6th sunday of Easter
Service of the Lord's Day with Elder Ron Coleman
Sermon Title: "I was blind but now I see"
Scripture: Psalm 67:1-7; John 9:1-25
Piano Solo by Dot Hogan:"I need Thee every hour" by Robert Lowry, Arranged by John Kraus
Fifth Sunday of Easter
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Fourth Sunday of Easter
Choral Anthem: “What Love Is This?” Words by Pamela Stewart, Music by Brad Nix, Quoting Wondrous Love from William Walker’s Southern Harmony, 1835 What love is this the angels mourn? His diadem a crown of thorns. The King is now a thing of scorn. No other love is so transformed… What love is this who stumbles now, and then moves on without a sound to bear His cross before a crowd? No other love is so profound… What love is this? How can it be? He gives His life so willingly. His arms outstretched for all to see. No other love would die for me… What love is this, love so divine that out of love for me You died? How marvelous to call You mine! O wondrous Love, now I am Thine…
Third Sunday of Easter
Old Testament Lesson: Psalm 30:1-12
New Testament Lesson: Acts 9:1-9
"Blinded By the Light"
Choral Anthem: “Do this in remembrance” Lyrics: Larry Shackley and James Montgomery,
Music: by Larry Shackley, Incorporating: Martyrdom by Hugh Wilson., Soloist: Jeff Janiak
[solo] My friends, I have longed for this moment, and this Passover meal we can share, but in a
short while I must leave you, and no one can follow Me there. So take this bread this is My
body. Take this wine; this is My blood, shed for forgiveness, to set captives free. Do this in
remembrance of Me. [choir] According to Thy gracious word, in meek humility, this will I do,
my loving Lord, I will remember Thee. [solo] So take this bread; this is My body. Take this
wine; this is My blood. [choir] Thy body, broken for my sake, my bread of life shall be. Thy cup
of blessing I will take. [solo] Do this in remembrance of Me. [choir] I will remember thee.