July 31 Worship 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Join us as Pastor Ken Locke leads us in 9am In-Person Worship.

Pastor Ken Locke is serving as our Transitional Pastor. Pastor Locke has a great deal of experience in working with congregations in transition. He will lead the congregation through a time of study and discernment that will prepare us for our next full-time pastor.

You can view the bulletin here.

Scripture Lesson:

Joshua 4:1-7

Homily: Looking Back to Look Ahead Congregational Mission Study Team Presentation

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The Radio Service for July 31st is here. Recorded on July 24th.

Scripture is read from NRSV Bible (New Revised Standard Version)

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Homily:
“Looking Back to Look Ahead” – Congregational Mission Study Team Presentation (CMST)
                                                    Kristina Arellano, Debby Lorenz and  Jolene Schry
Children’s Time                           Jennifer Zander
Liturgist:                                      Carol Wetzel
Cantor:                                        Cheryl Clarenbach
Organist/Pianist:                        Kris Bartelt


Prelude: “Let All Things Now Living”  arranged by Gerhard Krapf
Hymn Meditations for Organ Volume 3
Tune: © 1996 The Sacred Music Press, a division of The Lorenz Corporation (Admin. by Music Services) Text: © 1996 The Sacred Music Press, a division of The Lorenz Corporation (Admin. by Music Services)
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Glory to God Hymnal 37 “Let All Things Now Living”
TEXT: Katherine K. Davis, 1939, alt.;  © 1939, 1966 E. C. Schirmer Music Company
MUSIC (ASH GROVE 6.6.11.6.6.11.D): Welsh folk melody; harm. Gerald H. Knight, 20th cent.;
harm. © Royal School of Church Music

The Presbyterian Hymnal 577 “Glory Be to the Father”Glory Be to the Father   
Contributors: Avery & Marsh
Text: © 1967, Hope Publishing Company

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Glory to God Hymnal 450 “Be Thou My Vision”
TEXT: Irish poem; trans. Mary E. Byrne, 1905; vers. Eleanor Hull, 1912, alt.
MUSIC (SLANE 10.10.10.10): Irish ballad; harm. David Evans, 1927;  Harm. © 1927 Oxford University Press
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Offering: “Sent Forth By God’s Blessing” arranged by Charles W. Ore
from 11 Compositions for Organ Set V
Concordia Publishing House

Offertory: Presbyterian Hymnal 428 “We Give Thee but Thine Own” (vs1)
Text: William Walsham How, 1858
Music: (Schumann SM): Mason and Webb’s Cantica Laudis, 1850

Glory to God Hymnal 716 “God, Whose Giving Knows No Ending”
TEXT: Robert L. Edwards, 1961, alt.; © 1961, ren. 1989 The Hymn Society (admin. Hope Publishing Company,
Carol Stream, IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by Permission.)
MUSIC (BEACH SPRING 8.7.8.7.D): The Sacred Harp, 1844; harm. James H. Wood, 1958; harm. © 1958, ren. 1986 Broadman Press (admin. Music Services)
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Presbyterian Hymnal #537 “Shalom Chaverim!”
Israeli round

Postlude: Meditation on “Beach Spring” arranged by Jason W. Krug
from the Church Pianist Volume 30 Number 3
January/February 2014
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