The centerpiece of many churches is the weekly worship experience. Identified with vibrant preaching, spirit-filled music, prayer, scripture and more, dynamic worship can bring together generations and people of different backgrounds to honor the God of all creation.
The Great Plains Conference has worked with with congregations across Kansas and Nebraska to develop a full worship service, or components for churches to choose from, for online worship during the Easter season.
Though the intent of these resources is to provide content for the Sunday after Easter, most of them may be used at any time.
While the music is public domain, it is still highly recommended that churches have a CCLI license and a streaming license to use this content.
Do you have public domain music performances you'd like to share for use in local congregations? Email Todd Seifert to contribute to the resources on this page.
These videos of music, scripture readings and other worship components are available as individual downloads. Use all of them, or choose the ones you prefer for your context. These resources are in development and will be updated as components become ready.
Check out our videos of public domain Christmas carols, scripture readings, prayers, a sermon by Bishop Ruben Saenz Jr., and more!
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