June 4, 2017

This is a weekly blog post with one purpose: to help those coming to Park’s Sunday gathering engage with the teaching and liturgy in a more meaningful way. We use this space to share in advance our Sunday’s liturgy: the scripture we’ll be studying, the songs we’ll be singing, and the prayers we’ll be praying together. We also share a handful of thoughts each week to help you use these things to prepare for the service.

This Sunday, we switch over to our annual summer series, Christ in the Psalms, picking up where we left off last year—Psalm 66. Here’s how you can prepare:

1. Read through Psalm 66.

We believe that the Psalms are a book of prayers, a book of poems, and a book about Jesus. They teach us to pray, teach us to feel, and ultimately point to Jesus.

Through the 12 weeks of this series, we’ll be returning to this same set of questions:

  1. How does this Psalm help me pray?
  2. How does this Psalm help me feel?
  3. How does this Psalm help me see Jesus?

2. Read, pray and sing through the service in advance:

CALL TO WORSHIP: Psalm 66:1–4

Hallelujah, What A Savior (Philip P. Bliss, arr. Austin Stone)
Great Is The Lord (Joseph Pat Barrett, Daniel Bashta, Ben Smith)

CONFESSION OF SIN: Psalm 66:16–19

Come Ye Sinners (Joseph Hart, arr. Robbie Seay)
Cornerstone (Bradbury, Liljero, Morgan, Mote, Myrin)

ASSURANCE OF PARDON: Psalm 66:20

SERMON & COMMUNION

Psalm 66:16–17 (James Lepine)
Come Behold The Wondrous Mystery (Matt Papa, Matt Boswell, Michael Bleecker)

BENEDICTION & SENDING

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