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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

NOW: Sign up for our Lent devotions to be sent
directly to your inbox each day. fpco.org/lent
NOW: Easter Dedications. Dedications are due by
March 28. Submit yours online at fpco.org/dedications
or pick up a form in the Edington Ministry Center lobby.
TODAY: 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.
March 26: Congregational Meeting, during the 11am
worship hour, to elect the Congregational Nominating
Committee, the Associate Pastor for Mission
Nominating Committee, an elder filling an unexpired
term, and to approve changes to the pastoral terms of
March 31: Heart of the City Foundation scholarship
application deadline. orlandoheartofthecity.org
April 12: Tournament for the Tots, Dubsdread Golf
Course, benefiting Magnolia Preschool. Email Pam
Finne at pfinne@fpco.org.
April 27: Farm to Table Dinner at the Orlando Country
Club. Proceeds benefit FOUR12 and the Mercy Drive
Initiative. fpco.org/myfour12

serve at easter
Serving at Easter (April 16) is an incredible opportunity
to welcome guests and visitors who don't have a church
home into our church family, and show them the grace
of Jesus Christ. We want to create a warm, welcome
and joyful celebration at the Dr. Phillips Center for the
Performing Arts, and we'd love for you to be part of the
team! Sign up at fpco.org/host.
MARCH 19, 2017

congregational care
As a caring body of believers, please remember in your
prayers those who have lost a loved one in recent days.
Our sympathy to to the friends and family of Ann Yowell,
who died March 7.
To be added to our prayer list call the Pastoral Care office
at 407.423.3441 x1455, or submit an online prayer request at

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
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

Stewardship Report as of February 12, 2017.
Thank you for your faithful generosity.

Tithes & Offerings This/Last Week Fiscal YTD

Budgeted $109,321 $4,910,376
Received $74,258 $5,147,367
Surplus/(Deficit) ($35,063) $236,991
ARISE AND BUILD Capital Campaign Update
Funds Given $5.3 Million
Remaining to Give $2.4 Million
Tithed to Mission $528,000
Give easily and securely online from your smartphone at


address 106 East Church St., Orlando Florida 32801
phone 407.423.3441
online fpco.org /firstpresorlando /fpcorlando
Lenten Candle Extinguished

Ministry Focus School of Discipleship

Prayer for Illumination Dr. David Swanson

*Scripture Reading Mark 14:1-2
pew bible p. 719
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 Wednesday: A Quiet Plot

Assisting in Worship: Scarlett Stewart and Wil Brown.

(Give securely on your smartphone at fpco.org/mobile)

How could a normal, sane person desire the death of
another human being by crucifixion? Too often we
avoid even thinking about the crucifixion because
it was such an horrendous act. Yet, it was the
central instrument in bringing salvation to all. We
cannot underestimate the depth of evil and hatred
in the hearts of those who plotted to kill Jesus.
The nails hanging from the cross on the chancel
today silently, yet visually speak of the depth of
Christs love for each of us who have gathered
for worship. Crucifixion was designed to be one
of the most excruciating, degrading, and lengthy
tortures imaginable. Death could occur any time
between six hours and four days. The purpose of the
crucifixion was to humiliate and intimidate any who
would oppose the ruling power which is why the
executions were always very public. In this mode of
bringing death, Jesus absorbed the depth of physical
pain, of alienation from His Father, the horror of
evil, and death itself willingly when He could have
called myriads of angels at any moment to rescue
Him from this black hole of evil. But He didn't. Take
these early moments of preparation to again thank
Jesus for His incalculable sacrifice in atoning for
your sin. - Dr. Dan Sharp

(Please silence all phones and electronic devices.)

Prelude wilbur held
Three Hymn Meditations


*Processional Hymn of Praise no. 51

How Great Thou Art o store gud

*Ascription of Praise Responsive

Organ Praise
Pastoral Report

*Passing of the Peace

Lenten Candle Extinguished

Ministry Focus School of Discipleship

Call to Prayer arr. daniel sharp

I Need Thee

Pastoral Prayer

The Sacrament of Baptism (11:00)

S Adeline "Addie" Mae Caffrey and
Olivia "Livy" Laine Caffrey, born August 26, 2016,
twin daughters of Erin and Cearan Caffrey.

Charge to Congregation

Song of Commitment no. 466

Take Their Lives and Let Them Be Hendon

Thanksgiving Through Tithes and Offerings

*Doxology no. 34
*Prayer of Commitment

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Anthem of Proclamation
Lamentations of Jeremiah z. randall stroope
The Chancel Choir

proclamation of God's word
Prayer for Illumination Dr. David Swanson
*Scripture Reading Mark 14:1-2
pew bible p. 719

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 Wednesday: A Quiet Plot

*Hymn of Response No. 356
I Will SIng of My Redeemer hyfrydol

*Invitation and Charge


*Choral Response No. 743

Dresden Amen

Postlude flor peeters

Festival Voluntary

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Assisting in Worship: Tanner Fox, Dr. Dan Sharp, and

organist Josiah Armes.

The flowers on the communion table are given to the glory

of God, by Patty and Doug Loeffler, in honor of the baptism
of their great granddaughters, Adeline Mae and Olivia Laine