Worshiping Together in Different Places–An online worship experience on the 7th Sunday after Pentecost (B)

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Welcome to Worship on the seventh Sunday after Pentecost, July 11, 2021.

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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Acknowledgement of Land

(An act towards reconciliation)

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GATHERING & EXPLORING

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Gathering Song        Morning Has Broken        Cat Stevens

“Morning has broken like the first morning
Blackbird has spoken like the first bird
Praise for the singing, praise for the morning
Praise for them springing fresh from the world

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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.

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Welcome · Community Candle · Scripture · Sermon

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AFFIRMING

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Song for Response & Offering        How Deep Is Your Love?
        Yana Perrault & Justin Noroyan (BeeGees cover)

“I believe in you,
You know the door to my very soul.
You’re the light in my deepest, darkest hour,
You’re my savior when I fall.

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Call to Offering

There are a number of ways to contribute financially:

• Manage one-time or ongoing giving on our secure website: fccpuyallup.com/donate

Use our mobile app to set up one-time or automatic giving from your smartphone.  Download the GivePlus app from the App Store or Google Play then search for “First Christian Church” using zip code 98371.

• Send checks by mail to:
First Christian Church of Puyallup
623 9th Ave. SW
P.O. Box 516
Puyallup, WA  98371

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CELEBRATING & BLESSING

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During this video clip you are invited to share the elements of communion which you have set aside for this worship time.  Bread, crackers, juice, wine, or water–all are signs of Christ’s abiding presence with us.

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Prayers of the People · Communion · Benediction

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Closing Song        Go in Peace, Go in Love        The Salvation Army, Camberwell

“Go in peace, go in love,
May the Lord be at your side.
Go in peace, go in love,
May God ever be your guide.
May God’s grace overflow
And God’s blessing be upon you.
Go in peace, go in love,
Now and evermore.”

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A message from our friends at Comunidades Infantiles RHUAA orphanage


Preacher: Interim Pastor Ray Smith; Elder: Kelli Kays; Scripture: Karrin Lewis; Prayers of the People: Kelli Kays

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