This Sunday at Lakeshore

Sunday Worship – July 26

Allison Tanner

July 25, 2020

When earth doesn’t look like heaven, the parables give us courage to keep expecting, waiting and working for God’s Kin-dom.

Pastor Allison

…the human being is constituted by the nobility and the courage of his dreams, of his utopian aspirations. For this reason, I have always preferred Utopia, by Tomás Moro, to El príncipe, by Nicolás Maquiavelo, both texts written at the birth of Western modernity. In the face of the deadly pragmatism of the royalists forged in Machiavelli, Hobbes and Clausewitz, on the one hand, and the apocalyptic atrocities of warlike fundamentalisms, on the other; isn’t it preferable to dream of the passionately erotic moment in which “justice and peace kiss each other”, as the biblical psalm says (Psalm 86:10)?

Dr. Luis N. Rivera Pagán

Welcome – Allison

Prelude – “Voluntary #5 in d-minor” (Adagio) John Stanley – played by Stan

Opening Prayer and Lord’s Prayer – Carolyn

Hymn – Walk Together Children

Children’s Story – Allison

Anthem – Ain’t Got Time To Die – Voices of Lakeshore

Scripture – Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 – read by Evan Wilkinson

Sermon – Seeking God’s Kin-dom

Hymn – Seek Ye First

Pastoral Prayer – Sandra

Hymn – Let There Be Peace on Earth

Farewell and Benediction – Carolyn

Postlude – Voluntary #5 in d-minor (Allegretto) John Stanley – played by Stan

Good Byes

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