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Worship with Holy Communion, February 14, 2020, Transfiguration of Our Lord
Rev. Seth Novak
Rev. Seth Novak
Sunday, February 14, 2021
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Worship with Holy Communion, February 14, 2020, Transfiguration of Our Lord

Transfiguration of Our Lord, February 14, 2021

Texts: 2 Corinthians 4:3-6; Mark 9:2-9

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Serving in Worship:

Presiding Minister Pastor Seth Novak
Minister of Music: Shari Shull, Deacon
Minister of Programs: Sister Ann Shultz, Deaconess
Assisting Minister: Phyllis Brandt
Church Musician: Susan Luebeck
Lector: Bruce Shull
Cantors: Tom Bradford, Diana Edelblute, Van Hardison, David Salge

Prelude: “In Thee is Gladness” Paul Manz
Gathering Hymn: “We Are All in One in Mission” Text © Hope Publishing Co., arr. © 2006 Augsburg Fortress
Hymn of the Day: “Praise the One Who Breaks the Darkness” Text: Rusty Edwards, b. 1955, Music: NETTLETON, J. Wyeth, Repository of Sacred Music, Part II, 1813, Text © 1987 Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL. 60188 All rights reserved, used by permission
Offertory: “Go Up to the Mountain of God” Michael Helman
Communion Hymn: “By Your Hand You Feed Your People” Text: Susan R Briehl, b. 1952 © 2002 GIA Publications, Inc, Music: Marty Haugen, b. 1950 © 2002 GIA Publications, Inc,
Postlude: “To Be Your Presence is Our Mission Here” Charles V. Stanford, arr. Thomas Keesecker; copyright 2008 Augsburg Fortress


Transfiguration, Jesus Mafa
JESUS MAFA is a response to the New Testament readings from the Lectionary by a Christian community in Cameroon, Africa. Each of the readings was selected and adapted to dramatic interpretation by the community members. Photographs of their interpretations were made, and these were then transcribed to paintings. From Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN