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How to Use this Service: This order of worship is intended to be a resource for people to worship in their own homes. The ser-vice can be led by an individual, or parts can be divided among those present. The message from Pastor Scott can be read and may also include a time for discussion. The suggested prayers may be used, but people are encouraged to include their own prayers as the Spirit guides them. If there are any questions, feel free to call Pastor Scott. He would be glad to give guidance and assistance. Also, this service will be live streamed on Facebook at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday.

L=Leader A=All

Song: Praise song – My Redeemer Lives

L: In the name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit
A: Amen

Greet One Another in Christian Love and Fellowship

Song: Praise Song – Oceans

L: Let us pray,
A: Almighty God, your Son Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life. Give us grace to love one another, to follow in the way of his commandments, and to share his risen life with all the world, for he lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.
A: Amen.

1 Peter 2:1-17 / John 14:1-14


Song: #789 “Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us”

L: Uplifted by the promised hope of healing and resurrection, we join the people of God in all times and places in praying for the church, the world, and all who are in need.
L: Lord, build up your church as living stones into a spiritual house. Continually strengthen your church, as it is built to bring you glory. Lord in your mercy…
A: hear our prayer.
L: Assist the leaders of nations to find and follow your ways of justice. Guide their way through the challenges of pandemic and poverty. Protect governors and legislators from sickness and burn-out. Despite our own considerable needs, keep us mindful of the needs of others, especially refugees and prisoners.
A: hear our prayer.
L: Accompany those who are sick, sorrowful, or con-fused. Comfort them in suffering, ease their distress, and carry their burdens. We beg you to protect us from the coronavirus, and we pray for those we name in our hearts before you, especially Skip Meisner, Barb Curry, Doug Walker, Jim Mandicino, and Jim Sorvaag’s sister, Karen, as they face the ordeals of cancer. We also pray for Ken Cain, Merle Hanslip, Marc Anfinson, and Janet Burrack, as they continue to face health issues; Ron Heaton and Mia Clark, recovering from surgery; and Katie Linder. We lift up the family of Pastor Dave Carlson, as well as our own Trinity family, as we mourn his death. Lord, in your mercy,
A: hear our prayer.
We pray for mothers. Sustain those who mother infants and children. Uphold the parents and grandparents who now must school their children. Provide enough food and resources for families. Grant safe pregnancy and delivery to expectant parents, and minister to those who endure infertility and miscarriage. Bless the countless relatives, medical workers, and hospice volunteers who give mothering care. Embrace all for whom today’s cultural celebration of mothers is difficult. Lord in your mercy,
A: hear our prayer.
L: Lord, we pray for school students as they end their academic year. Comfort them as they mourn the loss of graduation ceremonies, school proms, and gathering with friends. Lord in your mercy,
A: hear our prayer.
Here other intercessions may be offered.
L: With bold confidence in your love, almighty God, we place all for whom we pray into your eternal care; through Christ our Lord.


L: The Lord bless you and keep you, the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you, the Lord look upon you with favor, + and give you peace.

Sending Song: #619 – I Know That My Redeemer Lives