Search ResultsLent, A Necessary Time of Preparation This resource provides an introduction to Lent and offers a comprehensive guide to Lenten planning. It provides suggestions for selecting passages, ideas for a sermon series, questions to consider, and sample elements of worship.
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See more hymns... Rising – A Poem for Ascension Day This poem for Ascension Day, by Rowan Wyatt, imagines what the ascension of Christ was like from heaven's perspective. | | Ascension The ascension is perhaps Jesus Christ's most puzzling act on earth. This video by Dan Stevers explores why it matters and what it means for us, who now have access to Christ through the Holy Spirit. | | Ascension and the Presence of God In this excerpt from on a sermon on Mark 16:19, Pope St. Leo the Great notes how Jesus' ascension brings our humanity in the presence of God, and God's presence to us in the sacraments. | | Listen for the Breeze: A Post-Ascension Prayer Addressing the question of where Jesus has gone, this poetic post-Ascension prayer by Julie takes inspiration from Acts 1:6-11 encourages children to listen for the Holy Spirit's assurance that we are not alone. | | Ascension Reflections “The Ascension of Christ doesn’t mean absence; it means sovereignty, exercised through the Spirit.” This resource brings together reflections by N. T. Wright with artwork and music for the Ascension. | | Ascension, Pentecost, Missions, and Justice Joyce Borger shares about the important connection between Ascension Day and Pentecost. We need to celebrate both of these events as we remember our calling to join in God's mission in the world. | | Ascension Artworks from India These four pieces of artwork from India depict versions of Jesus' ascension to heaven, including brief descriptions. The fourth includes the artist's explanation of Hindu symbolism representing Christ. | Ascension: Praise & Affirmation This Trinitarian praise and affirmation for Ascension Day is based on 1 Timothy 3, 6 and Revelation 5. It is written in two parts with a focus on Jesus’ glory and return. | |