Sunday Worship Bulletin


For Sunday, 17 January 2021
Via Zoom • 10:00 am
Zoom ID: 882 0267 5713

Instructions for Zoom worship service
  • You can find the worship liturgy on our site or simply follow along with slides presented during the worship service
  • Please prepare a candle & lighter
  • Please mute your mics (if they’re unmuted) and wait for instructions on when to un-mute
  • We value interactive participation, but invite you to participate at the level at which you feel comfortable. For example, if you do not wish to join a breakout room, just send the pastors a message via Zoom private chat, email, or text. You can turn off your video as necessary!
  • Please check the chat boxes from time to time


Sermon series - Image of broken sign saying "justice" with text overlaid, "Broken Signposts: How Jesus helps us make sense of our world"

Call to Worship

From the PC(USA)

We rejoice and give thanks, 
Because we live sustained
by God’s presence and love.
As we mourn the wounds of God’s children,
God weeps with us.
As we give thanks for brothers and sisters
who have lived in faith, God connects us.

As we struggle for justice,
God strengthens us.
As we strive for peace,
God empowers us.
As we work to build the beloved community,
God works with us.

As we offer our gifts to all,
God blesses us.
We rejoice for we are sustained
by God’s presence and love;
We come to worship God.
Amen.


Family Praise

Your Love is Deep
Led by Elle Kim

NextGen Message

Led by Pastor Dan

Bless Younger Children to Play

Led by Pastor Dan


Prayer of Confession

Most holy and merciful God:
we acknowledge and confess
our slowness to do justice,
our unwillingness to serve You and others,
and our complicity in deferring
the dreams and hopes of the oppressed. 

We have refused to heed Your call
to do justly, to love mercy,
and to walk humbly with You, our God.
Far too easily, we cling to inequities
and desires that benefit us
but disadvantage others, both near and far.

Help us to name our sin,
to take responsibility for our actions,
and to be transformed in our hearts
and our actions. 

— Moment of silent prayer & confession —

Through Jesus, shake us from our sleep
with Your call to righteousness.
Move us to live holy lives 
with the compassion of Your grace;
and give us courage to join in Your dreams,
that Your will may be done,
on earth as in heaven.
Amen. 

Assurance of Forgiveness

Led by Pastor Dan




Prayers of the People

Adapted from Christ Church Cambridge

Oh God, in the fullness of time,
You sent Your Son
to proclaim freedom to captives
and recovery of sight to the blind.
In our own time, open our eyes
to the plight of all those who are poor,
oppressed, and broken-hearted in our midst. 

Thank You for the witness of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, who taught us
to build up the beloved community
in our church, in our nation, and in our world.

We commend to You the laws of this nation,
that they may serve liberty, equity, and peace for all.
We pray that You would inscribe
the law of Christ’s love upon our hearts,
to guide us in all righteousness and truth,
gentleness and understanding.

God of love, hear our prayer.
Look with compassion on all who suffer
throughout the world,
especially the vulnerable and defenseless,
the sorrowful, ill, and lonely,
and all who care for them.
May You bring healing, hope,
and restoration for all.

Lord of all nations, hear us.
We pray against the scourge of racism and hatred,
in our nation and across the world.
Grant Your church the strength of character
and depth of conviction to confront injustice
with boldness, determination, and love.  

— Moment of silent prayer & intercession —

Risen Christ, hear our prayer.
May the power of Your resurrection
tear down strongholds of darkness
and fill us with Your hope and joy,
that we would share these gifts freely
with the world around us.
In Jesus’ name we pray.
Amen. 

Passing of the Peace

Together
Text one person outside of this Zoom gathering to whom you want to spread Jesus’ love and joy today!


Worship Song

His Banner Over Me
Led by the Kim Family



Scripture Reading

John 10:10
led by Pastor Dan

Sermon

Guest Speaker:
Jesse Vigil, Director of Big Table San Diego


Sermon - Image of green tree in field with text overlaid, "John 10:10 NKJV, The thief does not come except to steal and to kill and destroy. I have come that they may have life and that they may have it more abundantly"


Announcements

Updates in our life together this week

Announcement - Image of notebook and laptop with text overlaid, "Giving Letters: Please email Sejun if you need a giving letter for 2020 from our church. We'll do our best to get them to you promptly!"


Worship Song

Broken Bread
Led by the Kim Family

Benediction

Led by Pastor Dan




Fellowship and Conversation

We will hang out if you’re available!