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Eucharistic Prayers

Eucharistic Prayer 1 from Celebrating Eucharist
This prayer is a new composition which was written to provide some complementary images.

Eucharistic Prayer 2 from Celebrating Eucharist
Eucharistic Prayers are often criticised for their repetitiveness. This prayer was written, in part, as an attempt to avoid this.

Eucharistic Prayer 3 from Celebrating Eucharist
This prayer is modeled on one found in the Apostolic Tradition of Hippolytus (early third century). This ancient eucharistic prayer is used widely as a basis for many modern eucharistic prayers in different denominations.

Eucharistic Prayer 4 from Celebrating Eucharist
This prayer is based on an ecumenical prayer with its source in the liturgy of St. Basil.

Eucharistic Prayer 1 from Enriching our Worship

Eucharistic Prayer 2 from Enriching our Worship
Has a strong focus on creation

Eucharistic Prayer 3 from Enriching our Worship
Also has a strong focus on creation

Alternative Great Thanksgiving A
alternative to Thanksgiving of the People of God

Alternative Great Thanksgiving B
alternative to Celebrating the Grace of God

Alternative Great Thanksgiving C
alternative to Thanksgiving for Creation and Redemption

Alternative Great Thanksgiving D
alternative to Thanksgiving and Praise

Alternative Great Thanksgiving E
alternative to Form for Ordering the Eucharist

Alternative Great Thanksgiving F
alternative to Service of Holy Communion

Alternative Great Thanksgiving for use with Children A

Alternative Great Thanksgiving for use with Children B

Other Resources

A hymn for Shrove Tuesday
A hymn for the feast of Mary Magdalene
A Gloria by Joy Cowley
An inclusive language Benedictus
An inclusive language Magnificat
Penitence

Jesus the party person
a model for lessons for young people and the Eucharist

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