Today we're celebrating All Saints Sunday after we got interrupted a couple of weeks ago. Whether online or in person, we invite you to life up and remember those who have passed from this life.
You can be a part of our worship in many different ways. You can join us for worship
In Person: no in person services until 12/6/2020
Youtube: Worship Service, Playlist (with music)
Facebook: Service starts at 9am
And you can continue on in this post. Included in the service here is music and written announcements and information.
No matter how you worship with us, know that you are in our prayers and we're glad to worship with you today.
When you're ready, click on the first video to join in singing.
What follows is the order of service that you'll find in the video. You can read through it here, or scroll down to the video for the main part of the service.
Sunday 11/15: CAKE 10am-11:15am, Youth gathering at 9:30
Monday 11/16: Food Pantry is open from 3pm-5pm
Tuesday 11/17: 4pm Centering Prayer on live on our Facebook Page
Sunday 11/22: Bishop Bob Farr will be worshiping with us!
Worship online and Premiering on Facebook at 9am
Today our Children's message comes from Mary Beth Switzer and reminds us of one of the reasons that prayer is so important.
Joy's, Concerns, Giving, and Prayers
I invite you, either in the comments to the Facebook video or in the YouTube video to share your joys and concerns. As we go forward I'll make sure they get shared with the rest of the church (and I'm looking forward to doing that, so share away!)
If you want to make sure we get a prayer request, but don't want to put it in the comments, please follow this link:
Share a joy, concern, and/or prayer request
During this time I invite you to give as well. It has been a couple of weeks since we have been in person to worship, so whether you are in person, online, or listening by radio, I invite you to give because we are gathered together.
Thank you for your continued offerings to the church, and to the many other places around us that you’ve been giving of your time and your money.
Remember that you can mail in your offerings to:
321 N Kansas Ave
Marceline, MO 64658
You can also give online.
Your gifts and commitment to your faith help us reach out and tell Jesus’ story in so many different ways.
Take some time for some personal prayer, and take some time to give. This could be the time when you go online, or you write a check to the church, or when you make that commitment to give in a different way.
For our prayer today, we'll be remembering those who have passed away in the last year. Their names are listed below. At the end, we'll join in the Lord's Prayer together.
Jean French Barnett, William Buck, Belinda Coe, Jessie Coe, Myrtle Crippen, Nancy Estes, Edna Mott, Ramona Lindbloom, Scot Othic, Thelma Sartain, Gilbert & Mary Speichinger, Anthony Stallo, Gladys Stanley, Evaseen Terrell, Vernon Vaughn
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 trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen
Scripture Reading: Isaiah 6:1-8
1In the year of King Uzziah’s death, I saw the Lord sitting on a high and exalted throne, the edges of his robe filling the temple. 2Winged creatures were stationed around him. Each had six wings: with two they veiled their faces, with two their feet, and with two they flew about. 3They shouted to each other, saying:
“Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of heavenly forces!
All the earth is filled with God’s glory!”
4The doorframe shook at the sound of their shouting, and the house was filled with smoke.
5I said, “Mourn for me; I’m ruined! I’m a man with unclean lips, and I live among a people with unclean lips. Yet I’ve seen the king, the LORD of heavenly forces!”
6Then one of the winged creatures flew to me, holding a glowing coal that he had taken from the altar with tongs. 7He touched my mouth and said, “See, this has touched your lips. Your guilt has departed, and your sin is removed.”
8Then I heard the Lord’s voice saying, “Whom should I send, and who will go for us?”
I said, “I’m here; send me.”
Liturgist: This is the word of God, for the people of God
Congregations’ Response: Thanks be to God!
The video that follows is of the main part of the service. It includes what you've read to this point and the sermon. The video also includes some reflection questions and the benediction. The text of those will follow the video.
Reflection QuestionsWhere do I feel powerless?
How is God sending me out in theses times?
Read this prayer from the end of Jude
To the one who is able to protect you from falling,
and to present you blameless and rejoicing before his glorious presence,
to the only God our savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord,
belong glory, majesty, power, and authority,
before all time, now and forever. Amen.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.