The Season after Pentecost
sometimes called "Ordinary Time"
Twitter has all kinds of implications for Anglican liturgies. At least those that permit mobile phones.
Put a laptop on the deacon's prie-dieu and they can educate catechumens about the liturgy. It's not like they're really doing much else.
At the gospel procession, for instance:
We seek God in both word and sacrament. This gospel procession honors Christ himself, present in these words. "Glory to you, Lord Christ!"
Yes, I suppose the deacon would have to send that before heading out to read the gospel.
@AnglicanPreacher are you almost finished?
@RestlessLayperson are you almost asleep?
Congregation not in compliance? Send a friendly reminder to the flock.
¶The people *will* kneel, gosh darn it!
Hang a left on Main Street. Watch out for the donkey's most recent "offering."
The organist can offer even more input and friendly advice about the liturgy.
Happy Easter everyone! The congregational singing of 196 was really sub-par. Let's do better on 199.
He or she can also solicit assistance.
I need a page turner for the Postlude (Dance No. 4 by Philip Glass). Anyone game?
Announcements can be set to tweet automatically right after church. Obviously you don't want to distract people during the liturgy.
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