Welcome to our page for family worship! At All Saints, we believe part of what makes a healthy church are healthy members. And one of the most helpful disciplines for a healthy and growing Christian is regular private or family worship. On this page, you will find all of our resources to help you begin and maintain this beautiful practice that has been a blessing to so many Christians throughout history. Our family worship goal at All Saints is to encourage and equip every member to be regularly engaged in family worship as a healthy part of their daily Christian life. If there is anything else we can do to help, please don’t hesitate to let us know!
All Saints Family Worship Guides
- Frequently Asked Questions about Family Worship
- Pastor Matt's Blog Post announcing the Family Worship Initiative (April 16, 2020)
- Pastoral Letter from the Session encouraging family worship (April 18, 2020)
Books for Beginners (all links are to Amazon.com)
- Family Worship Bible Guide edited by Joel Beeke
This is a very simple book that offers a paragraph or two of explanation and devotion on every chapter of the Bible. It’s very easy to simply read the entry from this book before or after reading the text in our guide. It’s not a book about family worship, but one to help you during family worship.
- A Neglected Grace: Family Worship in the Christian Home by Jason Helopoulos
This is the primary book we are recommending for an introduction to family worship—what it is, why we do it, and how to do it well. It includes encouragements from people in all stages of life!
- Family Worship by Joel Beeke
An excellent and brief little book that looks at the biblical basis for family worship, how to do it, motivations to do it, and answers to the objections against it.
- One Year of Dinner Table Discussions and Discussion Starters by Nancy Guthrie
An excellent resource for helping you start spiritual discussions with your family.
Books for Those Wanting to Go Deeper (all links are to Amazon.com)
- Thoughts on Family Worship by James W. Alexander
This is similar to A Neglected Grace, but written almost 200 years ago. It includes a history of the practice of family worship and then several chapters on the various blessings that family worship brings.