The chapel service at Menaul School follows the form of worship in the Presbyterian tradition

There is a reason for what we do and why we do it the way we do it. First, it is God who takes initiatives in our relationship with God. God gathers us in as a community to come into God’s presence, to receive the Word for our spiritual nourishment. We then respond to God with songs, prayers, and the sharing of our community life happenings. Finally, we are sent into the Word to live out the message we’ve been given, encouraged and empowered. Sea La Luz!

The whole community comes together every Tuesday from 12:40PM to 1:20PM. This year, we are starting the weekly Community Chapel in Hart Park. The 8th grade students in the World Religion class are invited to serve as liturgist, leading the community in worship. The students participating in the “A Year with the Bible” will also assist from time to time.

MENAUL SCHOOL COMMUNITY CHAPEL

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 12:40PM – 1:20PM
Liturgist: Nicholas B. and Carlos C.

GATHERING

Candle Lighting:
Student A: Peace of God Be with You.
Student B: And also with you.
Call to Worship:
Student A: We are here by God’s invitation to be part of God’s Beloved Community.
Student B: Please join us in the Call to Worship, by responding together “We Are Here.”

Student: B
God has called you to be present, in this moment, in this space. Are you here?

Student A and Everyone: We are here!

Student B: God delights when we welcome one another. Are you here?

Student A and Everyone: We are here!

Student B: God calls us to be one for another, to thrive together. Are you here?

Student A and Everyone: We are here!

Musical Solo: “I Love You Lord.” Mr. Leon Lake

THE WORD

Student B:
The Scripture passage today is from the Hebrew Bible, Jeremiah 17: 7-8. I’ll read in the the Common English Bible translation. This is our theme Bible verse for this school year.

Happy are those who trust in the LORD,
who rely on the LORD.
They will be like trees planted by the streams,
whose roots reach down to the water.
They won’t fear drought when it comes;
their leaves will remain green.
They won’t be stressed in the time of drought
or fail to bear fruit.

The Message: Mr. Lindsey Gilbert

RESPONSE

Community Life (Announcements)
Community Prayer: Chaplain Takako

SENDING

Closing Song Everyone

“There’s a Sweet, Sweet Spirit in this Place”

Dismissal

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