– Sermon Preview from Rev Meg Jackson Clark, Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, GA
Sermon Preview for 4/25/21
Join Pastor Meg at a spot in ancient Jerusalem where Jesus gave a blind man sight. The specific reading this week in John's Gospel deals with the narrative of the good shepherd. Just what exactly is it that Jesus was saying to the Pharasees...and to us? Be with us Sunday morning in person or online to find out what a shepherd has to do with Easter. And share this video with your friends here on Facebook and invite them to join in to hear the word at 11:00 am on Sunday.Posted by First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro GA on Thursday, April 22, 2021
This is our Worship Service for this Sunday in the Sanctuary or on Line.
Worship First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, GA
April 25, 2021, Forth Sunday of Easter
Proclamation of the Word
Prayer of Illumination Barbara Allen
Scripture Palm 23 Barbara Allen
Anthem Savior, like a Shepherd Lead Us Sanctuary Choir
Scripture John 10: 11-18
Sermon The Easter Shepherd Rev. Meg Jackson Clark
Sunday School begins at 9:45 AM. Join us live in the Fellowship Hall class or by Zoom. The First Presbyterian Sunday School Class serves great coffee! If you care to Zoom, Meeting ID: 896 0017 6310, Passcode 851462. Call or Text Chuck Thorp 770-364-3854 if you want to Zoom by One Tape Mobile and listen. Our study is "Breaking the Code" by Bruce Metzger.
Worship will be live in the Sanctuary at 11 AM and on Facebook.
Online Worship: Our service this Sunday can be viewed at 11 AM. The Sunday Service can be viewed by going to our site www.facebook.com/
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Announcements and Prayer List for our Church
If you have or know of a need for prayer, a meal, or a visit, please contact Pastor Meg ior Elder Barbara Allen.
Revelation Bible Study begins Sunday, April 25. Join us each week in the Fellowship Hall at 9:45 a.m. for a 9 week study guided by the book & DVD “Breaking the Code”, by Bruce Metzger.
One Great Hour of Sharing offering for needs following disaster continues to be received through April.
MEALS ON MAIN will provide their next meal to any who need one on Saturday, May 1. For more information or to volunteer, contact coordinators Patty Aldrin at 616-560-7210 or Beth Lewis at 706-347-0856.
Next Sunday, May 2, we will celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.
National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 6. A community prayer service is planned for 12 - 1 p.m. at Briarpatch Farm located at 725 Pea Ridge Rd, Eatonton, GA. Pastors from Greene and Putnam County will be providing leadership.
Save the date for Presbyterian Heritage Sunday - May 23. Worship will include a celebration of our Scottish heritage, complete with bagpipes, drums and a ceremony known as “Kirkin of the Tartans.” Following worship, we will enjoy lunch on the grounds. More info to come.
Worship Note: In the coming weeks, we will gradually lift some of our COVID-19 restrictions as more of our folks become fully vaccinated. Pew Bibles will return to the pews soon, and on May 23, we plan to sing a congregational hymn, and hear what the choir sounds like “unmasked.” We hope to be able to be “mask-optional” by June. As always with COVID-19, plans are subject to change.
Prayer Concerns- Bill Corry, Family of Bruce Aldrin, Connie Cholar, David Blough, Fran Blough, Gabrielle Keen, Harrison Marcus, Johnnie Satterfield, Liz Reed, Marcus Pinson, Marie Kent Rainey, Oliva Rojeski, Patrick Lipscomb, Sam Marshall, Susie Pressley, Our National and World Leaders, Veterans and Military Members , Our Health Care Workers.
Let us remember our church members and friends: As we offer intentional prayer, let us pray for: Charles Webb