The Disert Missal is a liturgical resource for Reformed Celtic Church clergy and communities.
Copyright © 2008-2016, Reformed Celtic Church. All rights reserved. 

Liturgy comes from a Greek word meaning "work of the people."  Consequently, local communities may develop liturgies to meet their specific needs and reflect their distinctive character.  The services listed here are not carved in granite and may be modified.  They are offered as a guide and resource.


Morning Prayer

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, Abbess, or Layperson

 

Evening Prayer

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, Abbess, or Layperson

 

Holy Eucharist (Rite 1)

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, or Commissioned Missionary
Used by special permission of Rev. Cait Finnegan-Grenier.

 

Holy Eucharist (Rite 2) - A multi-faith, "universalist" Service

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, or Commissioned Missionary

 

Celtic Christian Shabbat Fellowship

May be officiated by any member of the congregation

 

Observance of Samhain

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, or Commissioned Missionary

 

Dalriadan Rosary

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Service for Ash Wednesday

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Tenebrae Service for Maundy Thursday

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Easter Sunrise Prayer Service

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Infant Baptism

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Adult Baptism

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Confirmation

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, or Commissioned Missionary

 

Holy Matrimony

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest

 

Ministration to the Sick

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Reconciliation of a Penitent

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Funeral Rite

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Ordination of a Deacon

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest with the consent of the RCC Pastoral Council

 

Ordination of a Priest

May be officiated by a Bishop with the consent of the RCC Pastoral Council

 

Consecration of a Bishop

May be officiated by a Bishop with the consent of the RCC Pastoral Council

 

Celtic Rite for the Blessing of Holy Water

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Commissioned Missionary, Abbot, or Abbess