Sunday Worship – April 2, 2017

Fifth Sunday in Lent
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  • Call to Worship – Judy Hall and congregation
    • Leader:   Sometimes we are a people without hope.
    • People:  But not this morning.  God has called us to this place.
    • Leader:   Sometimes we are cut off from one another.
    • People:  But not this morning.  God has called us to this place to be together.
  • Hymn 326 –  “Spirit of God, Descend Upon My Heart”  MORECAMBE
  • Call to Confession and Prayer:   (unison)  Eternal and Almighty God, you have long sought for us and we have fled.  You have offered us an easy yoke, and we have tied ourselves down with cares and burdens.  You have forgiven us, and we have complained against our sisters and brothers.  Give us a conversion that turns us around to face the light; teach us a repentance that lives in works of love; lead us into the narrow path; guide us through the valley of the shadow of death.  Call us to follow Jesus and in his way to life and suffer, die and rise again.  In his name, hear our silent prayers of return …
  • Hymn 574 – “Lord, Have Mercy Upon Us” – KYRIE
  • Assurance of Pardon:  Judy Hall and congregation
    • Leader:  Our hearts are washed anew in the healing waters of God’s love.
    • People:  For the steadfast love of God endures forever …
    • Leader:  Through the Holy Spirit, God nourishes us into life.
    • People:  For the steadfast love of God endures forever …
  • Response 85 – “What Wondrous Love Is This” – WONDROUS LOVE

(The Time for Young Disciples and The Anthem were not included in this week’s audio)

PART 5  

  • Scripture:  John 3:16
  • Sermon:   LENT FIVE:  SOTERIOLOGY – Reverend Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Download the sermon to play on your own audio device:  040217 sermon jw  



  • Hymn 76:   “My Song is Love Unknown” – LOVE UNKNOWN
  • Affirmation of Faith:   Judy Hall and congregation
    • With the whole church … We affirm that we are made in God’s image, befriended by Christ, and empowered by the Spirit. With people everywhere … We affirm God’s goodness at the heart of humanity, planted more deeply than all that is wrong. With all creation …We affirm and celebrate the miracle and wonder of life and the unfolding purposes of God, forever at work in ourselves and the world.  Amen. 

PART 7  

  • Time of Giving Thanks:  Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Announcements
  • Prayers of the People and the Lord’s Prayer 



  • Offertory:  “My Lord, What a Morning!” – Robert W. Thygerson (1931 – )
  • Doxology 592:      “Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow”  OLD HUNDRETH
  • Prayer of Dedication:  Judy Hall and congregation
    • God of all true power and glory, we thank you that once again, Jesus Christ travels toward Jerusalem not with a sword to challenge the powers of this world, but with Love to transform them.  May these gifts be a sign of the offering of our whole selves.  Amen. 


  • Sacrament of Communion
  • Communion Settings: 
    • “God So Loved the World”  – John Stainer (1840 – 1901)
    • “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence” – arranged by Kirke Mechem (1925 – )

PART 10 

  • Hymn 428:  “We Give Thee But Thine Own”  SCHUMANN
  • Charge and Benediction:  Rev. Joel Weible
  • Benediction Response:  “Prelude in C Minor” (Op. 28, No. 20) – Frederic Chopin  (1810 – 1849)
  • The Ringing of the Bell

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