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As you start to think about Advent, don't forget Christ the King Sunday which is the Sunday before Advent begins. It is a chance to remind us that Christ reigns over all things and why we eagerly await his coming during Advent.

The attached resources include some options for a call to worship or confession and assurance as well as Lord's Supper

For more resources for Christ the King Sunday see Reformed Worship


Below is a starter list of songs to help your church celebrate Christ's dominion over all things. Comment your favorite Christ the King Sunday songs below! 

“All Creatures Of Our God And King (Lasst Uns Erfreuen)” by St. Francis of Assisi and William Henry Draper

“All Hail The Power Of Jesus' Name (Coronation)” by Edward Perronet, John Rippon, and Oliver Holden

“Ancient of Days” by Gary Sadler and Jamie Harvill

“Before The Throne Of God Above” by Charitie Lees Bancroft and Vikki Cook

“Christ Is Mine Forevermore” by Jonny Robinson and Rich Thompson

“Come People Of The Risen King” by Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty, and Stuart Townend

“Crown Him With Many Crowns (Diademata)” by George Job, Elvey Godfrey, and Thring Matthew Bridges

“Glory To God Forever” by Steve Fee and Vicky Beeching

“Jerusalem” by Jonny Robinson, Rich Thompson, and Tiarne Tranter

“Jesus Shall Reign” by Ed Cash, Isaac Watts, John C. Hatton, Keith Getty, and Kristyn Getty

“King Of Glory” by Brett Younker, Hank Bentley, Jason Ingram, Kristian Stanfill, and Matt Maher

“King Of Heaven” by Jason Ingram and Paul Baloche

“King Of My Heart” by John Mark McMillan and Sarah McMillan

“O Worship The King (Lyons)” by Johann Michael Haydn and Robert Grant

“Reign In Us” by Ben Glover, Jon Neufeld, and Tim Neufeld

“What A Beautiful Name” by Ben Fielding and Brooke Ligertwood

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