On-Line Worship

During the time that the Clarksville Presbyterian Church building is closed due to the COVID-19 virus, we will post a modified Worship Service of music and a sermon at this site on Sunday morning.

Reverend Annette Eckerd Goard

Carol Henderson, Minister of Music

Devotions:  Each day, Annette will post a special devotion at the "Devotions" tab of this website.
Hymns:  This pdf file may be opened for the words                            and music of the hymns:  
 
Worship - July 26, 2020 

Prelude:   "The Love of the Lord" by M. Job, as arranged by Jeanne Cotter

prelude. The Love of the Lord

Call to Worship and Opening Prayer  

The Creation of Adam, a portion of the fresco painted by Michelangelo Buonarroti on the Sistine Chapel ceiling in Rome (completed, 1512).

Call to Worship

Opening Hymn:  450 "Be Thou My Vision"

450 Be Thou My Vision

Call to Confession and Assurance of Pardon

Confession and Pardon

Hymn 582 "Glory to God, Whose Goodness Shines on Me"(“Gloria Patri” adapted by Paul M Vasile) 

Glory-To-God

Prayer for Illumination and Scripture:  Romans 8:22-39                                              

Scripture

Sermon:   

Sermon

Hymn of the Word:  823 "Shall Tribulation and Distress"
 

823 Shall Tribulation or Distress

Offertory:  "Jesus Loves Me" (with “Claire de Lune”), Claude Debussy             and  arranged by Fred Bock

Jesus Loves Me (with Clair de Lune)

Prayers of the People

Prayers of the People

Sending Hymn:  223 "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross"

223 When I Survey the wondrousCross

Benediction:  

Charge and Benediction

Postlude:  "Be Thou My Vision", arranged by Michael Larkin

Postlude -Be Thou my Vision

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #A-722944. All rights reserved.  

Clarksville 
Presbyterian Church

502 Virginia Avenue, Clarksville, VA  23927

434-374-8344

Rev. Annette Eckerd Goard

Rev.Goard@gmail.com

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