Sunday by Sunday
At its core, Sunday by Sunday is a worship planning resource which follows the readings in the Common Worship lectionary, Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) and Roman Lectionary (RL). The readings are presented with a brief summary and a commentary on the Gospel reading to provoke reflection on the theme of the day. When the lectionaries differ, we provide for that too. You can see what Sunday by Sunday looks like here.
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Sunday by Sunday lists suggested music for each Sunday and festival, in accordance with the themes and moods of the readings:
- Singing the Psalm of the day
- Hymns and songs from a wide range of styles and traditions
- Anthems and vocal music, including World Music and music from Iona and Taizé
- Organ music
- Music for all-age worship
For each piece you will find composers, details of sources and publishers, suggestions for liturgical use, and difficulty levels for organ and choral pieces.
We draw on the music and spirituality of a wide range of traditions, making Sunday by Sunday a genuinely ecumenical resources.
To supplement the weekly pages of the planner, each issue includes general worship planning resources (often related to the season), printed music reviews, and training articles for musicians and worship leaders.
Like all our magazines, the full version of Sunday by Sunday is available in print and online. Some seasonal listings and music suggestions for special services from Sunday by Sunday are available free on our Planning Worship page.
Display advertising is available in Sunday by Sunday. You can find details here.