Traditional E-Bulletin Epiphany January 3rd, 2021

After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem... Matthew 2:1

Scripture Reading Matthew 2:1-12

"The traditional use of this text as a reading for the Epiphany of the Lord underscores the truth that Jesus is God's revelation to the whole world... Even at the very beginning of Jesus' life, then, we see the dividing walls between races and cultures breaking down." Eugene Boring

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Order of Worship


Call to Worship

Hymn of Praise UMH 254

We Three Kings


**Use this time to greet those around you.**

Sweet, Sweet Spirit

Children's Time

Prayer of Illumination

Scripture Reading



How Many Kings by // Downhere

Invitation to Holy Communion

Prayer of Confession and Pardon

Announcements and Offering Intro

Offering Reflection

Jesus, the Light of the World by // Ken Bible and George Elderkin

Prayer of Great Thanksgiving

Lord's Prayer

Distributing the Elements

Invitation to Christian Discipleship

Hymn of Discipleship UMH 245

The First Noel

Sending Forth


Daily Life Under the Cross

Sunday: Mark 4-5

Monday: Mark 6-7

Tuesday: Mark 8-9

Wednesday: Mark 10-11

Thursday: Mark 12-13

Friday: Mark 14-16

Saturday: Genesis 1-3


Merciful God, you sent the prophets to preach repentance and prepare the way for our salvation; give us grace to heed their warnings and forsake our sins, that we may celebrate the commemoration of the nativity, and await with joy the coming in glory of Jesus Christ our Redeemer. Amen.


I will be a channel of God’s Peace. Where there’s despair, I will bring Hope Where there’s unease, Comfort Where there’s sadness, Joy Where there’s weariness, Rest


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