Lectionary Worship Wookbook
Series IV, Cycle B
Charles Cammarata and Donna Cammarata

Price: $47.95

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ISBN: 0788023721
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: 314

Like a prayer for illumination, these litanies open heart and mind to the wonder of the season. There is no way to listen "politely" to them -- they are poignant and designed to engage those who pray. Images of faith challenge the reader and require a faithful response. Here is the heart of worship -- a place where God touches the faithful.

Keith Sundberg

Associate Pastor, Wayside Presbyterian Church

Erie, Pennsylvania

With this comprehensive library of creative liturgical material, your Sunday services will transform worshipers from mere spectators into active participants in each week's liturgy. The prayers and conversation-like responsive litanies in this diverse collection are guaranteed to breathe new life into the lectionary texts and truly make a difference in the hearts and lives of the people in your pews. For every Sunday and other major occasion throughout the church year, there are numerous calls to worship, prayers of confession, assurances of pardon, prayers of dedication, pastoral prayers, and benedictions -- all specifically tailored to the day's readings -- that penetrate straight to the heart of the scripture and discern Christ's message for our everyday lives. Each chapter also includes a helpful list of recommended hymns and praise songs that reinforce the main themes and ideas expressed in the prayers. This innovative workbook is a rich source of thought-provoking material that can be used as written or easily adapted to fit your individual circumstances -- you'll use it again and again to keep your worship services fresh, passionate, and stimulating.

Chuck Cammarata has a unique ability to bring relevance to churches that honor liturgical traditions. He offers a marriage between scripture and contemporary culture.

David S. Oyler

General Presbyter, Presbytery of Lake Erie

Presbyterian Church (USA)

The work of the Cammaratas is stirring and relevant for worship in the 21st century. This excellent liturgical resource speaks to the heart of the people, their worship, and their faith.

Harry H. Johns III

Senior Pastor, Elmwood Avenue Presbyterian Church

Erie, Pennsylvania

Charles Cammarata is the pastor of Fairview Presbyterian Church in Fairview, Pennsylvania. He is the author of Lighting The Flame, and he has been a regular contributor to the online lectionary resource The Immediate Word (www.csspub.com). Cammarata is a graduate of Duquesne University and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

Donna Cammarata is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University. Among her passions are worship and prayer, and her spiritual maturity pervades her service to the church, which includes youth, Sunday school, and small group ministries.