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  • John T. Redman, CRE

July 10 Worship

Hello Union Church Presbyterians,

Worship this Sunday, July 10 will be in-person and streamed on YouTube to view at home. We will share prayers, songs, and reflections.

YouTube broadcast will begin at 10:25 am,


July 10, 2022 10:30 am


FLOWERS today are given by Marylin Mazza to the glory of God and in celebration of the joy brought to her by her grandsons, John, Jack, Jim, and Steven Mazza.

USHERS today are Cathy McCarty and Bob Beams. If you would like to usher, contact Dan Olson.

FELLOWSHIP HOSTS today are Sue Young and Karen Olson. Signup chart in the Fellowship Hall.

Sera DuBois will be speaking during worship today to tell us about her graduate school experience and how she will use the Marlyn MacDonald Scholarship funds.

SAVE THE DATES: Pastor John appearing in “Moon Over Buffalo”, a hilarious comedy/farce at the Playhouse at Museum Village in Monroe, weekends July 9-24.


Langley Phillips is working with Mount Saint Mary College on a project to find and genetically sequence bacteriophages. This is a nationwide effort run by a team at Carnegie-Mellon. If you have an apple or pear tree and would be willing to allow Langley to collect a small soil sample, please let us know. The phage they find today may help treat the fruit tree disease of the future! Thanks for any help. Contact James Phillips.

FUNDRAISING: There are two summer events being planned.

PARKING LOT “GARAGE SALE” Sat, July 30. Parking spaces are $25 each. Tables and chairs available for rent. Vendors are welcome!

BINO NIGHT Sat, Aug 13 from 6-9pm. $5 entry fee (pay at door) and $5 for each card played. Registration will be open until 6:30 pm. Refreshments available for purchase. Questions? Call Jeff Bousché.

FOOD PANTRY: NEXT OPEN Monday, July 18 Wednesday, July 20 from 9:30-11:30 am. Serving LOTS of people! If you would like to help, contact Kathy or Debby.


If you have individual prayer requests, please write them on prayer cards in the pews and bring them up or give them to an usher during the prelude.

**Kindly stand if you are able

PRELUDE Aria: “When Thou Art Near” Johann Sebastian Bach


CALL TO WORSHIP (Adapted from Psalm 25)

Leader: To you, O LORD, I lift up my soul. PEOPLE: Make me to know your ways, O LORD; teach me your paths. Leader: Lead me in your truth, and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation; for you I wait all day long. PEOPLE: Be mindful of your mercy, O LORD, and of your steadfast love, for they have been from of old. Leader: According to your steadfast love remember me, for your goodness' sake. PEOPLE: Good and upright is the LORD; therefore he instructs sinners in the way. Leader: He leads the humble in what is right, and teaches the humble his way. PEOPLE: All the paths of the LORD are steadfast love and faithfulness, for those who keep his covenant and his decrees.


God of grace and infinite goodness, you feed us with the bread of life, and you sustain us with the peace that sets our longing hearts at rest. You fill our cup with kindness, and it overflows with the bounty of your all-encompassing care. You chose to dwell among us and in us through Jesus and we praise and adore you in his name, Amen.

**OPENING HYMN “Like a River Glorious” Red #594


We struggle, we stumble, we fall, and each and every time you pick us up again, setting us on the path of your word and your promise. Let us confess our sins together.


Merciful God, we confess that we do not live lives in imitation of you and Christ. We are not always kind, or tenderhearted, or forgiving or loving. Forgive us, we pray, and implant your spirit in our hearts that we should do naturally what is godly in every way. And may our actions reflect the eternal life promised by Jesus Christ. Amen.

(A moment for silent personal confession)


All who come to God in Christ receive his mercy and his blessing. By the Good News of God’s love, we are forgiven.

**GLORIA PATRI Traditional, Red #807


**HYMN OF PRAISE “God of Grace and God of Glory” Red #669


God, source of all light, by your Word you give light to the soul. Pour out on us the spirit of wisdom and understanding that our hearts and minds may be opened. Amen.


OLD TESTAMENT Deuteronomy 30:9-14 Paul & Debby Hill NEW TESTAMENT Colossians 1: 3-5, 9-14

GOSPEL Luke 10:25-37

SERMON Just Who is Your Neighbor? John Redman, CRE


And Lord we pray for those in our own hearts whose names you already know, for their own healing and comfort, in your name and that of our redeemer Jesus Christ, who taught to pray, saying:

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.


Let us all consider what we have been blessed with and how we can best share it with those in greater need, even as we gift our church for its greater work to the Glory of God and the undying love of Jesus.

OFFERTORY “How Fair and Pleasant Thou Art” Marcel Dupre

**DOXOLOGY Traditional, Red #808


We thank you, our Lord for those gifts to us that we send to you for your work and ours in congregation, community, and culture. Guide us in good use as we ask in Jesus’ name. Amen.

**HYMN OF PARTING “Let Us Now Depart in Peace” Red # 842


POSTLUDE “God of Grace and God of Glory” arranged by Paul Manz


John Redman, CRE

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Union Church

44 Balmville Rd, Newburgh NY 12550

Phone: (845) 562-0954 Fax: (845) 562-0955

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