A Eucharist Liturgy
of Urban Monastics


Jesus invite me to Your table.
And may my life proclaim Your death until You return.

Prayer of Communal Confession

Almighty God we praise You.
You hold all of creation in Your hands.
Without You we would fall apart.

Lord as You sustain us, help us.
Give us courage to live as You did.

Help us see the poor as ourselves,
grant us meek hearts and gentle spirits,
and let us love widely so those weeping invite us in.
Help us turn from ourselves,
to choose love over our safety and comfort,
share Your eyes with us,
to see Your love for all including ourselves,
and keep us from hurting others with our wants.

Forgive us Lord.
We have sinned against You
in thought, word and deed.
In what we have done
and in what we have left undone.


Silence for Examination

Holy Spirit meet us with Your grace and tenderness.
Assist us in examining ourselves.
Silence for Reflection

Words of Invitation

Our Lord invites us to His table.
To sit with Him,
with those who came before,
and who are yet to come.
To share the eternal meal,
that Jesus began on the night He was betrayed.

Words of Institution

Mark 14:22-25 · Year B

While they were eating, Jesus took some bread. After blessing it, He broke it, and gave it to those eating, saying,
"Take it; this is My body."
Then He took a cup, and after giving thanks for it, He gave it to them, and they all drank from it.
"This is My blood of the covenant, which is being poured out for many," He said to them. "Truly, I tell you, I will not drink again the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it afresh in the Kingdom of God."

Partake the Eucharist

Jesus invites us to share this meal. Together, let us partake.

This bread is the body of Christ.
It has been broken for you.
Take and Eat.
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This cup is the new covenant in Christ’s blood.
It has been poured out for many.
Take and Drink.
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When we eat this bread and drink this cup,
we proclaim Your death, Lord Jesus, until You come again.


His body broken.
Broken for us.
His blood shed.
Shed for us.
Gods promise kept.
Kept for us.
Gods eternal presence.
Present with us.
    Christ has Died.
    Christ has Risen.
    Christ will come again.