When Heaven Stands Open by Timothy Matthew Slemmons
Liturgical Elements for Reformed Worship, Year B

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Liturgical Elements for Reformed Worship is a series of four liturgical resources: three consisting of liturgical elements for Years A, B, and C of the Revised Common Lectionary, and a fourth, the first such resource to support the implementation of Year D: A Quadrennial Supplement to the Revised Common Lectionary (Cascade Books). Each volume consists of a Call to Worship, Opening Prayer, Call to Confession, Prayer of Confession, and Declaration of Forgiveness, with Years A-C including additional elements (A Prayer in Preparation for Worship, The Offering, Prayer of Dedication, and a Blessing) suitable for Presbyterian, Reformed, and other Protestant worship. Each of these practical volumes is intended for use by pastors, liturgists, and other planners and leaders of worship.

About Timothy Matthew Slemmons

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TIMOTHY MATTHEW SLEMMONS is the author of a series of worship resources, Liturgical Elements for Reformed Worship (Cascade Books), including When Heaven Stands Open and Greater Attention. In addition to his other writings on worship and preaching, he has published a volume of poems entitled, The Just, Quiet Wind (CreateSpace, 2012). An ordained minister, he teaches worship and preaching at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. DANIELLE BAUDOUIN started drawing during her childhood in France. She went on to study with an artist in her teenage years, and pursued a degree in Fine Arts at the "Ecole des Beaux arts" in Toulouse. Danielle is endlessly inspired by beauty, and the depth of consciousness that is at the core of all manifestation. She attempts to create work that responds to life's inherent positivity, the joy of being alive, the wonder of creation.
Published February 28, 2013 by Cascade Books, an Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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