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Order of Worship
Sunday, July 2, 2023

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Leaders
Reverend Jacob Tipantasig-Wolverton
Senior Pastor
Deacon Sharon Rice, Minister of Discipleship
Amy Hollander, Worship Leader

Music provided by
The OnCenter Band
with Kyle Markwell, Director of OnCenter Music

Song

Welcome to the New

by Barry Graul, Bart Millard, Ben Glover, David Garcia, Mike Scheuchzer, Nathan Cochran & Robby Shaffer
arranged by Erik Fosters

Verse 1
Got to live right, just stay in line.
You’ve heard it all at least a million times.
And like me, you believed it.
They said it wasn’t works,
but trying harder wouldn’t hurt.
It sounds crazy now,
but back then you couldn’t see it.
But now here you are, eyes open wide.
It’s like you’re seeing grace in a
brand new light for the first time.

Chorus 1
Let us be the first to welcome you.
Welcome to the life you thought was too good to be true.
Welcome to the new.
Welcome to the, welcome to the new.

Verse 2
You broke your back, kept all the rules.
Jumped through the hoops to make God approve of you.
Oh, tell me, was it worth it?
The whole time you were spinning plates,
did you stop to think that maybe he is okay with just you?
There’s no need to join the circus.
But now here you are, a new point of view.
And now it all make sense, why it’s called the Good News!

Chorus 1

Bridge
Look at you, shiny and new.
Look at you, you got the proof of purchase.
You were purchased ’cause you’re worth it.
Look at you, finding your groove.
Don’t you dare think that you’re not worth it,
’cause you’re worth it. Yeah, you’re worth it.

Chorus 2
Let us be the first to welcome you.
Welcome to the life you thought was too good to be true.
Welcome to the new.
Welcome to the life you thought was too good to be true.
Welcome to the new. [2x]

Welcome & Greeting

with Pastor Jacob

Song

Love the Lord

by Lincoln Brewster

Verse 1 [2x]
Love the Lord, your God, with all your heart,
with all your soul, with all your mind
and with all your strength.

Chorus
With all your heart, with all your soul,
with all your mind, with all your strength.
Love the Lord, your God, with all your heart,
with all your soul, with all your mind
and with all your strength.

Verse 2 [2x]
I will serve you, Lord, with all my heart,
with all my soul, with all my mind
and with all my strength.

Chorus 2
With all my heart, with all my soul,
with all my mind, with all my strength.
I will serve you, Lord, with all my heart,
with all my soul, with all my mind
and with all my strength.

Bridge
I will love you. (I will love you.)
I will praise you. (I will praise you.)
I will serve you. (I will serve you.)
I will trust you. (I will trust you.)

Chorus 2

Song

Make Us One

by Chris Quilala, Ran Jackson,
Ricky Jackson, & Joshua Silverburg
arranged by Grant Wall

Verse 1
One with the Father, one with the Spirit,
one with the Son of God.
One with our sister, one with our brother,
one family by our love.

Chorus
Make us one. Make us one.
Your will be done. Make us one.

Verse 2
One heart with heaven, one mind connected,
one body unified.
Bind us together now and forever.
Jesus, be glorified!

Chorus 2
Make us one. Make us one.
Your will be done. Make us one.
Oh, make us one. Make us one.
Your will be done. Make us one.

Bridge
We confess all our offenses.
We confess we’ve been afraid.
We repent of all our pride.
Let all the hurt be washed away.
For all the wars and violence against our enemy.
Come heal our land with your great river.
Restore the family.

Chorus 3
And make us one. Make us one.
Your will be done. Make us one.

Chorus 4
Oh, make us one. Make us one.
Let your kingdom come. Make us one.
Oh, make us one.

Time for Young Disciples

with Deacon Sharon

Time of Prayer and Centering

with Pastor Jacob, (including a presentation by Evie Burke)

Loving Creator, we honor you, and we honor all that you have made. May we build your community here and now rather than waiting for it to come down from above. Give us what we need for today, and a hunger to see the whole world fed. Strengthen us for what lies ahead; heal us from the hurts of the past; give us courage to follow your call in this moment. For your love is the only power, the only home, the only honor we need, in this world and in the world to come. Amen.

Lord’s Prayer by Sarah Dylan Breuer

Next Steps

with Pastor Jacob

Song

Adoration

by Brenton Brown

Verse 1
We bow our hearts, we lift our hands,
we turn our eyes to you again;
and we surrender to the truth
that all we need is found in you.

Chorus
Receive our adoration, Jesus Lamb of God.
Receive our adoration; how wonderful you are.

Verse 2
We choose to leave it all behind,
and turn our eyes towards the prize:
the upward call of God in Christ.
You have our hearts, Lord, take our lives.

Chorus

Bridge
Ev’ry soul you’ve saved sings out,
everything you’ve made resounds;
all creation’s standing now,
lifting up your name.
We’re caught up in the angels’ song.
We’re gathered to your ancient throne,
children in our Father’s arms
shouting out your praise!

Chorus [2x]

Verse 2

Bridge

Scripture Reading

with Jim Morrow

Matthew 22:34-40

34 When the Pharisees heard that he had silenced the Sadducees, they gathered together, 35 and one of them, an expert in the law, asked him a question to test him. 36 “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” 37 He said to him, “ ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the greatest and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”

New Revised Standard Version, Updated Edition. Copyright © 2021 National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Used by permission. All rights reserved worldwide.n

Message

Living & Loving UPWARD

with Pastor Jacob

Communion

with Pastor Jacob & Deacon Sharon

Song

Honey in the Rock

by Brandon Lake, Brooke Ligterwood & Mitch Wong
arranged by Dan Galbraith

Intro
There’s honey in the rock,
water in the stone,
manna on the ground no matter where I go.
I don’t need to worry now that I know
ev’rything I need you’ve got.
There’s honey in the rock.

Verse 1
Praying for a miracle,
thirsty for the Living Well,
only you can satisfy.
Sweetness at the mercy seat,
now I’ve tasted,
it’s not hard to see.
Only you can satisfy.

Tag 1 [4x]
There’s honey in the rock.

Verse 2
Freedom where the Spirit is,
bounty in the wilderness.
You will always satisfy.

Chorus 1
There’s honey in the rock, water in the stone,
manna on the ground no matter where I go.
I don’t need to worry now that I know
ev’rything I need you’ve got.
There’s honey in the rock, purpose in your plan,
power in your love, healing in your hands.
Started flowing when you said it is done.
Ev’rything you did’s enough.

Bridge 1 [2x]
I keep looking, I keep finding.
You keep giving, keep providing.
I have all that I need. You are all that I need.
I keep praying, you keep moving.
I keep praising, you keep proving.
I have all that I need.
You are all that I need.

Tag 2
I have all that I need.
You are all that I need. Yeah.

Chorus 2
There’s honey in the rock, water in the stone,
manna on the ground no matter where I go.
I don’t need to worry now that I know
ev’rything I need you’ve got.
There’s honey in the rock, purpose in your plan,
power in your love, healing in your hands.
Started flowing when you said it is done.
Jesus, who you are’s enough.

Tag 3 [4x]
There’s honey in the rock.

End [3x]
Oh, how sweet, how sweet it is to trust in you, Jesus.

Final Thought & Blessing

with Pastor Jacob

Song

House of the Lord

by Jonathan Smith & Phil Wickham
arranged by Dan Galbraith 

Verse 1
We worship the God who was,
we worship the God who is.
We worship the God who evermore will be.
God opened the prison doors,
God parted the raging sea.
Our God, holds the victory, yeah.

Chorus 1
There’s joy in the house of the Lord.
There’s joy in the house of the Lord today,
and we won’t be quiet. We shout out your praise!
There’s joy in the house of the Lord.
Our God is surely in this place, and we won’t be quiet.
We shout out your praise!
Oh, oh, oh. [3x]

Verse 2
We sing to the God who heals,
we sing to the God who saves.
We sing to the God who always makes a way.
Cause he hung upon that cross,

then he rose up from that grave.
My God’s still rolling stones away.

Chorus 2
There’s joy in the house of the Lord.
There’s joy in the house of the Lord today,
and we won’t be quiet.
We shout out your praise!
There’s joy in the house of the Lord.
Our God is surely in this place, and we won’t be quiet.
We shout out your praise!

Bridge
We were the beggars, now we’re royalty.
We were the pris’ners, now we’re running free.
We are forgiven, accepted, redeemed by God’s grace.
Let the house of the Lord sing praise!
‘Cause we were the beggars, now we’re royalty.
We were the pris’ners, now we’re running free. We are forgiven, accepted, redeemed by God’s grace.
Let the house of the Lord sing praise!

Chorus 2 [2x]

Tag [3x]
Oh, oh, oh.

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