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Sunday | January 15, 2017

Welcome! We’re Glad You’re Here!


Welcome! WE’RE GLAD YOU’RE HERE! Thank you for registering your attendance. Please pass the attendance folder along your pew. New guests will learn more about us in our “New Here” brochure in the attendance folder and find a gift just for you at the Welcome Center.

CONNECT HERE To find your way of connecting with classes or small groups at St. Luke’s, stop by our Connect Here booths this morning in the Gathering Area outside of the Sanctuary or in the West Passage outside of Robertson Chapel.

PRAYER CONCERNS Share prayer concerns on the prayer cards in your pew pockets and place them in the offering plate – or find the “Prayer Request” link at stlukesumc.com. Pastors are available for prayer following each worship service.

CARING FOR ST. LUKE’S If you are hospitalized, we want to know and care for you. Please call Laura Marine at 317-846-3404 or send an email to stlukescares@stlukesumc.com.

PARENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN We provide childcare and Sunday School for newborns through 4th-grade children. Register all children in the East Passage. Activity kits are at the Welcome Center for children who remain in worship. Room 126 is equipped for nursing moms, including live streaming of worship.

YOUNG ADULTS Join us for coffee and cookies outside Robertson Chapel following the 9:30 & 11AM Contemporary services.

YOUTH PROGRAMMING 5th - 6th Grade – 9:30 & 11AM @ The Modge 7th - 12th Grade – 9:30AM @ Luke’s Lodge; Worship and hang out. Come early for games. Find more at stlukesumc.com/connect/youth

LEARN MORE Pick up a copy of our winter/spring Ministry Catalog, visit stlukesumc.com or subscribe to our e-newsletters for more information.

Worship Order Sunday, January 15, 2017 PRELUDE

How Firm a Foundation | arr. Camp Kirkland No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus | arr. Camp Kirkland St. Luke’s Orchestra; Robert Zehr, Director (9:30 & 11AM)

GATHERING * WELCOME AND GREETING

Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson Leader: Let us speak of mercy and justice. People: For these are the things suitable for our God. Leader: Let us follow the ways of mercy and justice, for they are the ways of peace and community. People: Let us lift up our hearts in conviction and our voices in commitment and praise to the Lord of peace and the God of justice; the hope and healing of humanity.

* HYMN

O God of Every Nation | No. 435, Sung to AURELIA

* AFFIRMATION OF FAITH

A Statement of Faith of the Korean Methodist Church, adpt. Leader: Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is the one true church, apostolic and universal, whose holy faith let us now declare:

All: We believe in the one God, maker and ruler of all things, the source of all goodness and beauty, all truth and love.

We believe in Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, our teacher, example, and Redeemer, the Savior of the world.

We believe in the Holy Spirit, God present with us for guidance, for comfort, and for strength.

We believe in the forgiveness of sins, in the life of love and prayer, and in grace equal to every need. We believe in the Word of God contained in the Old and New Testaments as the sufficient rule both of faith and of practice.

We believe in the Church as the fellowship, for worship and for service, of all who are united to the living Lord.

We believe in the kingdom of God as the divine rule in human society, in the final triumph of righteousness, and in the life everlasting. Amen.


* GLORY TO GOD * GREETING ONE ANOTHER

ANTHEM

The Dream of Martin Luther King | Merle Gartrell MaryEllen St. Angelo, Vocalist; Children’s Choir (8:15AM) Beautiful River | arr. John Rutter Chancel Choir; Orchestra (9:30 & 11AM)

Joys & Concerns

PREPARATION FOR PRAYER

The family of Phyllis Newkirk

To Know You More | Words on Screen

Dick and Carol Tully on the death of her mother, Shirley Eck

PASTORAL PRAYER & THE LORD’S PRAYER

Steve and LeeAnn Lankton on the death of his mother, Carol Risk Lankton

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 trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for thine is the kingdom, and the power and the glory forever. Amen.

Jacob Leonetti and Madoka Morimoto on their wedding January 7

COMMUNION ELEMENTS are available in the Prayer

OFFERTORY

Chapel between services.

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PRAISE TO GOD

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PRAYER OF DEDICATION SCRIPTURE LESSON | Daniel 7:1, 11-14 Marti Hunsucker(8:15AM) Leanne Jackson (9:30AM) Kurt Schoch (11AM)

MESSAGE | The Power of a Dream Rev. Rob Fuquay (8:15 & 9:30AM) Rev. David Williamson (11AM) CLOSING SONG OF PRAISE

Be Thou My Vision | No. 451 *

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

ANNOUNCEMENTS No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus | arr. Camp Kirkland; St. Luke’s Orchestra (8:15AM) Fairest Lord Jesus | Derek Hakes Chancel Choir (9:30 & 11AM)

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CONDOLENCES TO:

CONTEMPLATIVE TAIZÉ SERVICE 5PM • TODAY • Robertson Chapel

CONTACT US 100 West 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46260 stlukesumc.com • 317-846-3404 info@stlukesumc.com

Rev. Rob Fuquay Rev. Eric Burton-Krieger Rev. Kim King Rev. David Williamson Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson

BENEDICTION POSTLUDE

How Firm a Foundation | arr. Camp Kirkland St. Luke’s Orchestra

* standing, as able


Announcements

DEPRESSION SUPPORT GROUP | Mondays, January

In honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday tomorrow, the building will be closed. No regularly scheduled events will be held.

23 – February 27 • 6:30-8PM • E207 Meet with the same small group and get information about helpful depression resources. Give & receive encouragement and hope. Led by someone who has experienced depression, Jacquie Reed. Contact her at jreed46038@hotmail.com.

NEW CLASSES STARTING

CHILI AND MAC & CHEESE COOK-OFF | January

BUILDING CLOSURE

Several new classes began last week that you can still join! 1) Christianity’s Family Tree meets at 9:30 & 11AM in the Great Hall. 2) If you have been unable to take the New Testament portion of Disciple 1, 2, 3 or 4, you can join a class starting this week. For time and day options, stop by the Connect Here booth today. 3) Making Changes Stick classes and small groups are also beginning and information is available at the Connect Here booths or online at stlukesumc.com.

29 • 10AM-1:30PM • Great Hall The Children’s Choirs will be sponsoring the best of St. Luke’s chefs! Bring a crockpot of your secret recipe or come taste all the entries! This fundraiser ($5 per person, $20 maximum per family) will provide a wonderfully warm Sunday and rumor has it that there will be serenading! Gluten-free and vegetarian options available. Tickets are available today in the East and West Passages.

ARTISTS RECEPTION | Today • East Balcony

YOUTH PIZZAS FOR SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

Today’s reception celebrates the work of Global Interfaith Partnership, one of our Outreach partners. GIP is the united effort of congregations, schools and Indiana families to respond to needs in Chulaimbo, Kenya. Their focus is on keeping children in school, especially in child-headed households, through a lunch program and providing girls with hygiene products.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE | Wednesdays • 5:30-7:45PM WNL has started again, with dinner in the Great Hall at 5:30PM (no charge – but a free-will offering is appreciated). After dinner, adults head to a class while children enjoy choir at 6:15PM. A full listing of classes can be seen at stlukesumc. com, in the new Ministry Catalog or stop by the Connect Here stations this morning for more information!

BOOKSTORE VOLUNTEERS | January 18, 10AM or January 22, 12:30PM • Connections Bookstore We are building a new team of people with many different gifts for the bookstore. A variety of roles are available with different time commitments. Join us at an informational kick-off party! Seeking help with: Inventory Manager/Buyer, Graphic Designer, Displays Designer, Sunday Morning and Special Events Volunteers, Organizers and Display Managers. Contact Kelly Witte at wittek@stlukesumc.com for information. BLOOD DRIVE | January 22 • 9AM-1PM • Great Hall Indianapolis is at a critically low supply of blood for area hospitals. Please give! ANIMATE BIBLE STUDY FOR 20s & 30s | January 22 • 12:30-2PM • The Rusty Bucket Join us monthly for a time of digging into the Bible together over lunch. No prep; no homework; just space for questions and discovering how this ancient book matters to our lives today!

Take care of your Super Bowl Sunday dinner with pizza from this youth fundraiser! Pizzas can be ordered today in the West Passage and picked up Feb. 5. At $10 per pizza, you may need a couple!

EXPLORING MEMBERSHIP | January 29 • 12:15-3:15PM • Luke’s Lodge Hear the story of St. Luke’s and discuss what it means to be a member of this local congregation. Learn the process for formally joining St. Luke’s. Childcare available upon request. Register at stlukesumc.com

ST. OLAF CHOIR CONCERT | January 30 • 7:30PM • Sanctuary This renowned choir has set the standard for a cappella choral excellence since its founding in 1912. Incorporating a diversity of voices and cultural traditions, this ensemble is bringing its artistry to St. Luke’s on its 2017 tour. Tickets are available online at stolaf.edu/tickets or by calling 800363-5487. SUMMER SPLASH (VBS) | June 12 - 16 • 9AM-12PM We’re excited to kick off “Maker Fun Factory” & discover that we were created by God & built for a purpose! With fun worship, games and engaging Bible stories & cool gadgets, we’re prepping for the best week of the year! Registration begins today at stlukesumc.com. $25 per child/$75 max per family before 5/29.

YOUTH MISSION TRIP – SAVE THE DATE July 9-14 We are heading to the Appalachian Mountains on this year’s domestic youth mission trip to partner with local organizations and meet ongoing needs in Lincoln County, West Virginia. Cost: Students - $500, adults - $300. For more information, contact Heather Campbell at campbellh@ stlukesumc.com.

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