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Should our praise and prayer be the same during Lent and on the Sundays of Lent as they are in the rest of the year? Well, yes and no. Lent is not a season where we pretend that Jesus is crucified and dead so we make our worship funereal. We know where they are; we anticipate putting them up again at the right time ; but we would not want them up all year!
When we retire something familiar for a season, recovering its use has a way of making it "new" for us. It has a way of giving emphasis to what precedes and follows it. Taking a rest from something gives shape and rhythm to life, to worship, to relationships — even to our relationship with God. Some churches, in keeping with this principle, bury or "hide" the Alleluia during Lent.
Our United Methodist worship resources do not call for this and do not offer directions for doing so. However, there is a long tradition for suspending the use of Alleluia from either the Last Sunday after Epiphany or Shrove Tuesday the day before Ash Wednesday until the first service of Easter. Rather, such a practice enriches and shapes our prayer and our sense of discipline as we anticipate Easter. Certainly, this idea and practice may be strange to many United Methodists; but to those who are looking for a recovery of a tested and timely way of giving shape to Lenten practice, this discontinuance of the Alleluia may be something that young and old can appreciate.
It is a kind of purposeful self-denial so that there will be contrasts in the landscape of our praise and prayer before God. Liturgical time and action When is a good time to hide or bury the Alleluia? Engage in creating a tangible Alleluia and a box or cloth sack in which to place it be sure children get involved in this hands-on action.
Find or dig a place for the "burial. Place the "Alleluia" in the sack or "coffin. Now, during the days of Lent we say farewell to "Alleluia" so that we may take it up anew on Easter. Here someone from the community places the "Alleluia" in its hiding place or covers it. Or use this this responsory: When Jesus came down from the mount of Transfiguration, he began to tell his disciples that he would be betrayed and crucified.
Jesus did not enter into glory before he stretched out his arms on the hardwood of the cross. Jesus told his disciples, "If you want to become my followers, deny yourselves and take up your cross and follow me. At Easter we will again celebrate the Resurrection and sing "Christ is risen.
For the days of Lent, we discontinue singing and saying, "Alleluia. At Easter, recover the "Alleluia" from its resting place. One United Methodist congregation describes their practice this way: We generally dont sing Alleluia during lent. We try to remember to explain the practice during a childrens moment right at the start of Lent, by yelling "Alleluia," and closing a box where they are trapped within. On Easter morning we get the box back out during Childrens Moment and release the Alleluias.
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