What would it be like to walk along the road to Emmaus with Jesus' disciples on that Sunday that the strange and confusing news was coming in about his rising from the grave? We hope you will join us in worship and see. Rev. Bob Shaw brings an inspiring word today based upon Luke 24:12-35.
Our short worship time together, 30 minutes, includes prayer, scripture, singing, and listening to the word together with people in times and places all around the world. Our music today includes "Open the Eyes of My Heart, Lord," sung by Dean Phelps, and the soulful, "Know Him in the Breaking of the Bread," a duet by Dean Phelps and the late Audrey Borschel, recorded in 2011.
As we do every week, our time together includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread) where you may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me."
If you would like to share with us at the table that defies all boundaries of time, place, and structure, then we ask that you prepare a wafer, cracker, or bread and a drink. As we pray, we are praying that our blessing extends to where you are. If you are unable to eat or drink, you may want to use a symbolic gesture or mental symbol as you come together at this table of remembrance with us. (Scroll down for an Order of Worship)
We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from beige part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table.
ORDER OF WORSHIP:
1. Welcome: Russ Smith
2. Opening music and hymn: "Open the Eyes of My Heart," sung by Dean Phelps
3. Scripture: Luke 24:12-35 (NRSV), read by Anita Cobb
4. Pastor's Prayer with Lord's Prayer: Deb Phelps
5. Hymn: “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” v. 1, 2, CH# 585, DisciplesNet singers
6. Message: "Just Like Us," Bob Shaw
7. Hymn: "He Lives," sung by DisciplesNet singers
8. Communion: Amy Grogan, from Brussels, Belgium
9. Hymn: "Know Him in the Breaking of the Bread," Dean Phelps, Audrey Borschel
10. Sending out, Bob Shaw
If you would like to chat with one of our pastors, including talking more about belief in God, becoming a Christian or following Christ, or living as a disciple of Christ, please email us at email@example.com, or contact us using the contact information on our website, including our community, DisciplesNet City Cafe, found on our website.
Invitation to Giving:
DisciplesNet Church is a not-for-profit church that exists to cross barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God's redeeming love. We rely on the gifts of our online viewers as we continue to grow and extend our nets around the world.
We also extend the invitation for you to be part of the DisciplesNet ministry by giving a one time gift, or ongoing, including a tithe. Even the smallest of gifts, like the mustard seed, have a way of growing in amazing ways to share God's word and the love of Jesus Christ.
We have a giving page on our website, disciplesnet.org. Our physical address for donations is:
PO Box 17935
Indianapolis, IN 46217
And emailing address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
God bless you, and thank you for joining us!