Sunday, July 26, 2020

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

While Faith UMC’s building is closed during the COVID 19 outbreak, each week for Sunday worship, we will post an “order of service,” similar to an online bulletin. You may click through each item in sequence, or you may hop around and choose your own worship adventure. This order of service will be posted each Sunday morning by 10 a.m. Closed captioning may be available on the YouTube video – click on the CC icon.


Prelude: “Poco vivace”

Featuring Bob Holder, organ

Welcome and Centering
Hymn, UMH #437: “This Is My Song”
Children’s Message
Scripture: Psalm 80:8-19; Luke 9:23-25

Scripture Reader: Clyde Ragland

Message: “The Unimaginable”

Read Pastor Laura’s message (available at 11:00am)

Still Running for the Light from The Work of the People

Hymn, TFWS #2172: “We Are Called”
Offering, Prayers, and Sending Forth

Send in your prayer requests to our Prayer Team

Let us know you are worshiping with us (and you can include your prayer requests as well) via this Google Form.

Pray for our world (from the Ecumenical Prayer Cycle ): Republic of Congo, Gabon, Sao Tome and Principe

Ways you can give: While the church building is closed, there are a number of ways you can continue to financially support Faith. By clicking HERE , you can make a one-time or recurring gift online via EFT or credit/debit. Online giving is a “no-touch” option which is so helpful during this time. No church members or staff members have to touch checks or cash or go to the bank. Alternatively, you can log into your bank’s online banking page and direct them to send a check to the church. They’ll even cover the postage. Or, if you’d like to write a check, you can simply mail it to the church office. Mail is being picked up and checks are being deposited regularly. If you are interested in donating stock or have any questions about giving, please Email Jan Spencer , Financial Manager.


Benediction Response, UMH #899: “Amen”
Postlude: “Psalm 19”

Featuring Bob Holder, organ


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