A life that can stand up to anything.
The Heart Always Wins Matthew 5:8, 20-26
SANCTUARY WORSHIP September 29, 2013 | 8:45, 10:00 and 11:15 AM Services
Assemble in God’s Name Prelude *Congregational Introit
Christ is Made the Sure Foundation *Prayer of Adoration
GIVE PRAISE TO GOD **Hymn of Praise
O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing - #141 Lighting of the Candles Placement of the Bible Prayer of Confession Merciful God, we acknowledge today that our hearts are deceptive and we do not fully know what lies within us. We are capable of living with anger and masking it with a smile. We can hide our bitterness while also feeding it with our thoughts and memories. We ask for your grace to make us whole so that who we truly are will be what others see. Give us your very heart by the power of your Spirit as we make our silent confessions . . . Assurance of God’s Forgiveness
Pastoral Prayer and 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 forever. Amen. Offering Our Gifts
I’d Rather Have Jesus I’d rather have Jesus than silver or gold; I’d rather be His than have riches untold; I’d rather have Jesus than houses or lands; I’d rather be true to His nail-pierced hand Than to be the king of a vast domain, And be held in sin’s dread sway; I’d rather have Jesus than anything This world affords today.
I’d rather have Jesus than men’s applause; I’d rather be faithful to His dear cause; I’d rather have Jesus than worldwide fame; I’d rather be true to His holy name. Than to be the king of a vast domain, And be held in sin’s dread sway; I’d rather have Jesus than anything This world affords today.
My Hope is Built on Nothing Less - #368 My hope is built on nothing less Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness. I dare not trust the sweetest frame, But wholly lean on Jesus’ Name.
Listen to God’s Word
On Christ the solid Rock I stand, All other ground is sinking sand; All other ground is sinking sand.
Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow - #544
Rock: A Life That Can Stand Up to Anything The Heart Always Wins............................................Vic Pentz Matthew 5:8, 20-26.............................Pew Bible, page 1502
**Life of the Congregation
*Those who are able, please stand. ** Ushers will seat latecomers at this time. If your young child needs attention during worship, live broadcasts of the service are available in The Williams Center, and the Mothers and Infants Room off of the Williams Center.
Discover how to embrace the message of Jesus to such an extent that we live in his heavenly reality day by day.
TODAY IN WORSHIP
GO IN GODâ€™S NAME *Hymn of Response
Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart - #407 *Invitation and Benediction *Postlude
LEADING THE WORSHIP Vic Pentz, senior pastor - 8:45 AM Jay Madden, pastor for mission Vicki Harrington Franch, pastor for pastoral care Vic Pentz, senior pastor - 10:00 AM Marnie Crumpler, executive pastor Mark Crumpler, pastor for teaching and spiritual formation Vic Pentz, senior pastor - 11:15 AM Chuck Roberts, pastor for congregational life Steve Huntley, pastor for grand adults
Leading the music The Chancel Choir Nicholas Bowden, principal organist Andy Bayles, piano Stephen McCluskey, soloist LIGHTING THE CANDLES - 8:45 & 10:00 Kate Moore & Terry Moore Lindsay Little & Makayla Kontz ELDERS PLACING THE BIBLE - 8:45, 10:00 & 11:15 Sally Hinkle William Hull Billy Holley
ELDER PROFILES Today we ordain and install the 2016 Class of Peachtree Elders. This group of 20 new leaders will serve a three year term as part of our 60-member Session. Three elders tell their stories in worship. June Adkinson, Vic Bell, John Chambliss, Teresa Cross, Roy Dickson, Bill Gray, Rick Haughey, Ryan Irvine, Joe King, Laura Little, Margaret Long, Margaret McAskill, Keene Reese, David Robertson, Bill Schaeffer, Mary Ellen Snodgrass, Beth Stevens, Wendy Turner, Emily Veazey, Howard Young Special thanks to the outgoing class of elders: Doug Armistead, Rick Armstrong, Jennifer Batka, Bill Clineburg, Jim Crawford, James Cross, Beth Figaretti, Bill Gaston, Joanne Joiner, Reuben Lasseter, Steve Martin, Sylvia Ratchford, Linda Schaeffer, Bill Serravezza, Jo Shippen, Sheldon Staples, Jim Swink, Branston Williams, Will Wray, Becky Young
MILESTONES BIRTHS Laura & Charles Baxter Boy: Brady Price, 9/13 Grandparents: Fran & Charles Baxter Linda & James Grubka Great Grandmother: Virginia Baxter
IN THE HOSPITAL Northside Greta Labus Randy Nicholson Carol Hughes
MEMBER DEATH Polley Cress, 9/23 Grandmother of Shep Lawrence & Julie Bellem and Great Grandmother of Caitlin & Caroline Lawrence and Adeline & Harris Bellem
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SEED PACKING EVENT | OCTOBER 4-6
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This year we will join together to provide seeds for thousands of family and community gardens in Malawi and Liberia. Each garden will feed six to eight people for an entire year, plus give seeds for the next planting season. Register online now at: peachtreepres.org/sprout
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Dr. Doug McConnell *Please fold and drop in the offering basket
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Provost and Senior Vice President Professor of Leadership and Intercultural Studies Fuller Theological Seminary
LIVING MISSIONALLY Oct. 15th, 6:30 - 8:30pm at Peachtree - Room 2315 Dr. Doug McConnell speaks about global and local missions and how we can live missionally. peachtreepres.org/livingmissionally
Published on Sep 26, 2013