This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

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November 14 Worship Bulletin

  Welcome and Announcements Prelude – “We Gather Together” – Bells of Praise *Call to Worship (includes Mark 13:1-8) *Hymn – “O God, Our Help in Ages Past” – UMH #117 O God, our help in ages past,our hope for years to come,our shelter from the stormy blast,and our eternal home! Under the shadow of thy throne,still may we dwell secure;sufficient is thine arm alone,and our defense is sure. Before the hills in order stood,or earth received her frame,from everlasting,…

November 21 Worship Bulletin

  Welcome and Announcements Prelude – “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee” – Arr. by Lani Smith *Call to Worship L: In the midst of difficulty, the Lord sets a table of rejoicing for us. P:Though the world seems focused on turmoil, yet will we praise God! L: Our lives should be witnesses to God’s goodness and power. P:Our hearts should encompass compassion and service to God’s people. L: Help us to be your workers and witnesses in today’s world, O…

November 28 Worship Bulletin

  Our Advent worship series is entitled “Close to Home.” When something hits close to home, it affects us deeply. During the seasons of Advent and Christmas, we journey through Scriptures and rituals that are tender, heavy with emotion, and vulnerable. We carry the memories and truths of this season close to our hearts. Close to Home acknowledges the “already but not yet” tension of our faith: Emmanuel is with us, and yet, God’s promised day—our everlasting home—is not fully…

December 5 Worship Bulletin

  Our Advent worship series is entitled “Close to Home.” When something hits close to home, it affects us deeply. During the seasons of Advent and Christmas, we journey through Scriptures and rituals that are tender, heavy with emotion, and vulnerable. We carry the memories and truths of this season close to our hearts. Close to Home acknowledges the “already but not yet” tension of our faith: Emmanuel is with us, and yet, God’s promised day—our everlasting home—is not fully…