ChurCh at WorShip SANCTUARY 9:00 and 11:45 a.m Out of respect to worshipers around you, please silence all electronic devices Video Announcements Panis Angelicus Sanctuary Orchestra Prelude arr. Cesar Frank Pastoral Welcome Roy Ice Scripture Reading John 11:47–50, 53–54, TNIV Sarah Hayhoe Songs of Meditation Beneath the Cross of Jesus O How He Loves You and Me You Are My All in All Marvin Ponder (Pew Bible, page 1600) Prayer Randy Speyer Prayer Response Baptism Faye Adlaon, Megan Lynette Barreta Scripture Reading Doug Mace3 John 19:4–6a, TNIV Sarah Hayhoe (Pew Bible, page 1613) Tithes and Offerings Church Budget Crucify Him from Oh My Son Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra Offertory Scripture Reading Marcos Galvany John 19:6b, 16b–20, TNIV Sarah Hayhoe (Pew Bible, pages 1613–1614) Invitation to the Lord’s Supper When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra Gilbert Martin Matthew 27:62b–66, TNIV Sarah Hayhoe Jesus of Nazareth: An Interrupted Celebration Randy Roberts Choral Anthem Scripture Reading Homily Scripture Reading Closing Hymn Randy Roberts (Pew Bible, page1486) Luke 24:1–9, TNIV Sarah Hayhoe (Pew Bible, pages 1574–1575) Christ the Lord Is Risen Today Sanctuary Choir, Orchestra, Organ, and Congregation Benediction Postlude Toccata from the Charles-Marie Widor Fifth Organ Symphony in F, Op 42 #1 Sanctuary Choir, Orchestra, and Organ (Please maintain reverence during the Postlude) 1 First Service WORSHIP PARTICIPANTS Kimo Smith, organist 3 Tuesday, April 7 6:30 p.m. Experiencing God Bible Study, Fellowship Hall Wednesday, April 8 6:00 p.m. Open Prayer Circle, Room 104 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Room 111 LomaLinda niversityChurch of Seventh-day Adventists Sabbath, April 11 9:00 & 11:45 a.m. From Eden to Everest, Miguel Mendez, Sanctuary 10:25 a.m. Re:Live Worship, Part 1 —The Essentials, Tyler Stewart, Sanctuary 10:30 a.m. LLUC Sabbath School, Baptism and the Temptations, Calvin Thomsen, Randall Amphitheater 7:00 p.m. Vespers, Oh My Son, a ticketed event, Sanctuary Sunset Today - 7:12 p.m. April 4, 2015 Sunset Next Week - 7:17 p.m. Sermon Notes This weekend, we join Christians around the world in celebrating the life, death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ! The significance of what we celebrate is so fundamentally important that, in the words of the theologian Jaroslav Pelikan: “If Christ is risen, nothing else matters. And if Christ is not risen—nothing else matters.” Because of that, as we gather, we do so in profound wonder and with overpowering gratitude for the gift of God in Christ. In recent days, as the news headlines continue to scream out the violence that grips our planet, my heart turns continually to God, aching with the age-old question: How long, O Lord? My soul is heavy with the thought of persecuted brothers and sisters, facing death for their confession of Christ. My hope and prayer is for the day when such colossal cruelty will be a thing of the eternal past. But, in the meantime, Good Friday looms—with its dark assurance that we do not traverse this trail of tears alone. And then, Easter morning dawns! And with it dawns the assurance of a new hope, a new life, a new creation! And such is what we celebrate this weekend! Christ the Lord is risen! He is risen, indeed! Randy Roberts Senior Pastor John Rutter Randy Roberts Ariel Quintana, conductor, Sanctuary Choir Adrian Dumitrescu, conductor, Sanctuary Orchestra Karis Boling and Gilbert Hernandez, producers Calendar Third Service Sarah Hayhoe is a ﬁnancial analyst, Loma Linda University Medical Center LLUC services are aired live on the church website at www.lluc.org and are also aired live and broadcast on Loma Linda Broadcasting Network (LLBN) via the Internet at www.llbn.tv, Time Warner Cable channel 17 in Loma Linda, Verizon FiOS Cable channel 31 in Loma Linda and Redlands, Roku (under BrightStarTV), and Glorystar satellite (which carries LLBN, 3ABN, Hope Channel, and other Christian networks). For more information, please visit www.llbn.tv, or call (866) 552-6881. Rebroadcast Schedule of University Church Programs on LLBN Sunday (SS) 8:00 p.m. Monday (V) 4:00 a.m., (W) 11:00 a.m. Tuesday (SS) 12:00 a.m. Wednesday (W) 3:00 a.m., (V) 8:00 p.m. Thursday (SS) 4:00 a.m. Friday (V) 12:00 a.m., (W) 7:00 p.m. (SS-Sabbath School; V-Vespers; W-Worship) Questions or Comments: [email protected] • Online at: http://www.lluc.org DVD copies of LLUC worship services are available for purchase online at www.llucstore.com Church Office Hours: Mon.–Thur., 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m.–noon. Offices are closed for staff worship on Tuesdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. This is a weekly bulletin Cover photo by Michael Scofield 11125 Campus Street, Loma Linda, CA 92354 • (909) 558-4570 growing disciples Church at Study RANDALL AMPHITHEATER 10:30 a.m. Congregational Singing Opening Hymn It Is Well With My Soul Linda Mendez Prayer, Welcome, and Introductions Re:Live Ministry _ Young Adult Ministry www.reliveministry.com Fellowship, 10:00 a.m., Room 101 Sabbath service, 10:25 a.m., LLUC Sanctuary No. 530 Miguel Mendez Musical Selection Were You There? Traditional Spiritual Marina Williams, vocal Special Feature Far and Wide Prayer for the Offering Miguel Mendez Offering Sabbath School Expense (place mission offering in envelope) Offertory Poor Wayfaring Stranger Marina Williams, vocal Lesson The Coming of Jesus Closing Prayer Postlude American Folk Song Miguel Mendez Miguel Mendez Selected TODAY: Tyler Stewart - Resurrection Weekend Superintendent: Miguel Mendez Keyboard: Aileen Veglahn Bohner Vespers *FEE/COUPLE __________ SANCTUARY 5:00 p.m. Songs of Praise Sanctuary Brass Virgil Nielsen, conductor Introduction and Prayer Joelle Reuer Psalm 8 Ave Verum Corpus Holy, Holy, Holy O Worship the King Lead On, O King Eternal Crown Him With Many Crowns Marvelous Grace Praise to the Lord Offering Fanfare of Praise Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah How Sweet Are the Tidings Jesus Loves Me When the Roll Onward, Christian Soldiers! All Creatures of Our God and King Benediction Heinrich Schutz/arr. David Baldwin W. A. Mozart/trans. Vernon Taranto, Jr. arr. Richard A. Nichols arr. Richard A. Nichols arr. Phil Norris arr. Richard A. Nichols arr. Richard A. Nichols arr. Tim Fisher Joelle Reuer arr. George Dougherty arr. Heather Minion arr. Ron Johnson arr. Ron Johnson arr.Ron Johnson arr. Richard A. Nichols arr. Mac Lynch Joelle Reuer REGISTER AT LLUC.ORG 4/10 - 5/8, FRIDAYS, 7-9 p m RANDY SPEYER, PH.D., LMFT Church Life There is no hospitality dinner today. Offering Today: Church Budget. Next Week: Church Budget. All loose and undesignated offerings are applied to church budget. You may give online by visiting http://www.lluc.org. Gluten-free communion bread is available upon request at the deacons’ room in the lobby. We regret to announce the death of Leona Clara Fritz, March 20. She is survived by her sons, Don, Ronald, Robert; daughters, Donna, Shirley Fritz King; eight grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. A private service was held April 1. Easter Family Picnic will be held at Hulda Crooks Park today at 1:30 p.m. Come eat, play, and hike with other families from the church! Bring your own lunch and join Children’s Ministry. LLUC Campers will meet at Catalina Spa in Desert Hot Springs for fellowship and worship April 10–12. For information, call Roger Heinrich (909) 824-6357 or Glenn Nichols (909)824-7565. A P R I L Life Community E L E V E N T H 2 0 1 5 Know Him Productions presents an Easter drama, Peter. He left his boat and followed. Watch the story unfold as he LOMA LINDA U N Iby V EJesus R S I TtoY leave his career to is called C H U R ofCmen. H Free performance become a fisher SEVEN O’CLOCK is today, 7:00EVENING p.m.at Redlands Adventist IN THE Church. For information, call (909) 793DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 6337.LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY TO PURCHASE TICKETS VISIT w w . l l u c . o Slow-pitch rg Anw Adventist Softball DEAN ANDERSON, conductor Tournament (for adults) is being planned SUZANNE KANTORSKI, Mary for May in Southern California. RAEJIN 2016 LEE, Mary Magdalene JAVIER GONZALEZ, Jesus Interested teams MUSEOP KIM, Pilate should contact Carl Canwell at (909) 213-5251 or carl. Featuring: La Sierra University Orchestra [email protected] La Sierra University Chorale Loma Linda University Sanctuary Choir APRIL E L E V E N T H Baptisms 2 0 1 5 Megan Lynette Barreta is an eighth grader at Loma Linda Academy Junior High. She and her younger brother, Kurt, are the children of Ray and May. LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY C H U R C H SEVEN O’CLOCK IN THE EVENING DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY TO PURCHASE TICKETS VISIT w w w. l l u c . o rg Faye Adlaon is the youngest child of Emerson and Chie. She is following the example of Jesus by her baptism today. Faye has three brothers and is an eighth grader at Cope Middle School. A Vision for Your Child’s Education: Nationally-known expert Carole Joy Seid presents her seminar “A Literaturebased Approach to Education” on April 12, 12:30–7:30 p.m., LLUC Fellowship Hall. Dinner will be provided. Discount for registration before March 31. To register, visit www.carolejoyseid.com. For information, call Eric and Ayme Frykman at (909) 794-8667. 55+ Activity, April 19, 3:30–6:30 p.m. The Ramona Bowl Pageant authentically depicts the cultural diversity of emerging settlers and their conflicts with native peoples. $30/person. Payment should be sent or brought to the church office (checks made out to LLUC), attn: Darold Retzer, by April 13. Please include name and phone number. To carpool, meet at the church at 1:30 p.m. Seats are in the sun, so come prepared. No food allowed in the venue. For information, call (909) 855-8116. Support your Loma Linda University Church through a Charitable Gift Annuity while receiving a guaranteed income for life. For more information, call Betsy Matthews at (909) 558-4570, ext. 47091. DEAN ANDERSON, conductor SUZANNE KANTORSKI, Mary RAEJIN LEE, Mary Magdalene JAVIER GONZALEZ, Jesus MUSEOP KIM, Pilate Featuring: La Sierra University Orchestra La Sierra University Chorale Loma Linda University Sanctuary Choir LLU School of Religion is sponsoring a play, “The God Committee.” Kenneth Wright, LLU anatomist, will lead the cast depicting a hospital transplant committee members of which have only minutes to decide which of three patients will receive a heart that has suddenly become available. Schedule includes April 18, 7:00 p.m., April 12 and 19, 3:00 p.m., at Damazo Amphitheater, Centennial Complex. ADRA is on the ground in Vanuatu following the category 5 cyclone. To donate, visit www.adra.org, call (800) 424-2372, or text ADRA to 41444.
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