The Bible lesson we choose every week is selected from the Revised Common Lectionary, © 1992 Consultation on Common Texts. The lectionary provides three readings—one from Hebrew Scripture and two from the New Testament, plus a psalm or song from the Bible. Many congregations use all three readings on Sundays and greater Holy Days. Others use only one reading plus the psalm for the week like Abbey Way. The readings rotate on a three year cycle (A, B & C).

The Revised Common Lectionary is widely used in Protestant and Anglican churches, and is similar to the lectionary used in all Roman Catholic congregations. That means that every Sunday, Christians of many traditions throughout the world are literally on "the same page"—a powerful symbol of our unity in Christ.

The weekly lessons and readings for Cycle B can be found at textweek.com


~Adapted from Weekly Seeds an In-Depth Reflection on Next Sunday's Reading