Worship Sequence – God’s Guidance and Care
To understand why we create corporate worship sequences for the community read this article by David Hartkopf.
- 560 G ‘Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus (G-4; G7-4)
- 583 C Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace
- 554 C It Is Well with My Soul (C-4; Ebm-4; Ab-4)
- 578 Db Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us
- 572 Db He Hideth My Soul
Welcome and Call to Worship: Our call to worship is taken from Psalm 23.
Invocation Prayer: Typically pastor or worship leader prays here. Musicians can begin playing the first hymn quietly in the background. [Optional Prayer: Father, we rest on Your promise, that You will guide us always, that You will satisfy our needs in difficult places. Thank you that you are enough and that Your strength is perfect in our weakness. Show us Your ways and teach us your paths. We pray that you will guide us and lead us into all truth. Our hope rests in You, O God of our Salvation. Amen.]
- 56 C I Will Call upon the Lord (as written; directly into)
- 630 C Be Still and Know (C-4; Am-2; D-2)
- 96 G Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah – vs. 1-2 (G-4; Em-3.5; “to rest in You alone, to rest in You alone.”)
- HG 67 A Still, My Soul, Be Still
- Greeting (Continue previous; A-4; Gm-4; C-4)
- Prayer Song – 626 F Gentle Shepherd, into 489 F Where He Leads Me – chorus only
Prayer: This is the main pastoral prayer for the service. Musicians may continue playing the last song softly behind prayer for the continued worshipful atmosphere.
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Jana has worked at God’s Bible School & College since 2009. She chairs the Division of Music and teaches courses in applied piano, piano pedagogy, piano literature, music theory, and philosophy of music.
Jana, along with her husband, Nicolae (Nick) Pop, lead worship at a local Cincinnati church.