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Sunday Service

10:30a ET

(We will be live by 10:20a)


  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.

  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.")

 11. Collection.








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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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Hymn #343

Thou art the Way: to thee alone
From sin and death we flee;
And he who would the Father seek,
Must seek Him, Lord, by thee.

Thou art the Truth: thy word alone
True wisdom doth impart;
Thou only canst unfold that Truth,
And purify the heart.

Thou art the Life: the rending tomb
Proclaims thy conquering arm;
And those who put their trust in thee
Nor death nor hell shall harm.

Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life:
Grant us that Way to know,
That Truth to trust, that Life to learn,
Whose joys eternal flow.


Hymn #217

O, he whom Jesus loved has truly spoken,
That holier worship, which God deigns to bless,
Restores the lost, and heals the spirit broken,
And feeds the widow and the fatherless.

Then, brother man, fold to thy heart thy brother,
For where love dwells, the peace of God is there:
To worship rightly is to love each other;
Each smile a hymn, each kindly deed a prayer.

Follow with reverent steps the great example
Of him whose holy work was doing good;
So shall the wide earth seem our Father’s temple,
Each loving life a psalm of gratitude.


Hymn #392

With love and peace and joy supreme
We hail the new appearing;
From out the darkness and the dream,
The haven of rest is nearing.

With gifts of healing in his wings
To light the Christ now guides us,
The heart that knows him burns and sings,
For endless joy betides us.

His touch the door of Life unseals
And bids us freely enter,
His word the heaven of heavens reveals
With Love its bound and center.

For God is all, and Christ the way;
Our meek and bold defender
Has cleft the night and lo, the day
Bursts forth in mighty splendor.



"Communion Hymn"

(Saw Ye My Saviour)

Written by Mary Baker Eddy

Sung by Josh Henn

God So Loved the World CD

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