February 7, 2021 The Fifth Sunday in Epiphany Hope in Book of Hebrews – 5 Rev. Dr. Martha M. Campbell
Here is the link for our service at Westminster today:
In our service this Pastor Martha Campbell welcomes everyone to Westminster then Dr. Imre Szilas plays the Prelude: “Basse de Trompette” by Nicolas Clerabault followed by the Westminster Chimes.
Pastor Twining Campbell invites everyone to join in singing the the morning hymn: “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing” – stanza 2 then shares the morning announcements: regarding the February 14th Congregational Meeting on Zoom at 11:00; Wedding Vow Renewal Service; and, Ash Wednesday Service. He then shares the concerns of the community and leads everyone in the Prayers of the people and The Lord’s Prayer.
This is also Scout Sunday so Life Scout Fletcher Paddock leads us in the Affirmation of Faith followed by greetings from Troop 4 which we have sponsored for over 100 years.
The Anthem, “Where Charity and Love Prevail,” is an original composition by Imre Szilas and features Quinn Davis as the soloist.
Scout Riley Paddock leads us in the Prayer of Illumination and the Scripture lesson: Hebrews 10:35-11:3.
Pastor Martha Campbell follows with the last sermon in our series: Hope in the Book of Hebrews that emphasizes that “hope” is a verb – it means we have to do something and the result is that we move into the future with God.
The service closes with Rev. Dr. Martha Campbell issuing the Charge and Benediction and concludes with Dr. Imre Szilas playing the Postlude: “Sinfonia to Cantata 29” by J.S. Bach on the Westminster pipe organ.
Our services are filmed by Robert Smith and are available on our website (www.wpcpas.org) or on our YouTube Channel and Facebook page (Westminster Presbyterian Church, Pasadena, CA) every week.