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Sermons for Outdoor Services

Today, we examine the best Sermons for Outdoor Services, sermons for sunday service and easy sermons to preach. People, we’ve got a lot of ground to cover today. I know you’re all here because you want to be outside and commune with nature, but we need to talk about what’s really important: each other.

I’m not going to lie—it’s been a rough week for me. I woke up feeling like there was something missing from my life, and it wasn’t until I got out here that I realized what it was: YOU.

So let’s focus on the things that matter most: our family, our friends and neighbors, the people who make our lives complete. Let’s forget about everything else and just enjoy this beautiful day together!

When you’re preaching to a crowd from an open air pulpit, you have a lot of flexibility in terms of the type and length of sermon you can deliver. The main thing to keep in mind is that your audience will be listening carefully for specific information, so make sure you have it all prepared before you start speaking.

Here are some tips for delivering a successful sermon for open air preaching:

  • Make sure your topic is something everyone can relate to. If possible, choose something relevant to everyone in the crowd—and something they’ll find interesting enough to listen through the entire sermon.
  • Try using humor where appropriate! It can really help break up the monotony of listening to someone talk at length about something that doesn’t interest them very much. Just make sure it’s appropriate for the occasion and not offensive or inappropriate in any way (no jokes about religion or politics).
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Sermons for Outdoor Services

(1 of 7): “The rest of God”

In the first chapter of the book of Psalms, David writes:

“The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” (Psalm 27:1).

Have you ever felt like this verse was written just for you? Maybe it’s because, like David, we all have times when we feel unsafe or insecure—even when we’re surrounded by people who love us. But no matter where we go or what challenges come our way, God has promised to be with us. He will never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5). God is also a refuge and strength when times get tough. When life seems overwhelming or difficult to bear alone, let your heart rest in Him as He promises to help us through whatever storms may come along.

(2 of 7): “Love your neighbors as yourself”

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(3 of 7): “The Lord will guide you always”

The Lord will guide you always.

He will guide you in the right paths.

He will be with you and will never leave you.

No matter what happens, he won’t abandon you!

(4 of 7): “The God who is there”

We know that the God who is there is with us always. The God who is there is with us when we are out in nature, when we are at work, when we are on a train or bus or plane. The God who is there is with us when we drive to the store to buy groceries, and the God who is there is also with us when we go home again and get our mail. The God who is there knows all about your day—your ups and downs, your moments of joy and sadness—and he loves you no matter what happens or where you go or how far away you feel from him at any given time.

(5 of 7): “Righteousness and peace will kiss each other”

Righteousness and peace will kiss each other. That is a beautiful thought. And it’s true—this is exactly what happens in the story of King David, who was a righteous man, and Abigail, who was married to one of his men. When Abigail came to see him and he asked her why she was there, she told him the whole story about how her husband Nabal had insulted David’s men when they were staying at his house (1 Samuel 25). She offered to give David half of everything that belonged to Nabal if only he would forgive this insult. She also said that if David wanted more than half, then she’d give it all away so as not to cause any more trouble between them!

Abigail’s actions showed great love for both God and people; therefore we have an example before us today: righteousness will come together with peace when we show love towards others

(6 of 7): “Work for justice. Help the oppressed.”

  • Vigorously pursue justice.
  • The Lord is our judge, and he will render to every man according to his deeds. Therefore, “do not oppress the widow or the fatherless, the alien or the poor; do not plot evil against each other.”
  • Be fair to the poor.
  • Do not take advantage of anyone, especially if they are weak or powerless; “you shall do no injustice in court” (Exodus 23:6). Do not exploit people because you can get away with it; instead “love your neighbor as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18).

(7 of 7): “Make a joyful noise to the Lord!”

Singing is a good way to praise God. It brings people together, and it’s a way that you can express your feelings. There are many different songs that we could sing at this service, but here are just a few ideas:

  • Praise Him! (Psalm 113)
  • Behold the Lamb of God (John 1:29-36)
  • I Will Sing of My Redeemer (Lamentations 3)

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Let’s start with the basics. God is with us when we are out in nature. This can be a hard concept to wrap our heads around, because most of us have been taught that God resides somewhere else—in our churches and synagogues, on holy ground, in heaven. But if you look around at the beauty of creation and consider how it’s been here for billions of years before us and will be here long after we’re gone, then perhaps you’ll begin to understand that God is right where we are all along: in this world He created.

I find it helpful to think of my time outdoors as a time for me not just to enjoy nature but also connect spiritually with God through nature—to commune with Him throughout creation by experiencing His handiwork firsthand rather than simply reading about it or hearing sermons about it (which I think still has value). And what better way can there be than spending time outside?

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Hello, and welcome to our outdoor service.

I hope you find this service to be a place where you can come and connect with God, and where you’re able to hear from Him on a deep level.

I know that sometimes it can be hard to be in nature—it’s loud, there are bugs flying around your face, and it’s not always easy to feel like you’re at peace. But I hope that today, as we spend this time together, we’ll be able to hear from God and experience His presence in a way that is special for us.

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