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Psalm Prayers

Psalm Prayers
A Companion for Worship and Devotion
 
Our Price: £12.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781786222374
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Publisher: Canterbury Press
Author: Stephen Cherry
Format: Paperback
 
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Psalm Prayers is a devotional companion to the Psalms and a practical resource for creating prayers for public worship.

It is particularly helpful for those who lead services of Evensong from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, where the reading of the psalms and extemporary prayer are integral parts of the service.

Stephen Cherry introduces each of the 150 Psalms and lays out its central theme before offering a prayer in response.

Crafted with care in a traditional style that complements the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, these prayers are nevertheless fresh and immediate, vividly reflecting the concerns and pressures of today's world.

These prayers have been developed and used over many years' experience in parish and cathedral ministry, and latterly in King's College, Cambridge, and are suitable for both choral evensong in cathedrals and college chapels or simple, spoken services in local churches.


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