Search Results“All Saints Day“ ideas for Children “All Saints Day” is a great way to remember those in the faith who have gone before us. Carolyn Brown provides ideas and resources of how this day can be presented to children. All Saints Day Focusing on the renewal of creation over death, these All Saints' Day worship planning/sermon notes and commentary on Isaiah 25:6-9, Revelation 21:1-6a, and John 11:32-44 discuss banquet manifestations, the new Earth, and Christ's encounters with death. All Saints Day This resource provides suggestions for planning worship for All Saints Day, including lectionary text, sermon considerations, songs, and prayers. Celebrating All Saints Day Why not turn All Saints Day into celebrating Christian heroes/heroines or Little Easter? This blog explores children-friendly themes from Psalm 24; Isaiah 6, 25:6-9; John 11:32-44; Hebrews 12; Revelation 21; and Wisdom of Solomon 3:1-9. All Saints Day with Children Carolyn Brown offers practical suggestions for celebrating All Saints Days with children. Includes ideas for worship, book suggestions, and notes on Psalm 34:1-10, 22; Matthew 5:1-12; 1 John 3:1-3; and Revelation 7:9-17. All Saints Day Worship Resources Preaching and worship planning resources for All Saints Day, based on Revelation 7:9–17, Psalm 34, 1 John 3:1–3 and Matthew 5:1–12. It includes liturgy planning, sermon notes, commentary, song suggestions, readings, prayers and more. All Saints Day The celebration of All Saints Day is a time to reflect on those who have come before us in the faith: ancient and recent, great and small, saints of every kind, even our next of kin.... All Saints Day This collection for All Saints Day pairs Ephesians 1:17-19 with a sonnet entitled "All Saints Day" and a choral piece, "O quam gloriosum est regnum," (Oh How Glorious is the Kingdom), and an excerpt about holiness.... Surrounded by a Great Cloud of Witnesses: Worship Resources for All Saints Day History of All Saints Day/Martyrs Day from Eastern, Catholic and Protestant perspectives, bulletin art, and links to a candle-lighting litany, a worship service for All Saints/Reformation Day, and global hymns (also good for World Communion Sunday).... Service Planning-All Saints Day All Saints Day provides an opportunity to remember and give thanks for all saints living and who have ever lived. This lectionary aid offers planning tips, sermon ideas, and hymn suggestions fitting for the occasion. Martyr's Sunday (All Saints Day) This sermon starter and commentary on Romans 8:35-39 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for a service celebrating Martyr's Sunday or All Saints Day. All Saints’ Day Rolf Jacobson preaches a sermon for All Saints’ Day from Revelation 21:1-6, explaining the subtleties and nuances of this special day on the liturgical calendar. (Length 12:41) Full Text Hymns on All Saints' Day For All the SaintsPD
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See more hymns... Martyr's Sunday (All Saints Day) This sermon starter and commentary on Acts 7:52-60 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for a service celebrating Martyr's Sunday or All Saints Day. Working with the All Saints’ Day Texts In this article, Susan Hedahl offers possible text selections and a historical and theological framework for an All Saints' Day sermon that highlights those who have triumphed in grace and now reside with God. All Saints Sunday Planning Notes This resource from the United Methodist Church provides sermon planning notes for All Saints Day focusing on the multitude around the Lamb in Revelation and the beatitudes; as well as worship service ideas. All Saints Day: Prayer of Thanksgiving Christine Longhurst shares Bonnie Tarwater's prayer of thanksgiving for All Saints Day that invites the congregation to recognize influential people in their lives. Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day This worship planning resource is for a Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day service. This collection includes worship planning notes, songs and liturgy for Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day. All Saints Day Litany Here’s a litany for All Saints Day (November 1) written by Mary Lou Kownacki, OSB. It commemerates and offers thanksgiving for the saints of God, ancient and modern, who have led us in God's path. All Saints' with Children Carolyn Brown offers suggestions for incorporating children into worship around All Saints' Day. Includes ideas and notes for Job 19:23-27; Psalms 17, 98, 145; Haggai 1:15-2:9; Luke 20:27-38; and 2 Thessalonians 2:1-17. Using Symbolism to Shape All Saints' Day Marcia McFee draws from her background as a ritual researcher to explain the power of symbol in memorial and grieving, and offers suggestions for incorporating symbols into services such as All Saints' Day.