Central United Methodist Church
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Endicott, New York
Central United Methodist Church, Endicott, NY
A Reconciling Congregation

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of the
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan. 15, 2017
      

Central United Methodist Church - Online Video
 
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DESCRIPTION PRESENTER(s) START TIME
"Peace Like a River" Sean Stafford 0:01
Welcome Donna Spearman 1:35
"Lift Every Voice and Sing:" Hymn # 519 9:00
Prayer Pastor Michelle 9:59
"Precious Lord, Take My Hand" Emma Brunson 13:05
Micah 4: 1-4 Bill Neill 17:15
"Over My Head" Lving Water 20:02
2017 - Where Do We Go From Here? Dorollo Nixon 24:46
"Lord, Don't Move the Mountain" Kathye E. Arrington 43:25
Recognition - 2016 Scholarship Winners Jim Scott 46:35
Scholarship Offering Jim Scott 50:59
"His Eye is on the Sparrow" Rev. Andrew L. Morrison 52:51
"Spiritual Medley" Living Water 57:35
Candlelight Service - "We Shall Overcome" Pastor Michelle 64:48
Benediction Pastor Michelle 66:05

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Scripture

 

Micah 4:1-4    The Message (MSG)

The Making of God’s People

1-4 But when all is said and done,
    God’s Temple on the mountain,
Firmly fixed, will dominate all mountains,
    towering above surrounding hills.
People will stream to it
    and many nations set out for it,
Saying, “Come, let’s climb God’s mountain.
    Let’s go to the Temple of Jacob’s God.
He will teach us how to live.
    We’ll know how to live God’s way.”
True teaching will issue from Zion,
    God’s revelation from Jerusalem.
He’ll establish justice in the rabble of nations
    and settle disputes in faraway places.
They’ll trade in their swords for shovels,
    their spears for rakes and hoes.
Nations will quit fighting each other,
    quit learning how to kill one another.
Each man will sit under his own shade tree,
    each woman in safety will tend her own garden.
God-of-the-Angel-Armies says so,
    and he means what he says.

The Message (MSG)

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