Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
August 21, 2022
Lutheran Book of Worship – Setting 2
Please stand, as you are able, when indicated by *

Sermon Rev. Matt Knuppel

  • Hymn: “Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound” LBW #448
  • Apostles’ Creed p. 85

Welcome & Announcements

  • Brief Order for Confession & Forgiveness p. 77
    *P: As for me, I will call upon God, and He shall hear my voice. He has delivered my soul in peace
    from the battle that was against me. Cast your burden upon the Lord, and He will sustain you.
  • C: Give ear to my prayer, O God, and do not hide Yourself from my supplication.
    *Hymn: “Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty” LBW #250
    *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: Isaiah 66:18-23
    Psalm 50:1-15 (bulletin insert)
    The Second Reading: Hebrews 12:4-24 (25-29)
  • The Holy Gospel Luke 13:33-30
    Naomi’s Heart Mission Collection
  • 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. 92-93
  • Benediction & Amen p. 94-95
  • Hymn: “Rise Up, O Saints of God!” LBW #383
  • Sending
  • Postlude

The altar flowers today are given to the Glory of God

Welcome to our Visitors!
Grace Lutheran Church welcomes you as you join us in worship this morning. Please fill out a Visitor
Connect card, these are found either on the entrance table or in the pew rack in front of you.
Completed cards will be collected along with the offering today.
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 that you wish to receive this gift of life by holding out
your open hands. If you desire to drink the wine from the common cup, please proceed to the left
chalice after receiving the wafer. If you prefer to dip the wafer into the wine, please proceed to the
right chalice after receiving the wafer. You are encouraged to bring young children forward for a
blessing. The sign for a blessing is folded hands.
Disciples in Service today, Sunday, August 21
Ushers: John Kollmeyer, Rik Maxey
Organist: John Trotta Lay Reader: John Kollmeyer
Acolyte: Roman Hurst Crucifer: Ruby Hurst Servers: Nicole Hurst, Debbie Voigt
Altar Guild: Greta Roberts
Disciples in Service next Sunday, August 28
Ushers: Rusty Bates, Richard Maxey
Organist: John Trotta Lay Reader: Scott Barrett
Acolyte: William Roberts Crucifer: Marc Voigt
Servers: Holly Alloway, Dave Rudolph
Altar Guild: Debbie Barrett

Grace Lutheran Church

Proclaimingthe grace of Christ in Word and Sacrament
Rev. Matt Knuppel, Pastor

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3410 Community Church Rd.
Pfafftown, NC 27040
PO Box 1735, Clemmons,NC 27012


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