andrew Daughters for Cycle B.
Use these inspirational poems in your church's worship service as corporate readings, pastoral prayers, opportunities for lay involvement, or as private meditations. Or duplicate them for insertion in your parish newsletter or bulletin. However you choose to use them, this special collection will add vitality and meaning to your worship experience all year long.
This book is part of a three-part set, which follows the Lectionary cycles A, B and C.
Andrew Daughters is a former pastor of Saint Alban's Episcopal church in Brentwood, a small town in California. He has served in congregations small and large in California, Nevada, and Washington. Three times the small parishes he has pastored have grown to be self-supporting strong parishes. He still is partial to the small church. He and his wife live in a home they built in the California Delta.
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