At-Home Worship Resources

Resources for Spiritual Growth

Worship is Love of God Embodied

 

We gather week after week to celebrate God's faithfulness and to listen to the Gospel together. Yet, worship isn't only something done in a sanctuary on a Sunday morning. When sickness or weather or travel or something else prevents us from gathering as a full community, we should still lift our hearts to the Lord. We can do this with small groups or, if necessary, on our own. See below for resources to utilize in your at-home or small group worship.

Worship Services for Home Use

 

At-Home Worship: Sunday, March 29, 2020

This service invites us to remember the hope we have in Christ the Lord. Join us as we read stories of hope, sing songs of resurrection, and have a look around our beautiful sanctuary. Click here to utilize this resource now. Share the video to help others find hope in Christ during these strange times.

At-Home Worship: Sunday, March 22, 2020

Let's sing and pray together for comfort and peace. Click here to watch or utilize our communal worship for the Fourth Sunday of Lent. If you were blessed by the video or liturgy, why not share it with your friends through Facebook or in an e-mail?

At-Home Worship: Sunday, March 15, 2020

Click here for a full service of Scripture, songs, prayers, and preaching. This liturgy is a great deal like our Sunday morning worship but includes additional times for meditation and discussion. After praying the liturgy, why not go to our Facebook page and share how the Spirit moved in you during your time of worship?

Collections of Services & Prayers

Calvin's Institute of Christian Worship collected prayers and services for use at home. You can view it by clicking here.

The Christian Reformed Church of North America offers a table liturgy for use at home with family (and, at your very serious discretion, friends). View it here.

Other Resources

Music

Click here to listen to a playlist on Spotify. This playlist contains a mix of hymns and other forms of worship music. It was created specifically for encouragement and hope in light of COVID-19.