Lectionary

“Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.” Psalm 55:17 (KJV)

Prepare for Sunday, January 26

Upcoming Sermon:
How to Wait

Preaching Text:
Luke 2:22-35

Additional Readings:
Hebrews 2:14-18, Psalm 84

Season:
Year A, Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

This Week’s Daily Readings:

ACNA Daily Lectionary, Year 1

Day of the Week
Verses
Sunday
Jer 25 † 1-19,26-31, 1 Cor 10, Ps 69:19-37v
Monday
Jer 26, 1 Cor 11, Ps 70, 72
Tuesday
Jer 27, 1 Cor 12, Ps 73
Wednesday
Jer 28, 1 Cor 13, Ps 77
Thursday
Jer 29 † 1-14,24-32, 1 Cor 14:1-19, Ps 79, 82
Friday
Jer 30, 1 Cor 14:20-end, Ps 78:19-40v
Saturday
Jer 31 † 1-17,27-37, 1 Cor 15:1-34, Ps 80

FAQs

The lectionary is a Bible reading plan, laid out in a guide called the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). There are two reading plans that we follow: one which outlines readings for Sundays and other special days (Sunday, Holy Day, and Commemoration Lectionary), and another which sets out readings during the week, to pray both morning and evening (The Daily Lectionary).

Not always. The Book of Common Prayer makes allowances for changes in order to preach a sermon series, which may deviate from that year’s plan.

The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is the Bible arranged for worship. It contains Bible reading plans (lectionaries), guides for worship services, devotionals, and written prayers for every occasion. Every service that you experience at Resurrection, from Sunday morning to Christmas Eve to Good Friday, can be found within.

The latest edition of the BCP, produced by the Anglican Church of North America, can be viewed or purchased below.