Central United Methodist Church
Monday, September 25, 2017
Endicott, New York
Central United Methodist Church, Endicott, NY

All Saints Sunday

Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost
Nov. 1, 2015
      
Central United Methodist Church - Online Video
 
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DESCRIPTION PRESENTER(s) START TIME
Choral Call to Worship Chancel Choir 0:01
Greetings and Announcements Connie Lamando 3:20
Call to Worship Connie Lamando 4:50
"For All the Saints" Song #711 6:20
A Time for the Child in All of Us Pastor Michelle 7:27
"Nearer, My God to Thee" Chancel Choir 13:10
Revelation 21:1-6a Connie Lamando 14:30
A Personal Story About Central Jim Scott 19:30
"Gather at the River" Chancel Choir 25:45
"Joy Comes With the Dawn" Song #2210 31:50
Pastoral Prayer & Lord's Prayer Pastor Michelle 33:20
John 11:32-44 Alisyn Klock 37:08
The Sermon Pastor Michelle 30:04
Celebrating Holy Communion - Remembering the Saints Pastor Michelle - Alisyn Klock 46:55
"This is a Day of New Beginnings" Song #383 1:04:30

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Revelation 21:1-8  The Message (MSG)

Everything New

21 I saw Heaven and earth new-created. Gone the first Heaven, gone the first earth, gone the sea.

I saw Holy Jerusalem, new-created, descending resplendent out of Heaven, as ready for God as a bride for her husband.

3-5 I heard a voice thunder from the Throne: “Look! Look! God has moved into the neighborhood, making his home with men and women! They’re his people, he’s their God. He’ll wipe every tear from their eyes. Death is gone for good—tears gone, crying gone, pain gone—all the first order of things gone.” The Enthroned continued, “Look! I’m making everything new. Write it all down—each word dependable and accurate.”

6-8 Then he said, “It’s happened. I’m A to Z. I’m the Beginning, I’m the Conclusion. From Water-of-Life Well I give freely to the thirsty. Conquerors inherit all this. I’ll be God to them, they’ll be sons and daughters to me.

John 11:32-44The Message (MSG)

29-32 The moment she heard that, she jumped up and ran out to him. Jesus had not yet entered the town but was still at the place where Martha had met him. When her sympathizing Jewish friends saw Mary run off, they followed her, thinking she was on her way to the tomb to weep there. Mary came to where Jesus was waiting and fell at his feet, saying, “Master, if only you had been here, my brother would not have died.”

33-34 When Jesus saw her sobbing and the Jews with her sobbing, a deep anger welled up within him. He said, “Where did you put him?”

34-35 “Master, come and see,” they said. Now Jesus wept.

36 The Jews said, “Look how deeply he loved him.”

37 Others among them said, “Well, if he loved him so much, why didn’t he do something to keep him from dying? After all, he opened the eyes of a blind man.”

38-39 Then Jesus, the anger again welling up within him, arrived at the tomb. It was a simple cave in the hillside with a slab of stone laid against it. Jesus said, “Remove the stone.”

The sister of the dead man, Martha, said, “Master, by this time there’s a stench. He’s been dead four days!”

40 Jesus looked her in the eye. “Didn’t I tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God?”

41-42 Then, to the others, “Go ahead, take away the stone.”

They removed the stone. Jesus raised his eyes to heaven and prayed, “Father, I’m grateful that you have listened to me. I know you always do listen, but on account of this crowd standing here I’ve spoken so that they might believe that you sent me.”

43-44 Then he shouted, “Lazarus, come out!” And he came out, a cadaver, wrapped from head to toe, and with a kerchief over his face.

Jesus told them, “Unwrap him and let him loose.”

The Message (MSG)

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