Online Worship at St. Paul’s – November 21, 2021

November 21 Worship Good morning! We celebrate Christ, our King, as we worship together on this last Sunday of the church year! Please leave a record of your worship with us by signing our virtual Friendship Register: https://bit.ly/FriendshipRegister112121 Support St.…

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November 21 Worship

Good morning! We celebrate Christ, our King, as we worship together on this last Sunday of the church year!

Please leave a record of your worship with us by signing our virtual Friendship Register: https://bit.ly/FriendshipRegister112121

Support St. Paul’s Ministry! http://www.stpaulswels.org/offerings

View This Week’s Service Folder: https://bit.ly/StPWorship112121

Licences: Reprinted with permission under One License A-707447 and CCLI 3110056. Words and Music: All rights reserved.
Photos: used with a Canva.com account and a license from 123RF stock photos.

Christian Worship: A Lutheran Hymnal, © 1993 Northwestern Publishing House. All rights reserved.
Christian Worship: New Service Settings, © 2002 Northwestern Publishing House. All rights reserved.
Bible references taken from Evangelical Heritage Version, © 2019. All rights reserved.
“The King Shall Come.” Text: John Brownlie, 1859-1925, abr., alt. Tune: Irish. Setting: © 2006 Kermit G. Moldenhauer, admin. Northwestern Publishing House. Text and tune: public domain.
Psalm 95. Text: anonymous; alt. James Minchin. Music: Carnatic; arr. I-to Loh © 1990, 2000 Christian Conference of Asia, admin. GIA Publications, Inc.
“The Head that Once Was Crowned.” Text: Thomas Kelly, 1769-1855. Tune: Jeremiah Clarke, c. 1674-1707. Text, tune, setting: public domain.
“Crown Him with Many Crowns.” Text: Matthew Bridges, 1800-1894, st. 1-2, 4, abr., alt.; Godfrey Thring, 1823-1903, st. 3. Tune: George J. Elvey, 1816-1893; Desc. Walter L. Pelz, b. 1926. Text, Tune, Setting: public domain. Descant: Reprinted from Crown Him with Many Crowns by Walter Pelz, © 1963 Augsburg Publishing House.
“Christ is the World’s Light.” Text: Fred Pratt Green, b. 1903, alt. Tune: Antiphoner, Paris, 1681. Text: © 1969 by Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream IL 60188. All rights reserved. Used by permission. Tune: public domain. Setting: © 1969 Concordia Publishing House.
“Beautiful Savior.” Text: Muensterisch Gesangbuch, Muenster, 1677, abr.; tr. Joseph A Seiss, 1823-1904. Tune: Silesian folk tune, 19th century, alt. Text, tune, setting: public domain.

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