Sunday Worship – April 9, 2017

look at here Sixth Sunday in Lent:  Passion/Palm Sunday

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  • Processional Hymn 88 –  “All Glory, Laud, and Honor”  VALET WILL ICH DIR GEBEN


  • Call to Confession and Prayer:   (unison)  O God, even as we sing, we know we are like the people of Jerusalem so long ago.  We are hungry for a hero.  We crave some glimpse of greatness.  We are starving for the spectacular.  We are gathered here like those who watched the first Passion-Parade, craning our necks to catch a glimpse of our Messiah.  But we are easily distracted and disillusioned.  As we wait for a Savior to come, let us not be disappointed when the special one appears, though we are certain to be surprised.  Give us the courage to follow where the one on the donkey leads us.   In Christ’s name, hear our prayers …
  • Assurance of Pardon:  Brandon Ouellette 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 is not included in this week’s audio)


  • Anthem:  O Sing a Song Unto the Lord – Naomi Walker

PART 5  


  • Scripture Reading:  Isaiah 2:1-4
    • Confirming God’s Call:  Toby Fletcher, Gabe Weible, MacKenna Williams, Ethan Willis
  • Sermon:  LENT SIX:  ESCHATOLOGY – Reverend Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Download the sermon to play on your own audio device:  040917 sermon jw 

PART 6   

  • Hymn 525:   “Here I Am, Lord” – HERE I AM, LORD


PART 7  

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


  • Offertory:  “Gethsemane” – arranged by Lloyd Larson
    • with Alison Clark, flute
  • Doxology 592:      “Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow”  OLD HUNDRETH
  • Prayer of Dedication:  Brandon Ouellette and congregation
    • God of all true power and glory, we thank you that once again, Jesus Christ has arrived in 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. 


  • Hymn 97:  “Go to Dark Gethsemane”  – REDHEAD 76
  • Charge and Benediction:  Rev. Joel Weible
  • Benediction Response:  “Come, Sweet Death” –  J.S. Bach


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