Sunday Worship, 6th November 2022. Order of Service.
Order of Service
6th November 2022
22ND Sunday after pentecost
This morning Service will be led by Revd John Stevenson
Entry of God’s Word
(Please stand if you are able)
Welcome and Intimations
Call to Worship
Hymn: CH4 52 How lovely is thy dwelling place
Prayer of Approach
Hymn: CH4 63 All people that on earth do dwell
(Tune: Old 100th)
Haggai 1: 15b – 2: 9 Revd. John Stevenson
Luke 20: 27 – 38 Kay Blair
Hymn: CH4 35 O send thy light forth and thy truth
Sermon: “Take Courage”
Offering and Prayer of dedication
Hymn: CH4 19 Ye gates lift up your heads on high
(Tune: St. George’s Edinburgh)
Sacrament of Holy Communion
Hymn: CH4 396 And can it be that I should gain
Declaration of the faith: The Apostles’ Creed
I believe in God, the Father almighty,
creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord,
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit
and born of the Virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died, and was buried;
he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead.
He ascended to heaven
and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy catholic Church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sin the resurrection of the body,
and the life everlasting. Amen.
INTIMATIONS SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER (Communion Sunday)
A warm welcome is extended to all joining us for our Communion Service today.
A special warm welcome to Revd John Stevenson
Tea and coffee will be served in Hamilton Hall after the service.
The service this morning will be recorded for the Church Website and YouTube.
Our Girls Brigade will meet tomorrow night in Rorison
Our Guild will meet on Wednesday in Rorison at 7.15pm when the speaker will be from Crossreach and there will be a sales table.
Next Sunday will be Remembrance Sunday. There will be a service at the Cenotaph in Netherburn at 10.30am and then at Ashgill Cenotaph at 11am
Both services will be conducted by Revd John Stevenson.There will then be a service here in Dalserf at 11.30am conducted by Revd David Doyle.
There will be a retiring offering today after the service and again next Sunday for Poppy Scotland and RAF Benevolent Fund
SHOE BOX APPEAL If you did not manage to bring your shoe box to the Church today. Please bring it to Rorison this coming Wednesday at 12noon for transport to Falkirk.
The Flowers this week were gifted by Mrs Senga Donegan
The Flowers next week will be gifted by Mrs Linda Marshall
Please continue to pray for those people on the prayer list
Rita and Sommerville, John Grove, Mary Grove, Forbes Gillespie, George Gillespie, Norval Toryusen, Anne Brown, Willie Miller, Colin and Marion McAllister, David Wells, Jean McMillan, Chanti Raju Karini, Nicholas Gauld.
Esther Armstrong’s funeral will take place in St Machans Church in Larkhall this Friday at 10.00am. Please keep her husband David and the family in your thoughts and prayers.
CHRISTMAS LUNCH Members of the Guild and Focus Group going to Garrion Bridges for lunch on 14th December should pay their £10.00 deposit by the next meeting of either group.
GUILD CHRISTMAS FAYRE This will take place in Hamilton Hall on Saturday 26th November from 11,30am – 3pm. Teas will be served and there will be the usual stalls. If you are able to contribute to any of the stalls, please get in touch with the President Kay Blair or any Guild member.
CHRISTMAS GIFT SERVICE Gifts for this should be in the Church by Sunday 27th November or at Rorison by Tuesday 29th November at 11,30am for collection by the Social Work Department. Please place your gift in a bag and label boy/girl and age suitable.
NURSING HOME VISIT We are proposing to return to visiting our local Nursing Homes. Our first visit will be to Clinton House on Friday 9th December for a Carol Service at 1.30pm. These visits bring a lot of pleasure to the residents, so we would ask you to consider giving up an hour of your time on this date to come and put a smile on these elderly people’s faces.