Did Jesus know at the first of the week as he entered Jerusalem that by the time it all ended, he would be put to death on a cross? Did he know the shouts of Hosanna! that rang in his ears would be replaced by shouts of Crucify him! just days later? Did he intentionally choose to ride on a donkey, to make a statement about leadership?
We can't know what was on Jesus' mind. But if you join us in worship, we will look at the significance of what we've come to call Palm Sunday--in four words. Rev. Bob Shaw brings these speaking from Luke 19.
Worship today brings together a blend, just over 25 minutes, of prayer, scripture, message, singing, and a special time of communion at the end. We hope that you'll be blessed by worshiping with DisciplesNet, finding ways your own faith in God can grow.
As we do every week, our closing moments together include a time of communion (breaking of the bread). We invite you to participate if you would like with some type of actual bread and drink you supply, or these elements held in your mind. You may also meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me."
(Scroll down for an Order of Worship)
We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from being part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table.
ORDER OF WORSHIP:
1. Opening music, “All Glory, Laud and Honor”
2. Introduction: Russ Smith, with Psalm 118
3. Opening hymn: “All Glory, Laud and Honor”
4. Pastor's Prayer with Lord's Prayer: Deb Phelps
5. Hymn: “Jesus Walked the Lonesome Valley"
6. Scripture: Luke 19:28-40 (NRSV), Deb Phelps
7. Message: “Four Words for Today," Bob Shaw
8. Hymn: “Jesus Messiah"
9. Communion: Susan McNeely
10. Hymn: “Eat this Bread,” DisciplesNet Singers
11. Sending out
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