This Sunday at Lakeshore

Sunday Worship (African American History Month) – February 7

Carolyn Matthews

February 6, 2021

“Real education means to inspire people to live more abundantly to learn to live with life as they find it and make it better.” Carter G. Woodson
“Somehow we’ve weathered and witnessed/a nation that isn’t broken/but simply unfinished.” From, “The Hill We Climb,” Amanda Gorman

Opening – Jesus
Prelude – “I Am Thine, O Lord” – Arr. Monte Thomas -Stan
Welcome – Cameron and Philip
Lord’s Prayer
Passing of the Peace (breakout rooms)
Opening Hymn – Lift Every Voice and Sing
Children’s Story – Jesse
Hymn – Bless that Wonderful Name of Jesus
Scripture Reading –Deuteronomy 6:4-9
Anthem – Order My Steps
Sermon -“Restoring the Missing Pieces”
Pastoral Prayer – Pastor Allison
Communion Gathering Song – Lamb of God
Communion Worship – Min. Sandra
Farewell – Pastor Jim
Closing Hymn – Go in Peace
Benediction – Pastor Jim
Postlude –His Eye is On theSparrow”  SPARROW, Arranged by Carl Haywood – Stan

Follows worship at 11:45 AM

Today’s forum will take place at 2:00 PM. Declan Brown will lead a discussion of the book, Caste, by Isabel Wilkerson.