This Sunday: April 20, 2014
Easter / Resurrection of the Lord
The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper
"Encountering the Risen Jesus” based on
will be Pastor Carolyn Gillette's sermon for our Easter Worship
Services at 8:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Prelude: “Celebrate Jesus,” “All Heaven Declares,” “You Are My King”
We Sing God’s Praise: “He Arose,” “Happy Day,” “Jesus Is Alive”
Special Music: “Christ Is Risen”
Hymns: “Jesus Christ is Risen Today,” “God Welcomes All,” “Lift High the Cross”
Postlude: “Christ Arose”
Prelude: "Christ Arose” arr. Smith
“Jesus Christ is Risen Today”
Choral Introit: “Easter Acclamation”
arr. Lanny Allen
Hymns: “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today,” “Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain,” “God Welcomes All,” “Lift High the
Anthem: Resurrection Victory”
Offertory: “I Know That My Redeemer Lives”
Benediction Response: “Hallelujah Chorus”
Postlude: “Christ Has Triumphed”
Infants and Younger Children In Worship:
Children of all ages bring special gifts and are always welcome in
worship. However, if your infant or young child needs a place to cry, talk, or play with other children, free nursery care is
available. The Nursery is located in the Narthex and is supervised by experienced, welcoming, caring staff and volunteers.
For children who choose to remain in worship, there are worship activity bags and children’s worship bulletins
available at the back of the sanctuary.
Each Sunday, during our 8:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services, children ages
four through seven may leave after the Time with Children to attend Sunday Plus, a program of Bible stories
and activities. Older children are invited to remain in worship with their families.
Resource For Parents:
See the wonderful resource for parents titled
Worship Readiness: Preparing Children for Congregational Worship.
Children’s Church School at 10:15 AM:
During the summer 10:00 am Worship Service, children's church school
will be at 10:15 am. Please contact
Pastor Carolyn at 994-5646 for more information.
Why We Worship The Way We Do A
Commentary on the Service of the Lord’s Day
Check out this
online resource that explains each part of a Sunday worship service in the Presbyterian
Church. Your pastors always welcome your questions about worship,
faith and life.