Glen Waverley Uniting Church Choir - Lessons and Carols 2008

GWUC 9:00am Service 14th December 2008

Elder Lighting of the Advent Candle
Congregation TIS286 Light One Candle for Hope vv 1,2,3
Minister Call to Worship
Choir Carol of the Bells
1st Reading Isaiah 9:2,4,6 Isaiah foretells the birth of Christ
Congregation TIS265 O come, O come, Emmanuel
2nd Reading Micah 5:2-4 A promised ruler from Bethlehem
Choir Lo How a Rose ere Blooming
Congregation TIS283 Long ago prophets knew
3rd Reading Isaiah 11:1-10 The nature of the coming of Christ is revealed
Choir Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
Minister Reflection
4th Reading Luke 1:26-38 The birth of Jesus is announced
Congregation TIS290 Of the Father's love begotten
Choir O Little One Sweet
5th Reading Matthew 1:18-24 The birth of Jesus Christ
Choir Conventry Carol
Congregation TIS316 O little town of Bethlehem
6th Reading Luke 2:8-20 The angels and the shepherds
Choir In The Bleak Midwinter
Congregation TIS303 Hark the herald angels sing
Minister Prayer Prayers of the People
7th Reading Matthew 2:1-11 The visit of the Magi
Choir Poverty Carol
Offering and Dedication
8th Reading John 1:1-14 The Word became flesh
Choir Christmas Bush for His Adorning
Congregation TIS304 O come all ye faithful (vv 1,2,3,6)
Minister Blessing
Organ Postlude
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