Monthly Archives: February 2021

Worship February 28, 2021; The Second Sunday in Lent

THE GATHERING Gathering Music: #452 “Open the Eyes of My Heart” ~ Pastor Scott Welcome and Announcements Correction to last week’s bulletin: The poem “The Bright Field” was by R.S. Thomas, quoted by Malcom Guite Bible Study on today’s Gospel … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021

GATHERING Gathering Music/Prelude Hymn #187 “Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us” CALL TO WORSHIP Let us worship God: God sent Christ into the world
 not to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him. God’s love … Continue reading

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Worship February 21, 2021 First Sunday in Lent

THE GATHERING          Gathering Music: “Step by Step” Campfire Songbook p.35                      Welcome and Announcements: Wednesday night I posted and recorded an Ash Wednesday service which can be found by following this link for a self-guided worship experience, or … Continue reading

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Worship on St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021; The Transfiguration of the Lord, Year B

THE GATHERING          Gathering Music “Blessed Be the Lord” Campfire Songbook p. 15 Welcome and Announcements     Zoom Bible Study for Presbyterian Women – through Corvallis FPC Sarah Circle Prelude: “I Hear Thy Welcome Voice” by John Purifoy Call to Worship … Continue reading

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Worship with Communion Sunday February 7, 2021; The Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

THE GATHERING Gathering Music: “Peace Like a River” Campfire Songbook p. 16 Welcome and Announcements Prelude: “Eat This Bread and Never Hunger” by Daniel Charles Damon  Call to Worship  Sing to the Lord a new song; Sing to the Lord, … Continue reading

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