A Service of Worship

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PARTICIPATING IN WORSHIP TODAY Rev. Dr. Markus Watson Don Brenneman, Minister of Music/Business Administrator Elder John Pearson Elder John Spafford Bryan Verhoye, Pianist Deacon Greeters: 8:30 Michelle Reynolds; 10:15 Carolyn Griesemer January Ushers: Bryan Bennett, Jane Bennett, Bob Holst, Pete Griffith, Jill Giesick, Kirsten Helgager, Mike Long, Joshua Staker. Media Ministry: Fred Daugherty, Bob Giesick, and Jonathan Seifert. VISITORS Please complete a Visitor Welcome Card so that we may learn how to best become acquainted with you, as well as serve you. Place the card in the offering or hand to an Usher. 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 a Visitor Welcome Card. Place the card in the offering or hand to an Usher. FLOWERS are given in loving memory of Carolyn T. Meredith and Joel Calhoun by her family. The flowers are also given in loving memory of John Clark and Verna Wood Lamott and Janet Hill Lamott by David, Jack and Stephen Lamott, and their families. The floral arrangement were created by Monica Ball. PRAYER QUILT MINISTRY: Prayer Quilts are gifts of love and prayers for those in special need. Please tie your prayers into the quilts. To request a quilt, please contact Joanne Albrecht at (619) 222-1585, or Louise Lucas at [email protected] PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES: Pat Harrington, Brad Woodard, James Watts, Rick Nestor, Scott Castlen, Greg White, Jim Kelley, Zack Flynn, Tom Daggett, Nathan Schnaible, Will Scarle, Eli Owre, Margo Zorn Smith, MD., and Jose Hernandez and the crew of the USS John P. Murtha (LPD-26). To offer prayers and express appreciation to any of then, contact Tom or Julie Gadzala for addresses at [email protected]

Rev. Karla Shaw, Associate Pastor Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church 2128 Chatsworth Blvd., San Diego, CA 92107 ■ 619.223.1633 pointlomachurch.org

A Service of Worship January 29, 2017

Classic Worship 8:30 and 10:15 am ~ Sanctuary Café Worship 10:15 am ~ Chapel

Experience Jesus Strengthen Christ’s Church Journey into Deeper Faith Transform Our World

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


Give Me That Old Time Religion Bryan Verhoye, Pianist

Welcome *Hymn of Praise

arr. Peter Wolf Don Brenneman

Come, Thou Almighty King Clap Your Hands

No. 5 (1-3) No. 23

Grace New Covenant Choir Don Brenneman, Director

Mark Hayes

Invocation Ministry of Music

Scripture Reading: Psalm 63:1-4 (Page 527 in the pew Bible)

Elder John Pearson

Prayer of Confession (followed by silent prayer) God of mercy, hear the prayers of Your thirsting people. Forgive us for every time we have attributed Your miracles in our lives to our own hands alone.

Children’s Sermon Elder John Spafford Children to Sunday School. 10:15: Grades 7 & 8 to Youth Center Joys and Concerns *Hymn

My Worth Is Not in What I Own


Thirsty John 4:1-30

Call to Prayer

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

Invitation to Christian Stewardship Offertory

For the many opportunities to extend forgiveness that we have refused, For each way we put our own understandings above Your wisdom, For each time we resist Your command to be reconciled with those who believe differently from us, teach us how to love.

*Prayer of Dedication

Whiter Than Snow

arr. M. Sherrill Kelsey

*Doxology (with Alleluias)

Closing Hymn

Come, Thou Almighty King

No. 5 (4)

Gigue from French Suite #5

J. S. Bach

*Benediction Postlude

*Please stand if you are able.

Affirmation of Grace Response: Amazing Grace! How Sweet the Sound Children come forward

No. 452

Pastoral Prayer and 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.

Grant us mercy for every time we promised to trust You but turned to our own way when Your response did not come soon enough or in the way we expected.

Forgive us, Loving One, and quench our thirst with Your grace; Remake us into vessels of tenderness and compassion. For Christ’s sake we pray. (silent prayer) Amen.

Rev. Dr. Markus Watson

No. 502 (1,3)

Note: The 10:15 Café and Sanctuary worship services on February 5 will begin at 10:30 instead of 10:15, due to the Annual Meeting at 9:30 am.