Order of Service
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Words of Welcome & Territorial Acknowledgement
Prelude – Chorale Prelude on “Lights Divine”
Call to Worship
Hymn – #615 “Let saints on earth in concert sing”
Opening Prayer & Assurance of Forgiveness
Psalm 23 (responsive)
Sermon: Ordinary Saints – Rick McRonald
Hymn – #352 “And can it be”
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Offertory – “Intermezzo” (from Miniature Suite)
The Baker’s Dozen Men’s Ensemble
“In the garden”
“It is well”
“I’m feeling fine”
Prayers of the People
Hymn – #612 “Christ is the King” vs. 1-5
Postlude – Chorale Prelude on “Vulpius”