Zoom Invitation and Order of Worship for August 1, 2021
Dear Friends of Pioneer,
Pastor Ginger Foster is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Pioneer UMC - Sunday Morning Worship
Time: August 1, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 858 4997 7401
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Pioneer United Methodist Church August 1, 2021 (10:00 am)
Order of Worship
Tenth Sunday of Pentecost
Questions? Call Nancy Marchinek @ (530) 320-7484
or Pastor Ginger @ (559) 676-8719.
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Bells of Invitation
Prelude David Thorp & Qi Qing Thorp, Viola & Piano Duet
Words of Welcome Pastor Ginger Foster
Unison Call to Worship Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Here we come to the table again, the holy table set for us unholy saints.
Here we come, the broken-hearted, the unemployed, the fearful ones,
the guilty ones,
the lonely, the anxious, the despairing, the grief-stricken.
Here we come, men and women, children and parents, poor and rich,
rolling and walking,
left and right, short and tall, every color and class imaginable.
Here we come, because we’re hungry, used up, worn down, tired out,
cast off, stressed out, turned off, put down, lost!
Here we come. Amen.
|“Here We Come” by James E. Magaw |
From “Alive Now!, May-June 1997,” page 19 |
Copyright 1997 by The Upper Room |
Gift of Music “Come and Find Regeneses, Sierra Pines
the Quiet Center” UMC Band
Offering Our Gifts & Lives to God
Mission Moment Invitation to Give
Offertory Qi Qing Thorp, Pianist
Offering Our Prayers to God
Sharing Our Joys and Concerns
Concerns: Lord in Your Mercy “Hear our Prayer"
Joys: In Grateful Praise “Thanks be to God”
Time of Personal Prayer Dave Hogge, Guitarist
Pastoral Prayer/Lord’s Prayer
Scripture Reading Mark 14: 22-25 Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Reading “A Meal by Any Other Name” By Dean McIntyre
|“A Meal By Any Other Name” by Dean McIntyre |
Copyright 2006, The General Board of Discipleship of the UMC |
Hymn “One Bread, One Body” #620 (red hymnal)
Vs. 2 & 3
Scripture Reading Mark 13: 33 Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Reading “Yeast Thoughts” By Mike Hodge
|“Yeast Thoughts” by Mike Hodge | From “Alive Now!,
September-October 1976,” page 4-5 | Copyright 1976 by The Upper Room |Hymn “Let Us Be Bread” #2260 (black hymnal)
Scripture Reading I Corinthians 10: 14-17 Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Reading “Grandma’s Bread” By Sandy Bryan
|“Grandma’s Bread” by Sandy Bryan | From “Alive Now!,
September-October 1976,” page 9 | Copyright 1976 by The Upper Room
Hymn “Let Us Break Bread Together” #618 (red hymnal)
Vs. 1 & 2
Reading By Bishop William Willimon
Reflection on the Reading for private worship at home:
Why has Communion, especially the attempt to define Christ’s presence, been divisive? Our divisions are no more evident than at a table and the people you would eat with and wouldn’t eat with. We’re smart enough to know that eating is a very intimate activity. You take care whom you invite to dinner. Southern segregationists were smart enough to know they had to keep blacks away from lunch counters, because if you dare ask people to sit down with you, even at a lunch counter, you’ve got to admit they’re human beings. We also know that barriers are most readily broken at the table. The meal is an intimate, communal, uniting experience, and it’s also a risky, scary time when we try to erect boundaries. For Christians, it ought to be a sign of unity. It is a tragedy that of all things this should be a mark of division.
| Reading by Bishop William Willimon | From “Alive Now!,
May-June 1997,” page 15 | Copyright 1997 by The Upper Room |
Scripture Reading I Corinthians 11: 27-32 Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Come join Drive-Through Communion TODAY
August 1st between 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Enter through the side parking lot from Lincoln Way.
For Everyone in the Congregation,
Whether you participated in worship on zoom earlier or not.
Safety protocols will be followed.
Holy Communion - Invitation
Confession and Pardon – Merciful God, we confess that we have not loved you with our whole heart. We have taken your love for granted. We have not done your will, and we have broken your law. We confess sins of which we are not truly repentant, and we make promises we will not keep. We have not loved our neighbors, and we have not heard the cry of the needy. Forgive us, we pray. Free us for joyful obedience, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Great Thanksgiving / Lord’s Prayer Sharing a Meal
Closing Hymn “Take Our Bread” #640 (red hymnal)
Vs. 1 & 2
Benediction Glen Cleveland, Liturgist
Here we are, eating again, without credentials, without money,
without vouchers or coupons, just because you say we belong.
Here we go, full, from the table again, still unholy saints, but saints
again alive, renewed in compassion and hope, taking bread with us for
those not yet at the table.
|“Here We Come” by James E. Magaw | From “Alive Now!,
May-June 1997,” page 19 | Copyright 1997 by The Upper Room |
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