September 10, 2017
We’re in week three of Mission, working through our new mission statement and its meaning. This week, we’ll focus on the first of our three disciple rhythms: Gospel-Centered Worship.
1. Read through our texts, Matthew 13:44 and Jeremiah 2:11–13.
A disciple—one who has been made alive by the God of grace—is learning to run to God to receive all that they long for. God provides freely, without price. He beckons us to repent again and again, to enjoy Him above all else, and to enjoy His gifts secondarily, in their proper place. As we pursue true and rightly-ordered worship, we become more fully human.
2. Read, pray and sing through the service:
CALL TO WORSHIP: Psalm 27:1–4
Come Thou Fount (Robert Robinson, John Wyeth)
Jesus We Love You (Hannah McClure, Paul McClure, Kalley Heiligenthal)
CONFESSION OF SIN: Jeremiah 2:11–13
Come Ye Sinners (Joseph Hart, arr. Robbie Seay)
Be Thou My Vision (Mary Elizabeth Byrne, Eleanor Henrietta Hull arr. by Ascend The Hill)
ASSURANCE OF PARDON: Colossians 1:13–14
GREETING, SERMON, COMMUNION
RESPONSE: Song & Prayer
Extravagant (Cook, Feucht, Gretzinger, Jackson)
Jesus Is Better (Aaron Ivey, Brett Land)