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Flood Litany
Flood Litany. Adapted from the Great Litany by Rev. David H. Carlson. Written after first week of flood fighting at Fort Ransom, ND Used at Sunday, March 29, 2009 Service.
First Person Passion Narratives - St. Mark
Four first person stories/narratives according to St. Mark. Characters include: Woman who anointed Jesus, Peter, Pilate & Centurion
The Passion Story from the Gospel of Mark
Narrator: It was two days before the celebration of the Feast of the Passover in the city of Jerusalem. Jesus had been in the city with his disciples for some time. He openly spoke about the fact that he would have to suffer and die to save people from their sins. He also challenged the religious authorities by condemning their self-righteous attitudes. So the Chief Priest and religious leaders met to form a plan.
The Passion Story According to St. Matthew
NARRATOR: The mood of the people in the city of Jerusalem was one of celebration and excitement. It was the week of the Feast of the Passover, a Holy day that reminded all of Israel of the time when God saved them from slavery in Egypt.
The Passion Narrative of St. Luke
NARRATOR: It was a time of celebration in the city of Jerusalem. Thousands of pilgrims from across the world were gathering for the annual Feast of the Passover. This great feast remembered how God saved the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt. It was a time to remember how God's promise to be with his people always was alive and well.
A Litany of Godspeed & Farewell
This was written to be a farewell and a blessing for both the pastor and the congregation at the time of the Pastors Retirement. It is especially helpful when used in a congregation who has a long term pastor leaving. Litany, farewell, worship
Litany of Thanksgiving and Farewell
A pastor who is retiring from ministry created this closing litany to celebrate the many years of ministry in his congregation.
Funeral Home Planning
A two page outline/resource to help the pastor help the family as they begin the funeral planning process.
Celebrating Congregational Anniversaries
Ideas on how to plan and execute celebrations of significant congregational anniversaries with worship, music and community activities.
Vigil of Easter
Presider: Dear friends in Christ, we have begun our solemn vigil. Let us now listen attentively to the Word of God, recalling how our God saved Israel throughout history and, in the fullness of time, sent the only Son, Jesus Christ, to be our Redeemer. Through this Easter celebration, may God bring to completion the saving work already begun in us by the divine mercy. Let us attend to the Word of God.
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