CALL TO WORSHIP FOR 4TH OF JULY
Disturbed on the Fourth of July - ChurchLeaders
Disturbed on the Fourth of July. By. Jonathan Batteas - July 5, 2011. 0. SHARES. Share Pin Tweet. Our call to worship that 4th of July weekend was “This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land.” After the Color Guard presented the flag, we stood, said the Pledge of Allegiance and then sang “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
re:Worship: Call to Worship: Independence Day
Here’s a contemporary call to worship written for American Independence Day (July 4), but useful for national celebrations in other countries as well. For other worship resources, scroll down to the list of "Labels" below, or see the "Search" box above. Page Views.
Ministry Matters™ | Worship Connection: July 1, 2012
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Happy 4th of July, America!
4th of July: Happy US Independence Day! Independence Day Prayer: Almighty God, bless our nation and make it true to the ideas of freedom and justice and brotherhood for all who make it great. Guard us from war, from fire and wind, from comprise, fear and confusion.
Independence Day Worship Resources Textweek
A Litany for Independence Day, Rick Morley, 2012. A Call to Worship for Independence Day, UMC GBOD. Independence Day Litany, Prayers, & Reflection, Lisa Clark, Mt Carmel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Portland, OR. A Prayer for the Fifth of July, Jim Somerville, 2010. Graphics and Bulletin Materials: CHURCH PowerPoint, Rev. Dorothy Okray.
re:Worship: Call to Worship Litany: Psalm 33
Here’s a call to worship based on Psalm 33, the suggested psalm reading for Proper 5A or Proper 14C. It would also be appropriate for times of national celebration like
Ministry Matters™ | Classic Worship Connection: July 2, 2017
Calls to WorshipPrayers, Reading, BenedictionArtistic ElementsL: Welcome to each and every one of you!P: Thank you. L: May the joy we have in our Lord Jesus Christ become your joy also.P: We have found a welcoming presence in this house of the Lord.L: Thanks be to God who has welcomed each one of us!P: Let us extend that same loving welcome to others. AMEN.See more on ministrymatters
Worship Resources for July 7, 2019—Fourth Sunday after
Worship Resources for July 7, 2019—Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. By Rev. Mindi On June 28, 2019 · Leave a Comment. Call us to repent, to turn back to You. Open our hearts to discern Your voice, and to place our trust in You, our Maker, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Amen. Blessing/Assurance Our heart hums the tune that our Maker sings.
Be Careful What You Worship on July 4 | CT Pastors
I've been a part of numerous churches that celebrated American Independence Day with abandon: 80-foot flags hanging from the ceilings, singing the "Star Spangled Banner" and "I'm Proud to Be an American" and even— most disturbing to me as I reflect back—saying the Pledge of Allegiance during our corporate worship.