Prayers for Easter Sunday – All Years (BCP & RCL)

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In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, our hearts overflow with sounds of exultation and victory.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Your right hand, O Lord, is glorious in might;
Your right hand, O Lord, has overthrown the enemy.
Who is like you, O Lord, glorious in holiness, awesome in renown, and worker of wonders?
This is your doing, O God who is our strength and salvation, yours alone,
And it is marvelous in our eyes.
On this day, you have acted;
We will rejoice and be glad in it.

I invite your praises and thanksgivings.

Silence

Hear us Risen Christ,
Our resurrection and our life.

Your word, O Lord, is right,
And all your works are sure.
Your loving-kindness fills the whole earth,
And your word sustains every living thing.
We have heard the record of your saving deeds in history,
How you saved your people in ages past.
Bring us now into the fullness of redemption,
For surely it is God alone who saves us.
We will trust in you and not be afraid,
Saying again and again to the entire world, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
May your deeds be known to the ends of the earth.
And may your name be exalted among all peoples,
For you are worthy of unending praise.

I invite you to pray for the work of the worldwide church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite you to pray for the global Anglican Communion, remembering especially our lay ministers, priests, deacons, and bishops.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.
Teach us to live in a world so torn asunder.
May your kingdom come in the midst of our suffering and pain.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

I invite your prayers for the leaders of the world, remembering especially Barack Obama our president.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

You are the Lord,
Our good above all other.
You are our portion and our cup.
In you our souls delight,
And you have given us a goodly heritage.
We believe that your ways are good.
Incline our ears to your teaching,
And enable us to look to you in hope,
Whatever our circumstances,
Joyfully calling to mind again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence

I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence

I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence

I invite you to consider how you might love well those the Lord brings into your life this week.
Silence

I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Christ,
Our resurrection and our life.

We think of the women at your tomb, Lord Christ, those who first saw you after your glorious resurrection.
We imagine the other disciples as they heard of your victory and saw you with their own eyes.
We remember the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those first believers and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
Thank you Lord for those who have gone before us, those who have died in the faith.
Our hearts are encouraged by their faithful examples and we pray for them now, trusting that they are in your care.

I invite your thanksgivings to God for those who have died in the faith.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
In your compassion forgive us our sins,
Known and unknown,
Things done and left undone;
And so uphold us by your Spirit
That we may live and serve you in newness of life,
To the honor and glory of your Name;
Through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 7th Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

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Readings: 1 Samuel 12:19-24; Psalm 47; Revelation 22:12-20; John 17:20-26

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

You, O Lord Most High, are the great King over all the earth.
You reign over the nations;
You sit upon your holy throne,
And we will sing praises to you, O God our King, with all our skill.
You have done great things for us.
Indeed, you have given us a glorious inheritance:
For Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lamb who was slain,
The one who is coming soon,
The Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.
We praise you, Almighty God,
For you reign forever and ever,
And by your blood you have ransomed people from every tribe and language and people and nation,
We join our voices with the church throughout the world, saying together, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
Give us your perfect unity,
That the world may know that you are a God of love.
And so mark us with this love,
That your glory will be revealed to all people.
Teach us how to fear you and serve you faithfully with all our hearts.
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 6th Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

Download Prayers for Easter 6 – Year C, BCP

Readings: Joel 2:21-27; Psalm 67; Revelation 21:22-22:5; John 14:23-29

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

You, O Lord, judge the peoples with equity.
You cause the earth to be fruitful and increase.
Your ways bring life and saving health to all people.
Come to us, Merciful Lord, and bless us with the light of your countenance.
Let all people praise you.
For God, our own God, has given us his blessing.
Let all nations be glad and sing for joy,
For Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lamb who was slain,
And by your light do all people walk.
We praise you, Almighty God,
For you reign forever and ever,
And by your blood you have ransomed people from every tribe and language and people and nation,
We join our voices with the church throughout the world, saying together, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Almighty God,
Teach us to abide in your love.
Come, Holy Spirit, and bring to our remembrance all that you have said to us.
Strengthen our wills to keep your word.
Give us courage.
Increase our faith.
Grant us your peace.
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 5th Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

Download Prayers for Easter 5 – Year C, BCP

Readings: Leviticus 19:1-2,9-18; Psalm 145:1-9; Revelation 19:1,4-9; John 13:31-35

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

You are great, O Lord, and greatly to be praised.
There is no end to your greatness.
We praise your works from generation to generation,
And we declare your power and your marvelous works.
How great is your goodness, O Lord,
How mighty, your wondrous acts.
You are gracious and full of compassion,
Slow to anger and of great kindness.
We joyfully receive your love and compassion,
For Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lamb who was slain,
And salvation and glory and power belong to you alone.
We praise you, Almighty God,
For you reign forever and ever,
And by your blood you have ransomed people from every tribe and language and people and nation,
We join our voices with the church throughout the world, saying together, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Almighty God,
You are holy,
And you have purposed your people for holiness.
Clothe us in your love,
That we might be marked as your disciples,
And enable us to truly love one another as you have loved us.
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 4th Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

Download Prayers for Easter 4 – Year C, BCP

Readings: Numbers 27:12-23; Psalm 100; Revelation 7:9-17; John 10:22-30

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

You, O Lord, are good.
Your mercy is everlasting;
And your faithfulness endures from age to age.
You, the Lord God Almighty, have made us.
We are a people who belongs to you,
And we will give you thanks and call upon your Name,
For Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lamb who was slain,
The one worthy of blessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honor and power and might forever and ever.
Salvation belongs to you alone,
And by your blood you have ransomed people from every tribe and language and people and nation,
We join our voices with the church throughout the world, saying together, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ, you are the Good Shepherd,
And we listen attentively for your voice.
You know each of us so well,
And are intimately acquainted with all of our ways.
Speak to us that we might follow hard after you.
Direct all our comings and goings with your word,
And give us an awareness of your sure hand of protection on our lives.
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

Download Prayers for Easter 3 – Year C, BCP

Readings: Jeremiah 32:36-41; Psalm 33:1-11; Revelation 5:6-14; John 21:1-14

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Your word, O Lord, is right,
And all your works are sure.
Open our eyes to see your loving-kindness that fills the whole earth.
Stir our hearts to welcome your eternal will,
That we might rejoice in you, O Lord, and sing praises to your Name,
Saying again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lamb who was slain,
The one worthy of power and wealth and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing.
By your blood you have ransomed people from every tribe and language and people and nation
And have made us a kingdom and priests to our God.
We know that you are the Lord,
Even as you are revealed to us in Scripture and the breaking of the bread.
Teach your church to obey your commands in all things,
And grant us fruitfulness as we testify of you throughout the world,
Saying with all people everywhere, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the worldwide church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you have made us an everlasting covenant
And sealed it with the blood of salvation.
Give us one heart and one way,
That we might fear you forever,
For our good and for the good of all generations.
Put holy fear in our hearts
That we might cling to you.
Plant us in your faithfulness,
For we are your people, called by your name,
And marked with your death and resurrection.
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Prayers for the 2nd Sunday of Easter, Year C (BCP)

Download Prayers for Easter 2 – Year C, BCP

Readings: Acts 5:12a, 17-22, 25-29 or Job 4:1-6; Psalm 111 or Psalm 118:19-24; Revelation 1:(1-8) 9-19 or Acts 5:12a, 17-22, 25-29; John 20:19-31

In faith, let us pray to the Lord, saying….

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, our hearts overflow with sounds of exultation and victory.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
This is your doing, O God who is our strength and salvation, yours alone,
And it is marvelous in our eyes.
On this day, you have acted;
We will rejoice and be glad in it.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

Lord Jesus Christ,
You are the Lord of life who triumphs over death and the grave.
You are the exalted one, our Lord and our God.
Come to us in the midst of our fear and uncertainty,
That we might know the wounds you have born for the whole world.
Come, Holy Spirit, and give us courage and faith
That we might testify of the risen Christ throughout the earth,
Saying with all people everywhere, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”

I invite you to pray for the work of the worldwide church, remembering especially people who have not yet heard the good news about Jesus.

Silence

I invite your prayers for Advent Anglican.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, you know the world in which we live.
You dwelt among us and lived the suffering of the human condition.
You took upon yourself the weight of injustice and evil.
You see the entire world in this moment and no instance of pain escapes your attention.

We consider your cross, Jesus, and how hopeless it once appeared,
And we rejoice in your transforming power that brought about victory and new life from such a moment of darkness and despair.
We will say it again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We trust in your everlasting triumph and look to you with hope.

I invite your prayers for those who suffer throughout the world and for those ministering to them in Christ’s name.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

O Lord, though we have not seen you, we love you.
Count us part of those who have not seen and yet have believed!
Whatever our circumstances,
Help us to be people of faith,
People who believe in the living hope of your resurrection,
People who say again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
We offer our lives to you, Lord of all, desiring to surrender every corner of our person to your lordship:

I invite you to cast all your worries and concerns on the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to commit the work of your hands to the Lord.
Silence
I invite you to ask for discernment in all your decisions this week.
Silence
I invite you to offer up any other prayers and intercessions.
Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

How good it is to be part of your church, stretching back to those who first believed and spreading throughout the corners of the world.
We thank you for the millions of our brothers and sisters throughout the ages who together have believed and proclaimed your victory.
We join our voices with theirs to say again and again, “Jesus has triumphed!  Jesus is exalted!”
Our hearts are encouraged by the faithful examples of those who have died in the faith,
And we remember them now, trusting that they are in your care.

Silence

Hear us Risen Lord,
Our resurrection and our life.

We pray to you also for the forgiveness of our sins.

Silence

Leader & People:
Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father;
in your compassion forgive us our sins,
known and unknown,
things done and left undone;
and so uphold us by your Spirit
that we may live and serve you in newness of life,
to the honor and glory of your Name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.