Reign of Christ Celebration

Reign of Christ Celebration Christ is King! for the Community

Modern Song Focus on Contemporary Church Artists

Everyone is Welcome!
Reign of Christ is King Celebration Introduction:

So much political social construct in Daniel! Today many people around the globe experience political domination, terror, and persecution. God the Father gives sovereignty to Christ the King to empower the oppressed and pursue just rule on earth as we anticipate in heaven.

Our focus is on the Lord as Creator and Sustainer of that Creation. Ps. 93:1. Although this big picture is not always visible to our mind’s eye as we meet and deal with life’s challenges, we turn our attention to this belief on Christ is King Sunday.

In Revelations we turn our attention to the timeless glory of God, the faithful ministry of Jesus Christ, the benefits of our salvation, our hope in Christ’s glorious return, the fate of those who reject Christ, and God’s rule over every earthly dominion. Theologian Rev. Dr. Greg Carey.

Jesus intentionally evades a direct answer to Pilate’s question regarding kingship. Pilate is exploiting the unfortunate dilemma that is facing Christ right now. Jesus knows that Pilate is using the moment to disturb the stability of Jewish political society. John 18:36.

Reign of Christ is King Celebration Scripture:

His dominion is an everlasting dominion that shall not pass away, and his kingship is one that shall never be destroyed. Dan. 7:9-14.

The LORD is king, he is robed in majesty. Ps. 93:1.

I am the Alpha and the Omega says the Lord God. Rev. 1:8.

My kingdom is not from this world. John 18:36.
Lord is King Psalm 93 song

Bill Monaghan


Shepherd of Israel, hear our prayer

as your Son heard the plea

of the criminal crucified with him.

Gather into Christ’s holy reign

the broken, the sorrowing, and the sinner,

that all may know

wholeness, joy, and forgiveness. Amen.

All Things Bright and Beautiful

Cecil Frances Alexander (1848).


All things bright and beautiful,

all creatures great and small,

all things wise and wonderful,

the Lord God made them all.


As the shepherd who cares for the flock, O God,

you guide all things through Jesus

whom you have exalted over all creation as king.

Hear the prayers we offer in his name

for the creation he cherished

and that you entrust to us.

Look upon your people who rejoice in your justice and mercy,

and grant that the prayers we make

may reveal Christ’s reign in our time. Amen.

Jesus, Name Above All Names.

Nadia Hearn. (1974).

Maranatha Singers

Jesus name above all names

Beautiful Savior glorious Lord

Emmanuel God is with us

Blessed Redeemer living Word.


Almighty God,

you remembered the oath you swore to David

and so established a glorious realm of salvation

through Jesus of Nazareth, his heir.

Train our eyes to see your righteous rule,

that, standing firmly in hope

before the powers of this world,

we may heed your voice

and be constant in your truth. Amen.

Now thank we all our God.

Catherine Winkworth. (1636).

Cambridge Singers.

Now thank we all our God

with heart and hands and voices,

who wondrous things has done,

in whom his world rejoices;

who from our mothers’ arms

has blessed us on our way

with countless gifts of love,

and still is ours today.


Most High God, majestic and almighty,

our beginning and our end:

rule in our hearts

and guide us to be faithful in our daily actions,

worshiping the one who comes

as Savior and Sovereign,

and who lives and reigns with you

in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God. Amen.

Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart

Eph. 5:19-20.

Henry Smith (1970).

Don Moen.

Give thanks with a grateful heart

Give thanks to the Holy One

Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son.

We are all stewards spreading the Word of Jesus’ blessings for His people.

Picnic Fellowship Activities for the Entire Family!

Of course lively discussion and activities will be available!

Perhaps you may prefer to sit and visit!

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