Books, Online Books and Other Resouces

The New Ancient Collects: Completely Revised and Refreshed for Modern Usage.

The New Ancient Collects : Completely Revised and Refreshed for Modern Usage. by [Stratman, Paul]For over 150 years, Bright’s Ancient Collects has been a standard resource for classic Christian prayers. The New Ancient Collects is a complete revision and refreshing of all the prayers in Bright’s Ancient Collects with updated language. Click here to purchase through Amazon. Available in paperback and for Kindle.

 

 

Prayers from the Evangelical-Lutheran Heritage

Prayers from the Evangelical-Lutheran Heritage by [Stratman, Paul]A collection of prayers from the history of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church from Luther to Loehe. The collection includes prayers by Johannes Bugenhagen, Georg C. Dieffenbach, Veit Dietrich, Matthias Flacius, Wilhelm Loehe, Martin Luther, Philip Melanchthon, Joachim Mynsinger, Johann G. Olearius, Johann Jacob Rambach, and the early agendas and prayer books of the Austrian, Brunswick, Hamburg, Lueneberg, Norwegian, Nuremberg, Pomeranian, Riga, Russian, Saxon, Schleswig-Holstein, and Swedish Evangelical-Lutheran churches. Click here to purchase through Amazon. Available in paperback and for Kindle.

The New Mozarabic Collects: A Revision and Refreshing of ‘Mozarabic Collects’ by Charles R. Hale

The New Mozarabic Collects: A Revision and Refreshing of 'Mozarabic Collects' by Charles R. Hale by [Stratman, Paul]The prayers presented here are all taken from the 1881 book Mozarabic Collects, translated and edited by Charles Hale. The ‘Elizabethan’ or traditional liturgical English used at the time can be a great barrier for the modern reader, both in understanding the meaning of the prayers, and in seeing the beauty of the content. The goal in updating the language is both academic—to show the true content of the prayers for the value of understanding the history of the Mozarabic church—and practical, to make these prayers usable in today’s worship settings. All the prayers from Hale’s work are included along with some short orders of worship for morning and evening prayer. Click here to purchase through Amazon. Available in paperback and for Kindle.

Other Resources

A Book of Common Order: Being, Forms of Prayer, and Administration …  Church of Scotland. Church Service Society, 1896

A Book of Prayers: Together with Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Ancient and Modern, Ed. Ch. Leffinglwell, Morehouse Publishing Company, 1921

Christian Worship: A Lutheran Hymnal, Northwestern Publishing House, Milwaukee, Wisc. U.S.A. © 1993  [Hymnary.org] [Amazon.com]

The Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church, United Lutheran Church in America, 1918

The Lutheran Hymnary, Augsburg Publishing House, 1913, Veit Dietrich Collects available here.

Morning and Evening Prayers for All Days of the Week, by Dr. John Habermann, Wartburg Publishing House, Chicago, 1918

Mozarabic Collects: Translated and Arranged from the Ancient Liturgy of the Spanish Church, Tr. Chas. Hale S. T. D,  New York, James Pott, 1881

Prayers Ancient and Modern, Ed. Mary Wilder Tileston, Little, Brown, Boston, 1914

Prayers of the Early Church, ed. James Manning Potts, Upper Room, 1953

Prayers of the Middle Ages: Light from a Thousand Years, ed. James Manning Potts, Upper Room, 1954

The Sarum Breviary, J. T. Hayes, Brighton (England), 1884

The Sarum Missal, Tr. A. H. Pearson, Wipf and Stock Publishers, Nov 9, 2004

Seed-grains of Prayer: A Manual for Evangelical Christiansby Wilhelm Löhe, Wartburg Press, 1914

The Little Treasure of PrayersColumbus OH, Lutheran Book Concern, 1888

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Lutheran pastor serving St. Stephen's in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

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