Worship and Sacred Actions Throughout the Year in Southern Baptist Convention Churches

Historically, Southern Baptists have observed parts of the Christian calendar, including Sunday as the Lord’s Day—the Christian Sabbath set aside for the worship of the risen Lord, and Easter Sunday. Special seasonal services, mostly of a musical character, have been customary at Christmas time, but there was no set liturgy for Christmas services or for a season of Advent. Another annual tradition was the spring revival—preaching services with evangelistic intent.

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