WORSHIP INFO

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click HERE to upload a song you turn to during times of lament and/or a song to turn to during times of hope.

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using #GA225 on social media or submitting via BOAST, upload a video of you reading, in your heart language, scripture that you turn to during times of lament and/or a scripture you turn to during times of hope. 

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using #GA225 on social media, upload pictures of what communion has looked like for you and your community over these past two years. 

Our hope as the GA worship planning team is that this collaboration will invite each of us into a posture of worship, of curiosity, and learning, as we engage with words, songs, scriptures, cultures, languages, and images that captivate the hearts of one another.  Our prayer is that this will lay a foundation of honoring one another while also recognizing and leaning into the expansiveness of God’s presence amongst us.  Thanks for participating! 

Need Assistance?  Email:  GAworship@pcusa.org

Worship

The worship planning team for the 225th General Assembly has completed its list of worship leaders for this summer’s hybrid gathering, pairing preachers with highlighted Scripture and the GA225 theme of “From Lament to Hope.”

GA225 will open and close with worship, and will include a special Juneteenth observance. Morning services will begin each Assembly day from July 5-9. The Rev. Gregory Bentley, GA 224 Co-Moderator, will preach at opening worship on June 18.

All worship services will be livestreamed at the GA225 website.

Worship Leaders

J. Herbert Nelson, II
Stated Clerk of the General Assembly
Isaiah 6:1-8; “Juneteenth”

Gregory Bentley
Co-Moderator of the 224the General Assembly (2020)
Micah 6:1-8; “From Religiosity to Righteousness”

Kate Murphy
The Grove Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, North Carolina
Acts: 9: 1-9; “The Good News of Damascus”

Mark Lomax
First Afrikan Church, Lithonia, Georgia
Jeremiah 29: 3-9; “Seek the Welfare of the Community”

Yenny Delgado
Psychologist, theologian, and a Ph.D. in Sciences of Religious student, Washington D.C.
Luke 4:18; “The Spirit of the Lord is on me because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor…”

Jennifer Saperstein
Northside Presbyterian Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan;
Luke 15: 11-32; “The Story of the Prodigal Son”

Karen Georgia A. Thompson
Co-Executive for Global Ministries, United Church of Christ;
Revelation 21:1-6; “A New Normal” (Ecumenical Service)

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