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Resources for Advent 1

Advent Wreath 1

Let us pray (in silence) [that we long for the advent of Christ]

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Almighty God, [or God of hope or God of justice and peace]
give us grace to cast away the works of darkness,
and to put on the armour of light,
now in the time of this mortal life,
in the which your Son Jesus Christ came to us in great humility;
so that on the last day when he shall come again in his glorious majesty
to judge the living and the dead,
we may rise to the life immortal,
through him who lives and reigns with you
and the Holy Spirit now and for ever.
Amen.

This is my rendering of a historic collect for Book of Prayers in Common.

Here is the commentary for that collect: Advent collect – reflection from the collect/opening prayer

This coming Sunday, I was ordained a priest 25 years ago. I will be presiding and preaching at St Michael and All Angels at the 10am Eucharist [Solemn Mass]. You are, of course, very welcome. Otherwise, please pray for my ongoing ministry – as I do for you. (facebook event)

Original, Southern Hemisphere Advent collects
An outline example and resources for an Advent Eucharist
Advent in the Southern Hemisphere

Advent wreath blessing
Southern Cross Advent Wreath blessing

Advent penitence

O Antiphons chants

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