November 15th Bulletin, 2020

Twenty-fourth Sunday After Pentecost

November 15, 2020
Lutheran Book of Worship – Setting 2
Please stand, as you are able, when indicated by *
Prelude
Welcome & Announcements

  • Brief Order for Confession & Forgiveness p. 77
  • Hymn: “Come, Thou Almighty King ” LBW # 522
  • Apostolic Greeting & Kyrie p. 78-79
  • Hymn of Praise (“This is the feast…”) p. 81-82
  • Prayer of the Day p. 82
    The First Reading: Zephaniah 1: 7-16
    Psalm 90: 1-12 (bulletin insert)
    The Second Reading: 1 Thessalonians 5: 1-11
  • Gospel Acclamation (“Alleluia…”) p. 83
  • The Holy Gospel: Matthew 25: 14-30
    The Children’s Message

Sermon Rev. Matt Knuppel

  • Hymn: “Arise, My Soul, Arise!” LBW # 516
  • Apostles’ Creed p. 85
  • 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: “On What Has Now Been Sewn” LBW # 261
  • Postlude
  • Sending
    Flowers on the altar given to the Glory of God
    and in honor of Louise Hurst McGuire on her 88 th birthday

By Andy and Sherry Hurst

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 immediately
following worship this morning; classes are available for
both children and adults. The children’s class meets in the
chapel and the adult class in the adjacent gathering room.
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, November 15
Ushers: Richard Maxey, Dave Rudolph
Organist: Steve Holland Lay Reader: Holly Alloway
Acolyte: Roman Hurst Crucifer: Ruby Hurst
Servers: Dan Alloway, Marsha Maxey
Disciples in Service next Sunday, November 22
Ushers: Dan Alloway, Rusty Bates
Organist: Steve Holland Lay Reader: Kathy Kollmeyer
Acolyte: Adrianna Urrea Crucifer: William Roberts
Servers: Holly Alloway, Beth Bates

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

Meeting at Hayworth-Miller Chapel
108 East Kinderton Way, Advance, NC
PO Box#1735, Clemmons, NC
http://gracelutheranws.org
Rev. Matt Knuppel, Pastor
540-521-4300
mknuppel36@gmail.com

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

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