Rev Dr Richard Chung
February 7, 2021
Based on Mark 1:29-39
When Jesus healed, he healed and restored the whole person. The followers of Jesus Christ are called to pray for sick people and heal and restore the whole person and society.
Order of Worship Service | February 7, 2021
Prelude: “Amazing Grace”, David M. Cherwien
Call to Worship (from Psalm 147)
Let us praise the Lord!
Let us sing praise to our God.
Our God is gracious, and a song of praise is fitting.
God builds up Jerusalem; God gathers the outcasts of Israel.
God heals the broken-hearted and binds up their wounds.
Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; God’s understanding is beyond measure.
The Lord lifts up the downtrodden and casts the wicked to the ground.
Come, let us worship our God!
Hymn: MV 144 “Like a Healing Stream”
Scripture Text: Mark 1:29-39
Special Music: “There is a Balm in Gilead”
….. with Reading Traditional Spiritual – Arr.: Pepper Choplin
Prayers of the People & the Lord’s Prayer
Reflective Music: “Miniature #5 Moderato Teneramente”, Herbert Howells
Commissioning & Blessing
Click —->Zoom Fellowship to join each other for virtual coffee at 11:30 am
In Honor Of Gifts identify benchmarks like, anniversaries, birthdays, special celebrations, life events, awards and pivotal achievements.
These gifts provide a lasting contribution, setting an example for and benefiting future generations.
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