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SEE YOU AT TOMORROW’S REVIVAL: YOU DON’T KNOW ME LIKE THAT!

SEE YOU AT TOMORROW’S REVIVAL:

YOU DON’T KNOW ME LIKE THAT!

AT TOMORROW’S REVIVAL: YOU DON’T KNOW ME LIKE THAT! St. Cecilia Catholic Church 10400 Stoepel Detroit,

St. Cecilia Catholic Church

10400 Stoepel Detroit, MI 48204-2385

Phone: 313-933-6788 Fax: 313-933-1439 E-mail: beacon@stceciliadetroit.org

Fax: 313-933-1439 E-mail: beacon@stceciliadetroit.org Expecting the Unexpected JUNE 6, 2011 Praise &
Expecting the Unexpected
Expecting the
Unexpected

JUNE

6,

2011

Praise

&

Worship:

6:30

pm

Revival:

7:30

pm

Your

Condition

is

nOT

your

 

conclusion!

 

Processional (Song)

 

Choir

Leon Dixon

Welcome / Call to Wor- ship

Master of Ceremony

Congregational Song

 

choir

Invocation Prayer

Antoinette Talley

Scripture Reading

 

JoAnn Olivache

Mark 10: 46-52

 

Choir Selection

 

choir

Introduction of Evangelist

 

Anita Kent

Prayer over the Evangelist

Dorothy Grove

Choir Selection (Sermon Song)

Choir

Message for Today

Fr. Maurice J. Nutt ,

 

C.Ss.R., D.Min. Pastor, Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church – Memphis, TN

The Service of Giving (Song)

 

Choir

Ritual / Altar Call

Ministry of Music

Announcements

 

Elizabeth Williams

Benediction

Fr. Theodore K. Parker,

Pastor of St. Cecilia & St. Leo Churches

Recessional

 

Choir

About

our

Revivalist

Fr. Maurice J. Nutt, C.Ss.R., D.Min.

Joyful, energetic, Bible-fed and Spirit-led”

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO., baptized into the Catholic faith as an infant. His vocation to the priesthood was nurtured at St. Alphonsus Liguori “Rock” Catholic Church, a Redemptorist parish. He professed vows in the Redemptorist congregation on July 24, 1983. Father Nutt was ordained to the priesthood on June 10, 1989, by Bishop J. Terry Steib, S.V.D. His first pastoral assignment after or- dination was as Associate Pastor of the very parish where his vocation was born and nurtured. It was not long after that he was named the 32nd Pastor and the first African American Pastor of this historic parish where he served as pastor for 9 years. In 2000, the parish was named one of 300 Excellent Catholic churches in the US by the Pastoral Sum- mit.

Father Nutt is currently pastor of Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church in Memphis, Ten- nessee. He is a faculty member of the Religious Studies Distance Learning Program at Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia where he teaches in the areas of Theology and African American Reli- gious Studies. Additionally he is a member of the faculty of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans where he teaches Preaching. Father Nutt is a proud life- member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

siana, New Orleans where he teaches Preaching. Father Nutt is a proud life- member of Alpha