Pentecost Sunday Worship Resources
Want to create a special Pentecost Sunday worship service this year? To help inspire you, we’ve compiled a list of available worship resources to help you create an amazing Pentecost Sunday.
Different traditions vary in their liturgical calendar and what existing resources are available. The purpose of this post is to inspire creativity in your church to celebrate Pentecost in a unique and special way.
Songs sung in worship help to commemorate the pouring out of the Holy Spirit and the unleashing of the gospel to all nations. Imagine how amazing it would be to mark the occasion with a multilingual worship song! There are a number of resources available to help if you have never tried something like this before. We’ve also included English-centric resources too.
- Multilingual song – Let Us Love: (coming soon!)
- Multicultural worship resources
- Hymns for Pentecost
- Calvin Institute of Worship’s Top Songs for Pentecost
- Cardiphonia’s list
- Contemporary style music
Here are some easy arts and craft activities to include the kids and families in the celebration. These are great ways to introduce the story of Pentecost to the next generation, as well as a way to incorporate fun colors and art for the whole church to enjoy.
These are just some resources and ideas to help you get started. Do you have other ideas that aren’t listed here? Share them with us on the Project Pentecost Facebook page!
This post is written for Project Pentecost, a movement of people and churches striving to reflect the diversity of God’s kingdom in churches today.
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This multilingual song is available under an open license. This means you can freely use this song for worship in church. If you want to contribute a singable translation under an open license, feel free to do so and send it to us so we can share it.We currently have...read more
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