March 15, 2020: “Show Us Your Living Water”

We continue our Lenten journey with Jesus on this Third Sunday of Lent. The theme for this Sunday is “Show Us Your Living Water in Barren Deserts.” This Sunday, some of our Morden Mennonite youth led us in worship, led in turn by Kristy. Because some were unable to join us this Sunday due to health concerns, we are including several recordings from the service here. Grace and peace to you all!

Prelude (music by the youth, led by Loretta and Joel)

Call to Worship (led by Kristy, Sara, and Matthew)

Song of Praise (HWB 55 “Let’s Sing unto the Lord,” led by Lora, Joel, and Irene)

Confession & Assurance with Special Music (led by Kristy and Rylee; music by Adalynne)

Scripture Reading (John 4:5-42; adapted from The Voice, read by Milo, Ian, and Coral)

Meditation (“Show Us Your Living Water in Barren Deserts,” Kristy, with reading by Jude and Milo)

Closing, Benediction, and Sending Song (led Kristy and Rylyn; “Here by the Water” led by the youth with Loretta and Joel)

In the week ahead feel free to use this prayer guide adapted from the worship material used for this morning’s service. Please also be sure to check the church website for updates the church’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Grace and peace to you this week!

Songs: HWB 55 Let’s Sing unto the Lord (Text: Carlos Rosas, Roberto Escamilla, Elise Eslinger, George Lockwood, ©1989 The United Methodist Publishing House; Text (Spanish): ©1976 Resource Publications, Inc. Music: Carlos Rosas ©1976 Resource Publications, Inc.
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