A Service of Worship


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PARTICIPATING IN WORSHIP TODAY Rev. Karla Shaw, Senior Pastor Alex Wirth, Associate Pastor Elder Em Cummins Alicia McMillan, Interim Director of Worship and Music/Organist Ringers ReJOYce!, Ann Simoneau, Director Deacon Greeters: Beverly Wickstrom, Meredith Larson June Ushers: Jim Cress, Dwight Kellogg, Dale Sundberg, Al Walter, Ellie Anderson, Lou Ray Checkert, Jill Giesick, Joshua Staker Media Ministry: John Spafford, Cheryl Louie, Jonathan Seifert, Erich McMillan VISITORS Please complete a Welcome Card from the pew pocket, so that we may become acquainted and serve you. Place the card in the offering or hand to an Usher. We’re glad you are here! PRAYER is a powerful source of comfort and healing. We invite you to bring to our attention those in need by contacting the church office, or noting your prayer request on the Welcome Card. Place the card in the offering or hand to an Usher. TODAY’S FLOWERS are given in loving memory of Ruth Carpenter Russell by Ann Simoneau and extended family. The flowers are also given in celebration of Darlene and Tom Johnson’s 64th wedding anniversary on June 20. The floral arrangements were created by Evelyn Cintas. PRAYER QUILT MINISTRY: Prayer Quilts are gifts of love and prayers for those in special need. Please come forward and tie your prayers into the quilts. To request a quilt, please contact Louise Lucas at [email protected], or Joanne Albrecht at (619) 222-1585.

Rev. Karla Shaw, Senior Pastor Rev. Alex Wirth, Associate Pastor Rev. Dr. Chris Lenocker, Parish Associate Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church 2128 Chatsworth Blvd., San Diego, CA 92107 ■ (619) 223-1633 pointlomachurch.org

A Service of Worship June 17, 2018 Father’s Day

Classic Worship 8:30 a.m. Sanctuary

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Order of Worship - 8:30 Please remember to silence your cell phones and refrain from flash photography. Thank you.

Prelude

My Spirit Be Joyful Ringers ReJOYce!

J. S. Bach

Welcome and Life of the Church *Songs of Praise

Pastor Karla

Take My Life and Let It Be Consecrated Faith of Our Fathers

No. 568 (1-4) No. 692 (1-3)

Scripture Reading

Children’s Sermon (Children to Sunday School) *Response

No. 44 Pastor Karla

Great Is the Lord

Invitation to Christian Stewardship

Invocation Ministry of Music

*Response Great Is the Lord (Children please come forward)

Alleluia! O Praise the Lord Most Holy New Covenant Choir Alicia McMillan, director Micah 6:6-8 Page 866 in the pew Bible

J. S. Bach

Elder Em Cummins

Offertory

Dance of Joy, Song of Sorrow Ringers ReJOYce!

Linda Lamb

*Doxology (Old Hundredth) *Song of Preparation

What Does the Lord Require?

Prayer of Confession (In unison, followed by silent prayer) God of all creation, You have given us all that we have. You are the author of our very existence. In response to all this goodness we strive to please You. We build elaborate temples and shrines to Your glory. We make great shows of heaping praise at Your feet. We twist ourselves into knots trying to act right in Your presence. We do all of this and forget to ever ask: What do You require of us, Lord? Rather than build walls, You call us to do justice. Rather than showy gestures, You call us to embody faithful love. Rather than obsessing over sin, You call us to walk humbly with You. Forgive us when we forget to ask, Gracious God. Forgive us and let us remember how a life of faith can be. (silent prayer) Amen.

Sermon

What, Exactly, Does This Include?

Call to Prayer

I Surrender All

Affirmation of Grace

Postlude:

No. 571 (1,3,4) Pastor Alex No. 579 (1,3,4)

Pastoral Prayer 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. *Closing Hymn

We Are Called to Be God’s People

No. 710 (1-3)

Festive Trumpet Tune

David German

*Benediction

*Please stand, if you are able.