Worship Bulletin - October 20, 2013


Fall is here, and Central Baptist continues to move through a season known as “Ordinary Time.” Despite the unassuming name, it’s far from dull. During this season the Church muses over some of the great themes of faith, and how they can impact the way we live our lives. Come and join us on this journey of discovery.


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Worship Order

Lord’s Day, October 20, 2013 - 10:30 AM Worship


Welcome and Announcements

Passing the Peace

Call to Worship - based on Psalm 27; John 4:23

Let us worship God, our light and our salvation. The Lord is the stronghold of our lives. We desire to live in God’s house and to seek God in his holy temple. We have come with shouts of joy, to sing and to make music to the Lord. Let us worship God in spirit and in truth. Teach us your ways and make straight our paths in this hour of worship and always. Praise the Lord. The Lord’s name be praised!

*Hymn of Praise - “Redeemed” - #356

Opening Prayer and Lord’s Prayer

Sharing of Joys and Concerns


Offertory - “Holy is the Lord”

*Song of Thanksgiving - “Doxology” - #815

Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Praise Him, all creatures here below. Praise Him above, ye heav’nly host. Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen

Gospel Reading - James 3:7-13 - #1303

*Hymn of Preparation - “People of God” - #427

Sermon - “Doing Good” - Pastor Wesley Allen

*Hymn of Invitation - “They’ll Know We are Christians” - #429



*If you are able, please stand


October Benevolence: World Mission Offering - The World Mission Offering is a vital source of support for the entire work of International Ministries, including the support of current missionaries and new missionary preparation efforts. Contributions will be used to glorify God in all the earth by crossing cultural boundaries to help people to come to faith in Jesus, grow in their relationship with God and change their worlds through the power of the Spirit. http://www.internationalministries.org

An Evening Seminar - The Oaklyn Baptist Church, along with the Oaklyn Civic Association, will be sponsoring a free lecture, entitled “The Moral Imperative of the Holocaust: Reflection and Resolution”, on October 23rd, 7pm. The evening seminar will be offered in two 45 minute sessions by Dr. Robert G. Roberts. All are welcome! Please see the bulletin board for more information.

Interfaith Hospitality Network - This Friday, 25 October. Cooks, servers, and overnighters needed. Training materials are available. Contact Amanda Boulton for information.

Fundraising Dinner! - Come join us on Wednesday, November 13 for a fun filled night at: Due Amici Italian Grill & Catering. Riverview Estates receives 20% of all sales on that night from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. to benefit the Benevolent Care Fund. Vouchers available at www.riverviewestates.org.