Today we celebrate Trinity Sunday. We have a model of perfect unity in the Godhead — Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The God we worship and praise is uniquely One and yet three persons. Jesus prayed to the Father that we would be united as one just as He and the Father were one. Let this be our prayer as we gather.
The scriptures for this Sunday are found here:
Order of Service
Call to Worship
Jesus prayed that we, the church, would be one, just as he and the Father are one. Today we offer our praise and prayer together, as one body, in Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit. In harmony, let us glorify God — Father, Son and Spirit.
All Praise to Him
Reading of the Scriptures
Prayer of Petition
Holy, Holy, Holy
Only A Holy God
Prayer of Confession
Triune God, we praise you as the God of love and life. Though Jesus prayed that we would be one, we confess that we fail to live in unity with each other and with you. We break our communion through hostile words and unkind actions. We long for your Spirit to heal us and to correct us. We long for you to help us experience communion with you and with each other as we gather around your Word. Even now, dependent on your grace we commit ourselves to live more fully in the unity you desire. Through Christ, our Lord, Amen.
Assurance of Pardon
from Pastor Scott
Please take the time to look over the Order of Service for this Sunday and use it to prepare your minds and hearts to gather in the name of Jesus. A downloadable version of this Order of Service is available for you here to open and use this Sunday to follow along. We will begin our liturgy this Sunday at 9:30am followed by our morning message from one of our pastors. Additional music will follow for worship and reflection after the sermon.
If you would like to make yourself familiar with the music for this Sunday, you can find the songs listed in the Order of Service at the top of our Spotify playlist found here. Each week our playlist will be updated so that you can familiarize yourself with the music.
We look forward to our time together this Sunday morning via Facebook Live from our Redeemer Church Facebook page.