Search ResultsWitnesses to Life in a World of Death This is a full worship planning resource for lent focusing on life in a world of death. It is an opportunity for examining the conscience and/or reciting either the Apostles’ Creed or the Lord’s Prayer. Creeds, Catechisms, and Confessions The Creeds, Catechisms and Confessions are useful study tools to assist in understanding the Scriptures and in teaching Bible studies to others. These documents help to reaffirm the tenants of the traditional, historic Christian faith. Creed: One God Christine Longhurst presents a creed for Advent, written by Lisa Frenz. It affirms God as "Source of all creation," Jesus as "Savior of all creation," and the Holy Spirit as "Mentor of all creation." I Believe in God, the Father (Apostles’ Creed Hymn) Julie Tennent's 2014 hymn text includes the entire Apostles' Creed in six stanzas, using the tune BEECHER by John Zundel. It can be downloaded in PDF or Sibelius format. Ain’t That Good News? Worship resources for the fourth Sunday in Advent including a gathering meditation, call to worship, a litany based on Luke 1:47-55, a prayer of confession, and an Advent creed. Preaching the Apostles' Creed James Howell offers suggestions for preaching a four-week series on the Apostles' Creed, per the Narrative Lectionary. He says that "credo" (= I believe) is about worship and trust in God. The Holy Spirit in the Apostle's Creed This is a podcast discussion of the Holy Spirit and the Apostle's Creed. Dave Bast and Scott Hoezee interview Sue Rozeboom about the meaning and more. The Apostles' Creed This 18th century drawing by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo depicts the Apostles' Creed. Preaching on the Creeds This podcast discusses sermon ideas and thoughts for a four-week sermon series on the Creeds. Canceling the Summer Slump: A summer series based on the Apostles' Creed Lyle Schaller, the church-growth guru, advocates maintaining a full program throughout the summer. Adopting this idea, one congregation decided to try this festive six-week summer program that centers around the Apostles’ Creed. Singing The Creeds This workshop explores combining the powerful proclamations of creeds with the soul-stirring unity of song to enrich congregational and personal worship. The session examines a few musical versions of the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed. Full Text Hymns on Creed The Apostles' CreedPD
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See more hymns... I Believe: A Service on the Apostles' Creed Led by Children The Apostles’ Creed is a beautiful summary of our faith. In this service plan, children lead us in singing and saying what we believe with Christians throughout the centuries. The Case for Reciting Creeds in Worship This article urges churches to use creeds in worship. The story here explores the case for reciting creeds in worship, citing reasons like connecting with our past, Christian education, and enriched worship. We Believe...: A service based on the Nicene Creed This service plan based on the Nicene Creed invites us to celebrate the three persons in the Trinity and may be very fitting for occasions such as Trinity Sunday. The Apostles' Creed This music video is a narration of the Apostles' Creed with the text set against scenes of daily life. Preaching Through Lent: Topics from the Baptismal Covenant Dawn Chesser suggests a plan for topical preaching through Lent, based on topics in the United Methodist Baptismal Covenant: evil and repentance; freedom; confession of faith; responsibility; the Apostles' Creed; and incorporation into Christ. Defining Life Everlasting in the Apostle's Creed This is a podcast discussion of the meaning of "life everlasting" in the Apostle's Creed. Dave Bast and Scott Hoezee interview Sue Rozeboom about the definition of the term and more. Ideas for Using Creeds in Worship In this article, Joan Huyser-Honig offers some ideas for how to incorporate the creeds into a series of services, music, art, and specific places within the order of worship. Thanksgiving Dinner, Every Sunday At First Presbyterian Church San Mateo, writes Patricia Corrigan, worship is like Thanksgiving dinner. You might not like everything that's served, but everybody experiences the meal together in this intentionally intergenerational context..