The Lord’s Day ~ January 29, 2023

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Fellowship time 10:35 a.m.


Prelude Announcements

Meditation: Psalm 96 Silent Prayer

God welcomes us, we confess our sins and praise him:

*Call to worship: Psalm 96:1–3

*The Lord’s Greeting    *Invocation

God’s law: Leviticus 19:18

Confession of sin in unison (1 John 1:8−10)

If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us. For­give us for Jesus’ sake, Amen.

Assurance of forgiveness: 1 John 2:1−2

*Hymn 345 “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken”

We praise God and listen to his Word:

Responsive reading: Psalm 65 page 807

*Old Testament Scripture reading: Isaiah 42:1–9; Joel 2:28–32

Hymn 347 “The Church’s One Foundation”

We pray to God and bring him our gifts:

God’s people pray The Lord’s Prayer

  Worship through tithes and offerings Prayer

*Hymn 346 “Hail to the Brightness of Zion’s Glad Morning”

God speaks in the reading and preaching of his Word:

*New Testament Scripture reading: Acts 11:1–18

  Sermon: “Could You Oppose God?” Acts 11:1–18

God seals his grace in the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper:

The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper

We praise God and he blesses us:

*Hymn 368 “The Ends of All the Earth Shall Hear”

*Benediction *Hymn 733  “Doxology”


*Please stand if able

Welcome as we worship the triune God!

Congregational meeting following the morning service.

Evening service: 5:30 p.m.

God welcomes us and we praise him:


*The Lord’s Greeting *Invocation

*Hymn 163 “At the Name of Jesus”

Hymn 252 “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross”

God speaks to us in his Word:

*Scripture readings: Isaiah 50

Sermon: “Adding Insult to Injury” Isaiah 50:6–9

We respond and go to serve God:

*Hymn 246 “Man of Sorrows! What a Name”

God’s people pray

*Hymn 254 “Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed”

*Benediction *Hymn 735 “Gloria Patri”

Postlude 740 “Amen”

*Please stand if able

Welcome as we worship God today

For whom is the Lord’s Supper intended? May we point you to the language of the Directory for the Public Worship of God of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church? We “invite all who are right with God and his church, through faith in the Lord Jesus, to come to the Lord’s Table. If you have received Christ and are resting upon him alone for salvation, as he is offered to you in the gospel, if you are a baptized and professing communicant member in good standing in a church that professes the gospel of God’s free grace in Jesus Christ, and if you live penitently and seek to walk in godliness before the Lord, then this Supper is for you, and [we] invite you in Christ’s name to eat the bread and drink the cup.” (III.C.3)

If you have questions, we invite you to speak with the pastor or one of the elders. We recognize that the emphasis on the importance of church membership may be unfamiliar to some. We recommend the booklet, “Why Join a Church?” summarizing the Bible’s teaching on the importance of church membership. Copies are available on the table in the entry and here. The communion tray contains both wine (the inner rings) and grape juice (the outer ring).

We welcome children in our worship services. The nursery room is available for pre-school children if needed. Children’s bulletins are available for your child to use during the service, if you wish.