First Baptist Church

of Birmingham, Michigan

(248) 644-0550

300 Willits Street
Birmingham, Michigan

Providing Leadership in This Morning’s Service:


Senior Pastor: Pastor Scott Runyon

Organist/Director of Music: Myra Trask

Worship Leader: Vic Camaiore
Ushers: Harriet Stewart, Glenn Craig, Henry Nabors, Jackie Erhardt

Sound Technicians: Scott Ritchie, Will Olsen

Church Administrator: Leslie Jaquez  


Music reproduced with permission of One license A-604859.  All rights reserved

Worship Bulletin

Enter to Worship


Second Sunday of Advent

December 9, 2018 @ ​10:30am



Prelude:         “Still, Still, Still” (Hymn 214 / Mary McDonald)
 
Welcome

Opening Prayer

Greet Each Other

Advent Art Reflections: “One Crying Out”

Song: “Light The Advent Candle” (Ruth Elaine Schram - Chancel Choir

Advent Candle Lighting - Pam & Suzy Gibson

Song: “Light The Advent Candle” (Ruth Elaine Schram) - Chancel Choir & Congregation (see insert)

*Song:            “Make Me A Channel Of Your Peace” # 587

Scripture Reading:   Psalm 72:6-8   (O.T. page 533)                            

Children’s Time

Prayers of the Community

*Song:             “Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming” #190

Presenting Our Gifts, Tithes and Offering 

           Offertory: “Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming” - (Michael Burkhardt)

            *Song of Response (Doxology):

                            “O Come, Let Us Adore Him” #114                                                                      

Prayer 

Anthem:         “Come, Messiah” (Lloyd Larson)  Larry Phillips – percussion, Judy Phillips - oboe

Sermon: “Draw Near To Peace” (Truth)        Pastor Scott Runyon                                                                                                     

                        Luke 3:1-6 (N.T. page 60)

Announcements

Closing Song:            “God’s Love Made Visible!” #226

Closing Blessing (Benediction)

Postlude:        “Comfort, Comfort These My People”  (Hymn 155 /  Michael Burkhardt)



The flowers today are given in memory of all those we love who have gone before us by Chris and Dennis Schultz.