Liturgy Lessons

Worship will be our eternal occupation. In the meantime, here are some thoughts about the way we practice it at Church of the Servant.

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Liturgy Lesson: Trumpets, Tears and Ashes

Each Sunday we gather to worship having spent the week scattered at different places of work.  Worshipping together reminds us...

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Liturgy Lesson: The Story of Creation

Every week when we come together for worship, through our liturgy, we enter into a story. This story is not...

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New Psalm Contest – Interesting Facts

Liturgy Lesson appearing in the liturgy on Sunday, January 27, 2019: In today’s worship service we are privileged to premier...

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Liturgy Lesson: The Affirmation of Baptism Pendant

Another important faith milestone celebrated at Church of the Servant is affirmation of baptism. For those not baptized as infants,...

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Liturgy Lesson: Baptismal Bib and Banner

It is our great joy to witness the sacrament of holy baptism during the worship service this morning. It is...

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Liturgy Lesson: Baptism of the Lord

Here at COS we often follow the Revised Common Lectionary (a 3-year schedule of Sunday readings that follows the seasons...

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Liturgy Lesson: Trinity Changes

For these last weeks of the Trinity season we will worship using a liturgy that is based in the Psalms....

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Liturgy Lesson: The Church of the Servant New Psalm Contest

When I tell other worship leaders that I serve at Church of the Servant, they often reply, “That’s the church...

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Liturgy Lesson: Dot, dot, dot…

Today’s printed liturgy introduces something brand new to Church of the Servant’s worship: the ellipsis. Grammatically aware worshipers will know...

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Liturgy Lesson: Treasures Old and New

In Matthew 13:52 Jesus says these enigmatic words to his disciples: “Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the...

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Liturgy Lesson: About Those Hyenas…

One of the things that drew me to Church of the Servant was its commitment to worship that is “Reformed...

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Liturgy Lesson: Jesus, Lover of My Soul

It would be hard to find a hymn that has made such an imprint on the heart of the Christian...

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