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Why Ash Wednesday? An article exploring Ash Wednesday and the implications for believers. Resource type: Article | Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Ash Wednesday A sermon starter ans commentary on 2 Corinthians 5:20b–2 Corinthians 6:10, for Ash Wednesday. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline | Source: The African American Lectionary | Author: Marvin A. McMickle
Ash Wednesday Worship A worship service of repentance and renewal for Ash Wednesday Resource type: Practical How-To | Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Ash Wednesday: Crisis and Repentance This podcast considers texts for Ash Wednesday, suggesting the penitential prayer of repentance from Psalm 51 and the communal crisis from Joel 2 as key preaching themes. Resource type: Audio/Video | Source: Working Preacher | Author: Rolf Jacobson
Lament: Ash Wednesday This reflection gets to the heart of Ash Wednesday and the season of Lent by exploring Joel 2 and our need to pray, to fast, to mourn, and to read God’s Word. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: Sermons That Work | Author: Joslyn Ogden Schaefer
The Fight Between Carnival and Lent, art for Ash Wednesday ... us to the beginning of Lent and Ash Wednesday, when we don ashes and hear the call to return ... Resource type: Image | Source: Loyola Press | Author: Daniella Zsupan-Jerome
A Blessing in the Ashes Ash Wednesday is the subject of a collection including a painting, reflection, poem, and other resources. The author writes about the grief of burying her husband and the power of ashes and dust in God's hands.... Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: The Painted Prayerbook | Author: Jan Richardson
The Call is Urgent A commentary on Joel 2:1-2, 12-17. The text calls us "to confess our sins, to remind ourselves of our mortality and frailty, and to hear the call to repentance or turning around from our sinful ways." Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week | Author: Dennis Olson
Ash Wednesday is Important for Children Other than Good Friday, Ash Wednesday is the day children are least expected or planned for in the sanctuary, which is to their detriment. Carolyn Brown shares meaningful ways to include children in congregational worship. Resource type: Article | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Ash Wednesday A Reflecting on Ash Wednesday Lectionary readings (Psalm 51:1-17; Isaiah 58:1-12; Joel 2:1-2, 12-17; Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21; 2 Corinthians 5:20-21, 6:1-10), John van de Laar offers a message of hope that repentance leads to life. Resource type: Article | Source: Sacredise | Author: John van de Laar Worshiping with Children on Ash Wednesday Carolyn Brown offers insights and advice for including children in worship. In this piece she focuses on a range of Ash Wednesday resources and also a special way of bringing Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday together. Resource type: Article | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Three Reasons to Include Children on Ash Wednesday Children are not always included in Ash Wednesday services. Carolyn Brown gives three reasons for why children should always be included. Resource type: Article | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Full Text Hymns on Ash Wednesday Dust and Ashes Touch Our FacePD
Create in Me a Clean HeartPD
Change My Heart, O God©
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Ash Wednesday: On Dust and Glory An Ash Wednesday reflection reminding us of our "dustiness" and our likeness to God. The communion table, Cross, and Resurrection bring the contrast of dust and glory into focus and harmony. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Christine Longhurst Ash Wednesday Confession This is a responsive act of confession for Ash Wednesday based on Psalm 51. Included are the prayer of confession, assurance of pardon, and an invitation to the imposition of ashes. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Amy Loving Ash Wednesday This lectionary commentary aims to include children in worship on Ash Wednesday. This is done through, having children put ashes on their forehead, using ashes to write out sins, and interpreting selected biblical passages. Resource type: Article | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Ash Wednesday Sending Using the practice of pilgrimage to symbolize the Lenten journey, this commission for Ash Wednesday by Ann Siddall warns hearers to avoid temptations, to keep a steady pace, to walk humbly, and to help others. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Ann Siddall An Intergenerational Ash Wednesday Order of Worship An order of worship for Ash Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It includes an imposition of ashes, confession, and communion. Resource type: Service Outline | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Ash Wednesday Prayer of Contrition Here’s a beautiful prayer of contrition for Ash Wednesday (and the Lenten season). Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Christine Longhurst Ashes Remind Us of How We Hurt One Another In this Worshiping with Children article Carolyn Brown invites leaders to craft an engaging child-friendly Ash Wednesday worship service. She includes tips, an excerpt from Jan Richardson, and links to further resources. Resource type: Article | Source: Worshiping With Children | Author: Carolyn Brown Benediction for Ash Wednesday Acknowledging that God wants us to turn from sin and live, this Ash Wednesday benediction by Jeanyne Slettorn asks God "to grant us true repentance" that we may live faithfully and experience God's eternal joy. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Jeanyne Slettom
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