Top Ten Lectionary Websites

Top Ten Lectionary Websites October 6, 2016

Top Ten Lectionary Websites

Here are my top ten places to go when I use the lectionary. Many pastors use the lectionary in their preaching. From time to time, I will use the lectionary for a Bible study or a sermon. I find it helpful to address the same scriptures and themes that many churches around the world are engaging. As a result, I go to these websites to help enrich my sermon preparation. Some of these websites contain links to other websites. Others contain podcasts. Therefore, I have found that each of these websites is great for planning using the lectionary. Some contain worship resources, sermon preparation tool, commentaries, or completed sermons ready to use.

I am using websites that address the Revised Common Lectionary as developed by the North American Consultation on Common Texts (CCT) and, later, the International English Language Liturgical Consultation (ELLC).

I hope you will find this list helpful for your own use.

1. Additional Online Resources for Lectionary Planning

2. The Lectionary Lab

3. Ministry Matters

4. Pulpit Fiction

5. The Revised Common Lectionary from Vanderbilt University

6. Christian Resource Institute – The Voice

7. Sermons and Sermon – Lectionary Resources

8. Singing from the Lectionary

9. The Text This Week

10. Working Preacher

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