The Season after Pentecost

The season after Pentecost is also known as ordinary time.  The general theme throughout this season is the church and its mission.
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you.  And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age." --Matthew 28:19-20
  This is the longest season of the year.  It begins the day after Pentecost (Whitsunday) and ends the day before Advent. 

The color for the season is green.  There are two selections for the Hebrew Scriptures and the Psalms.  These are paired.  The first of the Hebrew Scriptures is a semi-continuous sequence as it is read
Sunday after Sunday.  The second series of Hebrew Scriptures are selected as they relate to the Gospel.  When a selection from the Apocryphal books is selected, an alternative from the canonized Hebrew Scriptures will also be included.












2011--Second Sunday after Pentecost uses Proper 8
2014--Second Sunday after Pentecost uses Proper 7
2017--Second Sunday after Pentecost uses Proper 6
Pentecost Sunday Proper 10 Proper 20
Trinity Sunday Proper 11 Proper 21
Proper 2 Proper 12 Proper 22
Proper 3 Proper 13 Proper 23
Proper 4 Proper 14 Proper 24
Proper 5 Proper 15 Proper 25
Proper 6 Proper 16 Proper 26
Proper 7 Proper 17 Proper 27
Proper 8 Proper 18 Proper 28
Proper 9 Proper 19 Last Pentecost