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Using Common Worship: Times and Seasons Part 2

Lent to Embertide

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ISBN-13: 9780715121276
Published: 01/09/2008
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This invaluable guide helps everyone who plans worship to appreciate the rich possibilities and spiritual depth provided in Common Worship: Times and Seasons. It includes an introduction looking into the meaning of Passover, succinct background information for each part of the season, clear explanations for all the liturgical material in Times and Seasons, and practical tips and illuminating case studies.

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David Kennedy

Canon David Kennedy is Vice-Dean and Precentor of Durham Cathedral. He read Theology at St John’s College, Durham, trained for the ministry at St John’s College, Nottingham, and after curacies in Spennymoor and Kirk Merrington taught Liturgy and Spirituality for 9 years at The Queen's College, Birmingham. He returned to the North East in 1996 as Rector of Haughton-le-Skerne in Darlington and was appointed to the Cathedral as a Residentiary Canon in 2001. He is a member of the Church of England Liturgical Commission, Chair of PRAXIS and Chair of Durham Diocesan Liturgical Committee. He also undertakes teaching in the Department of Theology and Religion, Cranmer Hall & the Wesley Studies Centre and the Durham Reader Training Course.

Jeremy Haselock

Reverend Canon Jeremy Haselock became a priest in 1984 and has been the Precentor of Norwich Cathedral since 1998.

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