Make A Donation
Click Here >
These words from Scripture may be spoken after the Declaration of Forgiveness (and/or the Summary of the Law). They may precede the Passing of the Peace. Non-bold parts are intended… Read more »
In the Reformed tradition, the “third use of the law” is for those who have already accepted God’s grace through Jesus Christ, in whom the Holy Spirit is already at… Read more »
Each of these confession and pardon sequences is designed to be used as a set, following the shape of the Scripture or confession that is its source. In each case,… Read more »
These words from Scripture and the confessions may be used as Declarations of Forgiveness. They are appropriately spoken from the baptismal font, perhaps while lifting water from the font. Non-bold… Read more »
These words from Scripture and the confessions may be used as Calls to Confession. They are appropriately spoken from the baptismal font, perhaps after pouring water into the font. Non-bold… Read more »
These words from Scripture and the confessions may be used as Prayers of Confession of Sin. Non-bold parts are intended for leaders; bold parts, for the congregation. Alternately, these texts… Read more »
These sentences of Scripture and excerpts from the confessions may be used as Calls to Worship. Non-bold parts are intended for leaders; bold parts, for the congregation.
These greetings come from the opening words of the New Testament epistles and the book of Revelation. They are appropriate for use at the beginning of worship.
This is a choral reading of the Pentecost story from Acts 2:1-21 for thee voices. The Taizé song “Holy Spirit, Come to Us” (Sing the Faith 2118) may be used… Read more »
The Office of Theology and Worship provides two lectionary options for your readings during Lent: the Revised Common Lectionary (coordinated with the Sundays and festivals in the three-year cycle of… Read more »