The Holy Eucharist

The Presentation of the Offerings

When the offerings are presented at the altar, either 'A ' or 'B'
shall be said:


Through your goodness, Lord, we have this bread and wine to
offer, the fruit of the earth and the work of human hands. They will
become our spiritual food.
All things come from you, O Lord, and of your own do we give
you. Blessed be God for ever. Amen.


Father, we offer you these gifts which you have given us: this
bread, this wine, this money. With them we offer ourselves,
our lives, and our work, to become through your Holy Spirit
a reasonable, holy, and lively sacrifice. As this bread and wine
become the Body and Blood of Christ, so may we and all your
people become channels of your love; through the same Christ
our Lord. Amen.


The Eucharistic Prayer

The President shall indicate which form of the Eucharistic
Prayer, including Proper Prefaces, shall be used.

PRESIDENT: The Lord be with you
ALL: And also with you

PRESIDENT: Lift up your hearts.
ALL: We lift them up to the Lord.

President: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
ALL: It is right to give God thanks and praise.

It is right, and a good and joyful thing, always and everywhere to
give you thanks, Father almighty, everlasting God:

The Proper Preface follows:

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