A Christ-centered Year

A Christ-centered Year is a set of readings and hymns that present Jesus as the focus of the Christian Year. An opening reading emphasizes that He is the center of our celebrations throughout the year. That reading mentions twelve specific days or seasons. It is followed by individual readings for each of those twelve days or seasons.

Each of the thirteen readings ends in an appropriate hymn from LNWhymns.com.

Use the readings in your services or in handouts or bulletin inserts, or email them to your people. As long you do not charge for this material, you may use it free for your local church ministry. Just make sure to include the copyright line at the bottom of each piece.

The twelve days or seasons included are Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Holy Week, Easter, Ascension Day, Pentecost, Trinity Sunday, Ordinary Time, All Saints Day, and Christ the King Sunday.
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