Family Communion Liturgy

Yesterday at Church of the Servant, we held “family communion,” in which the younger children join the congregation at the table. I wrote musical settings for 5 sections of the service. The goal was to write something simple that could be easily learned by the COS children, who will only take part in communion every two months. Another goal was to train the children for future involvement in worship, so I used the traditional Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation, and Amen texts. You can read the liturgy and download the music at the COS Worship blog, or listen to an MP3 of the gathering or communion sections of yesterday’s service.

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One Response to Family Communion Liturgy

  1. jonathan says:

    Nice job! I enjoyed the new musical settings.

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