Search ResultsChrist the King This sermon starter on Colossians 1:11-20 for Christ the King Sunday showing how we should remember this day with celebration, with anticipation of Christ’s final victory, and by participating in the Christ’s work. | | Christ the King A worship service for Christ the King Sunday with the theme of Christ as King, not only of the church but of all creation. He is the framework around which all things are oriented. | Advent Hope: Staying Afloat In this Advent reflection, the author ponders the challenge of offering real hope in the midst of difficult circumstances.
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See more hymns... Preparing a Children-Friendly Christ the King Service Carolyn Brown's Christ the King worship planning notes and children's sermon notes draw on Jeremiah 23:1-6, Psalm 46, Colossians 1:11-20, and Luke 23:33-43 to describe the Good Shepherd, security in God, Jesus' identity, and Christ's forgiveness. | | Christ King of the Universe Carolyn Brown introduces songs, a movie, and activities that help children learn relevant themes of 2 Samuel 23:1-7; Psalms 93, 132:1-12; Daniel 7:9-10, 13-14; John 18:33-37; and Revelation 1:4 for Christ the King Sunday. | | Children, Worship, and Christ the King In this Worshiping with Children piece Carolyn Brown invites leaders to help children engage with Christ the King Sunday. She offers several tips specific to the liturgical year, the Apostles' Creed, and Proper 29 (Year B). | | Christ the King Sunday: No King but Caesar? This blog post highlights several resources for Christ the King Sunday, including several reflections, a sermon on Psalm 95:1-7, a children's lesson, and music. | | Prayers of the People: Christ the King This is a prayer of thanksgiving and intercession for Christ the King Sunday written by Richard Fairchild. | | Christ the King Sunday This is a full worship planning resource for the Christ the King Sunday on Jeremiah 23:1-6, Luke 1:68-79, Colossians 1:11-20 and Luke 23:33-43, focusing on the reign of Christ. | Christ the King! This devotion for Christ the King Sunday on Psalm 21 suggests that in anticipation of what is to come, and in recognition that Christ is King even today, we celebrate him and his reign. | |