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More than a Rising Star


Passage: Isaiah 60:1-6

Speaker: David Brown

May God's grace bless you this Epiphany. Follow him and let him guide you to the right path this New Year. Share in worship and prayer as Pastor David W. Brown "More than a Rising Star " for this Epiphany, Jan. 7.   
For this worship service we will have special music by A-Town Sound
featuring our Bell Choir Director, Chester Imhausen.
The Armstrong Choir will lead us in songs to our savior music with Stacey Haney on the organ and piano. Today, we will sing songs to our savior with hymns; We Three Kings, Sing We Now of Christmas, and The First Noel.  During this worship we will highlight what is happening in our Children’s Sunday School with a special Children’s Moment led by Dianna Sheely. Special thanks to Beth E. for being the liturgist and leading us in the Call to Worship and scripture passages.

Preformed by A-Town Sound 
Joy to the World 
Do You Hear What I Hear?
We Three Kings
We three kings of Orient are; 
bearing gifts we traverse afar, 
field and fountain, moor and mountain, 
following yonder star. 
O star of wonder, star of light, 
star with royal beauty bright, 
westward leading, still proceeding, 
guide us to thy perfect light. 
Born a King on Bethlehem's plain, 
gold I bring to crown him again, 
King forever, ceasing never, 
over us all to reign.
Frankincense to offer have I; 
incense owns a Deity nigh; 
prayer and praising, voices raising, 
worshiping God on high.
Myrrh is mine; its bitter perfume 
breathes a life of gathering gloom; 
sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying, 
sealed in the stone-cold tomb.
Glorious now behold him arise; 
King and God and sacrifice: 
Alleluia, Alleluia, 
sounds through the earth and skies. [Refrain] 
Author: John H. Hopkins, Jr. (1857) 
Sing We Now of Christmas 
refrain only 
Sing we Noel, the King is born, Noel! 
Sing we now of Christmas, sine we now Noel! 
Words: Traditional French carol 
Composer: Martin Shaw (1928) 
Sing Out the News
A-Town Sound
The First Noel
The first Noel the angel did say 
was to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay; 
in fields where they lay keeping their sheep, 
on a cold winter's night that was so deep. 
Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel, 
born is the King of Israel. 
They looked up and saw a star 
shining in the east, beyond them far; 
and to the earth it gave great light, 
and so it continued both day and night.
And by the light of that same star 
three Wise Men came from country far; 
to seek for a king was their intent, 
and to follow the star wherever it went.
This star drew nigh to the northwest, 
o'er Bethlehem it took its rest; 
and there it did both stop and stay, 
right over the place where Jesus lay.
Then entered in those Wise Men three, 
full reverently upon the knee, 
and offered there, in his presence, 
their gold and myrrh and frankincense.
Traditional English carol; 
harm. from Christmas Carols New and Old, 1871 

Production Team: we want to thank the Armstrong Youth and Alex K for helping with running the visuals during the stream, staff on location, Shanon Rice and Kashena Rhoill.  



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