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Bulletin for November 19th Service


A Service for the Lord's Day

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

(*please stand, as you are able)

The Instrumental Prelude and Time for Meditation

Welcome and Church Concerns, Mr. Brent Stone

Pastoral Greeting, Rev. Black

*The Call to Worship, Mr. Brent Stone

Leader: Holy One, you have been our dwelling place in all generations;

People: you have been our home throughout all the ages.

Leader: You were there before the world was made and will be forever.

People: From everlasting to everlasting you are God.

*Hymn #62 "We Praise Thee, O God, Our Redeemer"

*Call to Confession:

God's love has destined us not for wrath, but rather for salvation. Therefore, let us confess our sin to the One who is eager to save.

*The Prayer of Confession, In Unison

Loving God, we confess that we have sinned against you by not honoring you or one another. When we place our iniquities before you, it is your love that sheds light on our wayward deeds. As we stand in awe of your constancy for us, we ask your forgiveness through the mercy of Christ, in whose name we pray. Amen.

*Assurance of Pardon:

Sisters and brothers, when we acknowledge our human limitations and turn to depend upon our everlasting God, we grow wise in heart to God's commands. You are freed to love another, for your sins are forgiven by the mercy of Christ.

People: Thanks be to God!

*The Gloria, Hymnbook pg. 108, In Unison

The Passing of the Peace

In the freedom of love for one another, let us share Christ's peace. The Peace of Christ be with you, and also with you.

The Offertory

Invitation to the Offering:

In giving to God, we grow closer to God. Let us offer our life and labor to the One who draws near and freely gives the treasure of eternal life in Christ.

Tithes and Offerings, the Ushers

*Doxology, In Unison

Prayer of Dedication, Rev. Black

The Meditations and Prayers of the People

The Pastoral Prayer, Rev. Black

The Lord's Prayer, In Unison

Our Father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen.

Choral Response, In Unison

Hear our prayer, O Lord, hear our prayer O Lord,

Incline thine ear to us, and grant us thy peace. Amen

Hymn #30 "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing"

Prayer of illumination, Rev. Black

Scripture Reading, Psalm 90:1-12 (pg. 580), Mr. Brent Stone

Leader: This is The Word of the Lord

People: Let our thanks and Praise be to God!

Children's Minutes, Rev. Black

Scripture Reading, Matthew 25:14-30 (pg. 973), Rev. Black

Sermon, "The Problematic Parable", Rev. Black

Reception of New Member (Insert)

*Hymn #337 "Blest be the Tie that Binds"

*Benediction, Rev. Black

*Choral Response, In Unison                          (to the tune of Edelweiss)

May the Lord, Mighty Lord, Bless and keep you forever;

Grant you peace, perfect peace, Courage in every endeavor.

Lift your eyes and see His face, And His grace forever;

May the Lord, Mighty Lord, Bless and keep you forever.

*the Choral Amen, In Unison
















 









Church Information

Rev. Dawn Black, Designated Pastor

Phone: (859)466-5853, E-mail: dawnblack99@gmail.com

Church School, 9:30 a.m., Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.

Worship Leader: Brent Stone Greeter: Cheri Stone

Musicians:  Ardith Richardson, Rose Floyd, Bob Burch

Tuesdays:  Rotary Dinner, 12:00 p.m., November 28th, and December 12th, Presbyterian Women.

The Christmas season is coming up quickly us and again this year we will be helping 5 families have food and gifts for their children. These 5 families have a total of 15 children. The items needed are posted on the bulletin board in the hallway. Please acknowledge that you will provide an item by taking the top paper and signing your name to the bottom paper and leave the bottom paper on the bulletin board.

Thursday, November 23rd, Thanksgiving Day, the church office will be closed.

Saturday, November 25th, Fellowship Hall, reserved

Thursday, November 30th, Hanging of the Greens, 6:30 p.m. Anyone who would like to help decorate the church for the upcoming Christmas season is welcome to attend.

Sunday, December 10th, Called Congregational Meeting, following worship service to elect officers and review the 2018 budget.

Sunday, December 10th, Sunday School Christmas Program, 6:00 p.m. All our church family and friends are invited to come watch a wonderful Christmas program presented by our Sunday School classes.

If desired, Ms. Karrie Barrnet is available in the nursery to care for young children and babies during worship service.

 

Local Service Committee – September/October/November

Teresa Bohn-Chair, Deb Cullison, Rose Floyd, Ann Hamilton,

Kayla Hendrix, Melinda Hendrix, Peggy Hiland,

Alicia Holt, Mae Nocus, Jeri Wampler

Prayer Request

Missing:  Marina Boelter

Cancer Treatment: Pinky Bovenschen, Billy Camden (LuAnne Allen), Charlotte Dunning, Cathy Edwards (Alicia Holt), Shane Evans, Betty Groomer (Nancy Kirk), Debbie Hasler (Jane Lueking), Marilea Hays Lee (Bonnie Jackson), Sandy Luster, Carolyn Manifold (Derek Phelps), Susie Schulte, Patty Vest (Teresa Bohn), Molly Young (Dave Holt).

Immediate Concerns: Linda Bates, Steve Custis (Bonnie Jackson), Dylan Deem, Andy Ganster, Jayklin Graf (Alicia Holt), Donna Hasler, Diane Jackson, Selena Kingsley, Mae Nocus, Annalee Grace Sparks, Thaddeus Arlo Wainman, Steve Whitehead.

Missionaries: Amanda (East Asia), Full Life Development and Market Place Ministry, Thailand

Nursing Homes and on-going concerns: Patty Buescher (Ken Nocus), Lois Corwin, Hazel Crays, William Richardson, Betty and Plato Spencer (Bobbi Vandeventer), Cade Warren.

American Troops: Will Miller.