Question: “Is This the Way?”—Answer: “What Way?”

Question: “Is This the Way?”—Answer: “What Way?”

Order of Worship Service, Sept 6, 11 am  (Printable PDF)
(Video will be posted LIVE on the church’s FB page at 11am.  Livestream will be cross-posted here ASAP once the livestream starts)

PRELUDE:  Water, Blood, and Spirit Crying— Jeffrey Blersh, set by Sandra Eithun
HYMN: In an Age of Twisted Values (#345   Glory to God)

For the sin of silence,
For the sin of indifference,
For the secret complicity of the neutral,
For the closing of borders,
For the washing of hands,
For the crime of indifference,
For the sin of silence,
For the closing of borders.
For all that was done,
For all that was not done,
Let there be no forgetfulness before the Throne of Glory;
Let there be remembrance within the human heart;
And let there at last be forgiveness
When your children, O God, are free and at peace.
–Chaim Stern

SUNG RESPONSE: We Need a Faith (#2181   Sing the Faith)
SCRIPTURE:  Exodus 13: 17-22  Isaiah 30:21   John 14:1-6    Acts 24:10-14
SUNG RESPONSE: We Are One in the Spirit (#300  Glory to God)
SERMON:  Question: “Is This the Way?”—Answer: “What Way?”
CHORAL ANTHEM: Carol of the Exodus —English, arr. Richard Shephard
INTERCESSORY PRAYER: with comments by people on FB (You can also email prayer requests to during office hours)
the Lord’s Prayer

SUNG RESPONSE:  Come, Ye Disconsolate  (2132  Sing the Faith)
OFFERTORY SOLO: Sometimes a Light Surprises, Text, William Cowper; music, Craig Courtney, Josh Stark, bass
                 Offering link


It is through weakness and vulnerability
that we learn empathy and compassion
and discover our souls
Under the greatest adversity
there exists the greatest potential for doing good,
both for oneself and others.
The quality of human life on our planet
is nothing more than the sum total
of our daily interactions with one another.
Each time we help, or harm,
we have a dramatic impact on our world.
There comes a time
when we need to stop
just pulling people out of the river.
We need to dedicate ourselves to going upstream
and find out why they’re falling in.
Compassion is the radicalism of our time.
—Dali Llama and Bishop Desmond Tutu

HYMN: When Israel Was in Egypt’s Land (#52 Glory to God)
SUNG RESPONSE:  Lead Me, Guide Me  (#740 Glory to God)
POSTLUDE:  Blessed Assurance (BLESSED ASSURANCE) set by Mark Patterson


Pastor- Scott Myers
Piano- Emily Davidson
Choir- Josh Stark, Neil Long, Jennifer Weiman, Em WitbolsFeugen
Camera/Facebook/Prayer requests: Deanna Capps
Webpage- Martine Roesel


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