April 25th Bulletin, 2021

Fourth Sunday of Easter
& Feast Day of St. Mark
April 25, 2021
Lutheran Book of Worship

Please stand, as you are able, when indicated by *

Prelude
Welcome & Announcements

  • Brief Order for Confession & Forgiveness p. 77
  • P: “O sing to the Lord a new song, for He has done marvelous
    things. The Lord has made known His salvation; His
    righteousness He has openly shown in the sight of the wicked.”
  • C: “His right hand and His holy arm have gained Him the
    victory.”
  • Hymn: “The King of Love My Shepherd Is” #456
  • Apostolic Greeting & Kyrie p. 78-79
  • Hymn of Praise (“This is the feast…”) p. 81-82
  • Prayer for St. Mark’s Day
  • Prayer of the Day (bulletin insert)
    The First Reading: Acts 4:1-12
    Psalm 23 (bulletin insert)
    The Second Reading: 1 John 3:16-24
    Hymn: “He Leadeth Me: O Blessed Thought!” (v.1-2) #501
  • The Holy Gospel: John 10:11-18
    Hymn: “He Leadeth Me: O Blessed Thought!” (v.3-4) #501

The Youth Message
Sermon Rev. Matt Knuppel

  • Hymn: “Have No Fear, Little Flock” #476
  • The Nicene Creed p.84
    Blessing of the Baptismal Font 
  • Prayer of the Church p. 85
  • The Peace p. 86
    Offering & Offertory (“Let the vineyards…”) p. 86
  • Great Thanksgiving p. 88-89
  • Words of Institution & Lord’s Prayer p. 89, 91
    Agnus Dei and Communion p. 92
  • Post-Communion Canticle (“Thank the Lord…”) p. 92
  • Benediction & Amen p. 94-95
  • Hymn: “Christ the Lord is Risen Today; Alleluia!” #128
  • Sending
    The altar flowers are given to the Glory of God
    by Marsha and Richard Maxey.

Welcome to our Visitors!
Grace Lutheran Church welcomes you as you join us in
worship this morning. Please fill out a visitor card, either
handed to you when you entered this morning or
available from an usher, and place it in the offering plate.

Sunday School
All are welcome to attend Sunday School before worship
beginning at 8:45; classes are available for both children
and adults.
Holy Communion
Those who are baptized and believe that Jesus Christ,
crucified and risen, is truly present in, with, and under the
forms of bread and wine for the forgiveness of sins, life,
and salvation, are welcome to the Lord’s Table. Please let
the pastor know you wish to receive this gift of life by
holding out your open hands. Receive the wafer, move to
one of the servers and dip the wafer into the wine, then
partake. You are encouraged to bring young children
forward for a blessing. The sign for a blessing is folded
hands.
Disciples in Service today, April 25
Ushers: Richard Maxey, Dave Rudolph
Organist: Steve Holland Lay Reader: Jack Price
Acolyte: Ruby Hurst Crucifer: William Roberts
Servers: Laura Peterson, Greta Roberts
Disciples in Service next Sunday, May 2
Ushers: Dan Alloway, John Kollmeyer
Organist: Steve Holland Lay Reader: Debbie Voigt
Acolyte: Roman Hurst Crucifer: Ruby Hurst
Servers: Holly Alloway, Debbie Voigt

Grace Lutheran Church
Proclaiming the grace of Christ in Word and Sacrament

Rev. Matt Knuppel, Pastor
(540)-521-4300
mknuppel36@gmail.com
3410 Community Church Road
Pfafftown, NC 27040
PO Box# 1735, Clemmons, NC
http://gracelutheranws.org
Church office location:

3540 Clemmons Rd., Clemmons, NC Suite #107

● Christ Centered ●Mission-Driven
●Traditionally-Grounded ● Congregationally-Focused

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