Central United Methodist Church
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Endicott, New York
Central United Methodist Church, Endicott, NY
A Reconciling Congregation

Graduation Sunday
Rev. Dr. Michelle Bogue-Trost
June 17, 2018
      

Central United Methodist Church - Online Video
 
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DESCRIPTION PRESENTER(s) START TIME
"Great is Thy Faithfulness" Sean Stafford 0:01
Greeting Pastor Michelle 0:45
Announcements Knud Hansen 1:58
We Are Called to Worship Knud Hansen 6:42
A Time for the Child in All of Us Pastor Michelle 8:40
"Praise Him" Jade Hartley & Suzette Marino 13:44
Celebrating our Graduates / Awarding Scholarships Pastor Michelle 16:49
Psalm 1 Amber Gaylord 23:22
"This Little Light of Mine" Jade Hartley & Suzette Marino 24:20
Pastoral Prayer & Lord's Prayer Pastor Michelle 26:39
Mark 4:26-34 Carole James 33:58
The Sermon Pastor Michelle 35:29
"You Are the Seed" Song # 583 49:18
A Special Baptism Pastor Michelle 50:34
"Blessed Assurance" Sean Stafford 59:40

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Scripture

 

SCRIPTURE READING #1 June 17                                Amber Gaylord  

Psalm 1,  O.T. p.489

 

Happy are those who do not follow the advice of the wicked, or take the path that sinners tread, or sit in the seat of scoffers;

but their delight is in the law of the Lord, and on God’s law they meditate day and night.

They are like trees planted by streams of water, which yield their fruit in its season, and their leaves do not wither. In all that they do, they prosper.

The wicked are not so, but are like chaff that the wind drives away.

Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous;

for the Lord watches over the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked will perish. 

 

SCRIPTURE READING #2 for June 17                              Carole James

Mark 4:26-34,  The Message

 

Then Jesus said, “God’s kingdom is like seed thrown on a field by a man who then goes to bed and forgets about it. The seed sprouts and grows—he has no idea how it happens. The earth does it all without his help: first a green stem of grass, then a bud, then the ripened grain. When the grain is fully formed, he reaps—harvest time!

“How can we picture God’s kingdom? What kind of story can we use? It’s like a mustard seed. When it lands on the ground it is quite small as seeds go, yet once it is planted it grows into a huge tree with thick branches that birds nest in.”

With many stories like these, he presented his message to them, fitting the stories to their experience and maturity. He was never without a story when he spoke. When he was alone with his disciples, he went over everything, sorting out the tangles, untying the knots.