Nov. 22, 2020 Virtual Worship

Christ the King Sunday

The Presbyterian Church, 142 N. 4th St., Coshocton, OH 43812

Pastor Karen Crawford

Mark Wagner, Organist

Ron Geese, Diane Jones, Jim Crawford, Ashley Bryant, Kiera McPeck,

Lydia Black, and Debbie Clark, Readers

Nov. 22, 2020 worship for Christ the King!

Prelude: Two Christmas Pastorales Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726)
Edited by Charles G. Frischmann
Mark Wagner, Organ

Pastorales have a long tradition in music for Christmas, especially in Italy where the pifferari (shepherd pipers) come into villages on Christmas morning to play before the manger scene in the square.

Greeting/Announcements

Gathering Prayer

The Nativity Story

Solo: Away in a Manger Ron Barkett

Reading: Luke 2:1-20 Ashley Bryant

Hymn Joy to the World (stanzas 1 and 2) Mark Wagner, Organ

Meet Our Church Family: Auybree and Amanda Hittle

Auybree Hittle on scooter with her mom, Amanda Hittle.

Time with Our Children and Youth: Thanks Living!

The Ministry and the Message

Reading: Matthew 7:21-29 Ron Geese

Hymn: My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less (stanza 1)

Reading: Nicodemus Jim Crawford

Reading: Peter and the Sea of Galilee Diane Jones

Hymn: Precious Lord, Take My Hand Caroline Heading

Reading: Jesus Blesses the Children (Luke 18:15-17) Debbie Clark

Hymn: Jesus Loves Me Mason Gano, Piano

Final Entry into Jerusalem

Reading: Luke 19:36-42 Kiera McPeck

Hymn: Hosanna, Loud Hosanna Kiera McPeck, Flute; Lukas Sycks, Piano

The Betrayal and the Passion

Reading: John 19:13-28 Pastor Karen

Hymn: Were You There Caroline Heading, Piano

The Resurrection

Reading: Matthew 28:1-10 Lydia Black

Hymn: Jesus Christ Is Risen Today (stanzas 1 and 4) Mark Wagner, organ

Pentecost

Reading: Pentecost (Acts 2) Pastor Karen

Hymn: Spirit, Spirit of Gentleness Debbie Clark, Song Leader; Mark Wagner, Organ

Invitation to the Offering

Offertory: Breathe on Me, Breath of God, arranged, Dennis R. Johnson

Mark Wagner, Organ

Doxology

Prayer of Thanksgiving/Dedication

Almighty God, we give you thanks and praise for your love in Jesus Christ our Lord. Accept our offering in union with Christ’s offering for us. Confirm in us the riches of his glorious inheritance among the saints, that we may testify to the sovereignty of his love. Through Christ, with the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor are yours, Almighty God, now and forever.

Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.

The Kingdom and the King

Reading:        John 18: 33-37                                                      Jim Crawford

Hymn     Crown Him With Many Crowns                           Mark Wagner, organ

Postlude: Rondeau on “Royal Oak” Michael Helmann                        Mark Wagner, organ

Published by karenpts

I am the pastor of The Presbyterian Church in Coshocton, Ohio since January 2019. Come and visit! God's love is here for you!

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