September 25 Worship 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time

You can view the bulletin here.

Scripture Lesson: 1 John 3:11, 18

Homily:  “But What Does that Look Like?” Pastor Ken

The YouTube Video is here. Pastor Ken Locke and CMST presentation

The Audio is here. Pastor Ken Locke and CMST presentation

The Radio service for today is here. Pastor Ken Locke, “What do You Think?” was recorded on September 18, 2022

Announcements are available here.

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Sermon:                                                                              
Rev. Ken Locke
Children’s Time                                                                   Jennifer Zander
Cantor:                                                                                Laurie Christie
Organist/Pianist:                                                                Kris Bartelt


Prelude “O Worship the King with Come, Now is the Time to Worship”

arr. Carol Tornquist
From Sunday Morning Blend Volume 2
© 2002 Word Music, a Division of Word Music Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
CCLI Song # 3102787
Carol Tornquist | Robert Grant © Words: Public Domain
Music: 1995, 2006 Curb Word Music (Admin. by WC Music Corp.)
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*Hymn   PH 298 “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy”
TEXT: Frederick William Faber, 1854, alt.
MUSIC (IN BABILONE 8.7.8.7.D): Dutch melody; arr. Julius Röntgen, c. 1906

Hymn PH 430  “Come Sing, O Church, In Joy” vs. 1, 3 & 4
TEXT: Brian Dill, 1988; © 1989 Brian Dill
MUSIC (DARWALL’S 148TH 6.6.6.6.8.8): John Darwall, 1770
Words – © Presbyterian Publishing/Westminster John Knox/Geneva Press
Contributors: Brian Dill
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Presbyterian Hymnal #537 “Shalom Chaverim!”
Israeli round

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