Kuhn Memorial Presbyterian Church 955 Main St. (P.O. Box 222) Barboursville, West Virginia 25504 July 25, 2021.
Welcome and Announcements
*Call to Worship
God of grace, you have given us minds to know you, and voices to sing your praise.
Fill us with your Spirit,
that we may celebrate your glory
and worship you in Sprit and in truth;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
*Hymn Glory to God
Prayer of Confession
Holy and merciful God,
in your presence we confess our sinfulness, our shortcomings,
and our offenses against you.
You alone know how often we have sinned
in wandering from your ways,
in wasting your gifts,
in forgetting your love.
Have mercy on us, O Lord,
for we are sorry for all we have done to displease you.
Forgive our sins,
and help us live in your light,
and walk in your ways,
for the love of Jesus Christ our Savior.
Take, O Take Me As I Am Glory to God 698
Assurance of Forgiveness
Hear the good news!
The saying is sure and worthy of full acceptance,
that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners.
He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross,
that we might be dead to sin and alive to all that is good.
I declare to you in the name of Jesus Christ, you are forgiven. Be at peace.
First Scripture Reading
Time With Our Young Disciples
Second Scripture Reading
Morning Message Rev. David Richards
*Affirmation of Faith The Apostles’ Creed Glory to God p. 35
*Gloria Patri Glory to God 581
Sharing Our Joys and Concerns
Pastoral Prayer and the Lord’s Prayer
Presenting Our Tithes and Offerings
Contributions may be placed in the offering plates provided
on the Communion table and narthex.
Prayer of Dedication
Loving God, having received your grace in the redemption of Christ Jesus,
we live strengthened in the faith, with lives overflowing with gratitude.
From the depths of our hearts, we offer to you the very best we have-time, talent, and treasure.
May our offerings be a sign of our true devotion and thanksgiving. Amen.
*Hymn Glory to God
May the God of peace
make you holy in every way,
and keep your whole being- body, mind and spirit,
free from every fault at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
Leading worship and preaching this morning is Rev. David Richards. Prior to retirement, David served as Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Huntington. He also served the community as a counselor and as a teacher in the field of astronomy. David is married to Lois Richards and they are the parents of Joel.
This is ECCHO Sunday. Thank you for bringing contributions of cereal. We will also receive the Cents-ability Offering to relieve hunger in our community.
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