Our YouTube service features our Presbytery’s Transitional General Presbyter, Rev. Dave Colby and other leaders from the Presbytery which can be found by clicking HERE. A bulletin for the service is found HERE. A recording of our Zoom service is available HERE. The bulletin for the service is found HERE.
Sermon: Being Church in a Time of Transition
Theme: We are called to faithfulness and grow through change.
Purpose: We will learn about choosing how to experience change.
Scriptures: Psalm 23 (KJV)The familiar passage about “The Lord” our shepherd.
2 Corinthians 4:13 – 5:1 Even though our outer nature is wasting away our inner nature is being renewed every day.
Questions: What does it mean for us to be the Church when the world is changing? What attitude should we take
towards the transitions happening in the world around us? What causes us to be anxious and angry
when things change? What are the opportunities that transition creates for us? What is the difference
between being guided by our fears of change and being guided by our expectation in God’s grace?
Description for Sunday ZOOM Worship, June 6, 2021
Scripture is read from NRSV Bible (New Revised Standard Version)
Permission to podcast/stream the service music obtained from ONE LICENSE,
License A-730666 and CCLI Streaming License CSPL069066 and WORSHIPCast Streaming License. All Rights Reserved.
Hymn Grey Hymnal # 236This is the Day
CCLI Song # 32754
© 1967, 1980 Universal Music – Brentwood Benson Publishing (Admin. by Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing, Inc.)
CCLI License # 1644445
The Presbyterian Hymnal #5 79 Gloria Patri
Glory Be to the Father
TEXT: Trad. liturgical text. Composer: Henry W. Greatorex (1851)
Sending Hymn Glory to God Hymnal # 815 Give to the Winds Thy Fears
TEXT: Paul Gerhardt, 1653; trans. John Wesley, 1737, alt.
MUSIC (FESTAL SONG, SM): William H. Walter, 1872
Glory to God Hymnal # 765 May the God of Hope Go With Us (verse only)
TEXT: Alvin Schutmaat, 1984
MUSIC (ARGENTINA 18.104.22.168 with refrain): Argentine folk melody
Liturgist: Jolene Schry