Lakes Church 10:45am Live Worship Service - Gospel of Mark - November 15th, 2020

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Palm Sunday Worship, March 28, 2021

Whoever you are, and wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here!

Follow along in our detailed worship guide:

Prelude: “St. Theodulph” composer Melchior Teschner, arr. David Johnson - Copyright 1965 Carl Fischer, Inc. Judy Hammett, organ

Welcome and Announcements by The Rev. Dr. Jeremy Rutledge

Candle Lighting by Kibru Stanfield

Children’s Welcome by Jonathan Wright

Call to Worship by Jeremy Rutledge, read by Linda Mayo-Perez Williams

Hymn: “All Glory, Laud, and Honor” by Theodulph of Orleans/Melchior Teschner. Sung by Laura Kohler, Mary Kay McLane, Marilyn Taylor (alto and soprano), Barbara Brant-Williams, Barbara Cole (alto and soprano), Patty Pearce, Bill Simpson (tenor and bass), David McLane, Chris Hernandez, Karl Peterson, Betty Taylor, Mike Marcell, and JoAnne Marcell

Prayer of Confession by Mayo-Perez Williams

Anthem: “Hosanna in the Highest” SATB with Children's Choir, Percussion, and Keyboard, by David W. Music published by Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, MO. Performed by Silas Owen Moody-Laird - Boy Soprano Solo, Patty Pearce - Piccolo, Bill Simpson - Percussion, Singers include: Marilyn Taylor, Barbara Cole, Barbara Brant-Williams, Laura Kohler, Joanne Marcell, Mary Kaye McLane, Patty Pearce, Betty Taylor, Chris Hernandez, JC Davidson, Mike Marcell, David McLane, Bill Simpson, Karl Peterson with Piano accompaniment by Judy Hammett.

Scripture Reading: Mark 11.1-11 by Keanette Perez

Teaching: “Welcoming a Different Story” Rutledge

Musical Meditation: Inner Mood by Kay Gardner from Moon Circles played by Susan Parsons, flute

Offering by Rutledge
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Offertory: “God So Loved the World” is one of 20 selections from Sir John Stainer's 1887 oratorio, The Crucifixion: A Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer. This anthem is perhaps Stainer's most often performed choral work and can be found in the choral libraries of many churches. Directed by Michael Laird with piano accompaniment by Judy Hammett. Sung by Laura Kohler, Barbara Cole*, Ru Monsell, Barbara Brant-Williams, Liz Perez, Marilyn Taylor, Mary Kay McLane, JoAnne Marcell*, Patty Pearce, Betty Taylor, JC Davidson, David McLane, George Taylor, Mike Marcell, Karl Peterson, Chris Hernandez, and Bill Simpson* (*performed two parts). Photographs by Peter Steele.


Pastoral Prayer by Rutledge
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The Prayer That Jesus Taught Us:

Music Instrumental: “What Wondrous Love is This?”American Melody arr. by Kristin Coleman Campbell. Copyright 2005 Soundforth Inc.
Performed by: Ellie Jos, violin; Patty Pearce, flute; Carolyn Ferrell, bass; Judy Hammett, piano

Benediction by Rutledge

Postlude: Sing, My Tongue, arr. Donald Johns - from Concordia Hymn Prelude Series Copyright 1982 Concordia Publishing. Played by Judy Hammett, organ


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