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

"As A Child"

Sung by Julia Wade


 





 

HYMNS
 

Hymn #467

  Eternal Mind the Potter is,
And thought th' eternal clay:
The hand that fashions is divine,
His works pass not away.
Man is the noblest work of God,
His beauty, power and grace,
Immortal; perfect as his Mind
Reflected face to face.

God could not make imperfect man
His model infinite;
Unhallowed thought He could not plan,
Love's work and Love must fit.
Life, Truth and Love the pattern make,
Christ is the perfect heir;
The clouds of sense roll back, and show
The form divinely fair.

God's will is done; His kingdom come;
The Potter's work is plain.
The longing to be good and true
Has brought the light again.
And man does stand as God's own child,
The image of His love.
Let gladness ring from every tongue,
And heaven and earth approve.
(Christian Science Hymnal, No. 467)
 

Hymn #501

I love Your way of freedom, Lord,
To serve You is my choice;
In Your clear light of Truth I rise
And, listening for Your voice,
I hear Your promise old and new,
That bids all fear to cease:
"My presence still shall go with you
And I will give you peace."

Though storm or discord cross my path
Your power is still my stay,
Though human will and woe would check
My upward-soaring way;
All unafraid I wait, the while
Your angels bring release,
For still Your presence is with me,
And You do give me peace.

I climb, with joy, the heights of Mind,
To soar o'er time and space;
I yet shall know as I am known
And see You face to face.
Till time and space and fear are naught
My quest shall never cease,
Your presence ever goes with me
And You do give me peace.
(Christian Science Hymnal, No. 501)


Hymn #65

From glory unto glory,
Be this our joyous song;
From glory unto glory,
'Tis Love that leads us on;
As wider yet and wider,
The rising splendors glow,
What wisdom is revealed to us,
What freedom we may know.

The fullness of His blessing
Encompasseth our way;
The fullness of His promise
Crowns every dawning day;
The fullness of His glory
Is shining from above,
While more and more we learn to know
The fullness of His love.

From glory unto glory,
What great things He hath done,
What wonders He hath shown us,
What triumphs Love hath won.
From glory unto glory,
From strength to strength we go,
While grace for grace abundantly
Doth from His fullness flow.
(Christian Science Hymnal, No. 65)