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This Good Friday service incorporates elements of handwashing, the Lord’s Supper, and the carrying of the cross. It engages the congregation visually, through movement, with singing, and in silence. Note: This password-protected article is available for free access until March 17, 2019.
Spring returns in March. Less often observed is an old tradition of springtime prayer services of intercession around the time crops are planted. This prayer service offers a counterbalance to fall thanksgiving services.
In the face of domestic violence among the faith community, these worship resources encourage worship leaders to raise awareness, offer help and healing to the hurting, and affirm the biblical standard for loving relationships with one another.
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Holy Week is April 14-20, 2019. The Reformed Worship website has many articles and resources on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday. To find additional resources for Lent or specific days in the Lent-Easter season use the search bar on the top right corner of the home page.
It doesn’t matter how many beautiful and well put together worship services you’ve crafted. What truly matters is how you’ve chosen to love and care for those whom God has entrusted in your worshipping congregation.
2019 Hymn Festival SearchSubmission due by May 15, 2019. The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada has announced a search for an outline and script for a hymn festival focused on the theme of welcome towards refugees and immigrants.