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Creative prayer ideas

Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer

Geoff Hudd, a friend of the Sanctuary, approached us in the Autumn of 2011 to see if we could answer a question. Did

we know of any liturgy that anyone had written to perform a similar purpose to the advent ring, but for Lent? He was

hoping to find something short, and linked to visual symbols, which could be used at the start of each Lenten

service... we agreed to work on something as we didn’t know of anything in existence.

But meanwhile, Geoff managed to find an old sheet with some ideas for symbols, attributed to Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, and then expanded these with song suggestions and prayers himself. We liked the result so much that we asked if we could build on what Revd. Heafford and Geoff had created so far by introducing a couple more dates and some related intercessions for each slot. What follows is exactly that – true team work!

Instructions  Each service from Ash Wednesday until Easter place a large wooden cross at the front of the church. To it at the beginning of worship take symbols of Christ’s coming, Passion, death, and Resurrection which act as both visual

installations, and prompts for liturgy if desired. The items needed for each service are as follows:

o Ash Wednesday – a trumpet o 1st Sunday of Lent – a bag containing 10 pieces of silver o 2nd Sunday of Lent – a basin and towel o 3rd Sunday of Lent – a cup o 4th Sunday of Lent – a whip o 5th Sunday of Lent – a crown of thorns or similar o Palm Sunday – two branches (e.g. Lleylandi) o Maundy Thursday – a large black cloth to drape over the cross o Good Friday – three nails o Easter Sunday – Flowers with which the congregation can decorate the cross, and the other symbols previously used, to lay at its foot.

 When each symbol is placed on or by the cross, a short prayer is available (usually to be said by the service leader), and then there are song suggestions for a congregational response.

 Intercessions linked to the relevant symbol, and images inspired by them that can be projected during prayer, are also provided.

Feel free to use as few, or as many, of the dates listed, and also some, or all, of the elements provided in your service, or to adapt the symbols, prayers, and intercessions into prayer stations to use at a single event during Holy Week.

The images are available in both PowerPoint and pdf format, at www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet-seasonal.html A related activity for individuals and families to do at home, using some of the same symbols in a creative way, is also available at www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet-seasonal.html Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer

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Intercessions Display image 1 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Song sugg. (seated) Isaac Watts, When I survey the wondrous Cross, H&P 180 v 5 Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer

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Intercessions Display image 2 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Intercessions Display image 3 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer

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Intercessions Display image 4 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer Intercessions Display image 5 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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The Crown of thorns is brought forward and hung on the cross, towards its top.

Prayer Lord Jesus, we hate being humiliated, yet it is as nothing compared with yours on that first Good Friday. Enable all your people to withstand humiliation, but especially if it is for your sake, we pray.

Song sugg. (seated) Isaac Watts, When I survey the wondrous cross, H&P 180 v 3

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Intercessions Display image 6 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Palm Sunday Reading (all stand) Matthew 21: 6-11 2 Branches (e.g. Leylandi) are brought forward being waved, and placed at the foot of the cross.

Prayer (standing) Lord Jesus, the crowds shouted their hosannas; we, too, praise you because you are our king. Help us to persuade others to also acknowledge you as king.

Song sugg. (standing) Graham Kendrick, Make Way, Make Way, S of F 264 v 1 + chorus

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Intercessions Display image 7 and lead the congregation through each theme, inviting different individuals to

pray aloud for:

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Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer Maundy Thursday Reading John 16:19-28 and 17:20b-26 A black cloth is draped over part of the cross.

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Intercessions Display image 8 and either invite someone to prepare and lead intercessions, or organise the

congregation into small groups to pray together, for:

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Or Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer (seated) Vicky Beeching, The wonder of the cross available at www.kingsway.co.uk, v1 and chorus

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Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011 Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA and Geoffrey M Hudd, 2012 www.thesanctuarycentre.org/whereworldandworshipmeet Creative prayer ideas Journeying through Lent with symbols and prayer

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Based on an original believed to be by Revd. F. Barrie Heafford BA, edited by Geoffrey M Hudd and further adapted by the Sanctuary. © 2011



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