Sunday Worship Service May 3

WORSHIP SERVICE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 3

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In today’s reading from John 10, Jesus differentiates himself from those who “come to kill and destroy,”
promising that he has come so that we might have “abundant life.” What does “abundant life” mean today, as Jesus understood it,
and what would it mean for the church if we were Christ’s co-laborers in bringing God’s abundance to the world? Join us.

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Prelude with Tom Bailey
PRELUDE

“Pastorale”
Opus 59, Book 1
by Max Reger
Tom Bailey, Organ

Welcome and Opening Prayer
WELCOME & OPENING PRAYER

Minister of Adult Ministries Kelley Lane welcomes you to worship.

Opening Hymn #400
HYMN #400

Sing along with
Hymn #400 (music PDF)
“Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing”

Children's Moment
CHILDREN’S MOMENT

Jesus is Our Shepherd
Be sure to check our Children’s Ministry section below for more.

WATCH TODAY’S SERMON

Scripture Reading John 10:1-10 by Director of Youth Ministries Andy Glascott
Sermon “The Thief and Abundant Life” by Lead Pastor Doug Forrester

John 10:1-10 | "The Thief and Abundant Life"


Prayers of the People
PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE

Listen and pray for those in our community, country, and world. Share your prayer by 9:00 am Tuesday to be read next week.

Offertory with Daniel Banke and Tamara Nicely
OFFERTORY

“Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee”
arr. Craig Curry
Tamara Nicely, Vocalist
Daniel Banke, Piano

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Closing Hymn #381
HYMN #381

Sing along with Hymn #381 (music PDF)
“Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us”

Organ Postlude with Tom Bailey
POSTLUDE

“Fantasy” Opus 135b
by Max Reger
Tom Bailey, Organ

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