Virtual Worship only 1/16/2022
The Sanctuary is temporarily closed for in-person worship.
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Second Sunday After The Epiphany, 10:30 AM
Wind Who Makes All Winds That Blow:
A Sermon Series On The Holy Spirit by Pastor Lem Dominguez
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Zoom Worship link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9681597840?pwd=d0ViQ3d0N2xhMWc3UGNLeFFTTzRLQT09
Meeting ID: 968 159 7840
Dial in: +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
Order of Worship
Prelude: Be Thou My Vision
Welcome and Announcements
Opening Prayer (unison):
God of all life, you care for us and delight in bringing out our best. You restore our pride with your belief in our capacity for goodness. Remind us today of the gifts that all who praise your name possess. Help us to recognize them in ourselves and one another. Help us to use them in service to others to glorify your name. Amen.
Opening Hymn: I’m Goin’ a Sing When the Spirit Says Sing – UMH 333
Joys and Concerns
Offering (Offertory: Spirit, Spirit of Gentleness)
Should you wish to provide your church with an offering today, you can use the following information:
St. Johns: By mail – 216 W. Seminary Ave. Lutherville, MD 21093 or electronic – Tithe.ly/give?c=1463611
Idlewylde: Consider mailing to the church, or a “catch-up” offering when we return to the Sanctuary.
Prayer of Dedication
God of our baptism, whose Holy Spirit fires our imagination and fills our lives with purpose, we rejoice to commit ourselves anew with our gifts. Use them to strengthen your children spiritually, inspiring each person to invest full in the work you set before us. Amen.
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:1-11
Sermon: “Wind That Makes All Winds That Blow – Manifestation” by Rev. Lemuel Dominguez
The Apostles Creed
Closing Hymn: Many Gifts, One Spirit – UMH 114
Postlude: Immortal, Invisible
Peace be with you!
What does it mean to be a United Methodist?
We believe God’s grace is available to all people, no matter where you’re from, what you look like, or what you’ve done. That’s why our communion table is open to all.
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