The following liturgies are intended to guide worshipers who are sheltering at home through the patterns of worship.
Official post of Worship Ministries of the Christian Reformed Church
Ruth Ann Shuringa shares a service and encourage for using Facebook Live to connect with your congregation.
A Lord's Supper liturgy for use during COVID-19 with approval from elders/church leadership.
The following insights are gleaned from scripture, church history, Reformed theology, and church order, as well as conversations and Facebook posts.
This template was developed by Rev. Brad Zwiers, Minister of Faith Formation at Calvin CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich., and can be easily adapted and updated for use over multiple weeks.
This resource, created by Pastor Summer Mohrlong of Sanctuary CRC in Seattle, WA, provides an explanation of, and a template for, the practice of Lectio Divina.
This is a call to worship leaders/pastors to pray together and/or share struggles and prayer requests.
How does the church worship virtually? How might we worship in small groups, with family and children, or as individuals? Here are some resources to help.
This resource utilizes each finger and its size and use as a reminder for items to hold in prayer. Good for all ages.
This is an alternative worship liturgy for family or home worship that involves eating a meal together. Can be done with all ages.
Thank you, Katie Roelofs, from Washington DC, for this beautiful service. Katie is one of the Endorsed Worship Coaches for the Worship Ministries office. Just giving credit where credit is due....posted on: Worship: In the Morning When I Rise
It can be either, Staci. It will depend on what works best for those involved. So while some coaching will be done 'in person', video conferencing will certainly make this accessible to almost...posted on: CRC Worship Coaches Available
Yes. Email [email protected] and I'll make sure you get a copy.posted on: "Telling God's Story" Worship Conference
So happy and thankful for your mother-in-law's new heart. Amen to your thoughts here! Thank you for this beautiful piece.posted on: New Hearts and New Prayers
Yes - my church (Friendship CRC) has many of their programs meeting on Wednesday evening - Gems, Cadets, senior choir, praise team, and various fundraising suppers. Seems to work well. (Diane...posted on: Does Your Church Have Midweek Programming?
Hi Renee - they are attached now. (I was having trouble getting all of the files to attach to the post at first). They are great resources.
Yes, thanks for those prayers and encouragement for worship leaders, planners, and participants! It is so important.posted on: Worship Roundtable
Ruth Ann - what a great idea to have a round-table 'locally'. I'd love to hear how that goes! Maybe it will inspire more worship leaders to do that. There's nothing better than just sitting around...posted on: Worship Roundtable
I love my time in the car each morning listening to music. This morning I was touched and inspired by the songs "Counting Every Blessing" by Rend Collective and "First" by Lauren Daigle....posted on: Worship Songs: Current Favorites?
Thanks for your question, Jeff. There is a large selection of instrumental music available for Lift Up Your Hearts hymnal at Hymnary.org/hymnal/LUYH2013, click here. Select the song, then go...posted on: Lift Up Your Hearts Accompaniment?