Worship Planning

This page may be used by the worship committee for collaboration on Sunday services.  Feel free to add your own comments as to what you would like to see, or preferences on types of music or anything else that would make the service more meaningful to you.

More useful links:

Flowers Schedule

Ushers Schedule

Musicians Schedule

11 Replies to “Worship Planning”

  1. August 11, 2019 WOrship Service Planning: Sermon is “Purses That Do Not Wear Out” and the scripture is Luke 12:32-40
    Kathy and Karen B will be the musicians. 🙂 See you Wednesday

  2. August 4th, 111th Anniversary Homecoming!
    Morning service prelude, “Led by the Master’s Hand”
    Afternoon service prelude, “Heavenly Sunlight / God Leads Us Along” arranged by W. Elmo Mercer
    Afternoon Song Service with Dan and Sue Henerson

  3. July 28th Scripture, Luke 11:1-13
    July 28th Sermon Title, “The Lord’s Prayer is our Prayer.
    KarenB and Kathy
    The Lord’s Prayer for Offertory???

  4. KarenW out on Sept. 1, probably the 8th also.

    Sunday July 21st:
    Scripture is Luke 10:38-42
    Sermon is Just Don’t Do Something, Stand There!

  5. This is from the UMC Fellowship Reflections a while back;

    Senses
    “…Philip said to him, ‘Come and see.’”
    (John 1:46b, NRSV)
    Philip has become a follower of Jesus and he shares this news with Nathanael. Don’t you just love Philip’s description? “Come on Nathanael, you know who I’m talking about, Jesus son of Joseph of Nazareth.” And Nathanael’s reply, “Who? From Nazareth? Impossible!” So Philip, searching for the right words, throws up his hands and says, “Oh, just come and see!”
    Who of us has all the right words, names, phrases to describe a love so great, a power so amazing found in the person of Jesus? No one word or witness will do. Come and see. No one expression will do. Come and hear. Come and feel. Come with all your senses!
    Perhaps Philip is the patron saint of worship artists. As worship leaders, our mission is to invite others to come and see. Come. Bring all your senses. Come and see, hear, feel, touch. Come. Bring your own witness to the love of God made manifest through Jesus Christ.
    It is not our job to have all the answers and hand them to our congregation. No. In the spirit of our St. Philip, we invite all to come. We prepare the space and create the avenues for everyone to discover and know the love of Jesus.
    Loving Jesus, may I not wait for Sunday to open all my senses to experience Your love today!

    Nancy Hastings Hornsby
    Pastor and Retreat Leader
    North Alabama Conference of the UMC

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