Second Sunday after PentecostJune 19, 2022 /10:45 a.m.

Order of WorshipPreludeJ. Donald DumpsonWork of the CommunitySong of PraiseCarla Jones BrownFaithful Is Our GodCongregationFaithful, faithful, faithful is our God (4x)I'm reaping the harvest God promised meTake back what the devil stole from meAnd I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allYes, I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allHoly, holy, holy is our God (4x)I'm reaping the harvest God promised meTake back what the devil stole from meAnd I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allYes, I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allJesus, Jesus, Jesus is our God (4x)I'm reaping the harvest God promised meTake back what the devil stole from meAnd I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allYes, I rejoice today, for I shall recover it allCall To WorshipLeader:People:Leader:People:The Lord is merciful and compassionate, very patient,and full of faithful love.The Lord is good to everyone and everything;God’s compassion extends to all God’s handiwork!All that you have made gives thanks to you, Lord;all your faithful ones bless you!Come, let us worship our God, whose faithfulnessendures forever.Congregational Hymn (see insert)In The Midst of New DimensionsCongregation

Invitation to Tell the TruthPrayer of ConfessionGod of Everlasting Change, we confess that we are stubborn.We don’t like change. We want things to stay as they once were.Like the people of the Exodus, O God, sometimes we rememberonly the good things of the past and forget the horrors that You havehelped us to leave behind. Like the people of the Exile, O God,sometimes we have grown comfortable with the status quo instead ofremembering that You have called us into liberation.Transform our hearts, O God. Open us to listen for Your Wisdom.Help us to know Your transformative love. Guide us to move into Yourways of compassion, justice, healing, and hope. In the name of Christ,who calls us all into resurrection, into new life now and forever, we pray.A moment for silent reflection and confessionLeader: We entrust these prayers to you O God. AmenAll: Amen.Assurance of ForgivenessPassing the PeaceAmen, Amen, Amen!Leader:Peace of Christ be with you.People: And also with you.Congregation*Sung Response of Thanksgiving Thank You, LordThank You Lord (3x), I just want to thank you Lord.Been So Good (3x), I just want to thank you Lord.Saved My Soul (3x) I just want to thank you Lord.CongregationScripture ReadingMatthew 14:13-21 NRSV13 Now when Jesus heard this, he withdrew from there in a boat to a desertedplace by himself. But when the crowds heard it, they followed him on foot fromthe towns. 14 When he went ashore, he saw a great crowd, and he hadcompassion for them and cured their sick. 15 When it was evening, the disciplescame to him and said, “This is a deserted place, and the hour is now late; send thecrowds away so that they may go into the villages and buy food forthemselves.” 16 Jesus said to them, “They need not go away; you give themsomething to eat.” 17 They replied, “We have nothing here but five loaves and two

fish.” 18 And he said, “Bring them here to me.” 19 Then he ordered the crowds tosit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish, he looked up toheaven and blessed and broke the loaves and gave them to the disciples, and thedisciples gave them to the crowds. 20 And all ate and were filled, and they tookup what was left over of the broken pieces, twelve baskets full. 21 And those whoate were about five thousand men, besides women and children.Leader:People:SermonThe Word of God for the People of GodThanks be to GodMission Focus*Response to the Word(see insert)We Are All One in MissionRose NilesCongregationPrayers of the People and The Lord’s PrayerOur Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdomcome, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day ourdaily bread; and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors;and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine isthe kingdom and the power and the glory, forever. Amen.Offering of SelfBenedictionCarla Jones BrownRose Niles*Please rise in body or spirit.

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WELCOME to Arch Street Presbyterian Church1724 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, 215-563-3763MinistersEldersDeaconsPastorsAll Members of the ChurchDeborah Castellucci, [email protected] Chapman, [email protected] Haynes, [email protected] Jenkins, [email protected] Johnson, [email protected] Koerwer, [email protected] McKinney, [email protected] Dunlap Kiah, [email protected] Pearson, [email protected] Peterson, [email protected] Pettit, [email protected] Chapman, [email protected] DeJong, [email protected] DiCicco, [email protected] Gardephe, [email protected] Golden, [email protected] Greco, [email protected] Smith, [email protected] McKinley, [email protected]. Carla Jones Brown, Senior Pastor, [email protected]. Mike Pulsifer, Pastor for Outreach, [email protected] of the ArtsJ. Donald Dumpson, [email protected] of OperationsSextonPreschool DirectorFemi Jordan, [email protected] CabreraVeronica Alvarado-Frias, [email protected] TO ARCH STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHWe are grateful you have chosen to join us for worship. Arch Street Presbyterian Churchhas a rich history and a vital future before it. We aim to be an inviting, caring, andcommitted congregation in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. If you wish to learnmore about this congregation or get involved at a deeper level, please reach out to us viaour website. Someone from our pastoral staff will reply to you. You can also find moreinformation about us at

WELCOME to Arch Street Presbyterian Church 1724 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, 215-563-3763 Ministers All Members of the Church Elders Deborah Castellucci, debor[email protected] Lawyer Chapman, [email protected]