Sunday, June 21, 2020 – Worship Resource

Third Sunday After Pentecost
June 21, 2020

Great are the works of God’s hands.
Wondrous are the blessings ofChrist’s love.
Holy are the works of God’s Spirit.

PRELUDE – “God of Grace and God of Glory” arr., D. Phillips
Cindy Joy and Haven Parrott
~©1997 Van Ness Press CCLI #1049296

CALL TO WORSHIP – Sarah and Brooks Finch
(to be shared between two people or read in unison)
People of God, we gather in thanksgiving and praise
We come with open hearts, ready to receive God’s word
of forgiveness and love.
Call on the One who abounds in steadfast love.
We are ready to proclaim the good news of God where
we are and throughout the world!

HYMN OF PRAISE – “Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart” Marion
Rejoice, ye pure in heart, rejoice, give thanks and sing
Beneath the standard of your God, the cross of Christ your King.
Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice give thanks and sing.
Bright youth and snow crowned age, strong men and maidens fair.
Raise high your free, exulting song, God’s wondrous praise declare.
Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice, give thanks and sing.
Yes, on through life’s long path, still singing as ye go.
From youth to age, by night and day, in gladness and in woe.
Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice, give thanks and sing.
Still lift your standard high, still march in firm array,
As warriors through the darkness toil till dawns the golden day.
Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice, give thanks and sing.
©Public Domain


Video presentation

CHILDREN’S TIME – Mrs. Susan Satterwhite

SCRIPTURE READING – Psalm 86:1-10 Mrs. Frankie Marks


MUSIC MEDITATION – “It Is Well with My Soul” arr., R. Betts
Ali Wilson, solo
Text by P. Bliss ~ Public Domain
Instrumental arrangement, Rick Betts, 2012
Used with permission

MESSAGE – “Carrying on Compassion” Rev. Aho
John 4:1-42

Taking an offering is an act of worship and a part of our service each week. It is important to remember that our offering not only
supports the ministry of the church but is an expression of our thankfulness for all God has given us. We give today because God first
gave to us.

As brothers and sisters, we go forth into the world,
knowing that God provides all we need to live abundantly with love and grace.
We go forth; we take up His cross; and we follow Christ. Amen

POSTLUDE – arr., D. Wagner
Festive Postlude on “St. Theodulph”
©2013 Lorenz Publishing CCLI #1049296

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