Rev. Tom van Milligen
September 13, 2020
Rev. Tom van Milligen

Reference

Matthew 6:9-15, 8:15-20, 5:21-26  
Garbage Disposal - Forgiveness in God's House

Photo credit: Eb Itso, Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art, Brussels

 

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Here is the order of worship. You can find a printable copy, as well as the entire written liturgy, under "Sermon Notes" on this page.

KINGDOM | culture: Garbage disposal—forgiveness in God’s house

WE BEGIN OUR WORSHIP

Welcome                                                                                                                               
God Greets Us                                                                                                                    
Call to Worship   
Song:  Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee, LU 581: 1, 3
Opening Prayer
Song: Father, Help Your People, PsH 607: 1, 2 (tune LU 220)

WE CONFESS OUR DESIRE TO KEEP SCORE AND ARE FORGIVEN

Song: Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive, LU 638: 1, 2, 4                                                
A Time of Silence
Song:  They’ll Know We Are Christians, LU 256: 1, 2, 3
Prayers of the People                                                                                                                         

WE LISTEN TO GOD’S WORD ON FORGIVENESS

Scripture: Matthew 6:9-15, 8:15-20, 5:21-26                                                                   
Message: KINGDOM | culture: Garbage disposal—forgiveness in God’s house            
Prayer
Song of Response:  Bring Forth the Kingdom, SNC 123: 1, 2, 3

OUR WORSHIP ENDS

God Blesses Us                                                                                                                
Song: They’ll Know We are Christians, LU 256: 4

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