I’m leading worship in Clydebank on Sunday, and it’s Harvest. It’s an all age service and this is the first time I’ve led worship there.
Any thoughts? Ideas? HELP!!!
My past experiences of harvest services have been a little ‘unreal’. They tend to be jolly occasions when we sing songs about sewing and ploughing and generally thank God that we have lots of food. I don’t want to play that down because I am grateful that we have enough food but I’m thinking that Harvest should make some reference to how difficult life is for farmers just now, how difficult life is for millions of people around the world who don’t have enough.
I’d be happy to go at it in a sermon but it’s an all age service and that makes that message a little trickier. Or does it?