Sunday Worship – February 5, 2017

more helpful hints Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

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Window flowers provided by Vivian Reinhardt (click for closer view)

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  • regardez ce site Early Gathering Music:  “Cold December (February) Flies Away” (Catalonian Folk Hymn) – Dale Wood  (1934 – 2003)

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  • The Ringing of the Bell
  • Words of Welcome:  Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Prelude:  “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring”  (BWV 147)  – J.S. Bach (1685 – 1750) 

Part 3 

  • Call to Worship – Regina Bates
  • Opening Hymn – “Draw Us in the Spirit’s Tether” – UNION SEMINARY
  • Call to Confession/Prayer of Confession
  • Assurance of Pardon:  “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” – IN BABILONE
  • Passing of the Peace 

Part 4

  • Time for Young Disciples – Rev. Joel Weible 

Part 5

  • Anthem:  The Chancel Choir – “I Want to Walk as a Child of the Light” – Paul Manz  (1919 – 2009) 

Part 6

Part 7

  • Hymn:  “Now to Your Table Spread” – LOVE UNKNOWN
  • Affirmation of Faith:  Regina Bates and congregation 

Part 8

  • Time of Giving Thanks:  Rev. Joel Weible, Pastor
  • Welcome and Announcements
  • Minute for Mission:  Bill and Mary Ruth, USpiritus
  • Prayers of the People and The Lord’s Prayer
  • Call to Offering and Giving of our Gifts 

Part 9

  • Offertory: “Variation on NICAEA”  – Joseph Prentiss
  • Doxology:  “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow” – OLD HUNDREDTH
  • Prayer of Dedication – Regina Bates and congregation 

Part 10

  • The Service of Communion – Rev. Joel Weible
  • Responses:
    • SANCTUS – “Holy, Holy, Holy”
    • MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION – “Dying, You Destroyed Our Death”
  • Communion Settings: 
    • “Blest are They” – David Haas
    • “AUS DER TIEFE RUFE ICH” – Charles Callahan 

Part 11

  • Hymn:  “Lord, When I Came Into This Life” – LAND OF REST
  • Charge and Benediction
  • Benediction Response:  The Chancel Choir – “Three-fold Amen” – DANISH
  • Postlude:  “Prelude in C minor, (Op. 37)” – Felix Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847) 

 

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