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PALM SUNDAY APRIL 13, 2014


Welcome to Cityview Presbyterian Church

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To Our Guests: Visiting a church can be an intimidating experience. We are glad that you are here, and we hope to remove as much of that awkwardness as we can from your visit to Cityview. Our worship service usually lasts about 90 minutes. This worship guide will help you navigate the service. There are short paragraphs on the next page to explain each part of the service. The service is designed to be accessible to you, whether you’ve spent years in the church or you’ve never been to a church service in your life. During the service, we will try to help you understand how the message of Jesus can apply to your life today. If you are new to Cityview or just visiting, we would love to know that you were here. The Connection Cards, which can be found in this bulletin, are a place for you to let us know whatever information you might want us to know, and to request any information from us that you might need. You may put this in the offering when it is passed at the end of the service. Pastor Dan Adamson (dadamson@cityviewchicago.org) is always enthusiastic to meet you in person, as well.

For Children: Children of all ages are welcome in the worship service. Nursery is provided during the service for children 2 years of age and younger.

Community Life: After the Service Each week, we linger for fellowship with one another. Please join us for refreshments in the cafeteria. Community Groups Community Groups are the primary way to get to know people at Cityview. At a Community Group, you will be invited to deepen your spiritual involvement with others. You will find a weekly opportunity to study the scripture passage for the upcoming week’s sermon and pray together. We welcome new members throughout the year. When & Where Monday / 7:30 PM Nick Lake - nickjlake@gmail.com 2455 West Ohio, Unit 16W Thursday / 7:00 PM Malissa Mackey - malissa.mackey@cru.org 180 N Jefferson St. Apt. 1202 Saturday / 10:00 AM Jon Zee & Christina Jenq jonathan.zee2@gmail.com christina.jenq@gmail.com 737 West Washington Blvd. #2002

Children ages three through 5th grade are given the choice of attending Sunday school classes beginning during the greeting portion of the service.

All songs used by permission CCLI License #11041992

If you have any questions about children’s ministry at Cityivew, please contact Interim Children’s Ministry Coordinator Lynda Adamson (lyndabadamson@gmail.com).

Scripture reprinted from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission.

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The Liturgy Preparing in Stillness

We often come into worship tired, overwhelmed and distracted. If we are honest we are not prepared to worship God. Each week, we take a few moments to quiet our hearts to prepare to meet God in worship. Please take this time to read the reflections, look over the rest of the service or pray as we anticipate being called into worship.

Call to Worship

We need to be “called” to come and worship God because we default to thinking the world revolves around our needs and agendas- and also because we struggle to believe that God truly wants us to draw near to him. The call to worship focuses our attention on God and prepares us to meet him.

Confession of Sin

Because sin is so pervasive in both our individual and corporate lives, we are called to come before God with honesty and transparency, confessing our failures and brokenness and asking for both healing and forgiveness through Jesus Christ. We confess corporately to show our unity even in our brokenness.

Assurance of Grace

Christ has given the Church authority to declare forgiveness of sins in his name. Because of this, when the liturgist proclaims that your sins are forgiven, you can know that Christ agrees.

The Sermon

Some view the sermon as a way to get principles for “right” living. In reality, as we open the Scripture we corporately encounter Christ. Therefore, as you listen, pray to be open to the Spirit’s leading, exhortation, encouragement, and healing.

Communion

Communion, also called the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist, is the family meal for Christians. We welcome all Christians - those who look to Christ alone for salvation, who are in good standing with his church, and who seek strength to live more faithfully to their Savior - to join in this sacrament.

Worship Through Giving

Because money is so powerfully tied to our hearts, this is a valuable expression of worship as we acknowledge that everything we have comes from God and belongs to him. If you are visiting with us, we are glad you are here- please do not feel obligated to give.

The Benediction

God always gets the last word in our encounter of worship. For Christians, it is always a word of blessing and sending to live our lives in the light of the reality of the Gospel of Christ.

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ORDER OF WORSHIP As we arrive at Jerusalem with Jesus, the question presses upon us. Are we going along for the trip in the hope that Jesus will fulfill some of our hopes and desires? Are we ready to sing a psalm of praise, but only as long as Jesus seems to be doing what we want? The long and dusty pilgrim way of our lives gives most of us plenty of time to sort out our motives for following Jesus in the first place. Are we ready not only to spread our cloaks on the road in front of him, to do the showy and flamboyant thing, but also now to follow him into trouble, controversy, trial and death? - N.T. Wright I find that Holy Week is draining; no matter how many times I have lived through his crucifixion, my anxiety about his resurrection is undiminished – I am terrified that, this year, it won’t happen; that, that year, it didn’t. Anyone can be sentimental about the Nativity; any fool can feel like a Christian at Christmas. But Easter is the main event; if you don’t believe in the resurrection, you’re not a believer. - John Irving

Call to Worship — based on John 12:12-15 The next day the large crowd that had come to the Passover feast heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem. So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!” And Jesus found a young donkey and sat on it, just as it is written, “Fear not, daughter of Zion; behold, your king is coming, sitting on a donkey’s colt!” Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!

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Prayer of Adoration O Lord Jesus Christ, on this day the palms were laid at your feet and you received the worship of those who hailed you as their King. Accept our praise and adoration, our worship and love; grant that we, who now confess you with our lips, may never fail to give you the service of our lives, for you live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen. Amen.

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O King of Glory, we confess that our praise of your majesty has often been faint; our performance as citizens of your kingdom has been treasonous. For we have surrendered to the enemy by our secret and our known sins. For our treason you died, Lord Jesus. For our restoration you rose again. Draw us closer to you in this holy week, that our eyes may catch the vision of your kingdom, Public Domain and our hearts, the wonder of your grace. Public Domain By the Holy Spirit’s continuing discipline, Public Domain let us be loyal and loving servants of the King. Praise be to you, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. 7

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Assurance of Grace — based on 1 Peter 2:24 He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that, free from sins, we might live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed.

Thanks be to God!

Brothers and Sisters, you have heard God’s holy demands and have confessed your sins to him. Do you believe that Jesus Christ, by his perfect life, sacrificial death, and glorious resurrection has atoned for your sins and satisfied the wrath of God for you?

We do.

The Lord’s Prayer Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.

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Beneath the Cross of Jesus Words by Elizabeth C Clephane

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Passing of the Peace - from John 13:34 Hear the teaching of Christ: “A new command I give you, that you love one another as I have loved you.” The peace of Christ be with you all. And also with you!

Opportunities and Concerns

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Sermon — A Matter of the Heart Rev. Ted Powers

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God Strengthens Us Confession of Faith — The Apostles’ Creed Christian, what do you believe? I believe in God, the Father Almighty, the Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried; He descended into hell. The third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from there He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Ghost; the holy catholic church; the communion of saints; the forgiveness of sins; the resurrection of the body; and the life everlasting. Amen.

Invitation to the Lord’s Table Prayer of Thanksgiving and Consecration The Lord be with you. And also with you. Lift up your hearts.

Sanctus Sanctus Sanctus It is right to give him thanks and praise. We lift them up to the Lord.

Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.

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Words of Institution We break bread in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and proclaim the mystery of the faith: Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again. Christ our Passover has been sacrificed for us; Therefore, let us keep the feast.

Distribution of the Bread and the Cup Prayers for Reflection Prayer for those searching for truth Lord Jesus, you claim to be the way, the truth, and the life. As I consider the reasons for doing so, grant that I might be undaunted by the cost of following you. If what you claim is true, please guide me, teach me, and open to me the reality of who you are. Give me an understanding of you that is coherent, convincing, and that leads to the life that you promise. Amen.

Prayer for those struggling with sin Lord Jesus, grant that I may see in you the fulfillment of all my need, and may turn from every false satisfaction to feed on you, the true and living bread. Enable me to lay aside the sin that clings so closely, and faithfully follow you in life. Amen. Prayer of commitment Lord Jesus, you have called us to follow you in baptism and in a life of committed discipleship in your church. Grant that I may take the necessary steps to be one with your people, and live in the fullness of your Spirit. Amen.

Prayer of belief Lord Jesus, I admit that I am weaker and more sinful than I ever before believed, but through you I am more loved and accepted than I ever dared hope. I thank you for paying my debt, bearing my punishment on the cross, and offering forgiveness and new life. Knowing that you have been raised from the dead, I turn from my sins and receive you as Savior and Lord. Amen.

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Benediction Dismissal

Let us go forth to serve the world as those who love our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thanks be to God!

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Around Cityview

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GATHERINGS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

SERVING THIS WEEK

NO EVENING PRAYER TONIGHT

Sound Joel Avila Greeters Drew Lanphear and Jim Richardson Snacks Carolyn Koonce Nursery Jason Clark Sunday School Carolyn Koonce

There will be no Evening Prayer tonight.

GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER

Join us at Merit, Friday, April 18th at 7pm, for a Good Friday service. Childcare will be provided. We will celebrate Easter, Sunday, April 20th at 10 am, followed by lunch together at the Sky Club (901 West Madison). A main dish of ham will be provided - please bring a dish and drinks to share. If you have folding chairs, please bring those as well.

LADIES’ BRUNCH - APRIL 26, 10AM

Join the ladies of Cityview for a relaxed time of food, discussion, and prayer at Lauren’s home (2130 W. Chicago Avenue, Apt 2R). Contact Lauren Mathues for details.

SERVING NEXT WEEK Sound Danny Sammudio Greeters Nate & Sarah Brown Snacks Easter Lunch Nursery Nate Brown Sunday School Lynda Adamson

CONTACTS Dan Adamson, Pastor dadamson@cityviewchicago.org Margaret McCarthy, Administrative Coordinator margmccarthy@gmail.com Herb Bowsher, Financial Administrator bowsher@comcast.net Lynda Adamson, Interim Children’s Ministry Coordinator lyndabadamson@gmail.com Paul-David Young, Music Coordinator pauldavidy@gmail.com Bonnie Beach, Communications Coordinator bonnie.e.beach@gmail.com

CONGREGATIONAL GIVING* FEB 2014

Newer to Cityview? Go out to eat with a small group of regular attenders for lunch after the Sunday service. Today’s hosts are Paul Leo and Un-Young Whang. Sign up for weekly emails at cityviewchicago.org

Actual Monthly Giving

$ 13,057

Budgeted Monthly Giving

$ 12,250

Difference

$ +807

Actual YTD Giving

$ 22,888

Budgeted YTD Giving

$ 24,500

Difference

$ -1,612

*In addition to congregational giving, 25% of our overall operating budget is currently comprised of financial support from other churches and individuals. Our budgeted congregational giving represents 75% of the overall operating budget.


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