This page contains selected resources for you to use for devotions, study, or worship at home. Check back often, as we will continue updating this page with new resources on a regular basis.
Service of Holy Communion – Pentecost 20 – The order of service for the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, October 18, 2020.
Service of Holy Communion – Pentecost 19 – The order of service for the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, October 11, 2020.
Worship at Home – A brief guide to with resources for observing worship or family devotions when you can’t be in congregational worship.
Daily Office – A document containing the order of worship for Morning Prayer (Matins), Evening Prayer (Vespers), and Night Prayer (Compline). Together, these services of prayer (collectively called the Daily Office) have given structure to the life of Christian communities for over a thousand years. They can be a very helpful resource for structuring a time of prayer, worship, and devotion for you and your family.
Prayer at the Close of the Day (Compline) – A traditional service of prayer for night, to be used at the end of the day. Part of the cycle of services called the Daily Office.
Examen Resources – a PDF with five different versions of the Examen, plus links to various Examen resources on the web.
Daily Discipleship Pentecost 20 – A brief, two page study on the assigned Scripture texts for Sunday, October 18th. Useful for individuals or families.
Daily Discipleship Pentecost 19 – A brief, two page study on the assigned Scripture texts for Sunday, October 11th. Useful for individuals or families.
October Prayer Ventures – A topic for prayer for each day of the month, focusing on different aspects of the ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Don’t know what to pray about? These petitions can help you get started!
Camp Mount Luther Kid’s Resources – Follow this link for resources from Camp Mount Luther specifically designed for time at home during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Stations of the Cross – An interactive, visual prayer practice for Holy Week.