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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: #398 – Holy Spirit Truth Divine


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


Hymn of Praise

Greet One Another in Christian Love and Fellowship

Praise Song – Spirit of the Living God

Prayer of the Day

L: The Lord be with you.
A: And also with you.

L: Let us pray,
A: O God, on this day you open the hearts of your faithful people by sending into us your Holy Spirit. Direct us by the light of that Spirit, that we may have a right judgment in all things and rejoice at all times in your peace, through Jesus Christ, your Son and our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

First Reading Acts 2:1-21
Second Reading 1 Corinthians 12:3b-31

L: The Holy Gospel according to St. John the 20th chapter:
A: Glory to you, O Lord.

John 20:19-23

L: The Gospel of the Lord
A: Praise to you, O Christ.


Song: #400 – God of Tempest, God of Whirlwind


L: On this day of Pentecost we unite in prayer, asking God to send the Holy Spirit on the church, the world, and all who are in need.
L: We pray for the church around the globe:
For the Eastern Orthodox churches, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
For the Roman Catholic church, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
For Protestant and Anglican churches, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
For Pentecostal churches, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
For evangelicals and independents, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!

L: For our own congregation, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
And for everyone who searches for you, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: Restore with your breath the whole creation, especially the lands and waters laden with pollution and the animals whose habitats are threatened. For your earth, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: Send your Spirit on the leaders of nations, on legislators, and on judges, that the people of the world will benefit from your justice and your peace. For the nations of the world, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: Visit all who are suffering, all who feel hopeless, and all who face death. Send healing to those we name here 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, Janet Burrack, and Mary Olorundami’s grandfather, Ray Horton, as they continue to face health issues; and Katie Linder. We lift up the family of Jason Strehlow for the loss of his father. Comfort them and give them your peace. For all who are in need, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: Restore to health those who have contracted the virus. Uphold health-care workers, grant jobs to those who are unemployed, and assist researchers in dis-covering a vaccine. For all who are confronting the coronavirus, we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: Show our nation and our churches how to connect with those whose language we cannot speak. For the speakers of every language under the sun we pray:
Come, Holy Spirit!
L: With bold confidence in your love, almighty God, we place all for whom we pray into your eternal care; through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.

Lord’s Prayer
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: Praise Song