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GILEAD LUTHERAN CHURCH


Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Church Office, 279-9270

3rd Sunday of Easter April 30, 2017

Setting Two (LBW) green book
VISION STATEMENT: We ring out a joyous message of welcome and togetherness to neighbors near and far through the spirit of Christ.
Confession and Forgiveness p. 77
The Peace p. 86
Hymn Alleluia! Jesus Is Risen (WOV) blue book # 674

Greeting p. 78


Kyrie p. 78
Hymn of Praise p. 81
The Prayer of the Day p. 82

Children’s Sermon


First Reading: Acts 2:14a, 36-41 p. 82
Psalm 116:1-3, 10-17 p. 272
Second Reading: 1Peter 1:17-23 p. 82
Gospel Verse p. 83
Gospel: Luke 24:13-35 p. 83
Sermon
Hymn This Joyful Eastertide (WOV) blue book # 676
Nicene Creed p. 84
The Prayers p. 85
Offering
Offertory p. 86
Offertory Prayer p. 87
The Great Thanksgiving p. 88
Holy, Holy, Holy p. 89
Eucharistic Prayer p. 89
The Lord’s Prayer p. 91

Lamb of God p. 92

Communion
Post Communion Blessing p. 92
Post Communion Canticle p. 92
Post Communion Prayer p. 94
Benediction p. 95
Three Fold Amen
Hymn For the Bread Which You Have Broken (LBW) green book # 200
Dismissal p. 95
Postlude
Key to Order of Service

p.” indicates the page number in the front of the green Lutheran Book of Worship “#” indicates the number of the hymn, not the page number.


WE GIVE THANKS for the Risen Christ! Alleluia!
PLEASE KEEP IN YOUR PRAYERS those who cannot be with us. They are Clarence Newton, Mary Button, Fran Fiet, June Boomhower and Flip Coonradt.
WE PRAY FOR: : Marion Gardner, JulieAnn Anthony, Suzanne Alderman, Cindy Bode, John Grassmann, Sharon Gully, Connie Hoffman, Christine Harris, Bob Kapps, Nancy Knickerbocker, Bob Guerin, Ryan Anderson, Joyce Raymond, Linda Shanahan, Jim Taylor, Gail Catogtio, Allan Kreiger, Mike Boomhower, Kelly Nutter and Dave Coonradt
SPECIAL PRAYERS for all people who have served this country and are serving in this country and abroad. “Caring Connections has provided “Stars for our Troops” on the table in the rear of the sanctuary. If you know or meet a veteran, please feel free to present them with a “Star”. Thank you”
GILEAD: Listen and Follow Jesus to Share the Way.
Worship Leader: Deacon Jim Netzer

Pastoral Leader in Transition: Pastor Dan Hahn


Minister of Music: Darlene Shanahan

Reader: Eleanor Bode

WE thank Deacon Jim Netzer who will lead us in worship today.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Kathleen Newton and Michelle Krill on the 2nd.

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EVENTS CALENDAR

4/30 Coffee Hour following the service

5/4 Mom’s Group 9:30a-10:30a

5/5 Mat’s for the Homeless Making, 2pm or 6:30pm

5/19 Story Dinner 6pm

5/21 Council Meeting, following worship

5/25 Body and Soul Pantry Dinner 3-6pm

5/30 Healing Support Group


There will be a coffee hour immediately following worship today to welcome our new friends to Gilead. Please plan to stay for a bite to eat and some fellowship!

We're collecting items for a package to be sent to Caleb Lawlor, grandson of Al and Vinnie Coonradt, and his unit, currently serving in the Air Force in the United Arab Emirates.  Suitable items would be:  Card games, water guns, bubbles, DVD's (old ones), chips, microwave popcorn, gum.  Cards (funny) would be nice and magazines on cars and hunting.  There is a box available for your donations as you enter the church.  Let's show our support for these men and women who are serving.


Thank you.  Caring Connections.  Eleanor Bode, Chair, Glenn Hayner, Sue Alderman, Betty Britt, Vinnie Coonradt.
Mats for the Homeless

Please join me in learning how to make sleeping mats for the homeless out of plastic grocery bags. Bring scissors and/or a large crochet hook in order to learn how to make these easy mats. You do not have to know how to crochet to help. We will meet on Friday, May 5th at 2 pm or 6:30 pm. Come and have some fun!! Lisa


EVENTS CALENDAR

4/30 Coffee Hour following the service

5/4 Mom’s Group 9:30a-10:30a

5/5 Mat’s for the Homeless Making, 2pm or 6:30pm

5/19 Story Dinner 6pm

5/21 Council Meeting, following worship

5/25 Body and Soul Pantry Dinner 3-6pm

5/30 Healing Support Group

There will be a coffee hour immediately following worship today to welcome our new friends to Gilead. Please plan to stay for a bite to eat and some fellowship!

We're collecting items for a package to be sent to Caleb Lawlor, grandson of Al and Vinnie Coonradt, and his unit, currently serving in the Air Force in the United Arab Emirates.  Suitable items would be:  Card games, water guns, bubbles, DVD's (old ones), chips, microwave popcorn, gum.  Cards (funny) would be nice and magazines on cars and hunting.  There is a box available for your donations as you enter the church.  Let's show our support for these men and women who are serving.


Thank you.  Caring Connections.  Eleanor Bode, Chair, Glenn Hayner, Sue Alderman, Betty Britt, Vinnie Coonradt.
Mats for the Homeless

Please join me in learning how to make sleeping mats for the homeless out of plastic grocery bags. Bring scissors and/or a large crochet hook in order to learn how to make these easy mats. You do not have to know how to crochet to help. We will meet on Friday, May 5th at 2 pm or 6:30 pm. Come and have some fun!! Lisa

Story Dinner at Gilead
Every other Month, The 3rd Friday at 6 p.m. All are wecome.
We have a group of kind hearted folks that volunteer to make food for the dinner and desserts for afterward, Some come help set up the dining room for the event, most cook something and all help clean up afterward.
We have had many amazing speakers from inside the church and from a number of organizations. They come tell their story. If our speaker is from an organization, we donate the “Free Will Offering” to their cause. If the speaker is from inside the church, we have several Free will containers they can contruibute to. Such as The Body and Soul Pantry, Wounded Warriors and the ELCA Disaster Releif Fund.

The stories told have been vast. From stories from a book, or something someone found in a newspaper article, a true story about one’s self or someone they knew, a life changing experience, a faith story, a funny story, poetry, Inspirational,

Historical, enlightening, as well as Organizations coming in to tell their mission. Too many to mention, but I will say there has not been one Story Dinner that was disapointing. All the stories have been amazing!

We would Love to have you come join us! It is a great way to meet folks! The food is never a disapointmet! Especially the yummy desserts!

You may even feel compelled to tell a story of your own!


See you there! Friday, May 19, 2017 at 6 p.m.

Story Dinner at Gilead
Every other Month, The 3rd Friday at 6 p.m. All are wecome.
We have a group of kind hearted folks that volunteer to make food for the dinner and desserts for afterward, Some come help set up the dining room for the event, most cook something and all help clean up afterward.
We have had many amazing speakers from inside the church and from a number of organizations. They come tell their story. If our speaker is from an organization, we donate the “Free Will Offering” to their cause. If the speaker is from inside the church, we have several Free will containers they can contruibute to. Such as The Body and Soul Pantry, Wounded Warriors and the ELCA Disaster Releif Fund.
The stories told have been vast. From stories from a book, or something someone found in a newspaper article, a true story about one’s self or someone they knew, a life changing experience, a faith story, a funny story, poetry, Inspirational,

Historical, enlightening, as well as Organizations coming in to tell their mission. Too many to mention, but I will say there has not been one Story Dinner that was disapointing. All the stories have been amazing!


We would Love to have you come join us! It is a great way to meet folks! The food is never a disapointmet! Especially the yummy desserts!

You may even feel compelled to tell a story of your own!


See you there! Friday, May 19, 2017 at 6 p.m.

TODAY’S PRAYER:

O God, your Son makes himself known to all his disciples in the breaking of bread. Open the eyes of our faith, that we may see him in his redeeming work, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen

LESSON 1 SUMMARY:
Today’s reading is the conclusion of Peter’s sermon preached following the giving of the Holy Spirit to the apostles on the day of Pentecost. The center of his preaching is the bold declaration that god has made the crucified Jesus both Lord and Christ.
LESSON 2 SUMMARY:
The Imagery of exile is used to help the readers of this letter understand that they are strangers in a strange land. Christians no longer belong to this age. Through the death of Christ we belong to God, so that our focus, faith and hope are no longer on such things as silver and gold.
GOSPEL SUMMARY:
The colorful story of Jesus’ appearance to two disciples on the road to Emmaus answers the question how Jesus is to be recognized among us. Here, he is revealed through the scriptures and in the breaking of bread.

TODAY’S PRAYER:


O God, your Son makes himself known to all his disciples in the breaking of bread. Open the eyes of our faith, that we may see him in his redeeming work, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen
LESSON 1 SUMMARY:
Today’s reading is the conclusion of Peter’s sermon preached following the giving of the Holy Spirit to the apostles on the day of Pentecost. The center of his preaching is the bold declaration that god has made the crucified Jesus both Lord and Christ.
LESSON 2 SUMMARY:
The Imagery of exile is used to help the readers of this letter understand that they are strangers in a strange land. Christians no longer belong to this age. Through the death of Christ we belong to God, so that our focus, faith and hope are no longer on such things as silver and gold.
GOSPEL SUMMARY:

The colorful story of Jesus’ appearance to two disciples on the road to Emmaus answers the question how Jesus is to be recognized among us. Here, he is revealed through the scriptures and in the breaking of bread.
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