Hanover Valley Sunday Service Livestream - June 6th, 2021






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HANOVER VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN BULLETIN

June 6th, 2021


Prelude


Call to Worship


Gathering Songs (Please Stand)

You’re the Lion of Judah

You’re the Lion of Judah, the Lamb who was slain,

You ascended to heaven and evermore will reign.

At the end of the age when the earth You reclaim

You will gather the nations before you.


And the eyes of all men will be fixed

On the Lamb who was crucified,

With wisdom and mercy and justice

You’ll reign at Your Father’s side.


Chorus: And the angels will cry “Hail the Lamb

Who was slain for the world, rule in pow’r.”

And the earth will reply, “You shall reign

As the King of all kings and the Lord of all lords.”


There’a a shield in our hand and a sword at our side;

There’s a fire in our spirits that cannot be denied,

‘Cause the Father has told us, for these You have died,

For the nations who gather before You.


And the ears of all men need to hear

Of the Lamb who was crucified,

Who descended to hell, yet was raised up

To reign at His Father’s side. Chorus


Corporate Prayer of Confession

God of mercy, whose Son Jesus Christ longs to gather us in the wide embrace of his love: We confess that we have been wayward children. We have disobeyed your commands; our ears have been deaf to your call; our hearts have been cold to your love. In thought, in word, and in deed we have hurt others and dishonored your name. In your great mercy receive us yet again as your well-beloved children, not because we are worthy, but for the sake of him who loved us and gave himself for us. Amen.

Private Confession


Words of Encouragement

Be glad and rejoice with all your heart, The LORD has taken away your punishment, The LORD your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing. Zephaniah 3: 14-17


Song of Assurance (Please Stand)

Hosanna

Let the weak say “I am strong,” Let the poor say “I am rich”

Let the blind say “I can see,” It’s what the Lord has done in me

(Repeat)


Chorus: Hosanna, hosanna! To the Lamb that was slain

Hosanna, hosanna! Jesus died and rose again

Hosanna, hosanna! To the lamb that was slain

Hosanna, hosanna! Jesus died and rose again


Into the river I will wade, there my sins are washed away

From the heavens mercy streams of the Savior’s love for me


I will rise from waters deep, into the saving arms of God

I will sing salvation songs, Jesus Christ has set me free Chorus


Jesus died and rose again. Jesus died and rose again.


Announcements & Prayers of the People


Covenant Baptism

Liam Derreth


Special Music


Scripture

Mark 6:14-29


Sermon

A King’s Response to the Gospel


Song of Reflection

How Great is Your Love

No eye has seen and no ear has heard

And no mind can ever conceive

The glorious things that You have prepared

For everyone who has believed

You brought us near and You called us Your own

And made us joint heirs with Your Son


Chorus: How high and how wide, how deep and how long

How sweet and how strong is Your love

How lavish Your grace, how faithful Your ways,

How great is Your love, O Lord


Objects of mercy that should have known wrath,

We’re filled with unspeakable joy.

Riches of wisdom, unsearchable wealth,

And the wonder of knowing Your voice.

You are our treasure and our great reward,

Our hope and our glorious King! Chorus


Invitation to the Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper, also called Communion or the Eucharist, is the family meal of Christians. We welcome all committed followers of Jesus Christ to partake of this sacrament; those who are baptized members of a congregation which proclaims the gospel, who are at peace with God and with their neighbor, and who seek strength to live more faithfully for Christ. If you are not a Christian, or if you are not prepared to share in this meal, we encourage you to spend this time in prayer.


Note About the Supper: Wine is used. However, the outer ring of the tray contains non-alcoholic grape juice. The elements are in stacked cups, use care to handle only the one you are taking. Please come forward as you are instructed and take the elements back to your seat. Please hold the elements so that we may all partake together.


Benediction


Parting Song of Praise

How Great is Your Love (Chorus)

How high and how wide, how deep and how long

How sweet and how strong is Your love

How lavish Your grace, how faithful Your ways,

How great is Your love, O Lord


WORSHIP MUSICIANS

Jessi Adams - piano, vocals

You’re the Lion of Judah words and music by Robin Mark

© 1997 Song Solutions Daybreak (Admin. by Song Solutions www.songsolutions.org) Used by Permission. CCLI License #1526697

Hosanna words and music by Reuben Morgan

© 1998 Hillsong Music Publishing Australia (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) Used by Permission. CCLI License #1526697

How Great is Your Love words and music Mark Altrogge

© 1991 Integrity’s Praise! Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music, David C Cook))

Sovereign Grace Praise (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing (Integrity Music, David C Cook))) Used by Permission. CCLI License #1526697

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