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Episcopal Church (USA) Revised Common Lectionary

Sunday, June 4, 2017 | Easter
Day of Pentecost
Early Service
Years ABC



On the same date: Day of Pentecost, Principal Service
First Reading Genesis 11:1–9
Psalm Psalm 33:12–22
Second Reading Exodus 19:1–9, 16–20a, 20:18–20
Psalm Song of Three Youths 29–34 (Canticle 2 or 13)
Third Reading Ezekiel 37:1–14
Psalm Psalm 130
Fourth Reading Joel 2:28–32
Psalm Isaiah 12:2–6 (Canticle 9)
Epistle Acts 2:1–11 or Romans 8:14–17, 22–27
Psalm Psalm 104:25–32
Gospel John 7:37–39a


 Episcopal Church (USA) Revised Common Lectionary. Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2016. Print.

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