The Sermon Log form is available free to download and print below for your Pastor(s) and/or Minister(s) to track their sermons.
This log form for sermons will help your Pastor and/or ministers to track their sermons at your church or any other church or organization.
This form includes: Record #, Sermon Date and Time, Sermon Title, Pastor or Minister's Name, Place of Sermon with City and State and Sermon Notes. You can make several copies to put in a binder, etc. to help track their sermons.
What is a Sermon?
A sermon is a talk on a religious or moral subject, especially one given during a church service and based on a passage from the Bible. These sermons are normally given by a member of a religious institution or clergy.
What is a Difference between a Speech and a Sermon?
There is a difference. A speech (at least in the relevant context) is a formal address or discourse delivered to an audience ("He gave a speech about the Microsoft Office program"), and a sermon is a talk on a religious or moral subject, especially one given during a church service and based on a passage from the Bible (I preached my first sermon on John 3:16".).
A sermon has an authority that a normal speech doesn't have and that authority does not come from the position of the Pastor. The authority comes from the passage of Biblical Scripture that is being preached on. A sermon should not be a motivational speech with a little illustration from the Bible. A sermon should be authoritative and an expounding of Scripture because it's so thoroughly Biblical.
These sermons are extremely important for churches and their Pastors and/or ministers. Many churches have their Pastors and/or minister's sermons recorded in various ways but if you need a way to just track mainly the sermon titles with dates, notes, minister's name, etc. then download the log form below for tracking sermons.
If you want or need a simple way to track these sermons that will also track church events such as baptisms, weddings, baby dedications and much more then check out this awesome database I created called Pastoral Recordbase (Event/Sermon Tracking Database) below!