Service of the Lord’s Day with Rev. Dan McKenty
Sermon Title: “The Other Cheek”
Scripture: Leviticus19:9-18; Mathew 5:38-48
Choral Anthem: “Chain breaker” Words and Music by Jonathan Smith, Mia Fieldes and Zach Williams, Choral Arrangement by Jay Rouse
Soloist: Ron Coleman
[Solo] If you’ve been walking the same old road for miles and miles. If you’ve been hearing the same old voice fell the same old lies. If you’re trying to the same old holes inside, there’s a better life, there’s a better life. If you’ve got pain, He’s a pain taker. If you feel lost, He’s a way maker. If you need freedom or saving, He’s a prison shaking Savior. If you’ve got chains, He’s a chain breaker. We’ve all searched for the light of day in the dead of night. We’ve all found ourselves worn out from the same old fight. We’ve all run to things we know just ain’t right,. There’s a better life,… If you believe it, if you receive it, if you can feel it, some body testify,…
[Choir] He’s a pain taker. He’s a way maker. Ah… If you’ve got chains. He’s a chain breaker Ooo..There’s a better life, Ah! If you’ve got pain, He’s a pain taker. If you feel lost, He’s a way maker. Ah…If you’ve got chains, He’s a chain breaker. Ooo…Ah! If you believe it, if you receive it, if you can feel it, somebody testify!...
Service of the Lord's Day with Rev. Ed Soto
Sermon Title: "Death of John the Baptist"
Scripture: Deuteronomy 30:15-20; Mark 6:14-29
Choral Anthem: “Kumbaya” Revisions and added Lyrics by P.S.; Traditional Spiritual. Arranged by Paul Sjolund
Kumbaya, my Lord, Kumbaya…Oh, Lord, Kumbaya. Someone’s praying, Lord, Kumbaya…Someone’s crying, Lord, Kimbaya… Someone’s singing, Lord, Kumbaya…Sing alleluia, Lord…
Service of the Lord’s Day with Rev Ed Soto
Sermon Title: “Church’s Work”
Scripture: Isaiah 58:1-12; Mark 6:7-13
Choral Anthem: “As the Bridegroom to His Chosen” Words by John Tauler, Music by John Rutter.
Soloist: Jeff Janiak
As the bridegroom to his chosen, as the king unto his realm, As the keeper to the castle, as the pilot to the helm, As the captain to his solders, as the shepherd to his lambs, So, Lord, art thou to me. As the fountain in the garden, as the candle in the dark, As the treasure in the coffer, as the manna in the ark, As the firelight in the winter, as the sunlight in the spring, So, Lord, are thou to me.
[Solo] As the music at the banquet, as the stamp unto the seal, As refreshment to the fainting, as the wine cup at the meal, As the singing on the feast day, as the amen to the prayer, So, Lord, art thou to me.
As the ruby in the setting, as the honey in the comb, As the light within the lantern, as the father in the home, As the eagle in the mountains, as the sparrow in the nest, So are thou, Lord, to me. As the sunshine in the heavens, as the image in the glass, As the fruit unto the fig tree, as the dew unto the grass, As the rainbow on the hilltop, as the river in the plain, So art thou, Lord, So art thou, Lord, to me.
Service of the Lord’s Day with Rev. Ed Soto
Sermon Title: “Prophets at Home”
Scripture: Micah 6:1-8; Mark 6:1-6
Choral Anthem: “Come into God’s embrace” Words by Herb Frombach, Music by Mary McDonald
The table of love, prepared for you; come to the feast of grace. Come, eat the bread; come, drink the wine; come into God’s embrace. Lamb of God, Lamb of love, You took away our sin. Here we remember Your sacrifice, God’s plan for all; forgive! His body, His blood are given for you; come to the feast of grace. Come, taste the bread; come, taste the wine;…