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Traditional Worship Service

Sept. 19, 2021

Gathering the Church

Call to Worship – The Rev. Justin LaRosa

Prelude –  “Praise My Soul, The King of Heaven” Cathy Moklebust

Welcome and Announcements – The Rev. Justin LaRosa

Attendance, Prayers and Praises

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Baptism

Music – “Child of Blessing, Child of Promise” Stuttgart

Children’s’ Moment -Assistant Director of Children’s Ministies-Melissa Torres

Music –  “O God of Mercy” Simon Love; Kathryn Dinsmore, Soprano

Prayer – The Rev .Justin LaRosa

Music – ” O God of Mercy”

Congregational Prayer and Lord’s Prayer – The Rev. Sally Campbell-Evans

Proclamation of the Word

Scripture: Psalm 103:1-2

Sermon: “Love God with All Your Soul” – The Rev. Magrey deVega

Response to the Word

Offering

Music –  My Eternal King “Jane Marshall

Sending Forth

Benediction

Postlude -“Song of Joy” Christopher Boodle

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Licensure: Music in today’s services is covered under OneLicense.net – License #A-724828, CCLI – License #1026477, and CVLI – License #503778037

 

Family Circle

Altar Flowers

Flowers in the Sanctuary are given by the Davis family, in loving memory of Charles M. Davis Senior

Healing Prayers

Prayers of healing and wholeness for:

  • Harry Hutt
  • Those struggling with COVID

Condolences

Sympathy to:

  • Betty Neal and family on the passing of her husband Bev

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Next Sunday: Sep. 24, 2021

All In: Loving God With All We’ve Got

“Love God With All Your Mind”

Faith and reason are not contradictory. Religion and science, long considered opposites, are actually complementary. As Christians in the Wesleyan tradition, we believe that “reason” is one of three primary ways we interact with and understand the authority of scripture. Loving God with our minds also means allowing room for doubt and questions. Our minds, after all, have a finite capacity in terms of understanding an infinite God. So embracing mystery can be a worshipful acknowledgement of the grandeur and majesty of God.

 

 

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name,
Thy Kingdom come,
thy will be done, on earth as in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread;
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.

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