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

More Than We Need
Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost
Aug. 6, 2017
      

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DESCRIPTION PRESENTER(s) START TIME
Message from the UnitedMethodist Church UMC Communications 1:01
Greeting Pastor Michelle 0:31
Announcements Jim Scott 1:26
Call to Worship Jim Scott 5:48
"I Love to Tell the Story" Song # 156 7:06
A Time for the Child in All of Us Pastor Michelle 9:18
"Festival March", Applebaum Emma Zelanyak & Hope Savacool 14:12
Psalm 17:1-7, 15 John Obusek 18:37
"Morning Has Broken" Sean Stafford 20:08
"Seek Ye First" Song # 405 26:07
Pastoral Prayer & Lord's Prayer Pastor Michelle 28:48
Matthew 14:13-21 Donna Spearman 35:58
The Sermon Pastor Michelle 37:46
Celebrating Holy Communion Pastor Michelle 48:25
"Nothing Between" Song # 373 57:45
Blessing Pastor Michelle 59:10

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Scripture

Psalm 17:1-7, 15  The Message (MSG)

A David Prayer

 

17 1-2 Listen while I build my case, God,
    the most honest prayer you’ll ever hear.
Show the world I’m innocent—
    in your heart you know I am.

 

Go ahead, examine me from inside out,
    surprise me in the middle of the night—
You’ll find I’m just what I say I am.
    My words don’t run loose.

 

4-5 I’m not trying to get my way
    in the world’s way.
I’m trying to get your way,
    your Word’s way.
I’m staying on your trail;
    I’m putting one foot
In front of the other.
    I’m not giving up.

6-7 I call to you, God, because I’m sure of an answer.
    So—answer! bend your ear! listen sharp!
Paint grace-graffiti on the fences;
    take in your frightened children who
Are running from the neighborhood bullies
    straight to you.

15  And me? I plan on looking
    you full in the face. When I get up,
I’ll see your full stature
    and live heaven on earth.

Matthew 14:13-21   The Message (MSG)

Supper for Five Thousand

13-14 When Jesus got the news, he slipped away by boat to an out-of-the-way place by himself. But unsuccessfully—someone saw him and the word got around. Soon a lot of people from the nearby villages walked around the lake to where he was. When he saw them coming, he was overcome with pity and healed their sick.

15 Toward evening the disciples approached him. “We’re out in the country and it’s getting late. Dismiss the people so they can go to the villages and get some supper.”

16 But Jesus said, “There is no need to dismiss them. You give them supper.”

17 “All we have are five loaves of bread and two fish,” they said.

18-21 Jesus said, “Bring them here.” Then he had the people sit on the grass. He took the five loaves and two fish, lifted his face to heaven in prayer, blessed, broke, and gave the bread to the disciples. The disciples then gave the food to the congregation. They all ate their fill. They gathered twelve baskets of leftovers. About five thousand were fed.

The Message (MSG)

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