Psalter Group Reading Assignments {Great Lent 2013}

Here are the assigned readings for the Psalter Prayer group for Great Lent 2013. Names are numbered in order of where you begin.

*Be sure to look through all the lists for your name. It will be as you signed up. There are a lot of Mary’s, Maria’s, Katherine’s, etc. Make sure you’re looking at the right one! I included usernames or emails wherever I could to make it a bit easier, too.

Also, I’m going to be doing something new this year. I am going to be periodically posting various writings on the benefits of reading the Psalter. Some of the things I’ve read so far are absolutely beautiful and I can’t wait to share them with you! So be sure to check back for those.

Before beginning to read your assigned kathisma, please recite the Trisagion prayers:

In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

O heavenly King, O Comforter, the Spirit of truth, who art in all places and fillest all things; Treasury of good things and Giver of life: Come and dwell in us and cleanse us from every stain, and save our souls, O gracious Lord.

Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal: have mercy on us. (Thrice)

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: now and ever and unto ages of ages. Amen.

All-holy Trinity, have mercy on us. Lord, cleanse us from our sins. Master, pardon our iniquities. Holy God, visit and heal our infirmities for thy Name’s sake.

Lord, have mercy. (Thrice)

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: now and ever, and unto ages of ages. Amen.

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name; thy kingdom come; thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

Through the prayers of our holy Fathers, Lord Jesus Christ our God, have mercy on us and save us. Amen.

At the end of each kathisma please recite the following:

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, both now and ever and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Glory to you, O God. (twice)

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia, Glory to you, O God our hope, O Lord, glory to You. Lord have mercy on (name of each person in your group).

People in group 3 and soon to be group 4, please check back periodically since more people will most likely be added to your group, so you can add their names to your prayer list. And as always, if you have any questions at all, let me know!

Don’t become discouraged if you miss some, it takes time to build a habit and anything you read is more than you would have read if you hadn’t signed up! Kali Dynami!


  1. Day 1– Psalms 1-8 (Kathisma 1)
  2. Day 2– Psalms 9-17 (Kathisma 2)
  3. Day 3– Psalms 18-24 (Kathisma 3)
  4. Day 4–Psalms 25-32 (Kathisma 4)
  5. Day 5– Psalms 33-37 (Kathisma 5)
  6. Day 6– Psalms 38-46 (Kathisma 6)
  7. Day 7– Psalms 47-55 (Kathisma 7)
  8. Day 8– Psalms 56-64 (Kathisma 8)
  9. Day 9– Psalms 65-70 (Kathisma 9)
  10. Day 10– Psalms 71-77 (Kathisma 10)
  11. Day 11– Psalms 78-85 (Kathisma 11)
  12. Day 12– Psalms 86-91 (Kathisma 12)
  13. Day 13– Psalms 92-101 (Kathisma 13)
  14. Day 14– Psalms 102-105 (Kathisma 14)
  15. Day 15– Psalms 106-109 (Kathisma 15)
  16. Day 16– Psalms 110-118 (Kathisma 16)
  17. Day 17– Psalms 119 (Kathisma 17)
  18. Day 18– Psalms 120-134 (Kathisma 18)
  19. Day 19– Psalms 135-143 (Kathisma 19)
  20. Day 20– Psalms 144-150 (Kathisma 20)
  21. Day 21–start over

Group One

1. Kalliope
2. Irene (Rena)
3. Mary (Sarah)
4. Christine (Kristy)
5. Olga (loewetn)
6. Susannah
7. Nikolia
8. Georgia
9. Margaret
10. Asemeni & Savina
11. Nicole (nicki.gaynor)
12. Seraphima
13. Anna (asousamoir)
14. Olga
15. Eleni (baroness black)
16. Luba
17. Chrysovaladou
18. Sevasti
19. Paraskevi
20. Georgia (Geri)

Group Two

1. Nina
2. Constantina
3. Ioana-Teodora
4. Sophia
5. Katherine
6. Laura
7. Marianthy
8. Janet-Maria
9. Strategoula
10. Selaphiel
11. Elizabeth
12. Natalie
13. Alexandra
14. Ashley
15. Violeta
16. Christiana
17. Jennifer
18. Elena
19. Eirene
20. Christina

Group Three

1. Panayiota (Teresa)
2. Kathryn (pisc304)
3. Veronica (jessica)
4. Euthalia
5. Anna Maria
6. Mary Barbara
7. Kimberly
8. Silvia-Veronica
9. Katerina
10. Carey
11. Jeanne
12. Madalina
13. Rebecca
14. Chrisoula
15. Theodora (Jamie)
16. Aggeliki
17. Andonia
18. Grace
19. Laura (guth3s)
20. Sophia

Group Four
1. Evgenia
2. Fotini
3. Anastasia (Megan)
4. Marie
5. Anastasia (stavropoula)
6. Mikhaila
7. Olena
8. Stamatina
9. Mimi
10. Lydia
11. Maritza
12. Kiki
13. Anna
14. Macrina (Shelley)
15. Elias
16. Deborah
17. Jessica


I recently read this in the ebook A Psalter for Prayer and wanted to share it. It is a prayer that can also be read before begin your reading each day.


28 thoughts on “Psalter Group Reading Assignments {Great Lent 2013}

  1. Hi Sylvia….did you want to put my baptismal name instead of just Toula? I am listed in group 2 – name is Strategoula.

    1. Luba, I had your name on there, I’m not sure what happened! I’ve been trying to get them organized from both my computer and my phone and I don’t think my phone is updating itself. I added it again! Sorry! 🙂

    1. Thank y.ou ! I enjoy knowing that I am praying the Psalms every day with all the others. Praying for those in my group reminds me that even though I don’t know their needs, God does. I am humbled by His infinite Grace and Mercy.

      1. That’s such a beautiful thing, isn’t it? This group is one of my favorite things. It unites all of us spiritually and I love that. <3

  2. am I in group 2 ? There are wo Laura one in group 2 and one in 3.I assumed yesterday that you meant group 2 and that is where I began and the group I have inclded.Let me know it this is right. Laura HG

    1. Yes, sorry Laura! That one slipped by me! I just added the other Laura’s email username next to her name in group three! Sorry for the confusion, Laura 1 and Laura 2! 😉

  3. hi sylvia.can you explain me which is the psalter is greek.sowe have psalm A.1.until 6.then we havepsalmB.2 .i am cmfused when you say kathisma 1to 8what you mean.i dont have 8 i have 6.thank you

    1. Fotini, i know it sounds complicated but it’s very simple! You begin on the number by your name. You read that Kathisma or group of Psalms. Then the next day, you read the next and continue in that fashion. When we finish, we begin again. Since everyone starts off on a different one, the entire Psalter is read every day all throughout Lent, twice! For example, I started on Kathisma 18 on Monday, Tuesday I read 19, Wednesday 20, and today I start at the beginning, with Kathisma 1. Does that help? If not, don’t hesitate to ask more questions! 🙂 Glad you’re joining us!

  4. Is it possible to still join? I realize I am late, but would love to be a part of this! I am lacking in terms of a good church community where I live and this is just what I need for this lent!

    Thank you!!

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