Sesquicentennial Celebration – July 3, 2016

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(festive flowers in each window grown and provided by Vivian Reinhardt)

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  • Ringing of the Bell
  • Welcome – Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Prelude:  “Now Thank We All Our God” (BWV 657) – J.S. Bach (1685 – 1750) 

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  • Call to Worship – Sis Sleadd
  • Opening Hymn:  “O Beautiful for Spacious Skies” – MATERNA
  • Call to Confession and Prayer/Assurance of Pardon –  Sis Sleadd
  • Response – “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” – IN BABILONE
  • Passing of the Peace 

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  • Time for Young Disciples – Rev. Joel Weible 

Part 4

  • Anthem:   The Summer Choir – “Hear My Words” – Stephen Paulus (1949 – 2014) 

Part 5

  • The Scripture Reading:  Matthew 10:34-39
  • Sermon: FATHERS AND BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND MOTHERS – Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor 

Part 6

  • Sermon Hymn:  “How Happy is Each Child of God” – WINCHESTER OLD
  • Affirmation of Faith  Sis Sleadd and congregation  

Part 7

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

Part 8

  • Offertory:  “Variation on ‘St. Catherine'” (“Faith of Our Fathers”) – arr. Gordon Young (1919 – 1998)
  • Doxology/Dedication of Gifts 

Part 9

  • The Sacrament of The Lord’s Supper 

Part 10

  • Closing Hymn:  “Come Sing O Church in Joy!” – DARWALL’S 148th
  • Charge
  • Benediction:  The Summer Choir –  “Let the Heav’n Light Shine on Me” – Roland Carter (1921 – 1943)

Part 11

  • The Postlude:  “Patriotic Medley” – arranged by Mary McDonald/Matt Killion 

This week’s Bulletin: 

Download the bulletin:  July 3, 2016 Bulletin

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