Sunday Worship Service


                                              February 11, 2018



10:30 a.m.


News of the Congregation                                                           Ruth King


Words of Welcome                                                             Pastor Eric


* Call to Worship                                                    Christopher Luebbert

             Leader: We are brought here today to glimpse the hope that    Christ has for us.

People: Open our hearts to receive that hope.

Leader: We are brought here today to be healed of our fears.

People: Heal us, Lord Jesus, with your love and power.

Leader: Come, let us receive the vision and healing love of God.

People:   Praise be to God who continues to bless and restore    us. Amen.


*   Opening Song    “Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty” #64

               (vs. 1, 3 & 4)

(The ushers will collect your prayer requests during this time)


*   Flag Ceremony               Alex Aulenbacher and Parker Beardsley

*   Pledge of Allegiance

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands; one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


*   Christian Pledge

I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag and to the Savior for whose kingdom it stands; one brotherhood, uniting all true Christians in service and in love.

     Unison Prayer    Jordan Kendzior

     Holy God, upon the mountain you revealed our Messiah, who by his death and resurrection would fulfill both the law and the prophets.

By his transfiguration enlighten our path that we may dare to suffer with him in the service of humanity and so share in the everlasting glory of him who lives and reigns with you and the holy Spirit, One God, for ever. Amen. 

     Children’s Message                                                           Corey Hansen                                      

     Song                                      “Cornerstone”


     Mission Moment                                          Ronnie Cox

     Congregational Prayer and The Lord's Prayer  


   The Offering             

Offertory Music              “Spirit of God”                 Organ

(please sign and pass the pew pad during the offering and

greet your neighbors after service)

*The Doxology        #95

*The Offertory Prayer   


   Anthem      Chancel Choir


   Scripture Readings 2 Corinthians 4:3-6          Tyler Hansen

Matthew 17:1-9


   The Message “Peter - The Discipleship of Failing and Learning”                    “Transfiguration”       Pastor Leonard        


* Closing Hymn   “Be Thou My Vision” #451

(You are welcome to come to the altar rail to pray during this time)         


*   Benediction


*   Postlude


*indicates that members of congregation stand as they are able.


“Christ Caring for People through People”


We are a Stephen Ministry Congregation


If you are visiting among us this morning we extend a cordial welcome to you. It is our hope and prayer that you will be pleased and made glad that you met with us for worship.


Nursery care is available for small children during the worship hour. Small children are those who are infants through kindergarten age. Older children are welcomed and urged to remain in the worship service.



Do you need a Bible? Pew Bibles are available to be used during worship. If you would like a Bible for yourself, new paperback copies are available as you enter and exit the sanctuary.


Sound Operators are Cory Rearick, Eric Serff & Ed Travis. See them or tell an usher if you would like to use an Assistive Listening Device.


Children’s Activity Bags are available in the Narthex for use during the service.



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