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Assemble in God’s Name
s Hymnbook: "My Country, Tis of Thee" #513
s Passing the Peace
Concerns of the Church
Call to Worship
Leader: The Lord be with you.
People: And with you also.
Prayer of Confession (in unison)
I, poor sinner, confess to thee, O Almighty, eternal, merciful God and Father, that I have sinned in manifold ways against thee and thy commandments.
I confess that I have not believed in thee, my one God and Father, but have put my faith and trust more in creatures than in thee, my God and Creator, because I have feared them more than thee. And for their benefit and pleasure, I have done and left undone many things in disobedience to thee and thy commandments.
I confess that I have taken thy holy Name in vain, that I have often sworn falsely and lightly by the same, that I have not always professed it nor kept it holy as I ought; but even more, I have slandered it often and grossly with all my life, words, and deeds.
Wherefore I beseech thee, O heavenly Father, that, thou wouldst graciously forgive me these and all my sins. Keep and preserve me henceforth that I may walk only in thy way and live according to thy will; and all of this through Jesus Christ, thy dear Son, our Savior. Amen.
--Martin Bucer 1539
Declaration of Forgiveness
Leader: The saying is sure and worthy of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners (I Tim. 1:15).
People: He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that, free from sins, we might live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed (I Peter 2:24).
s Gloria Patri #546
Presentation of Tithes and Offerings
s Doxology #544
Children's Sermon: “What Do You Think?”
Dismissal to Children’s Church (5 and Under)
Prayer for Memorial Day
s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 65:4-13
s Hymnbook: "Thy Might Sets Fast the Mountains” #99
Sermon: “Unfinished Work”
Go in God’s Name
s The Apostles' Creed
s Prayer of Thanksgiving
s The Lord's Prayer
s Hymnbook: "In Christ There is No East or West” 479
s Charge and Blessing
s: all who are able, please stand.
As we recall our glorious heritage as Christians, let us join together in joyful worship remembering our Lord’s act of salvation for each of us. Welcome in the name of the risen Christ!
Youth today: Putt-Putt 2:00 p.m. (Must sign up if planning to attend
We have finished our study of Biblical Prophecy in Wednesday Bible Study. We will take a break for the summer and begin anew in the fall.
Hospice provides service to the six surrounding counties.
On Memorial Day, it is important to pause in gratitude to all those upon whose shoulders we stand. We remember with great appreciation those who died making helpful, positive contributions — whether large or small — throughout human history. As Christians we are especially grateful to those whose faith, service, and love have enabled us to know the Gospel.
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