DisciplesNet Worship #532: Proper 13 (D. Phelps 08.02.2020)

As Christians we are called to love our neighbor and Jesus makes it clear that “neighbor” means anyone we encounter, even those we find hardest to love and least likely to love us back. Rev. Dean Phelps, Interim Regional Minister of the Christian Church in Kentucky uses Jesus’ parable of the traveler and the Samaritan from Luke 10:25-37 to help us understand how to reach out in love to all those “others.”
Join us for 27 minutes of prayer, scripture, a number of favorite hymns, preaching as well as communion. You may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus’ invitation to “do this in remembrance of me.” If you would like to share with us at the table that goes beyond earthly boundaries of time, place, and structure, we ask that you prepare a piece of bread of some type and a drink such as grape juice, wine, or water. As we pray, our prayers extend to where you are. If you are unable to eat or drink, you may want to use a symbolic gesture or mental symbol as you come together at this table of remembrance with us.
(Scroll down for an Order of Worship)

We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from being part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table.

1. Opening music: – “On the Jericho Road” – Bev Heid
2. “What Does the Lord Require of You?” – DisciplesNet singers
3. Pastor’s Prayer with Lord’s Prayer: Pastor Anita
4. “Lord Make Us Instruments” – Southport Christian Church
5. Luke 10:25-37 read by Susan McNeely
6. “Jesu, Jesu” – DisciplesNet singers
7. Message: “Given the Choice” – Rev. Dean Phelps
— Interim Regional Minister, Christian Church in Kentucky
8. “More Love to Thee” – Dean Phelps
9. Communion: Pastor Deb
10. “Come Share the Lord” – DisciplesNet singers
11. Sending Out
— Credits – background music: – “On the Jericho Road” – Bev Heid

If you would like to chat with one of our pastors, including talking more about belief in God, becoming a Christian or following Christ, or living as a disciple of Christ, please email us at [email protected], or contact us using the contact information on our website, disciplesnet.org, or our Facebook page, DisciplesNet Church.

DisciplesNet Church is a not-for-profit church that exists to cross barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God’s redeeming love. We rely on the gifts of our online viewers as we continue to grow and extend our nets around the world.

We also extend the invitation for you to be part of the DisciplesNet ministry by giving a one-time gift, or ongoing, including a tithe. Even the smallest of gifts, like the mustard seed, has a way of growing in amazing ways to share God’s word and the love of Jesus Christ. We have a giving page on our website, disciplesnet.org, and email address: [email protected]

God bless you, and thank you for joining us!

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