All Saints Day is traditionally celebrated on November 1 or the following Sunday to remember and honor those who have died and gone to heaven. This worship experience is designed as a large group gathering or as an open-house. Worshippers progress individually through seven stations, each designed to engage with an additional aspect of death and heaven.
Station topics include
~ A video sharing the story of a friend's death (optional)
~ God's presence in tragedy
~ Return from death
~ Burdens and wounds
~ Our limited perspective
~ The valley of the shadow of death
~ Burial as a beginning
~ Remembering those who have died
Included in this text are the complete instructions for setting up each station, as well as a list of additional supplies you will need (such as a piece of foil, etc.). You'll also find instructions to be copied and placed at each station, explaining to worshippers how to experience each element of worship.
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