April 30 Worship-Fourth Sunday of Easter

Join us on April 23rd as the Chaplain Darren Beachy leads us in worship at 9am In-Person and Live Stream Worship.

Darren was born and raised in Iowa. After serving in the US Navy for 5 years, Dede and Darren moved to Fond du Lac. Darren was a mechanic for Holiday Automotive before getting the call to pastoral ministry. He served churches in Fond du Lac, southern Maryland, and western Illinois. Darren has been with Aurora Healthcare for 10 years as a hospital chaplain. Darren has been married to Dede for 37 years and have 3 girls DeAnna, Darci, and Danielle and the proud Ompa of Little Man (A.K.A Lincoln).

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Old Testament: Exodus 33:12-23

New Testament: Psalm 114

To access the YouTube Video please click here. Chaplain Darren Beachy “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”

To access the Audio file please click here. Chaplain Darren Beachy “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”

To access today’s Radio file please click here. Chaplain Darren Beachy “Resurrection Stories”

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Please click here for link to Ethnodoxology video

Scripture: New Revised Standard Version

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GTG = Glory to God Hymnal
PH = Presbyterian Hymnal

Sermon: “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”    
Chaplain Darren Beachy
Children’s Time:                                                   Jennifer Zander
Liturgist:                                                               Lew Smith
Cantor:                                                                 Linda Dorn
Organist/Pianist:                                                  Kris Bartelt

Prelude: “Forest Green”             
arr. by Paul Manz
from “Ten Chorale Improvisations Set VII Opus 17

Copyright © 1975 by Concordia Publishing House
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                                                            Arr. by Dale Wood
from Wood Works for Christmas
Organ settings of yuletide carols

Copyright © 1990 The Sacred Music Press
Box 802 Dayton, Ohio 45401-0802
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Sung Response: Psalm 23 from The Psalter for Christian Worship Revised Edition
TEXT: Michael Morgan
Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville, Kentucky
All rights reserved. Used by Permission. All Rights Reserved.
MUSIC (FOREST GREEN) English Folk Tune
arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906

PH 577 “Glory Be to the Father”
Text: Gloria Patri
Contributors: Avery & Marsh
Text: © 1967, Hope Publishing Company

Sung Response: “He Hideth My Soul”
from Hymnary .org
a.k.a. A Wonderful Savior is Jesus
Text: Fanny Crosby, The Finest of the Wheat No. 1, 1890

Music: William J. Kirkpatrick, The Finest of the Wheat No. 1 1890

Offering: “I Need Thee Every Hour”           arr. by Rober Vandall
Played by Macie M.

Offertory PH 592 “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow”
TEXT: Thomas Ken, 1695, 1709
MUSIC (OLD HUNDREDTH, LM): Genevan Psalter, 1551

Sung Response PH 537 “How Firm a Foundation” (vs. 1-3)
TEXT: “K” in John Rippon’s A Selection of Hymns, 1787, alt.
MUSIC (FOUNDATION American folk melody; Funk’s Genuine Church Music, 1832, alt.

Closing Refrain PH 537 “Shalom, Chaverim!
Text and music: Israeli round

Postlude: Foundation      arr. by Wilbur Held
from “7 Settings of American Folk Hymns”
Hymn: How Firm a Foundation
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St. Louis, MO All rights reserved.
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