Instructed Eucharist at Trinity
November 19 was the Youth Sunday for November, and, in addition to the young people assuming most of the roles in the service, they took on a significant part of the instructed Eucharist we hold from time to time. The instructed Eucharist is basically a series of planned interruptions of the service in which readers provide commentary about what has just happened and about what is going to happen next. We don’t conduct them frequently because the narratives do disrupt the flow of the service, but when we do, most people find it to be a learning experience.
It’s not just for the young people that we hold these, by the way. Most adults can still learn something about the way our principal worship service is conducted and why it is the way it is. For that reason we’ve decided to provide the script for this year’s instructed Eucharist so you can read over what you heard on Sunday.
Click below to read the script:
Instructed Eucharist 2017
The Sunday School teacher helps some of the younger kids with their narratives
The day’s Minister of Communion was one of the instructional speakers
One of the older young people was one of the instructors as well