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July 5 Technical Issues:

We apologize for technical difficulties that interrupted our live stream just as the service was beginning today. We offer this recording of the beginning of the service, with Erik, Mary Elen and Susan's moving prelude on the trumpet, trombone and organ, then the beginning of the Liturgy for All Saints. The rest of the service, which did live-stream, is in the lower video. Very sorry for the inconvenience. Issues with our streaming system are in the process of being resolved, to give us an excellent new streaming product. Thank you for your patience.

Sunday Worship begins at 10 a.m. Streaming begins 15 minutes prior to the service. You can scroll through the Order of Service below the player window. Download a printout version of today's full bulletin with today's liturgy, hymns, communion service and learning opportunities after worship.

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Order of Worship July 5, 2020

Festival of the Martyrdom of Jan Hus

Holy Communion

 

Welcome and announcements

Rev. Ginny Hege Tobiassen

 

Prelude –They Who Jesus' Followers Are

Setting by Erik J Salzwedel

Tune:Herrnhut (11A); Hymn 672

Mary Elen Kollman, trumpet        

Erik Salzwedel, trombone

 

Call to worship

 

Liturgy: All Saints, p. 105

 

Scripture lessons:

Zechariah 9: 9-12

Psalm 145: 8-14

The Lord is gracious and merciful,

   slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love.

The Lord is good to all,

   having compassion over all that the Lord has  

   made.

All your works shall give thanks to you, O Lord,

   and all your faithful shall bless you.

They shall speak of the glory of your kingdom,

   and tell of your power,

to make known to all people your mighty deeds,

   and the glorious splendor of your kingdom.

Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom,

   and your dominion endures throughout all  

   generations.

The Lord is faithful in all words,

   and gracious in all deeds.

The Lord upholds all who are falling,

   and raises up all who are bowed down.

 

Romans 7: 15-25a

 

Offertory invitation

The offertory provides an opportunity to reflect on the many ways that we can express our gratitude in response to God: with time, treasure, talents, and testimony.

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Offertory – Jesus Christus Nostra Salus (Jesus Christ Our Salvation) 

Erik J Salzwedel

Setting of a 15th century plainsong for trombone & organ

Tune: Jesus Christus unser Heiland (278A); Hymn 419

Text by Jan Hus (1369-1415)

 

Doxology

 

Offertory Prayer

 

Gospel Lesson: Matthew 11:25-30

Communion Meditation

 

Hymn 416 - To Avert from Us God's Wrath

T. Petra

 

Service of Holy Communion in Celebration of Unity and Renewal, Supplement book p. 27

 

Benediction

 

Postlude – Jesu, meine Zuversicht

Ernst Immanuel Erbe (Moravian composer, 1854-1924)

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Special Announcement:

We are making improvements to our live stream that should reduce problems with freezing and buffering – and give you a clearer picture on most devices. If you continue to have problems, please email us and tell us what you're experiencing. We appreciate your feedback!

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