The Special Days and Seasons of the Christian Year

The Special Days and Seasons of the Christian Year

How They Came About and How They Are Observed by Christians Today

Book - 1998
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In observing the Christian Year, we celebrate the central mystery of our faith: the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Special Days and Seasons of the Christian Year provides families, worship committee members, Christian educators, and clergy with a concise overview of the cycle of the Christian year and a treasury of information that will stimulate new ideas for worship.

This brief, to-the-point information can be adapted to children's sermons, Sunday school programs, or family worship. Adult Sunday school classes will enjoy learning more about the special days and seasons of the Christian year, too!

We have a variety of Program Calendars , Workbooks , andnbsp; Planners that feature the special days of the Christian Year and their corresponding liturgical colors.

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With other Christian churches, The United Methodist Church celebrates the special days of the Christmas season (Advent, Christmas, Epiphany) and the Easter season (Lent, Easter, Pentecost) as well as special Christian days that fall during what is known as Ordinary Time; these include Trinity Sunday, All Saints' Day and Christ the King Sunday.
Publisher: Nashville : Abingdon, [1998]
Copyright Date: �1998
ISBN: 9780687056354
0687056357
Branch Call Number: 263.9 F669
Characteristics: 24 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

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