Resources in Liturgy and worship aids

Native American Day

Celebrate Native American Day Please join the PC(USA) in the celebration of this special observance during Sunday worship on a Sunday in September or any Sunday during the year. 

Presbyterian Men Sunday Sermon Notes

Presbyterian Men Sunday is designated as the Sunday usually recognized as Father’s Day. It was an intentional act of the General Assembly to recognize the contributions of men, but not limit it to those men who have children, and to be inclusive of single men, stepparents and men who are unable to be with their… Read more »

Presbyterian Men Sunday Order of Worship

Presbyterian Men Sunday is designated as the Sunday usually recognized as Father’s Day. It was an intentional act of the General Assembly to recognize the contributions of men, but not limit it to those men who have children, and to be inclusive of single men, stepparents and men who are unable to be with their… Read more »

A Prayer in a Time of Anger, Unrest, and Injustice

In this time of national discord and unrest, the office of Racial Equity & Women’s Intercultural Ministries has developed resources for you to use during your worship service. It is our intent that these resources will speak to the hurt, anxiety and even the lament you may be experiencing during this time of unrest in… Read more »

2021 Liturgical Colors

2021 Liturgical Colors from the 2020-2021 Presbyterian Planning Calendar

Creating community in digital gatherings

Worship service outline for digital/online faith community gatherings, along with a guide for creating intimacy and connection in online worship in time of Covid-19. From Emily Scott, Lutheran pastor of ELCA new church project Dreams and Visions — author of “For All Who Hunger: Searching for Communion in a Shattered World.”

1001 online ministry tools

Technical tips from the Rev. Marthame Sanders in Atlanta from Zoom conversation on March 19, 2020, for best practices on streaming, adapting worship online.

SDOP Sunday sermon

This is a sermon from the Rev. Denise Anderson for SDOP Sunday 2020.

The Biblical Witness to Peacemaking

These daily scripture readings offered in peacemaking themes that coincide with the liturgical year, this resource may be used in a variety of ways and settings. It can be posted weekly or monthly on a website or in a newsletter for personal devotion. It can be used in a group Bible study, prayer group or… Read more »

Food Waste Weekend Liturgy Suggestion from the BFJYAV Program Ministry

Currently 40 percent of all food produced in America is never consumed. Food Waste Weekend, held annually since 2016, is an opportunity for clergy of all faiths to share a message of hope for the hungry and to take action in all our abundance to make a difference for our neighbors in need. This liturgy… Read more »