Who Do You Belong To
January 10, 2021

Who Do You Belong To

Preacher:
Passage: Matthew 3:13-17, Acts 19:1-7
Service Type:

J anuary 10, 2021

Baptism of the Lord

 

 

Musical Prelude

We Praise God!

Welcome Rev Megan Penfold

Lighting the Christ Candle

Praises: “Sing Them Over Again to Me” #498 Vrs 1,3,

1) Sing them over again to me, wonderful words of life;

let me more of their beauty see, wonderful words of life;

all so freely given, wooing us to heaven.

Beautiful words, wonderful words, wonderful words of life,

beautiful words, wonderful words, wonderful words of life.

3) Sweetly echo the gospel call, wonderful words of life;

offer pardon and peace to all, wonderful words of life;

words of life and beauty, teach me faith and duty.

Beautiful words, wonderful words, wonderful words of life,

beautiful words, wonderful words, wonderful words of life.

 

Praises: “My Redeemer Lives”

I know He rescued my soul. His blood has covered my sin. I believe. I believe.

My shame He's taken away. My pain is healed in His name. I believe. I believe.

I'll raise a banner 'cause my Lord has conquered the grave

My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives.

I know He rescued my soul. His blood has covered my sin. I believe. I believe.

My shame He's taken away. My pain is healed in His name. I believe. I believe.

I'll raise a banner 'cause my Lord has conquered the grave

My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives.

You lift my burdens. I'll rise with You. I'm dancing on this mountaintop to see Your kingdom come.

My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives. My Redeemer lives.

 

 

Call to Worship:

L: God’s voice speaks to our chaos, echoing in our empty hearts, gathering us together to remember our baptism.

R: God’s voice flows like the living waters of grace, our new name, ‘Beloved’ resounding in our souls.

L: God’s voice stirs the waters of hope, calling us to be bearers of hope in a world of broken hopes.

R: We worship you, Inviting and Redeeming God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

 

Sharing the Peace of Christ:

Peace before us, Peace behind us, Peace under our feet.

Peace within us, Peace above us, may all around us be peace.

The peace of Christ be with you.

 

Morning Prayer (with the Lord’s Prayer)

 

Praise: “We are One in the Spirit” #471 (Vrs 1,2, 4)

1) We are one in the Spirit. We are one in the Lord. We are one in the Spirit. We are one in the Lord,

and we pray that all unity may one day be restored.

And they’ll know we are Christians, by our love, by our love.

Yes, they’ll know we are Christians, by our love.

2) We will walk with each other. We will walk hand in hand. We will walk with each other. We will

walk hand in hand, and together we’ll spread the news, that God is in our land.

And they’ll know we are Christians, by our love, by our love.

Yes, they’ll know we are Christians, by our love.

4) All praise to the Father from whom all things come and all praise to Christ Jesus, His only Son;

and all praise to the Spirit, who makes us one.

And they’ll know we are Christians, by our love, by our love.

Yes, they’ll know we are Christians, by our love.

 

Children’s Story: “Remember My Baptism?” Rev. Megan Penfold

 

We Hear God!

 

The Word of God: Matthew 3:13-17, Acts 19:1-7

 

Message: “Who Do You Belong To” Rev. Megan Penfold

 

Praise: “Lord Reign in Me”

1) Over all the earth, You reign on high. Every mountain stream, every sunset sky.

But my one request, Lord my only aim; is that You'd reign in me again.

Lord reign in me. Reign in Your power. Over all my dreams, in my darkest hour.

You are the Lord of all I am, so won't You reign in me again.

2) Over every thought, over every word, may my life reflect the beauty of my Lord.

'Cause You mean more to me, than any earthly thing, so won't You reign in me again.

Lord reign in me. Reign in Your power. Over all my dreams, in my darkest hour.

You are the Lord of all I am, so won't You reign in me again.

 

 

We Serve God and One Another!

 

Prayers of Caring and Concerns

Offering Prayer

 

Praise: “Tell Me the Old, Old, Story #499 (Vrs 1, 4)

1) Tell me the old, old, story of unseen things above;

Of Jesus and His glory, of Jesus and His love.

Tell me the story simply, as to a little child,

For I am weak and weary and helpless and defiled.

Tell me the old, old, story, tell me the old, old, story,

tell me the old, old, story, of Jesus and His love

3) Tell me the story softly, with earnest tones and grave;

Remember I'm the sinner, whom Jesus came to save.

Tell me the story always, if you would really be,

In any time of trouble, a comforter to me.

Tell me the old, old, story, tell me the old, old, story,

tell me the old, old, story, of Jesus and His love.

4) Tell me the same old story, when you have cause to fear;

That this world's empty glory is costing me too dear.

And when the next world's glory, is dawning on my soul;

Tell me the old, old, story - Christ Jesus makes thee whole.

Tell me the old, old, story, tell me the old, old, story,

tell me the old, old, story, of Jesus and His love.

 

 

Going Out with God!

Benediction

 

Parting Music: “Benediction”

1) May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord smile on you, shine His light upon you.

May the Lord lift you, turn His face towards you, give you His peace, give you His peace.

2) May the Lord bless us and keep us. May the Lord smile on us, shine His light upon us.

May the Lord lift us, turn His face towards us, give us His peace, give us His peace.

Chorus

Blessed we came to this place, today, and blessed now we will go.

In the name of the Father, the Spirit, and the Son.

3) May the Lord bless us and keep us. May the Lord smile on us, shine His light upon us.

May the Lord lift us, turn His face towards us, give us His peace give us His peace

 

Postlude: Bev & Nancy

 

VIDEO PREPARATION: Kingsley Daniel

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