08-4-13 Bulletin


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HYMN NOTES: “The King of Love My Shepherd Is” (106) by Henry W. Baker (1821-1877) Baker’s hymn is not just another metrical version or paraphrase of Psalm 23, but rather treats it freely and gives it a distinctively Christian framework. Christ, the Good Shepherd, is the center of the setting, and the Cross, a symbol of Christ laying down his life for the sheep, is followed by a sacramental emphasis on the Lord’s table and the Eucharistic chalice. You might enjoy comparing this setting with “The Lord’s My Shepherd” (104), “In Heavenly Love Abiding” (417) and “Savior, like a Shepherd Lead Us” (380).

The flowers in the sanctuary today are given to the glory of God by Missy Wolf, Shannon & Leah In Memory of Shirley Wolf, Mother & Grandmother Denise & George Cernansky In Honor of Our 35th Wedding Anniversary Flower orders & donation costs for flowers ordered for worship are made using the “2013 Flower Reservation Chart” on the bulletin board across from the kitchen. Thank you to those providing flowers each week In Honor/In Memory of someone or an anniversary/birthday! PLEASE REMEMBER THE CHURCH IN YOUR WILL.

BIRTHDAY BLESSINGS TO…. Sunday, August 4th: Gemma Briggs, John George Monday, August 5th: Cindy Huffman, Candy Spoenlein Tuesday, August 6th: Pat Thygerson, Lindsay Winder-French Wednesday, August 7th: Eric McLendon Thursday, August 8th: Melanie Cox, Dick Evans, Kim Peterson, Rachel Smith Saturday, August 10th: Kelly Brinkman, Ben Cernansky, Pat Gravatt, David Hamilton

FAITHFULLY SERVING NORTHWOOD CHURCH TODAY ACOLYTES: (8:15) Kurt Kemerer (11:00) Isaac Jeffre GREETERS: (8:15) Pete & Mimi Judd (11:00) Carol Rathmell USHERS: (8:15) Ray & JoAnne Spigarelli Loisanne Bilka & Janet George (9:30) Sam & Barb Musgrave (11:00) Nancy Johnson, Carol Rathmell Sue Miskiewicz, & Steve Winder VAN DRIVER: Ed Puschmann

EDUCATION MINISTRY FOR ALL AGES

Welcome To

8:15 AM CHILDREN’S CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Children’s Church is taking a break through August. Children over three may remain with their parents in worship.

Northwood Presbyterian Church

9:30 AM CHILDREN’S CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 3 Yr. Olds-Kindergarten (12/13 School Year) Room 3

A Stephen Ministry Church

Teachers: Tracey Birch & Barbara Englehart st

1 —5th Grades Rooms 4 & 6 Students gather to worship at the beginning of the service with their teachers, in the front Sanctuary rows, closest to the band. After the Prayers of Joys & Concerns, they will move to room 4.

August 4, 2013

Teachers: Chris Hurst & Loisanne Bilka

11:00 AM CHILDREN’S CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Children over three may remain with their parents in worship. Middle & High School Christian Education 9:30 am Youth Room 11:00 am Youth Room 9:30 AM ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION SERENDIPITY—Rooms 13 & 15 Join us in the fall, September 1. Have you ever wondered why so many new Christians are sent to the Gospel of John as their first stop in the bible? Join us September 1 as we unpack the overwhelming evidence of our risen savior, Jesus Christ. It’s a comfortable atmosphere with cookies and coffee. Bibles are provided. Try us! ~Doug Shierling, a team leader. TCI (Today's Christian Issues) TCI Class is on summer break. We'll resume our always engaging and lively discussions, fueled by coffee and cookies, on Sunday, September 1. We look forward to welcoming you then! 11:00 AM ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION EXPERIENCING GOD – Rooms 13 &15 We are on Summer Break. We’ll resume in the fall!

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Ministers: All Members of the Church E. Chris Curvin, Pastor Paul Means, Associate Pastor for Congregational Care & Mission

Northwood Presbyterian Church 2875 State Road 580, Clearwater, FL 33761 (727) 796-8090 Fax (727) 797-8276 www.northwoodpc.org Like us on Facebook! facebook.com/npc.clearwater

Order for the Public Worship of God August 4, 2013 11th Sunday after Pentecost 8:15 & 11:00 AM Worship Services WE GATHER (Let the congregation be silent, and in prayer as the music begins. Please turn off cell phones.)

*DOXOLOGY—#544 Praise God from whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below: Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen.

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*PRAYER OF DEDICATION WE HEAR THE WORD

PRAYER OF PREPARATION

LET THE COUNTDOWN BEGIN SCRIPTURE READING (pages 872-873)

OPENING VOLUNTARY “The Gift of Love” arr. Lloyd Larson Robert Wood, Oboe; Heather Wood, Clarinet (Acolytes symbolically bring in the light of Christ & then take it out into the world.)

WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS *PASSING THE PEACE OF CHRIST (Please complete the bulletin insert, “FRIENDSHIP SHEET,” and place it in the offering plate later in the service). *HYMN #9

“Now Thank We All Our God”

NUN DANKET

WE CONFESS CALL TO CONFESSION PRAYER OF CONFESSION (Together) Heavenly Father, we give you thanks that Jesus is truly the Good Shepherd who willingly laid down his life for sinful human beings. What staggering good news it is to know that Jesus took our sin upon himself so that we may receive forgiveness and be reconciled in love with you. Forgive us, Dear Lord, for so often taking this amazing grace for granted. In your love and mercy enable us to more faithfully hear and obey the voice of the Good Shepherd. In so doing may others be open to hearing the voice of the One who knows them the best and loves them the most, even Jesus Christ our Lord, the great Shepherd of the sheep. Amen. ASSURANCE OF PARDON *CONGREGATIONAL RESPONSE (Together) “Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Amen.”

John 10:7-21 (NRSV)

SERMON SERIES Paul Means, Associate Pastor Glimpses of Jesus #3- “I Am the Good Shepherd”

PRAISE SONG “Let Everything That Has Breath” “You Are Good”

HYMN #106 (first tune) DOMINUS REGIT ME “The King of Love My Shepherd Is” (Please Remain Seated)

MEET & GREET “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)” WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS

WE UNITE IN PRAYER AND SACRAMENT THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORD’S SUPPER PRAYERS OF PRAISE AND THE LORD’S PRAYER “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 temptation, but deliver us from evil: For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.” THE BREAKING OF THE BREAD AND THE SHARING OF THE CUP; THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE BREAD AND CUP (To symbolize our unity in Christ, we hold the bread until the Elders and Deacons are served and then all partake as one Body. To symbolize our personal relationship with the Lord, we drink of the cup, as the Spirit leads.) MUSIC AT COMMUNION arr. Charles Callahan “Thee We Adore, O Hidden Savior” THE PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING

*BENEDICTION

FAITH SHARING WITH THE CHILDREN (8:15 am & 11:00 am: Children’s church is taking a break through August. Children over three may remain with their parents in worship.)

CLOSING VOLUNTARY Charles W. Ore “Ceremonial Fanfare in E Flat for Events Happening and Those Yet to Come”

CALL TO OFFERING MUSICAL OFFERING

Katharina von Schlegel “Be Still, My Soul” Kari Jobe/Jason Ingram Stephanie Carson, solo, Mark Johnston, violin; Tom Huffman, piano

SCRIPTURE READING John 10:7-21 (NRSV) MESSAGE Glimpses of Jesus #3: “I Am the Good Shepherd” Paul Means, Associate Pastor

I AM THINE

VOLUNTARY “Shine Jesus, Shine” arr. Lloyd Larson Robert Wood, Oboe; Heather Wood, Clarinet

WE SHARE

CALL TO OFFERING OFFERTORY “Shine, Jesus Shine” Robert Wood, Oboe; Heather Wood, Clarinet

“Holy Is the Lord” Chris Tomlin/Louis Giglio

WE GO OUT TO SERVE “I Am Thine, O Lord”

SHARING JOYS & CONCERNS IN PRAYER

COMMUNION MUSIC DURING COMMUNION

*APOSTLES’ CREED (page 12, opposite hymn #1 – The Hymnbook) *HYMN #320

WORSHIP CONTINUES “Be Still, My Soul” Stephanie Carson, solo; Mark Johnston, violin; Tom Huffman, piano

(You are invited to remain for the final act of worship, the closing voluntary. A closer look is welcomed if you wish to come stand next to the organ console.) Stephanie Carson, Music Director Tom Huffman, Organist & Associate Music Director *Congregation will stand. If standing is difficult for you, feel free to remain seated.

SONG OF DEDICATION “One Thing Remains” GOD’S BLESSING TO YOU