3.26.17 Sunday Liturgy Recap

March 29, 2017  |  sydneyhuetter

SUNDAY LITURGY RECAP

Welcome to our Sunday Recap. If you missed our service this Sunday or are just looking for another expression of our corporate worship, scroll through this post and click the links for each element. Participate freely and worship a worthy God.

CALL TO WORSHIP

We want the songs we sing to not only glorify God, but to shape us as a people. Today we’re singing the song Christ is Enough.  So often we forget that that’s true.  We convince ourselves that we need other things for our lives to be fulfilled or enough.  Christ is enough, and he’s living water for us.

ADORATION

Christ Is Enough

CONFESSION

Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)

Greeting Time and Announcements:

Each week we pray for another local church in town because we believe we are not the gospel answer to Flagstaff but that God is using all his Christian churches to redeem the city. This week we did an All of Life interview and prayed for Natasha and Thomas, who are doing amazing work with Camp Kasem.  We also prayed for anyone being currently affected by cancer in anyway that God would heal and show that he is God over cancer.

SERMON

Vince Garvey || Stephen & the Story || Acts 6:8-8:3

LISTEN TO SERMON

COMMUNION & RESPONSE

Each week we respond to the truth of God’s word in four ways.

COMMUNION:

On the night that Jesus was arrested he broke bread and drank wine with his disciples symbolizing the body that was broken and the blood that was poured out on the cross. Take the time to remember that Jesus died for the sins of those who would trust in him.

SINGING:

Before The Throne

Love Song

Fierce

PRAYER:

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BENEDICTION

May we, having been blessed by God and called his people, go and be a blessing to the city of Flagstaff, living as first fruits of the Kingdom of God for God’s glory. Amen.

REFLECTION QUESTION

When persecution at some point, in some way, comes into your life, what do you think you’ll do?