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Worship Guides for 3/29/2020

“I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the LORD!’” (Psalm 122) Dear church, the psalmists remind us at many points and in many ways how good and sweet it is to worship our God. We hunger for the day we can again do that together in person as a...

Biola’s The Lent Project

Biola University's Center for Christianity, Culture, and Arts has curated a collection of prayers, essays, music, visual art, and poems for each day of Lent. You can find it here.

A Prayer for Those Who Must Worship Alone

Adapted by our own Evan Nielsen from “A liturgy before a meal eaten alone,” in Every Moment Holy, by Douglas Kaine McKelvey You created us for companionship, O God, for the sharing of burdens, for the joining of celebrations, for gathering in fellowship, and so it is...

Worship Guides for 3/22/2020

Dear church, These days are filled with uncertainty, loss, and anxiety for many of us. I am praying for us that we would personally know God to be “our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” (Psalm 46). Please let me know any ways we can be supporting...

A Prayer for Those Who Know Not How to Respond in Light of COVID-19

“A Liturgy for Those Who Know Not How to Respond in Light of COVID-19” Adapted by our own Kate Alana Powlus from “A liturgy for those flooded by Too Much Information,” in Every Moment Holy, by Douglas Kaine McKelvey In a world so wired and interconnected, Our anxious...

Worship Guides for 3/15/2020

Dear church, Here are a couple resources the staff prepared for our worship tomorrow and throughout the week: 1. A Worship Guide (simplified liturgy) to use at home or in small groups. Note that it contains links to audio files for a short sermon and a song. 2. A...

Recent Worship Services

Listed below are links to recordings of recent online Boulevard worship services. For just the sermon audio, see our sermon page.

Sunday Morning Worship 3/29/2020

Family & Personal Prayer

St. Bede’s Breviary: An automated Book of Common Prayer with intuitive options. Great for those new to praying the daily office.

The Lent Project by Biola University’s Center for Christianity, Culture, and the Arts: a curated a collection of prayers, essays, music, visual art, and poems for each day of Lent.