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or the Communion. ( A Hymn of Invocation of the Holy Ghost may be sung.
The Congregation shall rise, and the Minister, standing at the Altar, shall say: In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. | The Congregation shall sing or say:
ve Then shall be said the Confession of Sins, as hero followeth:
THE CONFESSION OF SINS. Beloved in the Lord! Let us draw near with a true heart, and confess our sing unto God our Father, beseeching Him, in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to grant us forgiveness.
[ Then, all kneeling or standing, shall be sung or said:
Our help is in the Name of the Lord.
I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the Lord. I Congregation.
Then shall the Minister say:
Almighty God, our Maker and Redeemer, we poor sinners confess unto Thee, that we are by nature sinful and unclean, and that we have sinned against Thee by thought, word and deed. Wherefore we flee for refuge to Thine infinite mercy, seeking and imploring Thy grace, for the sake of our Lord Jesus Christ. | The Congregation shall suy with the Minister :
O most merciful God, who hast given Thine Only-begotten Son to die for us, have mercy upon us, and for His sake grant us remission of all our sins: and by Thy Holy Spirit increase in us true knowledge of Thee, and of Thy will, and true obedience to Thy word, to the end that by Thy grace we may come to everlasting life, through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.
1 Then the Minister, standing, shall say:
Almighty God, our heavenly Father, hath had mercy upon us, and hath given His Only Son to die for us, and for His sake forgiveth us all our sins. To them that believe on His name, He giveth power to become the sons of God, and hath promised them His Holy Spirit. He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved.
Grant this, Lord, unto us all. | Then shall the Congregation sing or say:
Then, all standing to the close of the Collect, shall be sung or said the Introit for the day.
THE INTROIT. | The Introit with the Gloria Patri may be sung by the Choir; or the Introit may be said by the Minister, and the Gloria Patri sung or said by the Congregation. | Instead of the Introit a Psalm or Hymn may be used.
be to the Fa-ther, and to the Son, and to the Ho-ly Ghost!
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev-er shall be: world without end, A-m
Then shall follow the
KYRIE | The Kyrie may be sung or said by the Minister and Congregation, or each petition may be said by the Minister and sung or said by the Congregation in response.
Then shall be sung the Gloria in Eccelsis as here followeth. Instead of the Gloria in Ercelsis, another Canticle or Hymn of Praise may be sung, except on Festival days, and when there is a Communion,
GLORIA IN EXCELSIS.
And on earth..
....... peace, good will toward We glorify Thee, we give thanks to Thee for | Thy great
Al - the Father.
God the ......
Fa - ther
| Then shall the Minister read the Epistle for the Day. Other Scripture Lessons may be read before the Epistle, but the Epistle and Gospel for the Day shall always be read. The Minister shall announce the Epistle, saying:
The Epistle for (here he shall name the Day) is written in the Chapter of - , beginning at the Verse.
THE EPISTLE FOR THE DAY.
? The Epistle ended, the Minister shall say: Here endeth the Epistle.
Then shall the Hallelujah be sung or said, except in the Passion season.
| Then shall the Minister announce the Gospel for the Day, saying: The Holy Gospel is written in the Chapter of St.-Verse,
beginning at the
| The Congregation may sing or say: