Order of Service, November 20, 2022


On Resurrection Day, two followers of Jesus left Jerusalem and walked to the little town of Emmaus. On the way, they aired their discouragement, frustration, and confusion caused by the death of Jesus. But then, the Lord Jesus, incognito, joined them on their journey. He confronted their lack of faith and proceeded to show them how the Scriptures taught the necessity of his cross. His point was that his suffering and death were the necessary prelude to the promised Kingdom.

Hymns in the worship service welcome the risen, glorified Christ and anticipate his coming Kingdom.



Call to Worship:     Job 19:25-26



Hymn 533 (TUNE: TULON)      I Greet Thee, Who My Sure Redeemer Art

Worship through Giving

Hymn Insert       Priest and Victim, Jesus Dies

Scripture Reading     2 Samuel 7:12-17, 25-29

Pastoral Prayer

Hymn Insert (1-4, 7)       The King Shall Come

Message:  The Prelude to the Kingdom
Luke 24:13-27
Pastor Steven Thomas


Hymn  51      Jesus Shall Reign

Prayer Response:      John Miles

Benediction:      John Miles