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Let Us Now Depart in Thy Peace

Author: Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. Hymnal: UMH #668 (1989) Meter: Tune Title: A LA PUERTA First Line: Let us now depart in thy peace, blessed Jesus Topics: Particular Times of Worship Closing of Worship; Closing Hymns; Service Music Sending Forth Scripture: Luke 2:29 Languages: English
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Psalm 31:1-16

Author: Martin Luther; Frederick H. Hedge Hymnal: UMH #764 (1989) Tune Title: [A mighty fortress is our God] First Line: A mighty fortress is our God Refrain First Line: A mighty fortress is our God Lyrics: Response: (Passion, Palm Sunday & General) A might fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing. Topics: Psalter; Christian Year Passion/Palm Sunday; Christian Year Easter Scripture: Psalm 31:1-16 Languages: English

Psalm 46

Author: Martin Luther; Frederick H. Hedge Hymnal: UMH #780 (1989) Tune Title: [A mighty fortress is our God] First Line: A mighty fortress is our God Refrain First Line: A mighty fortress is our God Lyrics: Response: (Easter & General) A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwark never failing. Topics: Psalter; Christian Year Easter Vigil; Christian Year Easter Scripture: Psalm 46 Languages: English

Come, Let Us Eat

Author: Billema Kwillia; Margaret D. Miller; Gilbert E. Doan Hymnal: UMH #625 (1989) Meter: 10.10 Tune Title: A VA DE First Line: Come, let us eat, for now the feast is spread Topics: Service Music Sending Forth; Service Music Following Communion; Service Music Greeting/Call to Worship; Jesus Christ Presence; Holy Communion; The Sacraments and Rites of the Church Eucharist (Holy Communion or The Lord's Supper); Testimony and Witness Scripture: 1 Corinthians 5:7-8 Languages: English

Lord, You Give the Great Commission

Author: Jeffery Rowthorn Hymnal: UMH #584 (1989) Meter: D Tune Title: ABBOT'S LEIGH Refrain First Line: With the Spirit's gifts empower us Lyrics: 1 Lord, you give the great commission: “Heal the sick and preach the word.” Lest the church neglect its mission, and the gospel go unheard, help us witness to your purpose with renewed integrity. With the Spirit’s gifts empower us for the work of ministry. 2 Lord, you call us to your service: “In my name baptize and teach.” That the world may trust your promise, life abundant meant for each, give us all new fervor, draw us closer in community. With the Spirit’s gifts empower us for the work of ministry. 3 Lord, you make the common holy: “This my body, this my blood.” Let us all, for earth’s true glory, daily lift life heavenward, asking that the world around us share your children’s liberty. With the Spirit’s gifts empower us for the work of ministry. 4 Lord, you show us love’s true measure: “Father, what they do, forgive.” Yet we hoard as private treasure all that you so freely give. May your care and mercy lead us to a just society. With the Spirit’s gifts empower us for the work of ministry. 5 Lord, you bless with words assuring: “I am with you to the end.” Faith and hope and love restoring, may we serve as you intend and, amid the cares that claim us, hold in mind eternity. With the Spirit’s gifts empower us for the work of ministry. Topics: Ordination; Mission and Outreach; Justice; The Nature of the Church Called to God's Mission; Responses, Antiphonal Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20 Languages: English

God Is Here

Author: Fred Pratt Green Hymnal: UMH #660 (1989) Meter: D Tune Title: ABBOT'S LEIGH First Line: God is here! As we you people Lyrics: 1 God is here! As we your people meet to offer praise and prayer, may we find in fuller measure what it is in Christ we share. Here, as in the world around us, all our varied skills and arts wait the coming of the Spirit into open minds and hearts. 2 Here are symbols to remind us of our lifelong need of grace; here are table, font, and pulpit; here the cross has central place. Here in honesty of preaching, here in silence, as in speech, here, in newness and renewal, God the Spirit comes to each. 3 Here our children find a welcome in the Shepherd's flock and fold; here as bread and wine are taken, Christ sustains us, as of old. Here the servants of the Servant seek in worship to explore what it means in daily living to believe and to adore. 4 Lord of all, of church and kingdom, in an age of change and doubt keep us faithful to the gospel; help us work your purpose out. Here, in this day's dedication, all we have to give, receive; we, who cannot live without you, we adore you! We believe! Topics: Church Ecumenism; Church Anniversaries; Adoration and Praise; Particular Times of Worship Opening of Worship; The Glory of the Triune God Praise and Thanksgiving; Church Anniversaries; Service Music Greeting/Call to Worship Languages: English
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Jesus, Lover of My Soul

Author: Charles Wesley Hymnal: UMH #479 (1989) Meter: D Tune Title: ABERYSTWYTH Lyrics: 1. Jesus, lover of my soul, let me to thy bosom fly, while the nearer waters roll, while the tempest still is high. Hide me, O my Savior, hide, till the storm of life is past; safe into the haven guide; O receive my soul at last. 2. Other refuge have I none, hangs my helpless soul on thee; leave, ah! leave me not alone, still support and comfort me. All my trust on thee is stayed, all my help from thee I bring; cover my defenseless head with the shadow of thy wing. 3. Thou, O Christ, art all I want, more than all in thee I find; raise the fallen, cheer the faint, heal the sick, and lead the blind. Just and holy is thy name, I am all unrighteousness; false and full of sin I am; thou art full of truth and grace. 4. Plenteous grace with thee is found, grace to cover all my sin; let the healing streams abound, make and keep me pure within. Thou of life the fountain art, freely let me take of thee; spring thou up within my heart; rise to all eternity. Topics: Jesus Christ Presence; Hope; Grace; Confession; Comfort; Sanctifiying and Perfecting Grace Strength in Triublation; Sanctifiying and Perfecting Grace Prayer, Trust, Hope; Service Music Confession and Pardon Prayer Scripture: Philippians 3:16 Languages: English

Help Us Accept Each Other

Author: Fred Kaan Hymnal: UMH #560 (1989) Meter: D Tune Title: ACCEPTANCE Lyrics: 1 Help us accept each other as Christ accepted us; teach us as sister, brother, each person to embrace. Be present, Lord, among us, and bring us to believe we are ourselves accepted and meant to love and live. 2 Teach us, O Lord, your lessons, as in our daily life we struggle to be human and search for hope and faith. Teach us to care for people, for all, not just for some, to love them as we find them, or as they may become. 3 Let your acceptance change us, so that we may be moved in living situations to do the truth in love; to practice your acceptance, until we know by heart the table of forgiveness and laughter's healing art. 4 Lord, for today's encounters with all who are in need, who hunger for acceptance, for righteousness and bread, we need new eyes for seeing, new hands for holding on; renew us with your Spirit; Lord, free us, make us one! Topics: Presence (Holy Spirit); Love Feast; Home and Family; Forgiveness; Church Community in Christ; The Nature of the Church United in Christ; Love Feast; Reconciliation Scripture: John 15:12 Languages: English

He Lives

Author: Alfred H. Ackley Hymnal: UMH #310 (1989) Meter: with refrain Tune Title: ACKLEY First Line: I serve a risen Savior Refrain First Line: He lives, he lives Topics: Jesus Christ; Christian Year Christ the King; Christian Year Ascension; Christian Year Easter; Christ's Gracious Life Resurrection and Exaltation; The Grace of Jesus Christ In Praise of Christ; Salvation Languages: English
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Have Thine Own Way, Lord

Author: Adelaide A. Pollard Hymnal: UMH #382 (1989) Meter: D Tune Title: ADELAIDE First Line: Have thine own way Lord Lyrics: 1. Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! Thou art the potter; I am the clay. Mold me and make me after thy will, while I am waiting, yielded and still. 2. Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! Search me and try me, Savior today! Wash me just now, Lord, wash me just now, as in thy presence humbly I bow. 3. Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! Wounded and weary, help me I pray! Power, all power, surely is thine! Touch me and heal me, Savior divine! 4. Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! Hold o'er my being absolute sway. Fill with thy Spirit till all shall see Christ only, always, living in me! Topics: Installation Services; Healing; Commitment; Christian Experience; Sanctifiying and Perfecting Grace Rebirth and the New Creation; Service Music Invitation to Prayer Scripture: Jeremiah 18:6 Languages: English


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