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kencollins.com/worship/pray-32.htm

The Service of Communion (The Eucharist) Now I’m going to show you a Communion liturgy. The footnotes indicate which Scripture is being obeyed, quoted, or alluded to. Click on the footnote number to see the footnotes. The member of the clergy who leads Communion is called the ‘celebrant,’ because they are celebrating the resurrection.

www.weareantioch.com/holy-communion-order-of-worship.html

A Service of Holy Communion. The Lord Jesus instituted the Holy Communion the night before his death on the cross. The bread which he broke, had to become a reminder to His children that his body had been broken for them before and on the cross. The wine had to remind them of his blood which was shed for them by the crown of thorns, the ...

www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/contemporary-service-of-holy-communion

Contemporary Service of Holy Communion. Note: This ritual presupposes that the Service of the Word (Entrance, Proclamation and Response, and Prayers) have preceded the Invitation to the Lord's Table. Invitation to the Lord's Table. Come to the Lord's Table, all you who love him.

www.presbyterian.org.nz/for-ministers/worship-resources/special-services/...

Order D: A communion service prepared for some NZ elders by the Rev Donald Glenny. Order E: One of the communion services used by elders in the Dannevirke parish. Order F: A brief communion order - a service prepared for a bedside, hospital or rest home setting, by the Rev Donald Glenny. The next chapter lists other resources.

kencollins.com/worship/pray-31.htm

The Service of Communion My purpose here is to explain the basic structure of Christian worship, and I think the best way to do it is to posit a Generic Christian church—something on the order of an Orthodox Catholic Anglican Protestant church—that is ecumenically broad enough to be in Communion with all contemporary mainline church organizations, yet historically deep enough to be true to ...

laudemont.org/owhc.pdf

An Order of Worship for Holy Communion * Indicates the congregation standing. This service reflects the custom in which the congregation receives the Communion elements while seated, and then all partake simultaneously, using the trays with individual Communion cups. Where other customs prevail, the service may be modified accordingly. Prelude

www.thisischurch.com/prayer_worship/liturgy/holycommunionhomeorsick.htm

Order of Service for Holy Communion For use at home or hospital . The peace of the Lord be always with you And also with you Almighty God, to whom all hearts are open, all desires known, and from whom no secrets are hidden: cleanse the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of your Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love you, and worthily magnify your holy name; through Christ our Lord. Amen.

www.churchofengland.org/.../common-worship/holy-communion

¶ Eucharistic Prayers for use in Order One ↑ ... bread and wine which is not required for purposes of communion is consumed at the end of the distribution or after the service. Prayer after Communion. Silence is kept. The Post Communion, or this or another suitable prayer is said.

www.baptistboard.com/threads/details-on-conducting-lords-supper.39390

We always try to bulid the service around the Lord's Supper. We have done a whole meal with the Lord's Supper at the end. The most meaningful communion service for me was on a fire bas in Viet Nam when a bunch of us got together. Had no bread or grape juice, so we tore off pieces of a box and drank water.

www.umcdiscipleship.org/.../an-order-of-sunday-worship-using-the-basic-pattern

AN ORDER OF SUNDAY WORSHIP. USING THE BASIC PATTERN. While the freedom and diversity of United Methodist worship are greater than can be represented by any single order of worship, United Methodists also affirm a heritage of order and the importance of the specific guidance and modeling that an order of worship provides.