April 14 Maundy Thursday Worship

We will be gathering on April 14th at 7:00 pm to remember the night Jesus had his last meal with the disciples and his personal sacrifice for our sins. The service will begin with Confession and Holy Communion.

Maundy comes from the Latin word mandatum, which means “commandment.” In the act of washing the Apostle’s feet, Jesus gives them the commandment to “love and serve one another as I have loved you.”
Due to COVID protocol we will be using the individual pre-packaged cups and wafers. (We will not gather around the table, as we have in the past.) Once we have taken communion together, we will remove the communion -ware and replace them with candles helping us to switch to a more subdued atmosphere for the Seven Last Words of Christ.

You can view the bulletin here.

Sermon Manuscript available here.

YouTube Video is here. Rev. Ken Locke “Serious Business”

Audio Service is here. Rev. Ken Locke “Serious Business”

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License A-730666 and CCLI Streaming License CSPL069066 and WORSHIPCast Streaming License. All Rights Reserved.

Sermon:
“Serious Business”            Pastor: Ken Locke

Gathering Music: Abide with Us, Our Savior
arranged by Raymond H. Haan
from
Four Quiet Hymn Settings
Copyright © 1996 Morning Star Music Publishers/Birnamwood Publications
All rights Reserved. Based on Christus, Der ist Mein Leben a.k.a. Ach Bleib Mit Deiner Gnade by M. Vulpius, ca. 1560-1615.
Reprinted/podcast/streamed with permission under OneLicense.net License #A -130666
All rights reserved.

Hymn #367  “Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us with Your Love
CCLI Song # 186208   Charles H. Webb | Tom Colvin © Words: 1969, 1989 Hope Publishing Company   Music: 1969, 1989 Hope Publishing Company   For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com   CCLI License # 1644445

Transitional Music: Calvary arranged by Richard Billingham
from
Seven Reflections on African American Spirituals
Tune: Setting © 1996 Augsburg Fortress All rights reserved.
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All rights reserved.

Hymn #93 “Ah, Holy Jesus”
TEXT: Johann Heermann, 1630; trans. Robert  Seymour Bridges, 1899, alt
MUSIC (HERZLIEBSTER JESU 11.11.11.5): Johann Crüger, 1640

Hymn #97 “Go to Dark Gethsemane” (vs. 1 & 2)
TEXT: James Montgomery, 1820, 1825, alt
MUSIC (REDHEAD 76 7.7.7.7.7.7): Richard Redhead, 1853

Hymn #85 “What Wondrous Love is This”
TEXT: American folk hymn, c. 1811
MUSIC (WONDROUS LOVE 12.9.12.12.9): Walker’s Southern Harmony, 1835; harm. Carlton R. Young, 1965;  Harm. © 1965 Abingdon Press (admin. The Copyright Company) All rights reserved. First Presbyterian Church, FDL OneLicense.net License #A-730666

Hymn #102  “Were You There?”
CCLI Song # 29516   Frederick J. Work | John W. Work Jr.   © Words: Public Domain   Music: Public Domain
MUSIC (WERE YOU THERE, Irregular): African American spiritual;
arr. Melva Wilson Costen, 1987; arr. © 1990 Melva Wilson Costen

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