All Saints Day
On this Day of the Saints, let us give honor to those who hallowed this earth by their prayers and by the way they walked in the light of God. Let us remember the giants of faith on whose shoulders we stand.All Saints Day/All Hallows Eve Prayer with Libation »
We give you thanks, O God,
for all the saints who ever worshiped you
Whether in brush arbors or cathedrals,
Weathered wooden churches or crumbling cement meeting houses
Where your name was lifted and adored.
This service may be used on November 1 or the first Sunday in November.All Saints’ Day/Sunday - A Service of Holy Communion »
Let someone read these words from Hebrews 12:1: Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses ... let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us.Family Litany for All Saints Day »
The hymns listed here are from The United Methodist Hymnal and The Faith We Sing.Hymns for All Saints Day (November 1) »
Today, for many Christians, the stories and prayers of martyrs are at best "old words" locked in "old books" or "old libraries." They are also rarely guests at all, much less novel guests. But thanks in part to this collection, they may become more familiar and welcome guests. We can all hear them, and we can share them in study and worship, in all their wonderful strangeness, with fresh new arrangements in music, comprehensive liner notes with background and lyrics, and an expanding video collection.“The White-Robed Army of Martyrs Praise Thee”: A Review of “Martyrs Prayers” »
You, Lord, have shown us light:
The light of a million candles sharing their faith.
I looked over Jordan, that river we all will eventually cross...O Lord, what a vision.O Lord, What a Vision: Call to Worship for All Saints Day »