02 Nov

All Saints Sunday/Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost

Worship planners will need to make careful selections today among the readings and emphases. All Saints Day is a “major feast day” historically in the life of the church, and it may be significant in your congregation as a day of remembering all those in “the company of heaven” with whom we always worship, especially around the Lord’s Table. As such, an All Saints emphasis in some way—whether through Scripture and preaching or through other actions in worship, or both -- should be recognized.

References:
(Daylight Saving Time Ends)
All Saints Sunday (White or Red)
Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost -- May be used on first Sunday in November (Green)
Color(s):

White or Red for All Saints (Green for 21st Sunday After Pentecost)

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