November 14th Sermon "I Forgive You...but I was Right" by Rev. Ian White Maher

12 November 2021


Please join us for our Sunday Service, November 14th at 9am and 11am with Rev. Ian White Maher.  
Topic for this month: Trust
Sermon: I Forgive You...but I was Right 

For Worship service at 9am and 11am inside the building.

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  • Masks are mandatory (and for sale if people forget)
  • Proof of vaccination is mandatory, but a photo of your vaccination card is acceptable. Using is also acceptable.
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The 11am worship service will be live-streamed over zoom followed by Virtual Coffee Hour (no coffee hour at the in-person services). 
The zoom link is on the front page of the website. 
Please enjoy the presentation of today's hymnody by our Cantors Jan and Paul Gandy (thank you!)
  • Prelude: "Toccata" (opening sequence) by Aram Khachaturian (Armenian, 1903-1978) - David Owens-Lupu, piano
  • Announcements/Chalice Lighting: Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Hymn #1010 : “Oh, we give thanks” - Paul & Jan Gandy, cantors
  • Interlude:
  • Why I Give: Debbie Bieber
  • Offertory
  • Doxology: - Paul & Jan Gandy, cantors
    • From all that dwell below the skies
    • Let hymns of faith and hope arise
    • May peace, good will on earth be sung
    • Through every land by every tongue
    • Amen
  • Sermon: "I Forgive You...but I was Right" - Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Hymn #1021 "Lean on me” - Paul & Jan Gandy, cantors
  • Benediction/Extinguish Chalice: Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Postlude: "Making Peace" from Events of a Day by Dmitri Shostakovich (Russian, 1906-1975) - David Owens-Lupu, piano