Search ResultsPutting an End to Revival for Pentecost’s Sake Pentecost was not a revival of the "good ol' days," but an in-breaking of God’s new age. Likewise, argues Seth Richardson, the Spirit brings an end to the revival of the old self. | | Lent, 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.
Breathe on me, Breath of GodPD
See more hymns... Pentecost Prayer: Whirlwind Spirit A Pentecost prayer with poetic language encouraging both the powerful, life changing forcefulness of the Holy Spirit, and the gentle, quiet wisdom that it brings. | | Pentecost Call to Worship In this worship resource, Christine Longhurst shares a call to worship that is appropriate for the theme and season of Pentecost. It invites God's Spirit to ignite our opnions on peacemaking to blaze into commitment. | | Prayers of the People for Pentecost In this worship planning resource, Christine Longhurst shares a prayers of the people for Pentecost with sung response written by Alan Gaunt. | | Pentecost Invocation: Come, Holy Spirit This traditional invocation for Pentecost Sunday employs congregational response and recitation of the Lord's prayer to prepare the congregation for worship as well as and catechizing them how to pray for the Spirit's help. | | Pentecost Prayers of the People A full-bodied prayer of intercession inspired by Pentecost and the events of Acts 2:1-13. God speaks to us in the fullness of fire, lungs, tongues, and whispers meeting every need for the sake of the kingdom.... | | Pentecost Prayer: Breath of God Catherine Gorman's prayer of commitment for Pentecost Sunday, inspired by Acts 2, speaks to themes of truth, justice, change, and valuing all people. | | Pentecost Prayer: Holy Spirit, Help Us Christine Longhurst presents an intercessory prayer for Pentecost selected from the Church of Scotland’s Starters for Sunday site. | | Scenes from the New Testament: Pentecost This fresco, attributed to Giotto Di Bondone but not universally accepted as such, depicts Pentecost as it is told in Acts 2. The Holy Spirit, represented as a dove, descends on the gathered disciples. | |