The Act of Consecration of Man
At the four mornings of our meeting, everyone can participate in one of the five Acts of Consecration of Man: in the three large halls (Limousins), in the smaller Galloway room and the tent outside on the conference grounds. This schedule of services indicates when and where, which consecration is celebrated in which language.
In the three large halls there is a sermon before the consecration, with loudspeakers for simultaneous translation by the conference translators. In the smaller hall and in the tent, the sermons are not amplified or translated.
The Communion is distributed to a maximum of 80 persons per room in all Acts of Consecration of Man. Those who wish to participate in the communion must, at the beginning of the Act of Consecration, take a seat at the forefront, on especially reserved seats.
Here you will find a link to a number of songs that you can practice:
Sacrifice song “Doordring ons hart” (permeate our heart) by Ingrid Deij and the song for the communion “Amen” by Thomas Reuter, which will be sung in all Acts of the Consecration of Man. And Thomas Reuter’s “Hallelujah” for the Close of Day.