Sesquicentennial Celebration – August 28, 2016

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  • Ringing of the Bell
  • Welcome and Introduction of New Members 

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  • Prelude: “Celebration on ‘Lasst uns erfreuen'” -arranged by Todd Kendall
  • Call to Worship – Richard Ray and congregation
  • Opening Hymn:  “Stand Up and Bless the Lord” – CARLISLE 

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  • Call to Confession and Prayer/Assurance of Pardon –  Richard Ray and congregation
  • Response -Glory Be to the Father”  GLORIA PATRI – Henry W. Greatorex
  • Passing of the Peace 

Part 4

  • Time for Young Disciples – Margaret Hill   

Part 5

  • Anthem – “Deep River” – arranged by Darmon Meader
    • The Men’s Quartet – James Bates, Richard Ray, Matt Killion and Bob Borders 

Part 6

  • The Scripture Reading:  Genesis 50:15-21
  • Sermon:  RECONCILIATION II (Breaking the Cycle) – Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Download the sermon:  082816 SERMON jw  

Part 7

  • Sermon Hymn:  “God of the Sparrow” – ROEDER
  • Affirmation of Faith –  Richard Ray and congregation  

Part 8

  • Welcome and Announcements:  Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • A Moment in Time:  Remembering Years Past –
  • Prayers of the People/The Lord’s Prayer   

Part 9

  • Offertory:  “‘St. Anne’ Fugue” (BWV 552) – J.S. Bach  (1685 – 1782)
  • Doxology:  “Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow” – OLD HUNDREDTH
  • Dedication of Gifts – Richard Ray and congregation   

Part 10

  • Closing Hymn:  “Lord, Make Us More Holy” – AFRICAN AMERICAN SPIRITUAL
  • Charge and Benediction – Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Interlude:  “Three-fold Amen” – DANISH 

Part 11

  • Postlude:  “‘Overture’ from Water Music” –  G.F. Handel  (1685 – 1759)    

This week’s Bulletin: 

Download the bulletin:  August 28, 2016 Bulletin

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