Theology, Worship and Education
The Theology, Worship and Education ministry area contributes to the formation of communities of discipleship through education in the faith and faithfulness of the whole church; paying sustained attention to the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit. This ministry area develops educational materials, worship resources, leader development programs and theological studies that support the church’s faith and life.
The Company of New Pastors
The Company of New Pastors is a structured application of the Company of Pastors program designed specifically for seminarians as they make their transition into their first pastoral call. Learn more.
Theology, Worship and Education Ministries
- Academy for Missional Preaching
- Call to Worship
- Daily Lectionary Readings
- Educational Ministries
- Financial Aid
- Interfaith Relations
- Invitation to Christ
- Invitation to the Word
- Presbyterian Association of Musicians
- September 11 Remembrance
- Shared Celebration
- Spiritual Formation
- Theological Education
- Theology and Worship
- Thinking, Praying, Living
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Ed, This is the direct link to the resource. http://www.pcusa.org/resource/service-lessons-and-carols/
Ed, Anything that we have related to the Christian year can be found at pcusa.org/worship. Click "Christian Year," then use the right hand sidebar to find the appropriate festival or season. Scroll down to find resources. You may also be interested in the journal Call to Worship. A full-year subscription ($34.95) provides full orders of worship for every Sunday and festival in the Christian year (including Calls to Worship, Prayers of Confession, Prayers of the People, Great Thanksgivings, and more), plus music suggestions for congregational songs, choral anthems, and instrumental music. Visit pcusa.org/calltoworship for more information, or store.pcusa.org/CTW to subscribe. Peace, David Associate for Worship
Looking for a Lessons and Carols service.
Dot, on the Invitation to the Word site you'll find this link, which I think is one of the best explanations of the lectio divina: http://www.valyermo.com/ld-art.html Thanks for your desire to help people pray scripture. You may want to explore the Invitation to the Word site on the link above as well. Blessings!