Worship Roadmap - December 04, 2022

Updated: Sunday, November 20, 2022 7:10:10pm

(Roadmap version: Draft
Pastor: Rev. Elane O'Rourke, DMin
Lay Reader: Larry Edson, Song Leader: TBD
Lectionary Scripture: Isaiah 11:1-10; Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19; Romans 15:4-13; Matthew 3:1-12
Used Scriptures: Isaiah 11:1-10, Philippians 4:4-9)

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Prelude

"TBD"
by WhoDunnit

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Lay Reader: Announcements

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Oikos Team Update

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Lay Reader: Other Announcements

Lay Reader: Are there other announcements?
Please wait for the microphone to be passed to you so others in the sanctuary and online can hear.

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Lay Reader: Call to Worship

I was glad when they said to me ”Let us go to the house of the LORD!”
And here we are, built up as a people, bound firmly together to give thanks to
the name of the LORD!

Please join me in the responses.

Lay Reader: Responsive Call to Worship

One: Come together, friends, in this holy place!

ALL: Let us gather in awe at the creativity of our God.

One: Come together in purpose!

ALL: That peace pours into the world through our words and deeds.

One: Come together in vision!

ALL: That the praise and worship that reaches beyond these walls resounds through our daily lives.

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Pastor: Lighting the Advent Candles

As the nights grow longer and the light dims, the brightness of God and of peace can seem a distant memory.

But even in the gathering gloom, we know Christ has always been, and always will be.
Christ was at the beginning when the worlds were formed, and Christ is at the end, when all will be gathered, healed, and reconciled.

Every year during the Advent season, we wait expectantly for the coming of Christ in the form of Jesus, for his birth into our world, God made flesh.

Last Sunday’s candle of hope remains lighted, and we add to it the candle of peace, representing the coming of the light of peace into a darkened world.


(Lights candle.)

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Song: "TBD"

Song Leader: Please rise as you are able and sing.

TBD


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Lay Leader: Birthdays and Anniversaries

Lay Leader: We take this moment to share any birthdays and anniversaries in this month. All are invited to share the dates of any special occasions you’d like to celebrate with us.
Please come forward and use the microphone so those online can hear your sharing. Online people may unmute and offer their sharing too.

(pause until the sharing is finished)

For all of these celebrations, let us bless each other with a song:

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Song: "May You Run and Not Be Weary"

May you run
and not be weary
May your heart
be filled with song.

And may the
love of God continue
To give you hope
and keep you strong.

And may you run
and not be weary
May your life
be filled with joy!

And may the road
you travel
always lead you home.
And may the road
you travel
always lead you home.

© Copyright 1991 Changing Church Forum, Inc. All Rights Reserved. CCLI Song #807099 used under CCLI license #2541334

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Pastor: Passing of the Peace-Invitation

Pastor: Let us pass God’s blessing of peace among one another.

Pastor: Passing of the Peace

One: May the peace of Christ be always with you.
ALL: And also with you.

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Pastor: Passing of the Peace

Whether a bow or a fist bump or a mutually desired hug, share a sign of peace with one another.

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Song: "TBD"

Song Leader: Please remain standing as you are able and sing.

TBD


Song Leader: Prayer of Invocation

Song Leader: Mighty and nurturing God, as we continue in this season of Advent remind us again that in the midst of turmoil, violence, and illness you have already given us access to peace.
Turn our hearts again toward you. Make us ready to receive you into daily lives.
Slow our pace, and awaken us to your constant presence in our lives and in world.

Amen.

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Song: "TBD"

TBD



Song Leader: Please be seated.

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Lay Reader: Scripture

Isaiah 11:1-10,
Philippians 4:4-9
(NRSV)
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Lay Reader: Listen to the words of the Hebrew prophet Isaiah's words to his people, chapter 11, verses 1 through 10:

Lay Reader: Scripture Reading: Isaiah 11:1–10 (NRSV)

A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots.

The spirit of the Lord shall rest on him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of knowledge and the fear of the Lord.

His delight shall be in the fear of the Lord. He shall not judge by what his eyes see, or decide by what his ears hear;

but with righteousness he shall judge the poor, and decide with equity for the meek of the earth; he shall strike the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips he shall kill the wicked.

Righteousness shall be the belt around his waist, and faithfulness the belt around his loins.

The wolf shall live with the lamb, the leopard shall lie down with the kid, the calf and the lion and the fatling together, and a little child shall lead them.

The cow and the bear shall graze, their young shall lie down together; and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.

The nursing child shall play over the hole of the asp, and the weaned child shall put its hand on the adder’s den.

They will not hurt or destroy on all my holy mountain; for the earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.

On that day the root of Jesse shall stand as a signal to the peoples; the nations shall inquire of him, and his dwelling shall be glorious.
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Lay Reader: From the apostle Paul’s letter to the fledgling church in Philippi (FIL-i-pie), chapter 4, verses 4 through 9:

Lay Reader: Scripture Reading: Philippians 4:4–9 (NRSV)

Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. Let your gentleness be known to everyone. The Lord is near.

Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.

Keep on doing the things that you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, and the God of peace will be with you.

Lay Reader: Scripture Response

One: The words of a divinely drawn people.

All: Thanks be to God.

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Pastor: Message

"TBD"
Rev. Elane O'Rourke, DMin

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Choir: Anthem

"TBD"
by WhoDunnit
Used under OneLicense.net A-726183

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Pastor: Offering

Pastor: We are rarely so impoverished that we cannot give something to those people and efforts that matter.
God has given us so much.
When we add our gifts, God multiplies them beyond our expectations.
It is our privilege to share our money, our prayer, and our work in the cause of goodness and nurture.

While we do not pass the plates for our Offering,
we do have offering plates at the back rows of chairs as you enter the sanctuary.
Please feel free to place your offerings there.
We also have a secure way to give online by using our webpage at campbellucc.com/donate

Let us pause and reflect as you give your offerings.

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Now let us dedicate our offerings...

Pastor: Dedication of the Offering

Pastor: Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your constant re-creation.
Bless these outpourings of our hands and our hearts, and use them to add light and peace to your world.


Amen.

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Lay Reader: Prayer of Confession

Lay Reader: Do we take delight in God?
Cling too closely to whatever material advantages we’ve been given?
Perhaps we start out the day kind and loving, but by the end our fatigue and frustration makes us tyrants.
Or maybe we intend to spend time in the holy Presence, but can’t quite tear ourselves away from whatever is begging for our attention at the moment.
In this place we can admit and reflect on the distance between our intentions and our actions.

Let us pray: Peace-giving God, too often we allow our frustrations over our foiled desires blind us to both the beauty and the need around us.
We have not always done what we should do, and have said and thought things that we should not.
Forgive us when we falter, and set our minds and hearts once again on the path to you.

(Brief pause for silence and self examination - 30 seconds)

Lay Reader: Assurance of Grace

Lay Reader: This is the good news:
The Creator and Sustainer of all things is far more willing to forgive and embrace us than we are to admit our faults.
Let yourself be guided by God’s gentle hand.
Take risks for justice and peace, for you will never be alone.

Lay Reader: Responsive Assurance of Grace

All: Thanks be to God.

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TBD


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Pastor: Prayers of the People

Pastor: It is always the time to share your joy and worry with God. So that the people online may hear, please wait for the microphone to be brought to you before sharing your joy or concern.

Online people are invited to unmute and offer your prayers. You can also email your prayers for our community to prayerchain@campbellucc.org

Please let us know if you would like your spoken prayer to be distributed on the Prayer Chain email.

(Wait for prayers to conclude, then Pastor may re-voice offered prayers or proceed to Silent Meditation)

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Pastor: Silent Meditation

Pastor: Keeping these prayers in mind, listen to the sound of the singing bowl as it echoes into Christ’s eternity.

(The singing bowl is rung.)

Pastor: Pastoral Prayer

Pastor: (use your own or embellish this)
Holy God, hear the prayers we have voiced and those that remain unvoiced in our hearts.
Bless us this day with lives filled with love, caring, generosity, and deep, abiding hope.
We pray that your kingdom will dwell among all people, and that we may be instruments of your love and your grace.
Holy Spirit, open our hearts with the joy of healing a world filled with brokenness and pain.
In the name of the one who taught us the ways of light and love, be in our very lives.
Amen.

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TBD


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Communion Invitation

Pastor: Jesus has invited us to this table, the one he spread with his life and his death.
And because it is he who invites us, all are welcome.

Lay Reader: Let us pray
Holy One, Father of our Lord Jesus and our Parent through him, we pray that as you feed us with the Bread of Life,
may we feed those who hunger;
give light to the oppressed and lost;
be a voice for the powerless and forgotten;
and be among your hands binding up our shattered world.

Pastor: Communion

Pastor: God of peace and provision, as your son commanded we remember him at this table.
Jesus, our guide and companion, after calling his friends and disciples together for the Passover meal,
their shared history of deliverance,
Jesus took the bread and gave thanks to you who provided it.

Pastor: Liturgy - bread

Pastor: He broke it and shared it with those gathered, saying:

ALL: "Take. Eat. This is my body given for you. Whenever you do this, remember me."

Pastor: Liturgy - drink

Pastor: Then, at the end of the meal, Jesus took that wine, and gave thanks to you who created and fattened the grapes, and poured it out, saying:

ALL: “Drink this, all of you. This is the blood of a new covenant with God. Whenever you drink it, remember me.”

Communion

Pastor: And so, according to his command, Holy One, we offer this bread and these cups to you, that they may become for us the body and blood of Christ, the hope of communion with you in eternity.

Lay Reader: As you come forward, please use the hand sanitizer station.
We have both regular and gluten-free elements for you to use.
If you prefer to stay in your seat, we can come to you.
Please come forward to receive the elements

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Communion Elements are Shared

Please come forward
to receive the elements

(The elements are shared.
Lay Reader returns to seat after all are served.)

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Pastor: Communion Blessing

Pastor: May this bread strengthen your body for service, and your spirit for joy.
May this cup fill your heart with joy in the One who brought you this far, and will bring you home.
May you live in communion with the Creator, and with Christ, and with the Holy Spirit, and with all of Creation.

Amen.

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Song: "Lord's Prayer"

One: Our (Father, Mother,
Creator, Maker)
ALL: (echo)

One: in heaven
ALL: (echo)
One: holy is your name
ALL: (echo)

One: your kingdom come
ALL: (echo)
One: your will be done
ALL: (echo)

One: on earth
ALL: (echo)
One: as in heaven
ALL: (echo)

One: give us today
ALL: (echo)
One: our daily bread
ALL: (echo)

One: forgive us our sins
ALL: (echo)
One: as we forgive those
ALL: (echo)

One: who sin against us
ALL: (echo)

One: save us from the time
ALL: (echo)
One: of trials
ALL: (echo)

One: and deliver us
ALL: (echo)
One: from evil
ALL: (echo)

One: for the kingdom
and the power
and the glory
are yours forever

All: for the kingdom
and the power
and the glory
are yours forever

One: forever
ALL: (echo)
One: and ever
ALL: (echo)

One: Our (Father, Mother,
Creator, Maker)
ALL: (echo)
One: in heaven
ALL: (echo)

One: holy is your name
ALL: (echo)

Piano Accompaniment by Jim Strathdee,(c) 1978, Desert Flower Music, Reprinted under OneLicense.net A-726183

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Pastor: Benediction

Pastor: Cultivate joyful appreciation for the beauty around you, and trust in God’s continual care, for with joy and trust come peace.
Then share that peace in your corner of the world.

Amen.

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Song: "TBD"

Song Leader: Please rise as you are able and sing our closing song.

TBD


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Postlude

"TBD"
by whoDunnit

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Credits (Note: Credits slide will Advance after 5 seconds)

Pastor: Rev. Elane O'Rourke, DMin
Lay Reader: Larry Edson
Song Leader: TBD

Music Director: Ruth Huber
AV techs: Ken True, Larry Edson
Slides production: Flo Galvez, Ken True

Copyright (Note: Copyright slide will Advance after 5 seconds)

This Video © Copyright 2022,
CampbellUCC. All rights reserved.

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-726183 and/or from CCLI with streaming license #20130793.
All rights reserved.

UNMUTE CD Player and Play CD music.
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Wait for Zoom video to process on CUCC-AV2 system
Turn off Projectors/ Rear TV/ Lobby TV and put away mics in A/V closet.

Goodbye (Note: Goodbye slide will Advance after 5 seconds)

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Liturgy by Rev. Elane O'Rourke, DMin.

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #A-726183 and/or from CCLI with streaming license #20130793. All rights reserved.

Unless otherwise noted, the New Revised Standard Version of biblical translation is used.