Worshiping Together in Different Places–An online worship experience on the fifth Sunday after Pentecost (Year A)

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Welcome to worship on Sunday, June 28, 2020.

During this time of worship you may wish to have a candle to light and to have bread and a beverage for communion — whatever you have available will be sufficient.

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Gathering Song        All Are Welcome (Let Us Build a House)       

Collegiate Church of St. Mary, Warwick, England

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Acknowledgement of Land

(An act towards reconciliation)

For thousands of years, First Nations people have walked on this land; their relationship with the land is at the center of their lives and spirituality.  We are gathered on the traditional territory of the Coastal Salish and Puyallup people, and we acknowledge their stewardship of this land throughout the ages.

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GATHERING & EXPLORING

Set apart your worship space by lighting a candle along with the video clip.  The light of the candle symbolizes the presence of the Holy wherever we are.

You can find all of the lectionary readings for Sunday, June 28, 2020 here:  https://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/texts.php?id=148

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Welcome · Lighting of Community Candle · Scripture · Moment of Wonder · Sermon

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AFFIRMING

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Song for Reflection and Offering        The Invitation        Randy Weeks

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Offering

We have a number of ways to participate and contribute when you are unable to attend worship in person:

•  You can make a one-time donation, or manage ongoing giving on our website at https://fccpuyallup.com/donate.

•  You may choose to use the GivePlus Mobile App.  Simply download the GivePlus app from the App Store or Google Play, and then search for “First Christian Church” using our zip code: 98371.  Through the app you can also set up one-time or ongoing giving from your phone.

•  Or, you may send checks via the Postal Service by mailing to:
First Christian Church, P.O. Box 516, Puyallup, WA 98371.

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Stewardship Moment        Be a Rainbow in Someone’s Cloud          Dr. Maya Angelou

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CELEBRATING & BLESSING

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Prayers of the People · Communion · Reflection

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Closing Benediction       

May the beauty of God
be reflected in your eyes,
the love of God
be reflected in your hands,
the wisdom of God
be reflected in your words,
and the knowledge of God
flow from your heart,
that all might see,
and seeing, believe.

Copyright © John Birch, 2016

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Closing Song        We’re All in This Together by Ben Lee        Pub Choir

++Send Stay-Home communion photos to webmaster@fccpuyallup.com  |  View the album

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Guest Preacher: Regional Minister Sandy Messick; Elders: Karrin Lewis & Gretchen Mertes; Scripture: Peg Huard; Moment of Wonder: Gretchen Mertes; Prayers of the People: Barbara Stroud; Communion Reflection: Kerry Yanasak

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