Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost ENTRANCE

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September 26, 2021 9:00amEighteenth Sunday after PentecostENTRANCE* indicates to please stand as ableGathering & Greeting*IntroitSweet Sweet Spirit1UMH #334Words & Music by Doris AkersThere’s a sweet, sweet Spirit in this place,and I know that it’s the Spirit of the Lord.There are sweet expressions on each face,and I know they feel the presence of the Lord.Sweet Holy Spirit, sweet heavenly Dove,stay right here with us, filling us with your love.And for these blessings, we lift our hearts in praise;without a doubt, we’ll know that we have been revivedwhen we shall leave this place.

*Call to Worshipfrom Psalm 111Come, and praise God! In the company of the God’speople, let us give thanks to the Lord our God.Great are the works of God, full of glory and majesty.Our God is gracious and compassionate;our God is merciful and forgivingour God is faithful and trustworthy,our God is just and good.So come, let’s worship God together.With all creation, we praise God’s name forever!*Hymn of Praise Let All Things Now Living2FWS #2008Words by Katherine Davis; Tune: THE ASH GROVE (trad. Welsh)Let all things now living a song of thanksgivingto God the Creator triumphantly raise,who fashioned and made us, protected and stayed us,who guides us and leads to the end of our days.God’s banners fly o’er us; God’s light goes before us,a pillar of fire shining forth in the night,till shadows have vanished and darkness is banished,as forward we travel from light into light.The law God enforces, the stars in their courses,and sun in its orbit obediently shine;the hills and the mountains, the rivers and fountains,the deeps of the ocean proclaim the Divine.We, too, should be voicing our love and rejoicing;with glad adoration a song let us raise,till all things now living unite in thanksgiving:To God in the highest hosanna and praise!

PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSEPrayer for IlluminationLoving God, give us humble, teachable, obedienthearts, that we may receive what you have revealed,and do what you have commanded. Amen.Small TalkJodi GutierrezAll children may come forward for a special message.The Word in SongPsalms, Hymns,& Spiritual SongsLeah Krenek, soprano& Kim Spivey, pianoby Joseph M. MartinI will sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, making musicin my heart to the Lord! I will give thanks to God foreverything, in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ!Epistle ReadingEphesians 5:15-20, NRSV15 Be careful then how you live, not as unwise peoplebut as wise, 16 making the most of the time, becausethe days are evil. 17 So do not be foolish, but understandwhat the will of the Lord is. 18 Do not get drunk withwine, for that is debauchery; but be filled with the Spirit, 19 as you sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songsamong yourselves, singing and making melody to theLord in your hearts, 20 giving thanks to God the Father atall times and for everything in the name of our Lord JesusChrist.This is the Word of God for the people of God.Thanks be to God!

The Message*Hymn of ResponseRev. Robert ClarkCome, ChristiansJoin to SingUMH #158Hymn by Christian Henry Bateman, Tune: SPANISH HYMNCome, Christians, join to sing: Alleluia, Amen!Loud praise to Christ our King: Alleluia, Amen!Let all, with heart and voice, before his throne rejoice;Praise is his gracious choice: Alleluia, Amen!Come, lift your hearts on high: Alleluia, Amen!Let praises fill the sky: Alleluia, Amen!He is our guide and friend; to us he’ll condescend;His love shall never end: Alleluia, Amen!Praise yet the Lord again: Alleluia, Amen!Life shall not end the strain: Alleluia, Amen!On heaven’s blissful shore, his goodness we’ll adore,Singing forevermore: Alleluia, Amen!A Time of Prayer & The Lord’s PrayerOur Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy NameThy kingdom come,Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.Give us this day our daily bread,

and forgive us our trespassesas we forgive those who trespass against us,and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil;for Thine is the kingdom, and the power,and the glory forever. Amen.Offering“Do not neglect to do good and to share what youhave, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God” Hebrews 13:16Giving OptionsMobile App: Schertz UMC available on all platformsOnline: www.schertzumc.com/giveText: 210-361-9146Mail: 3460 Roy Richard Drive, Schertz, TX 78154OffertoryKim SpiveyDoxologytune: Old 100thPraise God from Whom all blessings flowPraise Him, all creatures here belowPraise Him above, ye heavenly hostPraise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost! Amen.

SENDING FORTHInvitation to Discipleship*HymnO Spirit of the Living GodUMH #539Words by Henry H. Tweedy, Tune: FOREST GREEN (trad. English)O Spirit of the living God, thou light and fire divine,descend upon thy church once more,and make it truly thine.Fill it with love & joy & power,with righteousness and peace;till Christ shall dwell in human heartsand sin & sorrow cease.Blow, wind of God, with wisdom blowuntil our minds are freefrom mists of error, clouds of doubtwhich blind our eyes to thee.Burn, winged fire! Inspire our lips with flaming love and zealto preach to all thy great good news,God’s glorious commonwealTeach us to utter living words of truth which all may hear,the language all may understandwhen love speaks loud and clear,till every age & race & clime shall blend their creeds in oneand earth shall form one family by whom thy will is done.

So shall we know the power of Christwho came this world to save;So shall we rise with him to lifewhich soars beyond the grave;and earth shall win true holinesswhich makes thy children whole,till, perfected by thee, we reach creation’s glorious goal.*Dismissal with Blessing*Benediction Hymn1. Sweet Sweet SpiritDoris AkersCCLI Song # 18204, License # 809798, Streaming # 20212161 1962. Renewed 1990 Manna Music, Inc. (Admin. by Gaither Copyright Management)2. Let All Things Now LivingKatherine Kennicott DavisCCLI Song # 4445649, License # 809798, Streaming # 20212161 1939. Renewed 1966 E.C. Schirmer Music Company (Admin. by ECS Publishing Corporation)

Sep 26, 2021 · *Introit Sweet Sweet Spirit1 UMH #334 Words & Music by Doris Akers There’s a sweet, sweet Spirit in this place, and I know that it’s the Spirit of the Lord. There are sweet expressions on each face, and I know they feel the presence of the Lord. Sweet Holy Spirit, sweet heavenly Dove

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