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Worship Bulletin – July 6, 2014

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Come and experience the wonders of being the Church!  “Ordinary Time,” the period between Pentecost and Advent, is a wonderful movement through which the Church is lead to re-explore the wonders of the Christian faith.  During this period we don’t only go over what Christians believe, but what it means for us to believe these things.  So that together, as a fellowship, we might better serve our Lord and bless this world.

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Worship Order

Lord’s Day, July 6, 2014 – 10:30 AM Worship

Prelude

Welcome and Announcements

Passing the Peace

Call to Worship

O God of all creation, you alone are God. And you alone can satisfy our longing for a support that earth cannot give and that heaven will not take away. Help us, in recognition of our common dependence on you, to acknowledge our need of one another. Let the oneness of our worship make us one in love and service.
Amen.
Praise the Lord.
The Lord’s name be praised!

*Hymn of Praise – “Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise” – #33

Opening Prayer and Lord’s Prayer

Sharing of Joys and Concerns

Offering

Offertory

*Song of Thanksgiving – “Doxology” – #815

Praise God from whom all blessings flow.
Praise Him, all creatures here below.
Praise Him above, ye heav’nly host.
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen

NT Reading – 3 John – p. 1320

*Hymn of Preparation – “We Are Called to Be God’s People” – #415

Sermon – “Highest Flattery” – Pastor Wesley Allen

*Hymn of Invitation – “Amazing Grace” – #343

Communion

*Benediction – “Blest Be the Tie That Binds” (v.1) – #426

*Postlude

*If you are able, please stand

Announcements

July Benevolence: City Team
Located in the heart of Chester, Pennsylvania Cityteam serves those in desperate need throughout the Delaware Valley. Dedicated and caring staff and volunteers reach out to those in need of a hot meal, a safe shelter, and decent clothing. We also offer a recovery program for those men that are on the road of destruction from drugs and alcohol. We connect with low-income families that are in need of an emergency food box to help stretch their income at the end of the month. Mothers with at-risk young children stop by every Wednesday afternoon to receive diapers, formula, and other baby items. You can make a difference by volunteering, donating or financially supporting this special ministry to the poor and homeless.

Summer Bible School
Bible School is here, and we are STILL in need of some supplies!  See our sign up sheets in Memorial Hallway to see what you can donate.  We are also in need of small toys to give away as prizes.  These can be  new or gently used toys such as small stuffed animals, balls, stickers, etc.  See Jen with questions!  Any donations can be placed in the boxes on the tables.  Thanks in advance for your help!

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