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51K. Prayer of Confession 2

Text Information
First Line: Kyrie eleison (Lord have mercy)
Title: Prayer of Confession 2
Original Language: Latin
Language: English; Greek
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: Jerusalem; Biblical Names and Places: Zion; Broken-hearted (43 more...)
Source: Early Greek Liturgy.; Book of Worship United Church of Christ (prayer)
Copyright: Prayer © 1986, 2002 United Church of Christ, United Church Press
Notes: Prayer of Confession and Assurance of Pardon with singing in the middle.
Tune Information
Name: [Lord, have mercy]
Composer: Dinah Reindorf, b. 20th c.
Key: c minor
Source: Ghana
Copyright: © 1987 Dinah Reindorf ; Arr. © 2001 Faith Alive Christian Resources



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