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“If  you,  O  Lord,  should  hold  our  sins  against  us, O  Lord,  who  could  stand? But  with  you  there  is  forgiveness...” Psalm  130:3-­‐4

8:30  &  9:45  services    +    February  8,  2015 Central  Presbyterian  Church  seeks  to  glorify  the  triune  God by  embracing  the  gospel,  building  our  community,  making  disciples,  and  transforming  socieGes.

Central Presbyterian Church 7700  Davis  Drive  +  Clayton,  Missouri  63105   314.727.2777 A=er-­‐hours  emergency  number  314.854.0140 www.centralpres.com Central  Presbyterian  Church  is  a  congregaHon  in  the  Evangelical  Presbyterian  Church.

Worship at Central www.centralpres.com/about/worship Streaming  live  online:  www.centralpres.com/resources/watch-­‐live Worship  website:  www.centralpresworship.net Songs  of  worship  are  used  with  permission.  CCLI  #100150 Unless  otherwise  indicated,  all  scripture  quotaHons  are  from The  Holy  Bible,  English  Standard  Version®  (ESV®),  copyright  ©  2001  by  Crossway  Publishers. Used  by  permission.  All  rights  reserved.

Cover Art “Jesus  Cares  for  an  Adulterous  Woman,”  by  Paul  Reising,  2015 This  sermon  series  from  January  18  to  February  15  will  explore  the  way  that  Jesus  cares  for  a  wide  variety   of  people  and  invites  them  into  his  kingdom.    This  week,  we  examine  how  Jesus  cares  for  a  woman   caught  in  adultery.

Prayer Room These  people  are  available  in  the  Prayer  Room  a=er  the  service  today to  pray  for  your  needs  and  the  needs  of  those  who  are  on  your  heart: 9:30  a.m.  –  Andy  Gunn,  Rosemary  Oliver,  John  Plag 10:45  a.m.  –  Jeffrey  Holtz,  Josie  Holtz,  Steve  Rasche To  reach  the  Prayer  Room,  exit  through  the  door  by  the  pulpit  and  turn  le=  at  the  bojom  of  the  steps.

Order of Worship Liturgist is Randy Mayfield, Director of Missions and Outreach Organists and pianists are Matthew Mazzoni and Marguerite Corey Chancel Choir and Vox Spiritus director is Matthew Mazzoni

Prelude Prelude and Fugue in D Major (8:30 service) How Can I Keep from Singing? (9:45 service) Vox Spiritus

J. S. Bach Robert Lowry 1826-1899 Arr. Michael Burkhardt

(lyrics on p. 7)

 STANDING      (IF  ABLE)    

God calls us to worship Liturgist:      

from Psalm 96:1, 11, 13

O  sing  to  the  LORD  a  new  song; Let  the  heavens  be  glad,  and  let  the  earth  rejoice; He  will  judge  the  world  in  righteousness, and  the  peoples  in  his  faithfulness.

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We praise God Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven

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Text: Henry F. Lyte 1834 Tune: John Goss 1869

We pray for God to help us worship Pastor:     All:            

Christ  is  risen! He  is  risen  indeed! He  died  for  us  that  we  might  live  for  him.

We greet one another with the peace of Christ  SEATED  

God calls us to confess our sin Liturgist:  

Galatians 5:13, 16; James 4:10

For  freedom  Christ  has  set  us  free. Only  do  not  use  your  freedom  as  an  opportunity  to  indulge  the  sinful  nature. Walk  by  the  Spirit,  and  you  will  not  graHfy  the  desires  of  the  sinful  nature. Humble  yourselves  before  the  Lord,  and  he  will  exalt  you.

    All  (sing):   stanzas  1,  2,  and  3  of  “Come,  Ye  Sinners”  (next  page)

We confess our sin All:    

   

Our  holy  and  gracious  God, we  have  sinned  against  you  and  against  our  own  bodies with  impure  thoughts  and  immoral  acIons. Our  sins  are  too  real  to  hide  and  too  deep  to  undo. Forgive  what  our  lips  tremble  to  name, what  our  hearts  can  no  longer  bear, and  what  has  become  for  us  a  consuming  fire  of  judgment. (silent  prayers  of  confession)

Liturgist:                                   All  (sing):  

Savior,  set  us  free  from  a  past  that  we  cannot  change, and  help  us  cast  all  our  guilt  and  shame  upon  you for  you  care  for  us  and  your  steadfast  love  endures  forever. Lord,  give  us  hope  that  in  you  we  can  be  changed, and  give  us  grace  to  offer  our  bodies  as  living  sacrifices, holy  and  pleasing  to  you.           stanzas  4  and  5  of  “Come,  Ye  Sinners”  (next  page) page 3

Come, Ye Sinners

Text: Joseph Hart 1759 Tune: Anonymous 1835

 STANDING      (IF  ABLE)    

God declares our forgiveness Liturgist:  

based on Psalm 130:3-4, 7-8

If  the  Lord  should  hold  our  sins  against  us,  no  one  could  stand. But  with  the  Lord  there  is  forgiveness,  that  he  may  be  feared.   O  Israel,  hope  in  the  Lord! For  with  the  Lord  there  is  steadfast  love, and  with  him  is  plenHful  redempHon. And  he  will  redeem  you  from  all  your  sins.   In  Jesus  Christ,  you  are  forgiven. page 4

We praise God Let Us Love and Sing and Wonder

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Text: John Newton 1774 Tune: Geistreiches Gesangbuch 1698

 SEATED  

There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy Chancel Choir

Text: Frederick Faber 1862 Tune: Lizzie Tourjée 1877 Arr. David Schwobel

By  the  tender  mercy  of  our  God,  the  dawn  from  on  high  will  break  upon  us,   to  give  light  to  those  in  darkness,  light  to  those  in  the  shadow  of  death, to  guide  our  feet  into  the  way  of  peace. There’s  a  wideness  in  God’s  mercy  like  the  wideness  of  the  sea.   There’s  a  kindness  in  God’s  jusHce,  which  is  more  than  liberty. For  the  love  of  God  is  broader  than  the  measures  of  our  mind;   And  the  heart  of  the  Eternal  is  most  wonderfully  kind. By  the  tender  mercy  of  our  God,  the  dawn  from  on  high  will  break  upon  us.   If  our  love  were  but  more  simple,  we  should  rest  upon  God’s  word,   and  our  lives  would  be  illumined  by  the  presence  of  our  Lord, to  give  light  to  those  in  darkness,  light  to  those  in  the  shadow  of  death, to  guide  our  feet  into  the  way  of  peace.

God instructs us in scripture reading

God instructs us in preaching

John 8:1-11 (pew Bible p. 894)

“Jesus Cares for an Adulterous Woman” Rev. Bob Hopper

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We offer ourselves in gifts and song How Can I Keep from Singing? (8:30 service) Vox Spiritus

Robert Lowry 1826-1899 Arr. Michael Burkhardt

My  life  flows  on  in  endless  song.   Above  earth's  lamentaHon, I  hear  the  sweet,  though  far-­‐off  hymn   that  hails  a  new  creaHon. Through  all  the  tumult  and  the  strife   I  hear  the  music  ringing. It  finds  an  echo  in  my  soul—   how  can  I  keep  from  singing? What  if  my  joys  and  comforts  die?   I  know  that  truth  is  living. What  though  the  darkness  ‘round  me  close?   SHll  truth  its  light  is  giving. No  storm  can  shake  my  inmost  calm   while  to  that  rock  I’m  clinging; Since  Love  is  Lord  of  heaven  and  earth,   how  can  I  keep  from  singing? I  li=  my  eyes;  the  cloud  grows  thin.   I  see  the  blue  above  it. And  day  by  day  this  pathway  smooths,   since  first  I  learned  to  love  it, The  peace  from  Love  makes  fresh  my  heart,   a  song  of  hope  is  springing; All  things  are  mine  since  truth  I’ve  found—   how  can  I  keep  from  singing?

Lead On, O King Eternal (9:45 service) Hymnal # 483

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Text: Ernest Shurtleff 1887 Tune: Henry Smart 1836

 STANDING      (IF  ABLE)    

We pray for the church and the world All:    

               

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  debts  as  we  forgive  our  debtors. And  lead  us  not  into  temptaIon,   but  deliver  us  from  evil. For  thine  is  the  kingdom  and  the  power  and  the  glory  forever.    Amen.

Lead On, O King Eternal (8:30 service) Hymnal # 483

Text: Ernest Shurtleff 1887 Tune: Henry Smart 1836

We praise God Doxology

Text: Thomas Ken 1709 Tune: Louis Bourgeois, Genevan Psalter, 1551

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God blesses us and sends us out Pastor:     All:      

And  all  God’s  people  said... Hallelujah!  Amen.

Postlude

Variations on “Faithful God”

Would  you  like  to  pray? If  you  would  like  someone  to  pray  for  you  about  any  needs  you  have, we  invite  you  to  go  to  the  Prayer  Room, which  you  can  reach  by  exiHng  through  the  door  by  the  pulpit and  turning  le=  at  the  bojom  of  the  steps.

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Pachelbel

Central Presbyterian Church Pastoral Staff

Bob  Hopper,  Interim  Senior  Pastor Eric  SHller,  Associate  Pastor,  Trio Todd  Denholm,  Assistant  Pastor,  Discipleship  and  CongregaHonal  Care Mike  Farley,  Assistant  Pastor,  Worship  and  Arts Daryl  Madi,  Assistant  Pastor,  West  County  Fellowship

Ministry and Administrative Directors Randy  Mayfield,  Missions  and  Outreach Eric  Schmidt,  CongregaHonal  Care Majhew  Mazzoni,  Music Jamie  Stowell,  Women   Jeremy  Blythe,  Students Ben  Waller,  College Tim  Page,  AdministraHon Jeff  Brown,  CommunicaHons Gloria  Cryts,  Business  AdministraHon