The Lectionary is the listing of Bible readings for each service of worship for each day of the year, including those for the special saints and days included in this Church's Calendar / Te Maramataka.
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2015 Lectionary errata:
Editors have noticed an error in the RCL Eucharistic readings listed in the Lectionary for Sunday 12 April.
The Acts reading is listed as Acts 2.14a,22-32. This is the Year A reading for Easter 2.
The correct reading for this year (Year B) is: Acts 4:32-35.
RCL - Revised Common Lectionary readings, as adopted by the English Language Liturgical Consultation in 1992 and Confirmed by GSTHW 2000 for use in this Church as alternative to the 2 Year and 3 Year cycles of readings in ANZPB-HKMOA 1989.
New Zealand Hymns to fit the Lectionary - from The New Zealand Hymnbook Trust (link below)
April-June 2016 Hymns suggested
July-Sept 2015 Hymns suggested
June-Sept 2014 Hymns suggested
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