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  • Trinity Presbyterian Church in America

    6098 Locust Lane, Harrisburg, PA 17109 Phone: (717)545-4271/ Fax: (717)545-5195

    Website: www.trinityhbg.com Wi-Fi Passphrase: hearts4Jesus

    Church office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

    http://www.trinityhbg.com/http://www.trinityhbg.com/

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    Good Morning! We're glad to have you with us today. As you wait for the service to begin, ask the Holy Spirit to prepare your heart for worship; during the service, humble yourself to receive His Word; after the service, go forth to share His Word with others with great joy!

    July 28, 2019 Resurrection Sunday 10:15 AM

    The Lord’s Supper is scheduled to be served on the 1st Sunday morning and the 3rd Sunday evening of

    the month. Please pick up a copy of “Invitation to the Lord’s Supper” on the white table in the narthex

    so that you may know who may participate in this special meal of faith.

    Prelude

    Pavane

    The Angelus

    Gordon Young Gordon Young

    Welcome & Church Family Focus Hearing assistance devices are available, see ushers.

    Trinity encourages families to worship together even from the youngest of ages. We make available a glassed in “cry room” if parents would like to use it for infants and as they train young children in worship.

    Nursery and Jr. Church are options for those who desire to use them. A Nursery is available for infants through 3 years in Room 101 & Room 103. Parents, please pick up your children immediately after the worship service.

    Introit We Will Live Forever VBS Children Led by Debbie Bassoff

    God’s Word Directs Our Life & Worship

    Psalm 119:65-72 You have dealt well with your servant, O LORD, according to your word. Teach me good

    judgment and knowledge, for I believe in your commandments. Before I was afflicted

    I went astray, but now I keep your word. You are good and do good; teach me your

    statutes. The insolent smear me with lies, but with my whole heart I keep your

    precepts; their heart is unfeeling like fat, but I delight in your law. It is good for me

    that I was afflicted, that I might learn your statutes. The law of your mouth is better to

    me than thousands of gold and silver pieces.

    Praising God

    God Calls His People to Worship Psalm 113:1-3 Led by Ruling Elder Tom Seymour, & Pastors Bob Eickelberg & Mike Wolcott

    *God’s People Respond with Praise No 53 Praise to the Lord the Almighty

    *God’s People Ask for God’s Blessing (Invocation)

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    *God’s People Profess Their Faith The Apostles’ Creed

    I believe in God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth.

    I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy

    Spirit, and born of the virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified,

    died, and was buried; He descended into hell. The third day He rose again from the

    dead. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of God the Father

    Almighty. From there He will come to judge the living and the dead.

    I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic* church, the communion of saints, the

    forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.

    * “catholic” means “universal”

    *Gloria Patri Henry W. Greatorex

    The Heidelberg Catechism Lord’s Day 30

    80. Q. How does the Lord’s Supper differ from the Roman Catholic Mass?

    A. The Lord’s Supper declares to us that all our sins are completely forgiven

    through the one sacrifice of Jesus Christ, which he himself accomplished on the

    cross once for all. It also declares to us that the Holy Spirit grafts us into Christ, who

    with his true body is now in heaven at the right hand of the Father where he wants

    us to worship him.

    81. Q. Who should come to the Lord’s table?

    A. Those who are displeased with themselves because of their sins, but who

    nevertheless trust that their sins are pardoned and that their remaining weakness is

    covered by the suffering and death of Christ, and who also desire more and more to

    strengthen their faith and to lead a better life. Hypocrites and those who are

    unrepentant, however, eat and drink judgment on themselves.

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    82. Q. Should those be admitted to the Lord’s Supper who show by what they profess and

    how they live that they are unbelieving and ungodly?

    A. No, that would dishonor God’s covenant and bring down God’s wrath upon the

    entire congregation. Therefore, according to the instruction of Christ and his apostles,

    the Christian church is duty-bound to exclude such people, by the official use of the keys

    of the kingdom, until they reform their lives.

    Facing Up to Our Sin Before God

    God Instructs His People in His Standards Exodus 20:1-3 And God spoke all these words, saying, “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the

    land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. “You shall have no other gods before me”.

    God’s People Respond by Confession of Sin

    God Assures His People of His Grace in Christ Romans 3:21-24 But now the righteousness of God has been manifested apart from the law, although the Law

    and the Prophets bear witness to it — the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe. For there is no distinction: for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of

    God, and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus.

    Offering Our Prayers and Ourselves to God

    Hymn of Thanksgiving Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Wretched No. 472

    God’s People Respond with Thanksgiving & Petitions Morning Prayer and The Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:9B-13 (KJV) (ALT.) “Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be

    done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts,

    as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.” For

    Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.

    God’s People Respond by the Giving of God’s Tithe & Our Offerings Offertory We Bow Down arr. Mark Hayes

    Please fill out the attendance slip located on the back page of your bulletin & place it in the offering plate at this time.

    *Doxology Genevan Psalter

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    Listening to God’s Word

    *God’s People Prepare for Hearing God’s Word Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing No. 457

    (Junior Church begins at this time for children age 4 – 2nd grade in Room 105)

    God Speaks to His People through His Word *Scripture Reading: Isaiah 46:1-13 Church Bible Pg. No. 771 God’s Word Proclaimed: Pastor Cisco Victa

    “The Uniqueness of Our God”

    *God’s People Respond to God’s Word No. 30 Our God, Our Help in Ages Past

    Being Sent to Serve God

    *God Blesses His People (Benediction) Numbers 6:24-26 *God’s People Respond with Praise

    *Postlude Psalm XX Gordon Young *Congregation Standing As You Are Able

    Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, ENGLISH STANDARD VERSION.

    Copyright © 2001 by Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

    Tonight at the Evening Worship service, David Cross will resume study in

    the book of Judges by looking at a judge named Ehud who, through war,

    brought "Rest" to Israel.

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    July 28, 2019 Evening Worship Service 6:00 PM

    The Lord’s Supper is scheduled to be served on the 3rd Sunday evening of the month. Please pick up a copy of

    “Invitation to the Lord’s Supper” on the table in the narthex to see how Trinity invites participation.

    Prelude

    God calls His people to worship Psalm 95:1-9 God’s people ask for God’s blessing Jeff van Bastelaar God’s people respond with praise Congregational Choice

    God speaks to His people through His Word

    Scripture Reading Judges 3:12-30 Church Bible Pg. 257 God’s Word Preached Pastor David Cross

    “Fighting for Rest”

    Hymn of Response The Church’s One Foundation No. 347, vs. 1, 5 & 6

    Benediction 2 Thessalonians 3:3-5 Postlude

    PRAY FOR THE WORLD, OUR AREA, AND OUR CHURCH

    Our Featured Missionaries of the Week: Rob & Jenny Ilderton, MTW, Great Britain.

    “Please pray for safety in our last few weeks of travel in the US; for a smooth transition back to life in London; for Miriam as she begins secondary school and Gus and Lottie as they return to

    primary school; for our ministry in the UK as we seek to reconnect with the church and friends in

    the community; and for our annual outreach and church BBQ in September, that a good number of

    folks from the community would come and that the Spirit would move their hearts to be drawn to

    the love of Christ and want to know more of Him”.

    A Country of Origin for Trinity PCA Family, Members, Friends and ESL Students:

    Nigeria

    Our Sister Congregation: Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ephrata, PA

    Our Neighbors: Pray for open doors to meet people who live in our community.

    Our Local Church Missionary Servants/Ministers: Please give thanks for those who served

    in Vacation Bible School this week.

    Our Church Government (those in authority over us): Ruling Elder John Colt

    Our Local Government (those in authority over us): PA Supreme Court Justice David

    Wecht; and Police Officer Stephen Cover as he enforces the laws in our township.

    Long-Term Health Needs: Pray this week for Billie Thornsley.

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    THIS WEEK AT TRINITY

    Today 8:30 AM Harrisburg Prayer Meeting

    July 9:00 AM Sunday School

    28 10:00 AM Hershey Worship Service

    10:15 AM Harrisburg Worship Service

    5:30 PM High School Youth Group

    6:00 PM Evening Worship Service

    Monday 7:00 PM Volleyball

    Tuesday 9:30 AM Staff Meeting

    7:00 PM Ultimate Frisbee

    Wednesday 6:30 PM Middle School Youth Group at Deitricks’

    home

    Thursday 4:00 PM High School Dinner

    6:30 PM College & Career at Moore’s home

    Friday

    Saturday 8:00 AM Men’s Bible Study & Breakfast

    10:00 AM Baby Shower for Kelly Leber

    Sunday 8:30 AM Harrisburg Prayer Meeting

    August 9:00 AM Sunday School

    4 10:00 AM Hershey Worship Servicee 10:15 AM Harrisburg Worship Service

    5:30 PM High School Youth Group at Menkis’ home 6:00 PM Evening Worship Service

    *SGC = Shepherd Group Community (the small group ministry @ Trinity)

    Additional SGC meet in the Hershey area

    Biblias! 聖經! Bibles! Библии! - Biblias en español están disponibles en la parte posterior del santuario. 中文聖經可在禮堂後面。Bibles en français no sont disponibles à l'arrière du

    sanctuaire. Библии доступны на столе в задней части святилища. (Spanish, Chinese, French & Russian Bibles are available on the table in the back of the sanctuary.) Additional

    languages are available, but not on the table. Ask a pastor for more information.

    We Need Photographers to capture pictures of ordinary and special events at Trinity. Professionals and amateurs welcome. You could have a “good” to “excellent” camera. You

    could have your smart phone or tablet. We would like to gather pictures for our website and

    Facebook page. Can you help? Please let the office know at 717-545-4271.

    GREETERS Ken & Carol Gilliam

    USHERS John Rhode, Joseph Wolcott,

    Charles Sandell & Scott Marto

    NURSERY/JR. CHURCH WORKERS

    Sunday School

    Glenn & Sharon

    Martin

    10:15 AM

    Sharon Wolcott,

    Anna Wolcott,

    & Grace Akande

    6:00 PM

    Jeff & Elizabeth

    van Bastelaar

    Jr. Church

    Susan & Matt/Tim

    Wagner

    SOUND 10:15 AM

    Andrew Logan

    6:00 PM

    David Logan

    COMMUNION SERVERS: George Parmer,

    Tom Seymour,

    John Colt & Dave Kisner

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Adult Sunday School Classes:

    Departing in Peace – Decisions at the end of life create deep anxiety for those involved, but it is possible to find peace and comfort amid the hard choices. Using the book by Bill Davis,

    Professor at Covenant College and RTS Theological Seminary, this discussion class is relevant

    for all ages, and is being led by Matt Ebling and John McCurdy.

    Reformation Profiles – video by Stephen Nichols - This series will chronicle important figures in the Reformation and illustrates how they championed salvation by grace alone

    through faith alone in Christ alone for the glory of God alone. This course is being led by Mike

    Wolcott and John Colt.

    Women’s Ministry Sunday School: The Women’s Ministry will be continuing their study of the book, “God’s Cranky Prophets: Jonah & Habakkuk - A Bible Study on Responding in

    Faith When You Don’t Like What God Is Doing” by Marci Ogrosky. Michelle Coleman is leading this study in Room 135.

    Children’s Ministry Coordinator job applications are due today. See Mike Wolcott with any questions.

    A few minutes of your time, please! Please consider signing up on the coffee

    clean-up schedule located on the kitchen counter. It will take just a few minutes of

    your time beginning as early as 9:50 AM Sunday mornings. Also needed are persons

    to sign up on the juice set-up schedule to set up juice at the start of Sunday School.

    These are short commitments and we will mail a reminder card to you. Thank you!

    College Prayer Partners – Would you consider making a commitment to praying for a college student this coming school year? You will pray regularly for a student who is attending

    college. That is it, nothing else needed. If you want to send notes, care packages or try to talk

    with them when they are home from school, then you can do that. But we want to have

    someone from home committing to praying for our college students weekly. If you would be

    willing to do this, then please fill out today’s bulletin tear-off and hand in the offering plate or

    the office, or e-mail Mike Wolcott at [email protected]

    Found in our Sanctuary – In early summer, a glasses case was found in the sanctuary containing some unique items. If you have lost this item, please call the church office to

    identify the contents, 717-545-4271.

    Ready, Set, Grow! Trinity’s Annual Produce Patch is back—Garden growers, if you find yourself buried in berries or have tons of tomatoes consider sharing your

    excess with our church’s produce table. All are invited to receive the “fruits” of

    Trinity’s produce patch.

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    A Note of Thanks - Sue Miller would like to thank the congregation for the love shown to her during her recent knee surgery through the many cards, phone calls, meals and prayers

    offered on her behalf. Every day she sees improvement and feels very blessed to be a part of

    the Body of Christ in such a significant way.

    Volleyball—Men and women (9th grade and up) are invited to come play volleyball each Monday from 7:00 – 9:00pm at Trinity. Contact Mike Wolcott with any

    questions.

    Ultimate Frisbee – Calling all men, women and youth in grades 9 or above. We are holding ultimate Frisbee games in the gym of Trinity on Tuesday nights from

    7pm to 9pm. No cost. Bring a friend. We look forward to a good time of fun and

    fellowship. See Mike Wolcott if you have any questions.

    Missions Cheryl Goss

    Mark your calendars to attend the Mission Trip Reports, taking place during the regular

    Sunday School time of 9:00am on Sunday, August 18th.

    Trinity's summer mission teams are organized and serving around the globe. Mike Wolcott led

    a team in June to Frankfurt, Germany, and worked alongside Stephen & Susan Beck. Matt

    Ebling & Jim LaGrand led a team to Cherokee, North Carolina, working alongside Scott &

    Ruth Hill. Both are part of our supported missionary families. Elizabeth van Bastelaar led a

    Bible Club at Pennswood. This week, Ed Lankford is leading and serving with a MTW

    medical team in Ethiopia.

    Women’s Ministry Marge Samsel

    Women’s Minsitry Bible Study: Women's Ministry Bible study has concluded and is on summer hiatus. We will resume in September. Please prayerfully consider joining us then.

    Sip ‘n Chat - Join the women of Trinity for a time of informal fellowship and refreshment at 10:00am on Saturday, August 10th at the Panera Bread, 5125

    Jonestown Road, Harrisburg. Enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, a sweet treat, and get to

    know your Christian sisters.

    Men’s Fellowship Bob Eickelberg/Mike Wolcott

    Men’s Bible Study & Breakfast—This group is always open to new people. Meetings are held every other Saturday. Our next meeting will be this Saturday, August 3rd from 8 – 9

    AM at North Mountain Grill, 1009 N. Mountain Rd, Harrisburg, 17112. The purchase of

    a breakfast is NOT necessary. One can just come and have a seat at the table without ordering

    food or drink.

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    Men’s BBQ – Join the men of Trinity for a BBQ and great time of fun and fellowship on Thursday, August 8th at 6:00pm. It will be at John Rhode’s

    home. Please bring a side item to share (casserole, salad, dessert,

    fruit/veggie). Sign up on today’s bulletin tear-off.

    Youth Ministry Mike Wolcott High School Youth Group (9th–12th) – Tonight from 5:30 – 9:00pm at Trinity. We will be playing some water games outside so bring your swimsuit and a towel.

    Middle School Youth Group (6th – 8th) –This Wednesday, July 31st from 6:30 – 9:00pm at the Deitrick’s home.

    Upcoming Events:

    August 1 – High School Dinner – 4 – 9:00pm at Trinity

    August 9 – Dorney Park – 8:30am – 11:00pm – flyers on the youth table; deadline

    College & Career Mike Wolcott The college and career ministry is meeting on the following Thursdays for food, Bible study

    and Fellowship. Join us!

    August 1st - 6:00pm at the Moore’s home.

    August 22nd – 6:00pm at the Menkis’ home.

    Welcome to Trinity Presbyterian Church, a grace filled church of many nations, committed to serving Christ, our people, and the community around us.

    We are committed to the historic Christian faith with clear applications for today.

    Trinity’s great desire is to be:

    Making maturing disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, in Harrisburg, Hershey and the world; as we are worshiping together,

    gathering, perfecting and loving His saints, who will glorify and enjoy God, both now and forever!

    Prayer & Information Emails Share prayer requests with Bob Eickelberg by phone: 717-657-0123 (home), 717-379-8826 (cell), 717-

    545-4271 (church). After the phone call, please send the written text of your request to

    [email protected] In addition, any staff member can send a prayer email. If the request is for

    someone else, you need that person’s permission to share the request. Pastor Eickelberg desires that all

    Trinity worshippers join the prayer & information email group. To join, email Nancy Eakin at

    [email protected], or call the church office at 717-545-4271. If you do not have email, ask the

    office to print prayer & information emails and place them in your mailbox, or copies of the emails can

    be found in the binder kept on the side of the mailboxes in the narthex.

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    MISSIONARIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

    SUPPORTED BY TRINITY PCA THROUGH

    FINANCES AND/OR PRAYER

    Mark & Katherine Ashbaugh, RUF, Winthrop Univ.

    Trip & Joy Beans, RUF, Millersville Univ.

    Stephen & Susan Beck, GEM, Germany

    John & Kathy Clow, MTW, Honduras

    Craig & Ree Coulbourne, MTW, Japan

    Cheryl Erb, MNA-Engaging Disability w/ the Gospel

    Richie & Keli Goodrich, MTW, Australia

    Scott & Ruth Hill, MTW, Cherokee, NC

    Rob & Jenny Ilderton, MTW, Great Britain

    Matt & Jenn Irvine, Serge, England

    Jim & Claudia Jung, MTW, Australia

    Paul & Liz Meiners, MTW, Europe

    Brooke & Jeanette Morrison, CEF, Harrisburg

    Brian & Carin Roberg, DiscipleMakers at PSU

    Cam & Kaela Smith, RUF, Penn State University

    Richard & Lynne Smith, RUF-I, Penn State Univ.

    Mike & Ashley Troxell, MTW, Honduras

    A & F Z, Church Without Walls

    Rick & Clare, Sensitive Area

    R & R, Sensitive Area

    David & Aliece, Sensitive Area

    Bethesda Mission

    Child Evangelism Fellowship

    Committee on Discipleship Ministry

    Covenant Christian Academy

    Covenant College

    Covenant Theological Seminary

    Harrisburg Christian School

    Rev. John Mallin, Biblical Counselor

    Rev. Mark Tedford, PCA Chaplain

    Mission to North America (MNA)

    Mission to the World (MTW)

    Mt. Calvary Christian School

    PCA Administration

    PCA General Assembly

    Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)

    Susquehanna Valley Presbytery

    West Shore Christian Academy

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  • The King and Head of the Church:

    Jesus Christ

    Ministers: All our Members

    ASSISTANTS TO THE MINISTERS Pastor: Bob Eickelberg (717) 657-0123

    Lead Pastor, Hershey: David Kertland

    Assistant Pastor for Youth & Family Ministries:

    Michael Wolcott (717) 379-7490

    Assistant Pastor: Francisco Victa (717) 769-9627

    Music & Choral Director: Denise Seymour

    Organist: Louann Zinsmeister

    Office Manager: Nancy Eakin

    Church Secretaries: Sherri Kanode & Jen Montefour

    Facilities Manager: Dave Kisner

    Church Treasurer: Susan Wagner

    Children’s Ministry Coordinator:

    Elizabeth van Bastelaar

    Nursery Coordinator:

    Elizabeth van Bastelaar

    Audiovisual Coordinator: Andrew Moore

    ELDERS John Colt *(2021) (717) 574-8628

    Chris Haynes (2020) (717) 418-6225

    John McCurdy (2021) (717) 232-1621

    George Parmer (2021) (717) 540-8562

    Tom Seymour (2022) (717) 919-8995

    Nick Yingst (2020) (717) 867-2821

    The Session is scheduled to meet on the

    1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month.

    [email protected]

    DEACONS Keith Dolan *(2021) (717) 712-6636

    Josh Franklin (2021) (443) 235-1000

    Don Goss (2022) (717) 540-1966

    Glenn Martin (2021) (717) 541-5065

    Scott Marto (2022) (717) 566-0704

    John Rhode (2021) (717) 599-7745

    Charles Sandell (2020) (717) 774-2540

    Bob Zinsmeister (2022) (717) 234-7594

    The Deacons are scheduled to meet on the

    2nd Monday of each month.

    [email protected]

    *Term expires Feb. of listed year

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