Phillips Seminary Worship Kit

Phillips Theological Seminary is providing churches meeting online an opportunity to take a break from the weekly creation of worship by providing a ready-to-stream downloadable service.

The seminary has created the complete digital service as a gift to pastors, congregational leaders and musicians needing a break after months of being out of their church buildings.

“The Advancement Office staff felt that our friends and colleagues across the nation might need a respite from the weekly work of crafting remote worship,” said Phillips Vice President of Advancement Terry Ewing. “When we shared this idea with others at the seminary, they were eager to contribute to the digital service.”

Members of the Phillips community contributed to the service, with President Nancy Claire Pittman preaching the sermon on Ecclesiastes 2:18-26.

In addition to offering the full service, each component of worship is available for download as its own file. This means congregations in need of a specific part of worship can pick and choose what they need.

Please click on the REGISTER button to receive an email with the download link.

The worship components include: Welcome and Introduction, Prelude Music, Morning Prayer, Words of Confession and Assurance, Special Music, Scripture Reading, Sermon, Mission Moment & Offering, Prayers of the People, Communion, Doxology, Benediction, and Postlude.

Registration to receive a link to the worship service download is available now online. A link to the files will be sent to everyone who signs up. Technical questions about the video files or downloading should be emailed to Kurt Gwartney, senior director of communications at Phillips.

CLICK HERE to register for the worship files download.

CLICK HERE for technical questions or download issues.

Worship elements include:

Welcome and Introduction
Prelude Music
Morning Prayer
Words of Confession and Assurance
Special Music
Scripture Reading
Sermon
Mission Moment & Offering
Prayers of the People
Communion
Doxology
Benediction
Postlude