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welcome

Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of


Orlando this morning! We worship together as a church
family in four services on Sundays: Traditional worship in
the Sanctuary at 8:15am and 11am, and Genesis worship
in the Sanctuary at 9:45am and in Lee Fellowship Hall at
11:00am. Check in and let us know youre here: visit our
Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or text
FPCO to the number 313131.

save the date


TODAY: Second Sunday, when we take a few minutes
to make new friends after worship. Join us under the
Angel Wing (between the Sanctuary and Allen Hall).
Feburary 15: Womens Cancer Support meets, 12pm-
1pm with a light lunch provided. RSVP to Maddy Vilar at
407.423.3441 x1159.
February 19: Hymn Sing. Request your favorites and
learn new hymns in this dedicated time of worship in
song. Join us from 1:30-3pm in the Sanctuary.
February 19: First Step, a 30-minute overview of life
at First Pres, for guests and visitors, after 11am worship.
Join us in the Legacy Room, between the Sanctuary and
Welcome Center.
Sundays in February: We are collecting items for our
friends at Compassion Corner who are starting new
jobs. Please bring socks, underwear, or steel-toed
work boots in men's sizes 9, 10, 11, or 12. fpco.org/socks

recycle your bulletin


8:15am & 9:45am worshipers can help the church be better
stewards of our resources and environment. If you do not
want to keep this extremely handy bulletin, just hand it to
one of our ushers as you leave. The bulletins are reused
for the 11:00am worship service, and recycled on Monday
morning.
FEBRUARY 12, 2017

congregational care
As a caring body of believers, please remember in your
prayers those who have recently been hospitalized or are
recuperating at home: Olivia Geiger, Nancy McDonald,
Roger Lee and Fran Nollet.
Our sympathy to George Huffman on the death of his
brother, Bruce Huffman, January 29.
Carlos and Rebecca Gimenez on the death of his mother,
Eileen Gimenez, February 5. Mrs. Gimenez was the
grandmother of August, Landon, and Beckett Gimenez.
To be added to our prayer list call the Pastoral Care office
at 407.423.3441 x1455, or submit an online prayer request at
fpco.org/prayerrequest.

families at first pres


First Pres has three rooms to help young families on
Sunday mornings: one nursing room for mothers & infants,
next to the Prayer Room, between the Sanctuary and Lee
Fellowship Hall, and a second nursing room for mothers &
infants, on the 1st floor of Clayton Life Center next to the
elevators.
In addition, we have a Family Room for infants, children and
dads :-) , also on the first floor of Clayton Life Center.
All three rooms have a live television feed from the worship
services.

PARTICIPATION
generosity IN GIVING

Stewardship Report as of February 5, 2017. 36.3%


JANUARY 2017
Thank you for your faithful generosity.
Because we believe participation (and not a dollar amount)
is key in our giving, we are now reporting our churchs
giving participation percentage weekly.
Our financial numbers will appear on a monthly basis for
continued transparency in budgeting.
Give easily and securely online from your smartphone at
fpco.org/mobile.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ORLANDO


address 106 East Church St., Orlando Florida 32801
phone 407.423.3441
online fpco.org /firstpresorlando /fpcorlando
genesis
Welcome

Ministry Focus Compassion Corner

Prayer for Illumination Rev. Brad Staton


*Scripture Reading Genesis 12:1-7
pew bible p. 8
At the conclusion of our Scripture reading, the leader will
say, This is the word of the Lord. The congregation is
invited to respond, Thanks be to God.

Message Blessed to Be a Blessing

Assisting in Worship: Bret Allen and Wil Brown.

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notes
traditional
Why are you like you are? What kinds of things or
experiences have shaped you? To be sure, your family in
your growing up years had great influence on who you
are today. Parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents
have all been instrumental in who youve become. You
have traits of your mother or father, ( just ask a sibling).
To ignore our history is to neglect a significant piece
of understanding who we are, both as a person, and
as a people. This importance of ancestry and history
is most significant in our walk as Christians. Have you
noticed how often in Scripture God has His people
review the history of what He has done for them and
how He has chosen them to be His people? The long
lists of genealogies in Scripture further underscore the
significance of peoples lineage. Never underestimate the
importance, and significance, of Gods call on His people.
The better we understand Gods calling to His people,
Israel, in the largest sense, the better well understand
His calling to us as individuals and as His Church today.
The opening hymn was written in the 1700s by Thomas
Olivers after visiting the Jewish synagogue. He asked the
cantor to write down the tune. He then paraphrased the
Jewish doxology text and added an additional verse of
Christian character. The better we understand our Old
Testament roots, the better we understand who we are as
Gods people today, singing our heritage!
- Dr. Dan Sharp

(Please silence all phones and electronic devices.)

gathering
Prelude
Meditations on Land of Rest and Come Thou Fount
charles callahan

Welcome

Call to Worship
The God of Abraham Praise arr. Bird

*Processional Hymn of Praise


The God of Abraham Praise leoni
*Ascription of Praise Psalm 47
Responsive/Congregational Reading

Organ Praise

Pastoral Report

*Passing of the Peace

Ministry Focus Compassion Corner

Call to Prayer
We Are on Holy Ground haas

Pastoral Prayer and Lord's Prayer

thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Through Tithes and Offerings

*Doxology duke street


*Prayer of Commitment

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Anthem of Healing
There Is A Balm in Gilead arr. dawson
The Chancel Choir and solo, Meredith Hollowell

proclamation of God's word


Prayer for Illumination Rev. Brad Staton
*Scripture Reading Genesis 12:1-7
pew bible p. 8
At the conclusion of our Scripture reading, the leader will say,
This is the word of the Lord. The congregation is invited to
respond, Thanks be to God.

Message Blessed to Be a Blessing


response
*Hymn of Service no. 580
We Are Called to Be Gods People austrian hymn

*Invitation and Charge

*Benediction

*Choral Response
Shalom, Shalom, Shalom sharp

Postlude
Fanfare from La Peri dukas (arr. gower)

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Assisting in Worship: Dr. David Swanson, Dr. Daniel Sharp,


organist Josiah Armes.

The flowers on the communion table are given to the glory


of God, in memory of Janet Griffin, by Mark and Diana Griffin.