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Top Songs for Pentecost
Six pastors and church musicians list their top songs for Pentecost. You can find most of these songs on Hymnary.org or YouTube.
Article | May 20, 2021
3 Songs for Easter and Pentecost / 3 Cantos para Pascua de Resurrección y Pentecostés
Carlos Colón demonstrates and talks about three songs for Easter and Pentecost, as part of the series "Songs from the hymnal / Cantos del himnario 'Santo, Santo, Santo / Holy, Holy, Holy.'"
Musical Composition | Video | April 13, 2020
A visual symbol that can be placed on the cover of service bulletins, within the written liturgy, or on a large screen display.
Image | March 28, 2017
Pentecost Resource Guide Slideshow
View a slideshow of visual arts from various churches.
Slideshow | April 15, 2015
An Ascension Day and Pentecost Virtual Roundtable
Six pastors reflect on two events that make all the difference for the Christian church
Article | March 25, 2015
Coop's Column - Longing to Delight and Honor God
In these meditations on the work of the Holy Spirit in believers’ lives, we are considering seven features about Christians which the English Puritan Christians said are Spirit-prompted and Spirit-endowed and which ought to mark the lives of those who aim to follow Jesus faithfully. Christians who do display these qualities are LUI, Living Under the Influence of the Spirit. This week we consider the fourth of these marks: “Deep Longing to Delight and Honor God.”
Reflection | June 17, 2013
Coop's Column - God present and active
Pentecost is a day for the church to loudly sings its thanks and praise.
Reflection | May 16, 2013
Coop's Column - Pentecost
Pentecost Sunday is a day to celebrate, with full-throated thanksgiving and joy, Jesus' sending of his Holy Spirit. And, Pentecost Monday and the entire succession of days during Pentecost season, are a time of summons and challenge. Pentecost season is a time for the church to remind believers of their daily, lifelong call to bear witness to their Lord and to engage in his mission.
Reflection | May 25, 2012
Planning and Leading Worship for Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost
A course from this syllabus examines how Christian worship both expresses and shapes our understanding of the life of Jesus Christ, with particular attention given to how celebrations of Advent, Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost reflect assumptions about the doctrines of incarnation, atonement, and ecclesiology.
Article | March 12, 2012
Songs for Pentecost & the Holy Spirit
A list of songs to use during Pentecost or sermons on the Holy Spirit
Article | May 12, 2011
Weekday Chapel: The Wind of the Spirit
Because the first Pentecost was such a dramatic multi-sensory event, with surprising sights and sounds and experiences, we celebrated it in worship accompanied by visuals and sound effects.
Worship Service | May 12, 2011
Pentecost Resource Guide
This list of Pentecost resources, including hymns, songs, visual arts, books, and sermon ideas, will help you plan worship for Pentecost Sunday, traditionally celebrated 50 days after Easter. Pentecost celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit on Jesus’ disciples, marked by a strong wind, tongues of fire, and manifested in the disciples’ speaking in foreign languages.
Resource Guide | May 10, 2011
Sensing the Spirit
A look at sensing the Holy Spirit during Pentecost, includes a litany for a service
Article | December 14, 2010
Visual Arts in Pentecost- Orchard Hill Reformed Church
A slideshow of art installations for the season of Epiphany at Church of the Servant.
Slideshow | November 30, 2010
Visual Arts in Pentecost- Church of the Servant
A slideshow of art installations for the season of Easter at Church of the Servant.
Slideshow | November 30, 2010
An Introduction to Pentecost Season and Summer
Your worship planning has likely been marked by a good bit of intensity in recent weeks. The season of Lent followed by Holy Week and Easter require a great deal of effort by worship planners, preachers, and worship leaders. The services have hopefully all had a consistent theme focused on the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord.
Article | October 27, 2010
A Litany of Hope
A Litany of Hope based on Ezekiel 37:11. This litany came from an article in Reformed Worship magazine. It offers prayer for restoration and salvation, and gives thanks for the promise of new life.
Article | March 01, 2009
Praying the Psalms
In our worship we enter into a dialogue between God and God’s people—a dialogue that neither begins with our entrance nor ends with our exit. More accurately we are joining in a conversation that started long before we ever showed up. Indeed, worship is a cosmic gathering in which we are privileged to participate.
Article | March 01, 2009
A View from Latin America: An Interview with Gerardo Oberman
A pastor/musician/liturgist from Argentina speaks of the many changes in worship in his country and throughout South America in the past generation, especially with respect to the influence of Pentecostalism. Since many Latin Americans have migrated in recent years to the United States, his perspective may well help North American churches understand better the complex dynamics of worship life in Central and South America.
Audio | January 01, 2008
- Prayers for God's Leading
- The Beatitudes: 2022 Calvin Symposium on Worship Preaching Theme
- Praying for God’s Leading: Philippians 1:9-11
- Diversity & Inclusion for All
- Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on Earthkeeping, the Church, and Generational Differences
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