Trinity Sunday

June 15, 2014


*Those that are able are invited to stand


Welcome and Announcements


Gathering into worship          


*Scripture                                                                                                                          Psalm 8


*Call to Worship

Leader: Creator God… Call us all.

People: You declared, O Lord, that our sons and daughters would prophecy;

the young will see visions, while the elders dream dreams.

Leader: Resurrected Christ… Guide us all.

People: You have told us, Great God, what is required:

to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with You.

Leader: Holy, Holy, Holy Spirit…Move us to action.

People: So that justice rolls like water

and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

Leader: Take away all guilt; accept that which is good.

All: We offer our worship -- the fruit of our lips to you, our God. Amen.


*Opening Hymn                “We Believe in One True God”                                              #85


*Opening Prayer


*Greeting One Another with Joy


A Time for Prayer


Joys and Concerns


Prayer Hymn                              “Sweet Hour of Prayer                                                   #496

Silent Prayer / Pastoral Prayer / Lord’s Prayer

            Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.  Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth

 as it is in heaven.  Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who

trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom and

the power and the glory forever.  Amen. 


    becoming the church through the word


Scripture                                                                                                         Matthew 28:16–20




 Sharing our blessings


Offering Our Gifts and Tithes


Offering Prayer

God who moves before us, behind us, and beside us; through your risen son you

have commanded us to “Go!” but we have made ourselves comfortable in our

churches and in our homes. You have commanded us to reach out to the world;

but often we have limited that outreach to those who look like us, speak like us,

live like us. As we worship this morning, and we pray the prayers and sing the

songs, and as we offer ourselves and our gifts to you, remind us again that we

are called to go into the world. Help us to be more of a movement of hope and

love and less an institution of rules and protection of the way things have always

been. We pray in the name of the one who sends us, Jesus the Christ. Amen.


Offertory                                     “Come, Holy Spirit”                                                   Choir

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Taking the Word to the World


*Closing Hymn                     “Go, Make of All Disciples”                                             #571




*Hymn                                             “We Are the Church” (refrain)                               #558

                                              I am the church.  You are the church.  We are the church together.

                                  All who follow Jesus, all around the world, YES we’re the church together.




Prayer Concerns:

Pat Drake – carpal tunnel in both hands

Donna (co-worker of Judy) – unexpected loss of her husband

Kim Winters (Kim V’s mother) – alzheimer’s disease

Carolyn Hartner – moved to Penwood Nursing facility for rehab

Paul (Veronica Greenberg’s son) – going to Afganistan

Linda (friend of Mary Kilgour) – back problems

Friends and Family of the Agnews – fighting cancer

Sandy (friend of Kristian) – going through cancer treatment



Ongoing Prayer Requests:

George (friend of Kilgours)- stomach cancer; Steve (friend of Gail)- continued healing;

Joey (5th grader in Sewickley) –cancer; Cheryl (Tom’s cousin) – chemotherapy; 

Flo (cousin of Jean McQuade)- lung cancer; Baby Gavin- brain tumor;  

Steve (John McQuade co-worker)- prostate cancer; Sydney- Leukemia;

Tina Whitehead and her work for human dignity; Our military and their families