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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Worship Folder for June 27

.Ordinary Time: Sunday 13
June 27, 2010 + 9:30 a.m.
Mount Olive Lutheran Church
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Welcome to Worship at Mount Olive!
Mount Olive is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It is a community in and of the city where all are welcome in every aspect of congregational life. We believe that worship is central to our life together, that our weekly gathering around Word and Sacrament strengthens us for our work as people of God in this and in every place.

An elevator to the lower and street levels can be found at the northwest corner of the education wing. The elevator is accessible throughout the Parish House renovation. Restrooms are located on the main floor and lower level (the newly renovated main level restrooms are handicapped accessible). Turn right as you exit the narthex, then turn left. Restrooms are at the end of the hall, next to the elevator. Please ask a Greeter if you need assistance!

All are invited to join us for coffee and fellowship immediately following the liturgy. Adult Education follows coffee hour. Everyone is welcome.

Focus on the Season: Ordinary Time: Sunday 13
We have no good apart from God. That makes our Lord’s call to follow him an invitation to freedom. This is freedom to revel in the Spirit’s fruits: love, joy, peace, patience, and the like. This is the path of life.

Today the church commemorates Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria, remembered as an outstanding theologian who defended the orthodox teachings about the person of Christ. He died in 444.

Numbers marked with the word “page...” in small case are found in the front portion of the hymnal at the bottom left and right corners of the page.
Numbers marked with the word “HYMN...” in caps are found in the back portion of the hymnal in the upper left and right corners of the page. Note that the psalms are numbered as hymns 1-150.

The Preparation
PRELUDE: “Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht” J.G. Walther

AT THE PROCESSION Standing to face the cross as it is carried into the sanctuary
“O Holy Spirit, Enter In” HYMN 786

P The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the
Holy Spirit be with you all. C And also with you.

P Let us pray. Sovereign God, ruler of all hearts, you call us to obey you, and
you favor us with true freedom. Keep us faithful to the ways of your Son, that,
leaving behind all that hinders us, we may steadfastly follow your paths,
through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. C Amen

The Liturgy of the Word
FIRST READING: I Kings 19:15b-16, 19-21 (seated)

Response: C Thanks be to God.

PSALMODY: Psalm 16

SECOND READING: Galatians 5:1, 13-25

Response: C Thanks be to God.

GOSPEL ACCLAMATION “Celtic Alleluia” (standing) HYMN 174
HOLY GOSPEL: Luke 9:51-62

Response after the announcement: C Glory to you, O Lord.
Response after the conclusion: C Praise to you, O Christ.
Please remain standing until the invocation is pronounced.

SERMON (seated) The Rev. Arthur Halbardier

HYMN OF THE DAY (standing)
“Come, Follow Me, the Savior Spake” HYMN 799
Stanza 1 – All, in harmony Stanza 3 – Women
Stanza 2 – Men Stanza 4 – All



Response: C hear our prayer.

PEACE You are invited to share God’s peace with those around you. (standing)

The Liturgy of the Eucharistic Meal
AT THE OFFERING: “The Call” Ralph Vaughan Williams

OFFERTORY (standing)
"Create in Me a Clean Heart" HYMN 186

Response: C Amen.

Sanctus HYMN 190
“Holy, Holy, Holy”

Eucharistic Prayer
Lord’s Prayer page 145
“Our Father in heaven…”

We believe and teach the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and we invite all who are baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit to commune with us. Communicants may receive the wine from the common chalice or dip the wafer into the intinction cup. Children and adults not communing may fold their hands as they come forward to receive a blessing.
“Jesus, Lamb of God” HYMN 199
“Take, Oh, Take Me As I Am” HYMN 814 - Sung several times, in harmony.
“Praise and Thanks and Adoration” HYMN 783
“Lead On, O King Eternal” HYMN 805 - Stanza 2 may be sung in harmony.

Response: C Amen.

The Sacrament of our Lord’s Body and Blood may be sent to those unable to be present at our celebration.

BLESSING DISMISSAL A Go in peace. Serve the Lord. C Thanks be to God!

"Toccata Brevis" Daniel Gawthorpe

Worship Leaders
** Preacher & Presiding Minister: The Rev. Arthur Halbardier
Sacristan: Adam Krueger
Assisting Minister: Gene Hennig
* Organist: Joyce Brown
Soloist: Kristen Heider
Eucharistic Minister/Crucifer: Kandi Jo Benson Nelson
Communion Minister: John Clawson
Lector: Brad Holt
Acolytes: Maddie Nelson, Brad Nelson
Greeters : Eric Zander & Dennis Bidwell, Judy Graves, Tom Graves
Altar Guild: Bob Christensen & Beth Gaede
Coffee Host: Gail Neilsen

Worship Leaders for Next Sunday, July 4, 2010
** Preacher & Presiding Minister: The Rev. Rob Ruff
Sacristan: Susan Cherwien
Assisting Minister: Judy Hinck
Organist: Cantor David Cherwien
Eucharistic Minister/Crucifer: Paul Odlaug
Communion Ministers: Bob & Mary Lee
Lector: Jessinia Ruff
Acolytes: Gary Flatgard, Thomas Fenner
Greeters: Hans Tisberger, Cletius Puhrmann, Art & Elaine Halbardier
Altar Guild: Lynn Ruff, Steve & Sandra Pranschke
Coffee Host: Peggy Hoeft

Today, June 27 – Ordinary Time: Sunday 13; Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria, theologian
9:30 am Holy Eucharist, followed by fellowship & coffee
11:00 am Adult Forum presentation: an Update from the Call Committee
11:00 am Loss and Grief Discussion & Support Group

Monday, June 28 - Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons
7:00 pm Worship Committee meeting

Tuesday, June 29 - Peter and Paul, Apostles

Wednesday, June 30
8:00 pm N.A.

Thursday, July 1 - Catherine Winkworth, 1878; John Mason Neale, 1866; hymn translators

Saturday, July 3 - Thomas, Apostle
9:00 am Men of Purpose
(Community Meal is postponed to July 10)

Sunday, July 4 – Ordinary Time: Sunday 14
9:30 am Holy Eucharist, followed by fellowship & coffee
11:00 am Adult Forum presentation: A preview of newly designed website
11:00 am Loss and Grief Discussion & Support Group

Monday, July 5 – Church offices closed
Flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God by Irene Campbell.

Today’s Adult Education
The Adult Forum this morning will be an update on the work and progress
of Mount Olive’s Call Committee.

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