Anthem: "Canon of Praise

The Asbury Memorial Church choir sings "Canon of Praise", an anthem Composed by Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). Arranged by Hal H. Hopson with the lovely text adapted from Psalm 103. Directed by Ray Ellis. Piano played by Brian Dean.

Prayers of the People

Rev. Susan Karlson leads the congregation in the Prayers for the People with the Asbury Memorial Choir singing the "Amen".

Farewell to Janeece Armstrong

Farewell to Janeece Armstrong from Rev. Billy Hester and Chris Kincade

Pre-Sermon Announcements
Billy Hester gives several pre-sermon announcements including a special thanks for all involved with the silent auction and the musical entertainment from Saturday evening, praise to the choir, a brief preview of the upcoming summer preaching series, a birthday greeting to Jane Orango and information for next Sunday's "Worship through Music and Art".

Sermon: "A Little Flour, Oil, & Artifical Limbs"
Rev. Billy Hester gives his sermon; "A Little Flour, Oil, & Artifical Limbs, based on the scripture from 1 Kings 17:8-24 (The story about Elijah and the widow in the village of Zarephath), and about his (Billy) experiences as a rookie Broadway actor. God is With you at ALL times.

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Offertory Music

Rev. Billy Hester sings the song: "I'll Walk with God" from the film "The Student Prince". Words written by Paul Frances Webster and music by Nicolas Brodszky. Piano played by Ray Ellis

The Benediction

Rev. Billy Hester gives the benediction with Cheri Hester signing as the congregation sings "Here I Am Lord".

The worship service bulletin

Rev. Billy Hester
Rev. Susan Karlson

Musicians ...
Organ: Brian Dean
Piano: Ray Ellis / Brian Dean
Keyboard: Randy Canady
Bass: Danny Beam

Video Photographer: Patrick Prokop

Video and Light Technicians

Barry Parker
Stephen Swanger Internet Editor: Patrick Prokop

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