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Sunday, January 17th~ Jesus’ Sermon

Prelude, Words of Welcome, Reading from Today’s Daily Text

Hymn                               “The People Who in Darkness Walked” #320

To hail your rising, Sun of life, the gathering nations come

with joy, as when the reapers bear their harvest treasures home.

 

Lord Jesus, reign in us, we pray, and make us yours alone,

Who with the Father ever are and Holy Spirit, one.

 

Liturgy                            Epiphany, page 65, Moravian Book of Worship, Adapted

All your creatures, Lord, will praise you, and all your people will give you thanks.

They will speak of the glory of your royal power and tell of your might. 

 

Everyone will know your mighty deeds and the glorious majesty of your kingdom. 

Your rule is eternal, and you are king forever.

 

You, Lord, are righteous in all you do, merciful in all your acts.

You are near to those who call to you, who call to you with sincerity.

 

You supply the needs of all who honor you; you hear their cries and save them. 

We will ever praise you, Lord; let all creation praise your holy name forever.

 

Tune: HYFRYDOL

Worship, honor, glory, blessing, Lord, we offer unto you; young and old, your praise expressing,

Sing your mercies ever new.  All the saints in heaven adore you’ we would bow before your throne.

As your angels serve before you, so on earth your will be done. 

 

With sincere hearts and open minds, let us now acknowledge the sin that entangles us and prevents us from   doing God’s will. 

Compassionate Lord, you call us to a higher standard than we have achieved.  We therefore bow in honest confession of those thoughts, words, and deeds which have missed the mark.  Within our families, we have loved imperfectly.  Among sisters and brothers in the church, we have not fully walked in the light.  Often our congregations have not reflected the rich diversity of people in our communities.  IN our witness to the world, our lives have not adequately testified to your redeeming power.  Forgive us, gracious Lord, for permitting ourselves to be distracted from the goal of our discipleship. Heal the brokenness of our hearts and restore us to you, our first love.

 

There is no condemnation now for those who live in union with Christ Jesus.  Hear the word of our Lord: I do not condemn you.  Go, but do not sin again.

 

God created the heavens and stretched them out, fashioned the earth and all that lives there, and gave life and breath to all its people.

And now the Lord God says to his servant: I, the Lord, have called you and given you power to see that justice is done on earth.  Through you I will make a covenant with all peoples. 

 

Through you I will bring light to the nations.  You will open the eyes of the blind,

And set free those who sit in dark prisons. 

Tune: ST. AGNES 14Cc

Light of the world, come near and bless your children here below,

 who in your house your name confess, on your grace bestow. 

 

God shows no partiality to race or culture.  All who have reverence for him and do what is right are acceptable to God. 

Let us give thanks to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! For in our union with Christ he has blessed us by giving us every spiritual blessing in the heavenly world. 

 

Let us praise God for his glorious grace, for the free gift he gave us in his dear Son!

How great is the grace of God, which he gave to us in such large measure!

 

This is the good news: through Jesus’ death and resurrection all people may participate in God’s blessings.

We are members of the same body and share in the promise that God made through Christ Jesus. 

 

There is no longer rich or poor, black or white, male or female; for we are all one in union with Christ Jesus. 

If we belong to Christ, then we are members of God’s family and will receive what God has promised. 

 

Prayers Of Intercession

 

Meditation with Youth and Children

Scripture          Luke 4:14-30

Sermon             Jesus’ Sermon

 

Our Offerings  Celebrating the ways we can offer ourselves and our resources

to reflect Christ’s care for others 

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Closing Hymn               “We Are Called”                          Worship and Praise Songbook

Come! live in the light!

Shine with the joy and the love of the Lord!

We are called to be light for the kingdom, to live in the freedom of the city of God!

We are called to act with justice.  We are called to love tenderly.

We are called to serve one another, to walk humbly with God.

 

Come! Open your heart!  Show your mercy to all those in fear!

We are called to be hope for the hopeless,

so all hatred and blindness will be no more!

We are called to act with justice.  We are called to love tenderly.

We are called to serve one another, to walk humbly with God.

 

Sing! Sing a new song!  Sing of that great day when all will be one!

God will reign and we’ll walk with each other as sisters and brothers united in love!

We are called to act with justice.  We are called to love tenderly.

We are called to serve one another, to walk humbly with God.

Benediction & Postlude                                                                   CCLI 172614

Liturgy and Hymns Reprinted or adapted from the 1995 Moravian Book of Worship with the permission of the Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in America. © 1995 IBOC. www.moravian.org; e-mail: pubs@mcnp.org. All rights reserved.  The hymn “We Are Called” is taken from The Worship and Praise Songbook, 1999.

Sunday, January 10th ~ What Then Should We Do?

 

Congregational Core Values

Christ, Our Lamb Has Conquered!  We follow as we Worship, Share in Fellowship and Christian Love As we Learn to be Like Christ the Lamb &  In our Care for Others