All Saints Day Worship Guide

For a long time all Christians called each other “saints.” They were all saints regardless of how well or badly they lived, of how experienced or inexperienced they were. The word saint did not refer to the quality or virtue of their acts, but to the kind of life to which they had been chosen, life on a battlefield.

Eugene H. Peterson

Worship Resources (Liturgy & Sermon)

Below are some of the major themes for All Saints’ Day. Click on the links to find the resources you need:

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