This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

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April 24 Worship Bulletin

  Welcome & Announcements Prelude – “Rejoice, the Lord is King” – Arr. by James Mansfield *Call to Worship – Psalm 150 L: Praise the Lord! Praise God in his sanctuary! Praise God in his fortress, the sky! Praise God in his mighty acts! Praise God as suits his incredible greatness! Praise God with the blast of the ram’s horn! Praise God with lute and lyre! Praise God with drum and dance! Praise God with strings and pipe! Praise God…

May 1 Worship Bulletin

  Today we begin a 4-week sermon series entitled, “Now and Forever: Viewing the Church Through the Lens of Charles Wesley.” The theme for each Sunday will be based on the days’ lectionary reading from either Acts of Revelation, and supported by the lyrics of a hymn by Charles Wesley. The hymn which will get special focus is “And Can It Be that I Should Gain?” one of Wesley’s most beloved but lesser-sung hymns. Today’s theme is God’s amazing love.…

May 8 Worship Bulletin

  Today is the second in our 4-week sermon series entitled, “Now and Forever: Viewing the Church Through the Lens of Charles Wesley.” The theme for each Sunday will be based on the days’ lectionary reading from either Acts or Revelation, and supported by the lyrics of a hymn by Charles Wesley. The hymn which will get special focus is “And Can It Be that I Should Gain?” one of Wesley’s most beloved but lesser-sung hymns. Today’s theme is a…

May 15 Worship Bulletin

  Today in the third in our 4-week sermon series entitled, “Now and Forever: Viewingthe Church Through the Lens of Charles Wesley.” The theme for each Sunday will bebased on the days’ lectionary reading from either Acts or Revelation, and supportedby the lyrics of a hymn by Charles Wesley. The hymn which will get special focus is“And Can It Be that I Should Gain?” one of Wesley’s most beloved but lesser-sunghymns. Today’s theme is the inclusive body of Christ. The…