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  • Writer's picturePastor Gary

January 2nd Worship Program

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Happy New Year!

Thank you for joining us in starting the new year worshipping God with other believers.

Our prayer is that your time with us in worship today will be an encouragement to your faith journey. We understand that life has a way, at times, of draining the best of us. We pray your time in worship today will be like a spring of fresh water.

If you have any prayer requests or questions, please us the link in this worship program or the pew cards available in the seat backs in front of you.

8:30 am

Live @Raum Chapel UMC

9:30 am

Live @Wesley Chapel UMC

11:00 am

Live @Rock Hall Church


This week's announcements:

The Ministry Retreat scheduled for this coming weekend has been postponed to February 11, 6-9pm and Feb 12, 8-2pm.

RSVP to the Friday evening gathering with dinner HERE.

RSVP to the Saturday morning gather with lunch HERE.


Today's Order of Worship


Morning Prayer

Opening Songs

Pastoral Prayer


Closing Worship


Songs for Worship






God So Loved

He Is



This week's prayer focus:

Sunday - Our Mission: God, increase the desire of believers to fulfill the Great Commission. Matthew 28:19-20

Monday - Our Church: God, direct our vision for the Future. Proverbs 19:21

Tuesday - Our Leadership: God, help our ministers and volunteers persevere in Your work. 1 Corinthians 15:58

Wednesday - Families: God, help our families be committed to the Lord and His Work. Joshua 24:15

Thursday - Our Community: God, bring salvation to the lost. Luke 19:10

Friday - Children/Youth: God, help our young people set an example of godliness for others. 1 Timothy 4:12

Saturday - Adults: God, give our adults discernment to not be deceived by the world and Satan.1 Peter 5:8


Next Steps:

Let's Read together:

Bible Reading Plan: Good News... for All People!

In this 7-day plan, civil rights legend Dr. John M. Perkins explores how the good news proclaimed by the angels announces God's intent to reach all nations and cultures with the Gospel. He confronts the lie that we can be reconciled to God without being reconciled to our Christian brothers and sisters with whom we are one blood.


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