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WELCOME!

OUR F AT HE R WHO A R T I N
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T HI S DAY OUR DA I LY B R E A D;
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AS WE F OR GI V E OUR DE BT OR S ;
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WELCOME!
NEXT STEPS
If youre a guest with us this morning, or youve been
visiting First Pres, stop by First Step after the 11am worship
service. A 30-minute overview of life at this church, First Step
is hosted by Dr. Case Thorp in the Legacy Room. Its the
perfect place to ask questions and get to know others. The
Legacy Room is located just outside the Sanctuary, in the
Edington Ministry Center.
THIS WEEK
Next Sunday is the nal
week to bring donations
of non-perishable food
items for our Strike Hunger
month. Were still collecting
for the in-school food pantry
run by Conway Cares, and
helping hungry kids in our
neighborhoods. You can
nd a list of needed items at
fpco.org/hunger, and drop
them of in the collection
bins in the Edington Ministry
Center Lobby or under the
Angel Wing, between the
Sanctuary and Allen Hall.
Thank you for coming to First Presbyterian Church of
Orlando this morning! So glad youre here. We worship
together as a church family in four services on Sundays:
Traditional worship in the Sanctuary at 8:30 and 11am, and
Genesis worship in Lee Fellowship Hall at 9:45am and 11am.
If youd like to connect and learn more about this church,
one of our leaders will be available at the front of the room
after worship, or you can visit fpco.org/guest.
COMING UP
Many of you lled out a 2013-2014 Commitment Card
last fall as part of our stewardship focus. If you lled out a
card, look for yours in the mail this week. Cards have been
sealed and kept at the church so that the contents are part
of a personal commitment between God and your family.
Youre invited to a special dinner honoring the Jesus
Films 35th Anniversary and this church familys own
Vonnette Bright. Celebrate with us as we thank Vonette
for her vision and ministry, including the Jesus Film and our
partnership with Campus Crusade for Christ - July 27, at
6pm here in our Lee Fellowship Hall. Reserve your seat by
calling Robin Boyd at 407.423.3441, before July 22.
South Orange Avenue
will be closed between
Anderson Street and South
Street beginning Saturday,
July 19 through Sunday,
August 10. Additionally,
the right turn lane on
eastbound South Street
onto southbound Orange
Avenue from Boone is
unavailable during this time.
Streets immediately around
the First Presbyterian
Church of Orlando campus
and parking garage will
be open. Visit fpco.org for
detour maps.
WELCOME!
July 20, 2014
GENEROSITY
Stewardship Report as of July 13, 2014 (end of scal year)
Tithes & Oferings This Week Fiscal YTD
Budgeted $132,375 $177,011
Received $189,072 $236,589
Surplus/(Decit) $56,697 $59,578
Give easily and securely online from your smartphone at
fpco.org/mobile.
FAMILIES AT FIRST PRES
First Pres has three rooms to help young families on
Sunday mornings: one nursing room for mothers & infants,
next to the Prayer Room, between the Sanctuary and Lee
Fellowship Hall, and a second nursing room for mothers &
infants, on the 1st oor of Clayton Life Center next to the
elevators.
In addition, we have a Family Room for infants, children and
dads :-) , also on the rst oor of Clayton Life Center.
All three rooms have a live television feed from the worship
services.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ORLANDO
address 106 East Church St., Orlando Florida 32801
phone 407.423.3441
online fpco.org /rstpresorlando /fpcorlando
CONGREGATIONAL CARE
As a caring body of believers, please remember in your
prayers those recently hospitalized or recuperating at
home: Woody Blaker, Ron Haugh, and David Berkebile.
To be added to our prayer list call the Pastoral Care ofce
at 407.423.3441 x1455, or submit an online prayer request
at fpco.org/prayerrequest.
FAMILIES AT FIRST PRES
First Pres has three rooms to help young families on
Sunday mornings: one nursing room for mothers & infants,
next to the Prayer Room, between the Sanctuary and Lee
Fellowship Hall, and a second nursing room for mothers &
infants, on the 1st oor of Clayton Life Center next to the
elevators.
In addition, we have a Family Room for infants, children and
dads :-) , also on the rst oor of Clayton Life Center.
All three rooms have a live television feed from the worship
services.
G E N E S I S WOR S H I P T R A D I T I ON A L WOR S H I P
To Hear Gods Word
Prayer for Illumination Dr. David Swanson
*Scripture Reading Genesis 48:15-22;
Matthew 6:10
The Lords Prayer Sermon Series Bring It On!
Assisting in Genesis: Rev. Becky Davis.
NOTES
Still gone (heavy sigh). Greetings from Hilton Head,
SC as were getting ready for week two of Fun In The
Son. Its been an amazing time of worship here and
has been great to see our future generation of church
leadership worship so recklessly. The youth staf are
here to lead you this morning. Be responsive and
receptive as the Holy Spirit leads you. Love you, Church!
- Wil Brown
G E N E S I S WOR S H I P T R A D I T I ON A L WOR S H I P
During each of our weeks, all of us are engaged in various
activities and conversations. We have many things going
through our minds. We are reminded again and again of
the never-ending tragedies that surround us throughout
the world. With little efort, we can be weighed down with
an overwhelming sense of futility. But, one of the great
things of being in worship with fellow believers is that we
are always reminded of Gods story. Worship is not about
our world and our situation; it is about what God has done,
is doing, and continues to do in this world. In the end, God
wins. Worship is about regaining a larger perspective and
putting our lives back into the true focus: Christ has died,
Christ is risen, Christ will come again. Without worshiping
with other followers of Christ, we easily lose direction and
become lost in our worlds. This life is a journey through
an alien land. Though we live and work in this world to
make it better, this world is not our home. The booths
that the Jews build for the Festival of Booths always have
open roofs, to remind them that as they sleep at night, this
world is temporary and their ultimate home is in heaven.
The Lord will bring all of His adopted children home.
- Dr. Dan Sharp

(Please silence all phones and electronic devices.)
GATHERING
Prelude Berceuse
Louis Vierne
Announcements
Organ Meditation Improvisation
Josiah Armes
*Call to Worship I Sing the Mighty Power of God
arr. Dan Bird
*Processional Hymn of Praise
I Sing the Almighty Power of God
Hymn No. 31
*Ascription of Praise
Organ Praise
G E N E S I S WOR S H I P T R A D I T I ON A L WOR S H I P
*Passing of the Peace
St. Paul always greeted with the words, The peace of God be
with you. This is an appropriate way to greet fellow brothers
and sisters in Christ, and so we say, The peace of the Lord be
with you and respond, And also with you. We then pass this
greeting of peace to one another. At the passing of the peace
we should earnestly desire Gods peace upon each person we
greet.
Call to Prayer O Lord, Hear My Prayer
Taize
Pastoral Prayer
Ministry Focus (11:00) Jesus Film
Vonette Bright
Hymn of Faithfulness Find Us Faithful
Hymn No. 497
Confession of Faith (8:30) Westminster Confession
Congregation
THANKSGIVING
Thanksgiving Through Tithes and Oferings
*Doxology with alleluias lasst uns erfreuen
Hymn No. 23
*Prayer of Commitment
Anthem of Victory Soon and Very Soon
Andrae Crouch

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PROCLAMATION OF GODS WORD
To Hear Gods Word
Prayer for Illumination Dr. David Swanson
*Scripture Reading Genesis 48:15-22;
Matthew 6:10
Pew Bible p. 38 & 685
The Lords Prayer Sermon Series Bring It On!
G E N E S I S WOR S H I P T R A D I T I ON A L WOR S H I P
RESPONSE
*Hymn of Response For All the Saints
Hymn No. 529
v 1, 2, 5 & 6
*Invitation and Charge
*Benediction
Postlude Fughetta on Sine Nomine

* All who are able are invited to stand.
Assisting in Worship: Dr. Case Thorp, Dr. Dan Sharp and
Josiah Armes, organist.
Visual Arts: The owers on the Communion Table are given
to the glory of God in loving memory of parents, Florence
and Hugh McKnight, sister, Linda McKnight Batman, and
brother, David Forbes McKnight, by John H. McKnight, and
Lindas husband, John Batman, Davids wife, Martha, and
daughter, Shannon.

RECYCLE YOUR BULLETIN
8:30am & 9:45am worshipers can help the church be better
stewards of our resources and environment by placing this
worship bulletin in one of our recycling stations as you leave
today.
There are two right outside the Sanctuary: one in the Grand
Hallway leading to the Edington Ministry Center, and one
across from the entrance to the Prayer Room. If youre in Lee
Fellowship Hall, look for one to the right of the exit as you
leave.
The bulletins are reused for the 11:00am worship
service, and recycled on Monday morning.
WELCOME!
OCTOBER 1011
FPCO.ORG/WOF
For 19 years, the Women of Faith Tour has been
instrumental in reaching women around the country
with the good news of the Gospel. This October, the
tour will be here in Orlando and WE will be there...you
wont want to miss this! Get all the details online or
contact Lori Needham at lneedham@fpco.org, x1463.
Summr Niht
& Salads
peet
Ladies, join us for Summer Nights & Salads with a
feature presentation by professional organizer, Kim
Bignon, specializing in systems that simplify your life and
help you win back time. Invite your friends, co-workers,
neighbors and family! The cost is $25 (including a
yummy summer salad bufet) and registration closes
tomorrow at noon, July 21. Questions? Contact Lori
Needham at lneedham@fpco.org.
JULY 23 68PM
FPCO.ORG/WE