August 27, 2017
This week at Park, we begin a new series called Mission. For the next five weeks, we’ll work through our new mission statement and its meaning, starting this Sunday with The Mission to Make Disciples.
1. Read through our text, Matthew 28:16–20.
God is on a mission to fill the earth with His glory by redeeming a people for His name. Park Church has a part to play in this mission. We exist to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people.
2. Read, pray and sing through the service:
CALL TO WORSHIP: Matthew 28:18–20
Doxology (Amen) (Louis Bourgeois, Phil Wickham, Thomas Ken)
Yes And Amen (Anthony Brown, Chris McClarney, Nate Moore)
CONFESSION OF SIN: From The Worship Sourcebook
Almighty God, we confess how hard it is to be your people.
You have called us to be the church,
to continue the mission of Jesus Christ to our lonely and confused world.
Yet we acknowledge we are more apathetic than active,
isolated than involved, callous than compassionate,
obstinate than obedient, legalistic than loving.
Gracious Lord, have mercy upon us and forgive our sins.
Remove the obstacles preventing us
from being Your representatives to a broken world.
Awaken our hearts to the promised gift of Your indwelling Spirit.
This we pray in Jesus’ powerful name.
How Majestic (Brian Eichelberger)
ASSURANCE OF PARDON: Psalm 40:1–3
On Christ The Solid Rock (Edward Mote, William Batchelder Bradbury arr. Austin Stone)
GREETING, SERMON, COMMUNION
RESPONSE: Song & Prayer
Break Every Chain (Will Reagan)
Overcome (Jon Egan)