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Resources in Worship
There are many features of a liturgical service book (and the 2018 Book of Common Worship in particular) that, although they are often overlooked, can help to shape vibrant, active, and creative intergenerational worship. Here are a few of them.
Within the pages of a hymnal one can find centuries of theological wisdom, spiritual insight, and practical guidance for faithful living. Here are twelve creative ideas and accessible strategies for using hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs in the church’s ministry of education and formation for discipleship.
The following ideas are offered for congregations as they navigate the return to public worship and seek to bridge online and in-person gatherings. These suggestions may need to be adapted for a particular context of ministry. They should be undertaken only insofar as local resources and current conditions allow.
This report explores how new worshiping communities engage in and think about discipleship, spiritual formation, and worship.
The Sabbath Practices Ministry Kit for Seasons of the Church looks at how to engage each of the essential practices (Hospitality, Prayer, Service, Storytelling and Retreat) in communal worship based on the liturgical year and special seasonal emphases.
This Quicksheet will offer suggestions for ways you might hold Holy Humor Worship with your congregation digitally any time you feel the need to laugh in the face of darkness and celebrate the joy of God’s abiding presence with us. These suggestions focus on fun, improv and group participation which is all intended to encourage… Read more »
Male issue: What kernels of wisdom guide men’s lives?
Questions: What makes a wise man? What is self-discipline: What wisdom guides men in the relationships of life?
Buscando ser fieles juntos: normas para presbiterianos durante tiempos de desacuerdo
Brief descriptions of Holy Week Services from the forthcoming Book of Common worship revision from the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation.
A prayer appropriate for “Christian and Citizen Sunday,” the Sunday before Election Day, written by Sam Wells, Vicar at London’s St. Martin in the Fields and former Dean of the Chapel at Duke; and Abby Kocher.