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welcome Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this morning! We worship
welcome Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this morning! We worship
welcome Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this morning! We worship
welcome Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this morning! We worship
welcome Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando this morning! We worship
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 you’re here: visit
our Legacy Room for a cup of coffee
and say hello, or text “FPCO” to the
number 313131.
know you’re here: visit our Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or
know you’re here: visit our Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or
know you’re here: visit our Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or
know you’re here: visit our Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or
save the date • JULY: Strike Hunger Month. For ways you can help, check out
save the date • JULY: Strike Hunger Month. For ways you can help, check out

save the date

• JULY: Strike Hunger Month. For ways you can help, check out fpco.org/hunger.

• 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.

• July 19: Women’s Cancer Support meets, 12pm-1pm with a light lunch provided. RSVP to Maddy Vilar at 407.423.3441 x1159.

• July 24: Reformed Theological Seminary Summer Lecture Series continues with Dr. Jonathan Linebaugh, 7:00–8:30pm in Reformation Chapel. fpco.org/lectureseries

• August 24: Moms in Prayer information session. Join us from 9:15-9:45am or 7:00-7:30pm, Clayton Life Center room 324. Details at fpco.org/moms.

• September 3: Labor Day Weekend. Worship with us at Genesis 9:45am and Traditional 11am only.

• September 4: Church offices closed.

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.

JULY 16, 2017 congregational care As a caring body of believers, please remember in your

JULY 16, 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: Allen Holcomb.

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.

generosity

Stewardship Report as of July 9, 2017. Thank you for your faithful generosity.

PARTICIPATION IN GIVING 37.3% JUNE 2017
PARTICIPATION
IN GIVING
37.3%
JUNE 2017

Tithes & Offerings

This/Last Week

Fiscal YTD

Budgeted

$118,577

$237,154

Received

$92,903

$242,043

Surplus/(Deficit)

($25,674)

$4,889

ARISE AND BUILD Capital Campaign Update

Funds Given

$5.5 Million

Remaining to Give

$2.2 Million

Tithed to Mission

$550,000

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

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

genesis worship

Welcome

Ministry Focus

The Collaborative

The Sacrament of Baptism (9:45) S Harrison Wayne Gray, born November 30, 2015, son of Patricia and Eric Gray.

Charge to Congregation

Song of Commitment

no. 466

Take His Life and Let It Be

Hendon

Prayer for Illumination *Scripture Reading

Dr. David Swanson Deuteronomy 12:1-12

pew bible p. 134

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

How Much Do I Owe?

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Assisting in Worship: Tanner Fox and Wil Brown.

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

Our Genesis services utilize an environmental lighting effect called haze, a theatrical humidifier to thicken the air to enhance lighting. Both Lee Fellowship Hall and Sanctuary hazers are water-based and safe.

NOTES

traditional worship

Our Creator God has enlivened all of creation with the making of many peoples in hundreds of different cultures around the world. There is great variety in languages, dress, music, and art. In the richness of this wide palette of humanity, God is worshiped and adored. The worship of God is transcultural. In other

words, there are basic acts of worship that are beyond any culture. For example, confession is a part of every people’s worship regardless of their nation or context. While confession of sin may not be expressed in the same manner, the core of humbling ourselves before Almighty God and admitting to sin in one’s life, are universal to all peoples. Virtually every people group sings songs of adoration and worship of God with drums, pipes, organs, string, or brass, and most of all, the human voice. You will note from time to time there will be aspects in our worship services that draw on other traditions and cultures. It is so important to remember the heighth and depth and breadth of the Body of Christ worldwide and that we are a very small

part here in Orlando.

- Dr. Dan Sharp

(Please silence all phones and electronic devices.)

GATHERING

Prelude

The Gift to Be Simple

Welcome Organ Meditation

Jesus Paid it All

arr. dale wood

Call to Worship

Psalm 96:1-4

*Processional Hymn of Praise

no. 72

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

faithfulness

*Ascription of Praise

Organ Praise

Pastoral Report

*Passing of the Peace Ministry Focus The Collaborative Call to Prayer (8:15) No.478 Sweet Hour
*Passing of the Peace Ministry Focus The Collaborative Call to Prayer (8:15) No.478 Sweet Hour

*Passing of the Peace

Ministry Focus

The Collaborative

Call to Prayer (8:15)

No.478

Sweet Hour of Prayer

verse 1

Pastoral Prayer

The Sacrament of Baptism (11:00) S Jacob "Jake" Douglas Roush, born October 28, 2016, son of Anna and Brandon Roush.

Charge to Congregation

Song of Commitment

no. 466

Take His Life and Let It Be

Hendon

THANKSGIVING

Thanksgiving Through Tithes and Offerings

*We Give Thee But Thine Own *Prayer of Commitment

no. 688

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

Musical Offering

Holy Holy Holy

arr. by douglas court John Hietala, Flugelhorn

PROCLAMATION OF GOD’S WORD

Prayer for Illumination *Scripture Reading

Dr. David Swanson Deuteronomy 12:1-12

pew bible p. 134

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

How Much Do I Owe?

RESPONSE *Hymn of Response no. 687 All Things Are Yours *Invitation and Charge *Benediction Postlude
RESPONSE *Hymn of Response no. 687 All Things Are Yours *Invitation and Charge *Benediction Postlude

RESPONSE

*Hymn of Response

no. 687

All Things Are Yours

*Invitation and Charge

*Benediction

Postlude

Psalm 19

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God benedetto marcello

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Assisting in Worship: Bret Allen, Hymns: Mike Fitzgerald, and guest organist Alan Trapp.

WHERE

JOURNEY

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GENEROSITY?

As part of a covenant community, committed to one another in love, each of us invests in this community in different ways. As you pray and make decisions about your finan- cial giving, consider the stages of generosity (below). How can you grow, with God’s help? Do you have room to take one step up on your journey of generosity?

Abundant Giving Fully enjoying a lifestyle of generosity. Tithing Giving 10% back to God, as
Abundant Giving
Fully enjoying a lifestyle
of generosity.
Tithing
Giving 10% back to God,
as directed by Scripture.
Give Regularly
Making consistent contributions
to the church family.
Give Occasionally
Making contributions
as often as you’re able.
Make a Gift
The first step of investing
in the Kingdom.
Non-Giver
WAYS
TO
GIVE

Online

- Set an automatic deduction schedule from a bank account (ACH)

- Give one time or on a schedule via credit card fpco.org/give

Give by Texting

- Text the amount to 407.449.1077 (quick one-time set-up)

Offering Envelopes

- Give cash or by check