Sunday Service

10:30a ET

(We will be live by 10:20a)

ORDER OF SERVICES

  1. Hymn

  2. Reading a Scriptural Selection.

  3. Silent Prayer, followed by the audible repetition of the Lord's Prayer with its spiritual interpretation.

  4. Hymn

  5. Announcing necessary notices.

  6. Solo. (see words below)

  7. Reading the Explanatory Note on first leaf of Quarterly.

  8. Announcing the subject of the Lesson-Sermon, and reading the Golden Text.

  9. Reading the Scriptural Selection, entitled "Responsive Reading," alternately by the First Reader and the congregation.

 10. Reading the Lesson-Sermon. (After the Second Reader reads the BIBLE references of the first Section of the Lesson, the First Reader makes the following announcement: "As announced in the explanatory note, I shall now read correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES, by Mary Baker Eddy.")

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 12. Hymn

 13. Reading the Scientific Statement of Being, and the correlative Scripture according to I John 3:1-3.

 14. Pronouncing Benediction.

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SOLO

Where the Spirit of the Lord Is

Sung by Josh Henn

God So Loved the World CD




 

HYMNS
 

Hymn #367

  Walk in the light, so thou shalt know
That fellowship of love
His spirit only can bestow
Who reigns in light above.

Walk in the light, and thou shalt find
Thy heart made truly His,
Who dwells in cloudless light enshrined,
In whom no darkness is.

Walk in the light, and thou shalt own
Thy darkness past away,
Because that light on thee hath shone
In which is perfect day.

Walk in the light, and thou shalt see
Thy path, though thorny, bright;
For God by grace shall dwell with thee,
And God Himself is Light.
(The Christian Science Hymnal, No. 367)
 

Hymn #503

I walk with Love along the way,
And O, it is a holy day;
No more I suffer cruel fear,
I feel God's presence with me here.
The joy that none can take away
Is mine; I walk with Love today.

Let's walk with Love along the way,
And talk with Love and Love obey.
God's healing truth is free to all,
And Spirit answers every call;
'Tis God dispels the clouds of gray
That all may walk with Love today.

Come, walk with Love along the way,
Let childlike trust be yours today;
Uplift your thought, with courage go,
Give of your heart's rich overflow,
And peace shall crown your joy-filled day.
Come, walk with Love along the way.
(The Christian Science Hymnal, No. 503)

 

Hymn #592
REFRAIN 1
We are walking in the light of God,
We are walking in the light of God.
We are walking in the light of God,
We are walking in the light of God.
We are walking, we are walking, ooh
We are walking in the light of God.
We are walking, we are walking, ooh
We are walking in the light of God.

We are all God's children, expressions of one Mind,
Living in the radiance of Spirit all divine.
Every heart and nation is answering the call
To a true salvation knowing God is All-in-all.

REFRAIN 2
We are praying in the light of God,
We are praying in the light of God.
We are praying in the light of God,
We are praying in the light of God.
We are praying, we are praying, ooh
We are praying in the light of God.
We are praying, we are praying, ooh
We are praying in the light of God.

As we turn our faces, up to the light of Life,
Harmony replaces all pain and fear and strife.
See the heavenly harvest so bountifully poured,
As we raise our voices being all of one accord!

REFRAIN 3
We are singing in the light of God,
We are singing in the light of God.
We are singing in the light of God,
We are singing in the light of God.
We are walking, we are praying, ooh
We are singing in the light of God.
We are walking, we are praying, ooh
We are singing in the light of God.
(The Christian Science Hymnal, No. 592)