This Sunday at Lakeshore

Sunday Worship – July 12

Jim Hopkins

July 11, 2020

“We must live for the love of what we may never see.” Ruben Alves, Brazilian Theologian

Welcome – Carolyn
Prelude – “Prelude; Sonata in Sea: Cape Cod James Woodman (b. 1957) I: Barnstable” Stan
Opening Prayer – Dale E.
Lords Prayer – Dale E.
Hymn – “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”
Children’s Time – Firefighter Chad
Anthem – “As The Deer” LABC Ensemble
Scripture – I Corinthians 3: 5-9, Kendall Harris
Sermon – One Great Hour of Sharing
Hymn – “Lord Whose Love Through Humble Service”
Pastoral Prayer – Ally
Hymn – “This Is the Day”
Closing – Sandra
Benediction – Sandra
Postlude – “Sonata in Sea: Cape Cod III; Provincetown” Stan
Good Byes

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American Baptists World Mission Conference

Peace Fellowship Annual Summer Conference

Two summer events that have become important to American Baptists will be available to more people than usual as Virtual Events.

The World Mission Conference, usually held at Green Lake, will be online for all from 3:00-3:30PM Pacific Time on July 14, 16, 21, 23, and 28. Presentations will address our international efforts in health assessments, issues in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in starvation and maternal and child mortality; programs of Thailand’s New Life Center; and support endeavors with the Baptists of India. Representatives of these programs will tell of their work.

A Regional Peace Conference on July 25 (2:00 PM Pacific Time) via the Internet will take the place of the annual peace gathering of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, earlier planned for San Diego. Keynote speaker will be Luis N. Rivera Pagán, from Puerto Rico, obtained a doctorate in philosophy, with a concentration in religious studies, from Yale University (1970) and did postdoctoral studies at the University of Tübingen (Germany). He is a retired professor at the University of Puerto Rico, professor emeritus at Princeton Theological Seminary and professor emeritus at the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico. Luis has a deep passion for peace and justice that has led him to embody the theology he writes, making himself present in multiple spaces of protest and solidarity. For registration and more information: