Pine Shores Presbyterian Church (USA)November 18, 2018Bruce and Karen Wismer, Co-PastorsThanksgiving CelebrationPreludeFestive PreludeWorship at Pine Shores8:00 a.m. Contemplative WorshipMeditation Chapel9:45 a.m. Traditional WorshipSanctuary10:00 a.m. Informal WorshipCommunity CenterOur Purpose“To experience and expressGod’s Love in Christ”Our Core ValuesWe value living in Grace.We value serving others.We value journeying towardsChrist-like living.We value acceptance.Information Nursery is provided in rooms109 and 111. Children’s bulletins areavailable in the baskets onthe tables as you enter thesanctuary. For large print bulletins andhearing aid devices, please askan usher. Induction Loop HearingSystem in the Sanctuary switch hearing aid to T-coil.Brass, organ and timpaniarr. S. Drummond WolffGreetingsLeader: The grace of the Lord, Jesus Christ, be with you.People: And also with you.Call to WorshipLeader: Come into God’s presence with gladness and singing.People: Make a joyful noise to God, all the earth and worshipwith great joy.Leader: Give thanks to God and bless God’s holy name.People: God is good. God’s steadfast love endures forever andGod is faithful to all people, young and old, men and women,children and youth.Leader: Let us worship God.IntroitIn Thanksgiving, Let Us Praise HimChancel ChoirLloyd LarsonPrayer of AdorationAll: All of our lives are full of your mercy, O God. Wherever weturn, you are sure to be there. In adoration and praise wegive you thanks for lifting us up when we are down. You giveus new hope when things look dim and surround us withyour Spirit who knows our needs before we even speak them.As long as we live we sing praise to you our God. Amen.Hymn of Adoration(V1-all; V2-choir only; V3-omit; V4-all) #367Come, Ye Thankful People ComeMinute for MissionBowls of HopeForrest St. Pierre
Children and WorshipWe value children andwelcome all ages into the lifeof the church. We believe thatchildren are gifts from God andare vital to our family of faith.Children’s worship packets areavailable on the table as you enterthe sanctuary. These packetsinclude activities directly relatedto the theme of the day. If youcannot locate a packet, pleaseask an usher.During the worship servicewe invite children and youth tocome forward for the “Children’sMoments.” Children may comeforward or not; we celebratetheir choice. Children learn tobe disciples by participating ina loving and caring communityof faith.We provide a uniqueage appropriate children’sworship with education timeimmediately following theChildren’s Moments. Childrenare led to “Children’s Church”which is located in room107. Children K - 5th gradesare welcome to attend. Weencourage parents to come visitthe children’s worship room.A nursery is available forchildren, birth to kindergarten.It is located on the elevator sidefirst floor in rooms 109 and 111.The nursery staff is employedby Pine Shores. If your childbecomes uncomfortable inworship, there is a live feed inthe narthex with both sound andvideo.Reading from the PsalmsPsalm 100Leader: The word of the Lord.All: Thanks be to God.Old Testament (Page 522)Call to ConfessionLeader: Let us come to God’s holy place to find forgiveness.Together let us pray.Prayer of ConfessionAll: Eternal God, we confess that we have failed to seek yourwill. We have not lived with gratitude for the generous giftof your grace. We have not shared with others and haveabused your good creation. Forgive us, God of grace. Helpus to return to you, giving thanks and praise for all you havedone; through Jesus Christ our Lord.Silent Prayers of Confession and Assurance of PardonLeader: God is merciful to all who truly seek a new way of life.Friends, believe the good news of the gospel.All: We are forgiven and set free to live and serve the Lord.AmenAnthemThanksgiving CanticleChancel Choirarr. Mark HayesMoments with the ChildrenFollowing the moments with children and youth, children inKindergarten–grade 5 are invited to participate in Children’s Churchlocated in room 107. The children’s worship leaders will bring thechildren back to the narthex where you may pick them up afterleaving the sanctuary. A nursery is available in room 109/111 foryounger children.Hymn of PreparationWe Gather TogetherRemembering Our Baptismal Covenant#336
Listen to the WaterBaptismal Responsetune Austin (#183)Rick Holdsworth# 3& # 2 œ œ . œ œ œ œ œ . œ œ œ w#& # .œ œAs we lis - ten to the wa - ter, we re - mem-ber our bap-tism, as weœ œ œ lis - ten to the wa - ter,œ œ œ œ lis - tentoGod'sw.voice. 2018Prayers of the People and the Lord’s PrayerReading from the WordColossians 3:16-17New Testament (Page 190)Luke 17:11-19New Testament (Page 75)Leader: The word of the Lord.All: Thanks be to God.Proclamation on the WordAffirmation of Faith (Please stand if able)Presentation of Tithes and OfferingsOffertoryCome with ThanksgivingRev. Karen WismerThe Apostles’ CreedChancel Choirarr. Lloyd LarsonCongregational Response (Please stand if able)DoxologyHymn of Dedication (Please stand if able)Now Thank We All Our God#606#643Invitation to Discipleship & Blessing (Please stand if able)Choral ResponseCome Ye Thankful People ComePostludeThanksgiving PraiseLani SmithLord’s PrayerOur Father who art in heaven,hallowed be thy name. Thykingdom come, thy will bedone, on earth as it is inheaven. Give us this day ourdaily bread; and forgive usour debts, as we forgive ourdebtors; and lead us not intotemptation, but deliver usfrom evil. For thine is thekingdom and the power andthe glory, forever. Amen.The Apostles’ CreedI believe in God, the Fatheralmighty, Maker of heavenand earth,And in Jesus Christ his only Son,our Lord; who was conceivedby the Holy Ghost, born ofthe Virgin Mary, sufferedunder Pontius Pilate, wascrucified, dead, and buried;he descended into hell; thethird day he rose again fromthe dead; he ascended intoheaven, and sitteth on theright hand of God the FatherAlmighty; from thence heshall come to judge the quickand the dead.I believe in the Holy Ghost;the holy catholic church;the communion of saints;the forgiveness of sins; theresurrection of the body;and the life everlasting. Amen.
Thank you to this mornings instrumentalists for sharing their musical Greeters:gifts with us: Alan Evans and Rick Louis – trumpet;Don & Bobbie MeunzmayRick Wallace and George Mancini – trombone;Rebecca St. Pierre - percussion.Acolyte: Forrest St. PierreªChildren Church Leader:Contemplative Worship gathers on Sundays from 8:00 - 8:30 a.m. ThisKylie Pritchardservice has a simple format each week of Scripture, sacrament, silenceand music. We invite you to join us for this weekly worship opportunity Thank You to Don Muenzmay forin the Meditation Chapel from 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. If you would likeour lovely Thanksgiving floralmore information please contact Rev. Dr. Kathleen Weller at kathleen@arrangement on the chancel.pineshorespres.org or her cell: 239-246-7392.Adult Sunday School: Pine Shores members and guests are invited after Pastoral Staffworship to the Adult Education class where we are discussing the Adam Rev. Dr. Bruce & Rev. KarenHamilton book, “Half Truths: God Helps Those Who Help ThemselvesWismer, Co-Pastorsand Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say.” Class meets each Sunday atRev. Ruth Schaaff, Parish Assoc.11:00 a.m. in room 209/211.Monday Morning Meditation is a weekly meditation offering for those Rev. Dr. Kathleen Weller, ParishAssoc. & Sanctuary House Dir.seeking a quiet space for reflection and prayer. The group gathers at11:00 a.m. in the Church Parlor of the Sanctuary Building.Thanksgiving Breakfast will be November 22nd at 9:00 a.m. in the Program & Support StaffCommunity Center and all are welcome to participate. There will be time Allan Beck, Treasurerfor prayer and singing, along with a delicious breakfast. Please sign up Rick Holdsworth, Director of MusicWayne Fisher, Accompanist/Organiston the sheets provided or by calling the church office.Bowls of Hope, a fund-raiser for All Faiths Food Bank, will take place Matt Dienna, New ConnectionsMusic Leaderon Sunday, December 2nd, from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Ed SmithStadium. Plan to spend a lovely day at this family friendly event enjoying Kiley Pritchard, Youth Directorsoups, bread and dessert, from over 30 venders. Each guest may take Marilyn Miller, Administrativehome a handcrafted bowl as a reminder of the empty bowls they helpedAssistantto fill. You will need to sign up ahead of time to secure your reservation. Angela Dinwoodie, FinancialYou can do this be going to All Faiths Food Bank website: hope/. Tickets: 30 for general admission. Kathy Ogilvie, Co-Pastors’ SecretaryAnnual PSY Holiday Cookie Walk: On December 9th our Youth Group Allison Vance, JOY Co. Coordinatorwill again host the PSY Holiday Cookie Walk from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Debby Wendell, Day CampIf you are interested in donating home made cookies this year, pleaseCoordinatorcontact Kiley Pritchard at email@example.com.Barbara Jeffrey, ChildcareAnnual PW Christmas Tea will be Tuesday, December 11th at 2:00 p.m.Kim Short, ChildcareAll women of the church are invited to participate in this lovely gathering.Lubos Podsklan, MaintenanceThere will be a program of seasonal music presented by an ensemble ofhandbell ringers from Ring Sarasota. Sign up soon!
SundayCalendar of Activities for this Week - November 18, 2018ª ª ª8:00 AMSacred Space Contemplative Worship / Chapel8:30 AMYouth Sunday School9:15 AM – 11:15 AMNursery in rooms 109 & 1119:45 AMTraditional Worship / Sanctuary10:00 AMInformal Worship / Community Center10:00 AMChildren’s Church11:00 AMAdult Sunday School / Room 2094:00 PMYouth Council / Youth House5:00 PMBells of Joy Rehearsal6:00 PMYouth Program and Dinner / Youth HouseMonday8:00 AM11:00 AM6:30 PM7:00 PMTuesday8:00 AM6:00 PMWednesday8:00 AM8:30 AM - 5:30 PM6:00 PMAA Meeting / Community CenterMeditation / ParlorCub Scouts / Scout HouseRing Sarasota RehearsalAA Meeting / Community Center & Room 209Boy Scout Troop Meeting / Scout HouseAA Meeting / Community CenterDay Camp / Community CenterMusic Team PracticeThursday - Thanksgiving Day8:00 AM9:00 AMOffice ClosedAA Meeting / Community CenterThanksgiving Breakfast / Community CenterFridayAA Meeting / Community CenterMeals On WheelsSaturdaySunday8:00 AM10:00 AM8:00 AM8:00 AM8:30 AM9:15 AM – 11:15 AM9:45 AM10:00 AM10:00 AM11:00 AM5:00 PM6:00 PMAl-Anon/ Community CenterSacred Space Contemplative Worship / ChapelYouth Sunday SchoolNursery in rooms 109 & 111Traditional Worship / SanctuaryInformal Worship / Community CenterChildren’s ChurchAdult Sunday School / Room 209Bells of Joy RehearsalYouth Program and Dinner / Youth House
BOWLS OF HOPESunday, December 2, 2018, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.Ed Smith StadiumEach year more than 1,500 guests attend one of Sarasota’s largest andmost popular family-friendly event, where 40 of the community’s finestrestaurants and caterers serve delicious soups, breads, desserts, andmore. Guests select beautiful handcrafted bowls to keep, all donatedby local potters, artists, and students while enjoying a modest meal asa reminder of the empty bowls they help to fill.To buy tickets, visit: allfaithsfoodbank.org/bowlsofhope/Hunger in Sarasota and DeSotoSadly hunger hurts our most vulnerable: children, seniorsand veterans. In 2015, 44 percent of households in Floridacould not afford basic needs such as housing, childcare,food, health care, and transportation.ALL FAITHS MISSION“Together with ourpartners, we providehealthy solutions toend hunger in ourcommunity.”33% of households in Sarasota struggle to affordtheir basic needs58% of households in DeSoto struggle to affordtheir basic needsAll Faiths Food Bank8171 Blaikie Court, Sarasota FL 34240941-379-6333 l firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit on Facebook: facebook.com/AllFaithsFoodBank/
Nov 18, 2018 · Leader: Come into God’s presence with gladness and singing. People: Make a joyful noise to God, all the earth and worship with great joy. Leader: Give thanks to God and bless God’s holy name. People: God is good. God’s steadfast love endures forever and God is faithful to all people, young and old, men and women, children and youth.
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