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Resources for Pentecost Sunday worship planning

Litanies, poem, sermon, commentary, and a script for a choral reading of Acts 2:1-13

by Ken Sehested

Summon your nerve,” a call to the table on Pentecost

• “Pentecostal Passion,” a poem

T.S. Eliot’s Pentecostal agenda,” an essay

• “Summon your nerve,” a call to the table on Pentecost Sunday

• “All together,” a litany for Pentecost

• “This Little Flock of Jesus,” a litany for worship

• “The promise of Pentecost,” a sermon

• “Adelante—Keep Moving Forward,” a litany for worship

• “Worthy,” a litany for worship inspired by Psalm 29 and the Pentecost story in Acts 2

• “Pentecost,” a litany for worship

Earth Day: The link between Easter and Pentecost,” an essay

Loosed for life and love’s consent,” a litany for worship inspired by Acts 2:42-47

• “Kindle slavery’s funeral pyre,” a litany for worship inspired by Exodus 13:17-22 & the story of Pentecost in Acts 2

• “Why Psalm 104:35 needs to be included in the reading for Pentecost Sunday (Year A),” brief commentary

• “Day of Pentecost choral reading,” a script for choral reading, inspired by Acts 2:1-13

©ken sehested @ prayerandpolitiks.org