Welcome to this week’s virtual worship service. Listen, sing along, and enjoy. Scroll down for the Children’s Worship Video.
Below that you’ll find this week’s virtual bible study from John Herrmann, part 2 of the study based on the Gospel of Matthew.
Order of Worship
- Welcome and Announcements – Tyna Linton
- Prelude – Vater unser im Himmelreich – J.S. Bach – performed by SK Chipley
- Confession and Forgiveness – Pastor Meghan
- Sermon Series Song – Take My Life That I May Be (ELW 583)
- Stewardship Sermon Video – Lin Gunnet
- Scripture Lesson – Mason Thomas
- Gospel Reading – Pastor Meghan
- Children’s Sermon – Caity Stratemeyer
- Sermon – Pastor Meghan
- Hymn of the Day – Son of God, Eternal Savior (ELW 655)
- Prayers of the People – Laureen Wacenske
- Lord’s Prayer & Benediction – Pastor Meghan
- Dismissal – Elizabeth, Mary Reaves, and Margaret
- Postlude – There is a Fountain – Traditional American Melody, Arr. Cindy Berry (2013 Alfred Publishing) – performed by SK Chipley
Welcome to children’s worship this weekend! We have a family friendly format for children’s worship that includes songs, a children’s message, and a prayer. We hope this helps your family feel spirit filled and connected to God!
Bible Study Presentation
Today, I would like to continue with our look at the Sermon on the Mount. Last week, we looked at the collection of verses known as “the Beatitudes.” You recall, there are eight, and all begin “Blessed are they…” or “Happy are they…” The Greek word used here for “blessed” implies a believer in Christ who is satisfied and secure in the midst of life’s hardships because of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
Musicians: S.K. Chipley – piano and keyboard, Mark Anderson – guitar, Bonnie Weaver – Flute, and Eddie Weaver – percussion.
Vocalists: Mark Anderson, Ann Goldfinch, Brian LeBlanc, and Bonnie Weaver.
Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license A-715816 and CCLI with license 20518339.Tags: children’s worship, Hymn, Liturgy, Lord’s prayer, prayer, Scripture reading