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New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church

7845 Coles Ferry PK, Lebanon, TN 37087 | Church Phone 449-7020 | www.NewHopeCPChurch.com | email: NewHopehrch0@gmail.com | CCLI Copyright License #11118959
Lead Pastor: Vernon Burrow 406-6385 | Minister of Music: Ben Spicer | Worship Leader/Projectionist: Rebecca Butler
Order for the Public Worship of God
October 12, 2014 Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost 10:00 a.m.
Enter to Worship
THE PRELUDE (Please begin to take your seats to prepare for worship)
*THE LIGHTING OF THE CANDLES (The Light of Christ enters) Acolytes
*THE PRAISE MEDLEY
All Heaven Declares
More Precious than Silver
O Lord, Youre Beautiful
*THE INVOCATION AND PRAYER OF PRAISE
*THE GLORIA PATRI Glory Be To the Father #623
CHILDRENS TIME (Children may come to the stage at this time. Parents may ac-
company very young children as needed. We will sing Jesus Loves Me as the chil-
dren return to their seats.)
THE PRAYER OF CONFESSION (In Unison)
Holy and awesome God, we stand in your presence, filled with regret for our
many sins and failings.
Though there is greatness in us, and a deep longing for goodness, we have of-
ten denied our better selves and refused to hear your voice calling us to rise to
the full height of our humanity; For there is weakness in us, as well as
strength.
At times we choose to walk in darkness, our vision obscured.
We do not care to look within and we are unwilling to look beyond at those
who need our help.
O God, we are too weak to walk unaided; Be with us as a strong and wise
friend and teach us to walk by the light of your truth.
INDIVIDUAL CONFESSIONS (Pray silently)
THE ASSURANCE OF PARDON
*HYMN Jesus Paid It All #210
THE ANNOUNCEMENTS
THE OFERTORY SENTENCE What shall I return to the Lord for all His bounty to
me? I will lift up the cup of salvation and call on the name of the Lord; I will pay my
vows to the Lord in the presence of all His people. Psalm 116:12-14
THE GIVING OF HIS TITHES AND OUR OFFERINGS
*THE DOXOLOGY Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow #625
*THE PRAYER OF DEDICATION
SPECIAL MUSIC Every Road Lisa Thompson, Anna King, Alene Gibson
THE SCRIPTURE READING Matthew 22:1-14
THE SERMON Invited By Grace, Made Over By Choice Pastor Burrow
THE INVITATION TO CHRISTIAN DISCIPLESHIP & CHURCH MEMBERSHIP
*THE HYMN OF INVITATION Are You Washed in the Blood? #190
THE PASTORAL PRAYER AND PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE
THE LORDS PRAYER (In Unison)
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, the power and
the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
*THE BLESSING AND BENEDICTION
*PARTING HYMN Blest Be the Tie That Binds (Vs. 1 & 3) #286
*EXTINGUISHING THE CANDLES (Taking the Light into the World) Acolytes
*POSTLUDE
Leave to Serve

*Where this mark appears, all who are able please stand to honor God.
(Feel free to stand or keep seated according to your own comfort needs.)


Ministry Leaders
Today: Lock-Up: Lock-Up: Robert Haynes. Media: Sean Haynes.
Nursery: Help Needed. Hospitality: Evelyn Price.
Ushers: Alene & Worm Gibson, Bobby & Lisa Thompson


Next Sunday, Oct. 19: Lock-Up: Evelyn Price. Media: Alene Gibson.
Nursery: Help Needed. Hospitality: Anna King.
Ushers: Jimmy Reynolds, Don ONeal, Van McCallum, Clayton Fisher


Connection Card October 12, 2014
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12th) Adult (30 50)
College Student Median Adult (51 64)
Young Adult (18 29) Senior (65+)


Prayer Requests
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Praise and Answered Prayer





How Can I Connect?
Acolyte Ministry
Advertising/Brochures/Media
Adult Sunday School
Building & Grounds Maint.
Choir
Childrens Ministry/ Sunday
School
CPW (Womens Fellowship)
Event Planning
Flowers/Altar/Chancel Guild
Food Pantry
Greeter/Usher
Hospitality (Narthex table)
Mens Sat. Fellowship
Mid-Week Prayer Group
Missions (Haiti, Compassionate
Hands, etc.)
Nursery/Pre-School
Open/Lock-Up/Security Check
Sound Board/Lighting/Projector
Van Ministry (driver, ride along)
Visitation/Benevolence/Cards
Youth Ministry (Jr. & Sr. High)
Other _____________________
Our Prayer Requests
The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous person availeth much. James 5:16
(For additions to or deletions from this list please call 449-7020.)
-Jesse Ulner
-Mary Raines (Adopting a child)
-Faith Manning (needing Leg Surgery)
-The Manning family
-Karen Crowder (Cancer diagnosis)
-Jamie Gambel
-The Leeman family
-Lee Ann Crosslin
-Dena Cazee
-Bill Binney (Richs brother, cancer)
-Ed Triplet (Gina Jones brother-in-law)
-Louann & Gill Gustafson
-Amanda Greene (leukemia diagnosis)
-Abigail Jardina
-Pauline Horton
-Glenda Williams (Richs co-worker)
-Helen Moss (Rachel Greers mother)
-Bob Martin (upon the passing of his sister,
Sarah Voss)
-Zadock Legatzke (Benny Watkins request,
two-year-old boy with brain cancer)
-The Thomas family (loss of Arlene Thomas)
-Ted Sweeton (Kidney cancer)
-Connie Petrosky (bypass surgery)
-Lucia Butler (Charlies mother)
-Harley Meyers (Bens friend)
-Kathy Saucier (Mary Jos friend, cancer)
-Gerald (Bubby) Saucier (Mary Jos friend,
suffered strokes)
-Franklin Thompson
-Ron Hensley (recovering still)
-Lisa Bartlett (Scott and Brians mother)
-Dora Crawford (homebound)
-Vivian Smrtic (out-of-state member)

























































Service & Sermon Notes
























Welcome to Worship
elcome to New Hope Church, now into our third century serving God! If
you are visiting, you will discover a loving, spirit-filled church family. Here
is some helpful information as you join us in worship today:
- All who worship here are equals in the sight of God, regardless of race, age, gen-
der, physical disability or religious affiliation.
- Communion, when celebrated, is open to all who profess Christ as Lord and Sav-
ior, whether affiliated with this church or not. Children may partake of Commun-
ion as well, if parents approve.
- A nursery is available during the service; please see a greeter for directions. (This
is for infants and children up to 3 years of age.)
- Handicap-accessible restrooms are located off the narthex (main foyer) and adja-
cent to the entrance lobby in the Fellowship Hall/Gym.
- Please complete the tear-off attendance slip attached to the bulletin and drop it in
the offering plate so we will have a record of your visit with us today.
- Thank you for remembering to silence your cell phone during the service.
- We ask that there be no food or beverages in the sanctuary, please.
- If you arrived as a visitor we hope that you leave as a friend and worship with
us often!
New Hope Church exists to:
Glorify God in worship and rejoice in our life together;
Share the Good News of the Gospel in word and deed;
Reach as many as we can with the saving love of Jesus;
Help each person grow toward Christian maturity,
and find their place of service in the church and in the world.

Ministries/Activities Within Our Church
The Church Session will meet this Tuesday evening, October 14 at 6:30 in the
conference room.
Choir Practice is each Sunday morning right after the Worship Service. The
New Hope Choir is more than a choir, but a small fellowship in itself. If you en-
joy singing, Ben invites you to join them!
Wednesday Prayer Meetings continue at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Burrow leads a de-
votional thought; we share prayers for each other and for the church family.
Prayer is vital part of a Christians life. We encourage everyone to attend, espe-
cially those who are ordained elders in the church.
Food Pantry Please remember the church Food Pantry. As winter approaches
we need to have the pantry in good order by bringing canned and dry goods.
Please see Evelyn Price for whats needed.
Booster Seats! We have a serious need of booster seats and child seats for the
church van. We would prefer new ones due to safety and cleanliness issues, but
if anyone has anything gently used we wont turn it away!
Van Drivers Needed. Michael King has volunteered to help drive the van!
Thanks, Mike! We are in need of about two more folks. This is an urgent and
important ministry. If you would like to volunteer and have a CDL license, that
is all we need, along with a copy of your drivers license. If you do not have a
CDL, you need to take a short driving quiz on the churchs insurance website to
qualify, and give us a copy of your drivers license. Please see Johnny Crowder
or Robbie Haynes to volunteer.
Sound Booth Technicians/Helpers needed. Thanks to Alene Gibson for vol-
unteering! We need more flexibility in this important ministry. Please see Rick
White or Johnny Crowder if you are interested, or indicate your interest on the
back of the tear-off portion of the bulletin today.
Stephen Ministry - Got a burden? You dont have to carry that burden alone.
You can have a Stephen Minister who will spend time with you, listen to you,
and walk beside you. If you or someone you know is interested in receiving care
through the Stephen Ministry program at New Hope, please contact the pastor
through the Church office at (615) 449-7020 and request that a Stephen minister
contact you.

Calendar of Upcoming Special Events through December:
October 26, Sunday Annual Fall Fest and Trunk-or-Treat/Hayride/Bonfire
5:30 -8:00 pm
November 2, Sunday Daylight Saving Time ends (fall back one hour Sat. nite)
November 2 Nov. 23 Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes (Melissa Ivey,
coordinator)
November 9, Sunday 2015 Trust Cards handed out.
November 19, Wed. Church Family Thanksgiving Dinner at 6:00 pm.
November 23, Sunday Community Thanksgiving Service (at LaGuardo Baptist,
meal at 5:00, service at 6:00)
November 30, Sunday First Sunday in Advent, Hanging of the Green Evening
Service at 5:00 pm with Finger Foods after.
December 1 March 30 Compassionate Hands Homeless Ministry
December 14, Sunday Children & Youth Christmas Program (5:00) & Party
(6:00). Practice starts Sunday morning Nov. 2 at 9:00.
December 17, Wed. Christmas Caroling (meet at the church at 5:00)
December 24, Wed. Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion Service (6:00


Scripture Reference
Matthew 22:1-14 New International Version (NIV)
The Parable of the Wedding Banquet
22 Jesus spoke to them again in parables, saying:
2
The kingdom of heaven is like a
king who prepared a wedding banquet for his son.
3
He sent his servants to those who
had been invited to the banquet to tell them to come, but they refused to come.
4
Then he sent some more servants and said, Tell those who have been invited that I
have prepared my dinner: My oxen and fattened cattle have been butchered, and eve-
rything is ready. Come to the wedding banquet.
5
But they paid no attention and went offone to his field, another to his business.
6
The rest seized his servants, mistreated them and killed them.
7
The king was en-
raged. He sent his army and destroyed those murderers and burned their city.
8
Then he said to his servants, The wedding banquet is ready, but those I invited did
not deserve to come.
9
So go to the street corners and invite to the banquet anyone
you find.
10
So the servants went out into the streets and gathered all the people they
could find, the bad as well as the good, and the wedding hall was filled with guests.
11
But when the king came in to see the guests, he noticed a man there who was not
wearing wedding clothes.
12
He asked, How did you get in here without wedding
clothes, friend? The man was speechless.
13
Then the king told the attendants, Tie him hand and foot, and throw him outside,
into the darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
14
For many are invited, but few are chosen.





Lectionary Readings
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost Color: Green.
Exodus 32:1-14. While Moses was up on the mountain with God, the people became
anxious. Aaron led them to fashion a golden calf and to worship it. This appalled
God and Moses. Only through Moses'
intercession was disaster averted.
Psalm 106:1-6, 19-23.
Philippians 4:1-9. Paul addresses the specific
conflict in the community at Philippi head-on,
calling the two chief parties in the conflict by
name and asking for the assistance of
Syzygos, their bishop (?), whose name means
"yokemate," to help resolve it. The letter then
turns towards its close, with exhortations to
rejoice, trust God, and focus all thoughts on
worthy things.
Matthew 22:1-14. Jesus tells the parable of
the Wedding Banquet. Those invited did not
respond, so the king ordered his servants to hit
the streets and alleys to invite everyone to come. One person came who refused to
dress appropriately; he was promptly thrown out. The conclusion: many are called,
but few are chosen.