Sermon Livestream and Recorded Sermon Videos

To view this Sunday’s sermon livestream, visit’s livestream page or watch via Resurrection’s Facebook page. To access recorded sermons, visit the Guided Household Worship Sermon Video page or our Sermon Audio page.

Guided Household Worship Materials for Sunday Morning and Evening, March 29, 2020

Sunday Morning, 10:30 a.m.
March 29 Morning Worship Plan for Couples and Families
March 29 Morning Worship Plan for Individuals
Sunday Evening, 6:00 p.m.
March 29 Evening Worship Plan for Couples and Families
March 29 Evening Worship Plan for Individuals
Audio files for accompaniment of hymns and Psalms.
Livestream Sources’s YouTube livestream page
Resurrection OPC’s Facebook page (for Facebook Live)
To receive sheet music for Psalms and hymns (which cannot be posted online), please email

Guided Household Worship for Resurrection OPC

Beginning Sunday, March 22, Resurrection’s in-person corporate worship services are going to be temporarily suspended. As long as the COVID-19 pandemic prevents us from gathering for corporate worship, we are going to engage instead in “Guided Household Worship” during the times we would ordinarily gather for corporate worship. You and your family are warmly welcome to join us.

At 10:30 each Sunday morning and 6:00 each Sunday evening (our normal worship times), all of us will gather in our homes to worship God as households–parents with their children, husbands with their wives, single people alone or with a friend.

Resurrection’s session will provide everyone with a common worship plan for each household to use. Think of this as like a “liturgy” or “order of service,” but adapted for you to use together at home. It will include many of the familiar and biblical elements we often engage in corporately–prayer, praise, confessing your faith, and reading from the word of God.

For hymns and Psalms, we will provide both sheet music and audio files to help you sing.

At 11:00 each Sunday morning and 6:30 p.m. in the evening, connect to Resurrection’s Facebook page (you do not have to have a Facebook account to access it–it’s open to the public). The sermons will be streamed there in real time via Facebook Live.

For some, “family worship” is very familiar and a regular practice in your home. For you, this will likely all seem very intuitive. For others, it might be a real challenge, but don’t be discouraged–give it a try and expect it to be a blessing, even the parts that feel odd or unnatural! In fact, I hope that this becomes a rich opportunity–that household worship will become a regular daily fixture in all of our homes, long after this fleeting pandemic is a distant memory. 

Remember what we’re doing here–not going through the motions of religious ritual to suit ourselves–we’re offering ourselves to God to serve Him through “a sacrifice of praise … , the fruit of lips that acknowledge his name” (Hebrews 13:15) and hungering and thirsting together for His word. 

To receive recent updates and Guided Household Worship materials for this Sunday, email Pastor Simmons at