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welcome

Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of


Orlando this morning! We worship together as a church
family in four services on Sundays: Traditional worship in
the Sanctuary at 8:15am and 11am, and Genesis worship
in the Sanctuary at 9:45am and in Lee Fellowship Hall at
11:00am. Check in and let us know youre here: visit our
Legacy Room for a cup of coffee and say hello, or text
FPCO to the number 313131.

save the date


TODAY: Come by our Generosity tables in the Grand
Hall and under the Angel Wing for more generosity
events and information.
TODAY: Are you friendly and love God's people?
We're looking for Usher/Greeter volunteers. Please
contact Lori Needham at x1463 for details and to help
out.
November 12: All men are invited to sing in the
choir! One rehearsal only; this Thursday, November 9
from 6:30-7:30pm.
November 12: Second Sunday. Take a few minutes
to make new friends after worship. Join us under the
Angel Wing (between the Sanctuary and Allen Hall).
November 15: Womens Cancer Support meets,
12pm-1pm with a light lunch provided. RSVP to Maddy
Vilar at 407.423.3441 x1159.
November 18: Fall ServeDay. 9AM-12PM. Register
by November 10 at fpco.org/serve or visit our table
under the Angel Wing this morning.
December 2: Women Engaged Christmas Social.
Join us for tea, hosted by Leigh Swanson at 1pm.
fpco.org/we
NOVEMBER 5, 2017

congregational care
As a caring body of believers, please remember in your
prayers those who have recently been hospitalized or are
recuperating at home: Betty Rice, and the Webber twins,
born October 25.
Our sympathy to Alan and Diana Xue Chen on the death
of his mother, Ellen Chen, October 25th.
To be added to our prayer list call the Pastoral Care office
at 407.423.3441 x1455, or submit an online prayer request at
fpco.org/prayerrequest.

PARTICIPATION
IN GIVING

generosity 34.1%
SEPTEMBER 2017
Stewardship Report as of October 29, 2017.
Thank you for your faithful generosity.
Because we believe participation (and not a dollar amount)
is key in our giving, we are now reporting our churchs
giving participation percentage weekly.
Our financial numbers will appear on a monthly basis for
continued transparency in budgeting.
Give easily and securely online from your smartphone at
fpco.org/mobile.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ORLANDO


address 106 East Church St., Orlando Florida 32801
phone 407.423.3441
online fpco.org /firstpresorlando /fpcorlando
GENESIS WORSHIP
WELCOME
Prayer for Illumination Tanner Fox
*Scripture Reading Micah 6:8
pew bible p. 659

At the conclusion of our Scripture reading, the leader will say,


This is the word of the Lord. The congregation is invited to
respond, Thanks be to God.

Message Generously and Justly

SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER


Invitation to the Table
Prayer of Consecration
Words of Institution
Serving of the Bread
Serving of the Cup

Assisting in Worship: Rev. Brad Staton and Wil Brown.

(Give securely on your smartphone at fpco.org/mobile)

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Our Genesis services utilize an environmental lighting effect


called haze, a theatrical humidifier to thicken the air to enhance
lighting. Both Lee Fellowship Hall and Sanctuary hazers are
water-based and safe.

NOTES
TRADITIONAL WORSHIP
On this particular Sunday when we turn our attention
to caring for the poor and the afflicted, let me
encourage you to turn to No.431 in your hymnal in
preparation for worship. There you will find the words
of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, in a prayer for those in
need. If there was ever a person in our lifetime who
gave her life to serving the poor and hurting, it was
she. One of the strengths of this new hymnal is all of
the resources it brings to worship beyond the well-
chosen hymn collection. I know we live in an age of
screens in worship and screens in abundance,
(i.e. phones, laptops, iPads, and so forth), but let
us not abandon books. How many hymns have you
memorized off the screens? Can you meditate or reflect
on a line from a screen? What about reading the verses
of a hymn as you prepare for worship? Do you have any
sense of how a tune goes from the screen? And for the
singers, how do you sing parts from a screen? If you
want to look up as you sing, hold the hymnal higher!
There is nothing wrong with screens, but there are
limitations. One of the glories of the Reformation was
books, books in the language of the people. Let me
encourage you: whether it is your Bible or some other
book, read, memorize, and reflect. A book needs no
electricity to work and their batteries never run out!
-Dr. Dan Sharp

(Please silence all phones and electronic devices

GATHERING
Prelude
In Paradisum theodore dubois

Welcome

Call to Worship
Almighty God will james

*Processional Hymn of Praise no. 70


God Is Love, Let Heaven Adore Him abbots leigh

*Ascription of Praise

Organ Praise

Pastoral Report
*Passing of the Peace

Call to Prayer no. 815


Cast Thy Burden Upon the Lord felix mendelssohn

Pastoral Prayer and Lords Prayer

THANKSGIVING
Thanksgiving Through Tithes and Offerings

*Glory Be to the Father no. 805


*Prayer of Commitment

(Give securely on your smartphone at fpco.org/mobile)

Anthem of Devotion
Walking with God basler
The Chancel Choir

PROCLAMATION OF GODS WORD


Prayer for Illumination Tanner Fox
*Scripture Reading Micah 6:8
pew bible p. 659

At the conclusion of our Scripture reading, the leader will say,


This is the word of the Lord. The congregation is invited to
respond, Thanks be to God.

Message Generously and Justly

SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER


Invitation to the Table
Prayer of Consecration
Words of Institution
Serving of the Bread
Serving of the Cup
RESPONSE
*Hymn of Response no. 426
Lord, Whose Love Through Humble Service
beach spring

*Invitation and Charge

*Benediction

*Choral Response
Alleluia Amen eugene butler

Postlude
Fugue in C Major edvard grieg

* All who are able are invited to stand.

Assisting in Worship: Dr. Case Thorp, Dr. Daniel Sharp, and


interim organist, Dr. Glen Olsen.

WAYS TO GIVE YOUR OFFERING


Automatic Deduction By texting
(ACH) set up an electronic Give securely on your phone
withdrawal directly from via text message. Just text
your financial institution to an amount to 407-449-1077.
the church on a recurring (You can designate for the
basis. operating fund or ARISE AND
BUILD.)
Offering Envelopes
In the Mail
pre-printed envelopes from
You can mail a check directly
the church.
to the church, care of the
Online Finance Office with your
Giving through our website envelope number.
at fpco.org/give is fast and
Cash in the offering plate
available 24/7 on any device.
Make sure to use a giving
envelope if you want the
Non-cash gifts
contribtion noted on your
Gifts of stock, estate gifts
year-end statement.
or other non-cash gifts are
totally tithable.