Music team rota / roster for May - July 2021

This is a printable music-team roster for  the period May to July 2020. It has:
  • One row for each Sunday in this period, labelled with the corresponding feast from the Irish liturgical calendar, and notes about other observances that day or in the coming week.
  • Two columns with the dates and names of the feast or liturgical calendar day.
  • Three columns for your use.  These are labelled Co-ordinator, Musician(s), Audio-visual.  Change them to suit your (eg you may need Choir Cantor, Animator, Organist, Worship Leader, etc)

Things to note in this time period

These three months include the month of May, when there are many Marian feasts, and the liturgically-rich period between Easter and Pentecost.    

Traditionally Catholic devotions in June focus on the Sacred Heart, and in July on the Precious Blood.

In the northern hemisphere this period includes the end of the school year, exams and the start of an extended summer holiday period. 


 

Downloads


  • To download a file, click a link above. You’ll be taken to a page were can either print it or save a copy of it onto your own computer.
  • This printable is for your own use in your parish / school / etc.
  • If you’d like to share it with friends and associates, please give them the link to this post. 
  • Pinning is fine, provided it's done from this page.


Why this three month period

Planning in these three-month periods fits both the liturgical and secular seasons:
  • Feb - Mar - April (includes Lent and Easter)
  • May - Jun - Jul (spring / summer in Europe, winter in the southern hemisphere)
  • Aug - Sept - Oct (Back-to-school = start of a new year in Europe)
  • Nov - Dec - Jan (New Year and summer-holidays in the south, people get together in late January to plan for the rest of the year).


If this combination doesn't suit your church, then it may be better to use the blank music roster template.


The next version, for August - October will be available in mid July.  Please leave a message in the Comments section near the bottom of the page if you have requests about what it should include.

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