Our Worship #45 returns to the subject of the "Great Confession" that was the theme of worship #44 message by Rev. Anj Perkins. Moving from a look at the confession's call to discipleship, this week Rev. Bob Shaw focuses on the personal side of this confession.
Our worship today brings the special music of the Gospel Quartet of Southport Christian Church: Susan Blosser, Leah Trigg, Dan Blosser and Dean Phelps, singing Ten Thousand Angels, Softly and Tenderly.
Scripture for today, all in NRSV are Psalm 103 and Matthew 16:13-27.
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Ministry team participating in today's worship
Message: Bob Shaw
Communion: Deb Phelps
Pastor's Prayer: Deb Phelps
Scripture: Psalm 103:1-3, 8-13, 17-18 (NRSV) Betty Ann Duke
Matthew 16:13-26 (NRSV): Janet Spaulding
Communion Prayer: Susan McNeely
In appreciation to the Gospel Quartet, Southport Christian Church, Indianapolis (Susan Blosser (soprano; Leah Trigg, alto; Dan Blosser, tenor; Dean Phelps, bass):
Softly and Tenderly (Will L. Thompson)
Ten Thousand Angels (Ray Overholt)
Southport Congregational singing:
Sweet Hour of Prayer (William W. Walford)
I Have Decided to Follow Jesus (anonymous)
Come Share the Lord (Bryan Jeffrey Leech)
My Tribute (Andre Crouch) played by Beverly Carmichael Heid, piano