Growing in faith, serving with love
Order for Worship - 3rd Sunday after Pentecost
June 21, 2020
We want to hear from you!
As we continue to prepare for worshiping in the sanctuary, we need your input on how you feel about gathering again. Please have each individual in your household fill out this quick survey. Your participation will help us be the best church we can be as we step forward in this new season.

 There will be a congregational meeting on Sunday, June 28 in the church parking lot following the 11am drive-in prayer service. The purpose of the meeting is to amend the bylaws and act on the recommendations of the Nominating Committee. Click here for the meeting agenda.

We gather in the Lord’s House that transcends the boundaries of physical walls or buildings. We gather in the Lord’s House that provides belonging for all God’s children. We gather in the Lord’s House, where we can dwell for all eternity. Come, let us worship the Lord in his house together! Lyrics for the hymn are provided in the description on the YouTube page.
Family, God’s Spirit gives us a constant source of mercy, comfort, and reconciliation. With confidence in the forgiveness that follows, let us confess to God where we have fallen short.
Pray aloud in unison with others who are gathered, both in body and spirit.
Lord, we thank you for giving us your love and New Life in Christ, both of which endure beyond the limits of our mortality. We confess that, too often, we rely on that which is mortal instead of what you give us. When faced with difficult circumstances, we rely on what we can achieve on our own, on wisdom we attain without your help, and our wealth we use to influence rather than your love.
Forgive us when we value our own homes above yours. Help us to see the eternal benefits of trusting and following you. Guide us as we make steps everyday to dwell in your house our whole lives long!
Family, receive this Good News. God’s love is eternal, defeating the strongholds of sin and death for our sake. Be at peace with God and one another, for in Christ, we are all forgiven.
If you would like to share a joy or prayer concern, please email Pastor Dan at and your request will be shared in next week’s worship packet. Prayer requests will remain for 3 weeks unless updated.
  • We give thanks for the life of Ginny Willoughby, who passed away last week. We pray for her family, friends, and all who mourn her loss. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.
  • For all impacted by the COVID-19 virus, especially those in our community and state over the past few weeks. For our medical professionals, paramedics, firefighters, and police officers. For those suffering from illness or facing treatment.
  • For peace in our communities and opportunities for reconciliation. For the softening of hearts and the desire for justice. For the willingness to have conversations that lead to understanding, reconciliation, and healing.
  • Our leaders at every level, for wisdom and discernment as they make difficult decisions, for our Session and deacons.
  • For those burdened with stress and anxiety during this time, as well as those who facing financial uncertainty.
  • Jim Chandler, Kim Hanrahan, the family of Erika Sundrud's cousin Sherry, who passed away last week, Chris Moats, Joyce Hawkins, Hannah Burton, Conrad Newton, Beverly Mayer's granddaughter Sara Navis's baby Bryson who was born premature, Tim Brown (Carol Taylor’s son-in-law), the Sparger Family, Brian Overfield, Families who have lost loved ones; .
Greg Spotts - June 23, Mark Sundrud - June 26
Promise Keeper: God’s Promises Found in Psalm 23
Psalm 23 is one of the most well-known and read passages in the Bible. It’s been a source of comfort and guidance for the church for thousands of years. As beautiful as it is to read, it also points us to many promises God gives us. As people who believe in the miracle of Easter, we know that Christ is the fruition of all God’s promises. For six weeks, we will walk through Psalm 23 to see how God’s promises known to us in Jesus Christ can help strengthen our faith, both in seasons of blessings and seasons of hardship.
Old Testament Lesson: Psalm 23
New Testament Lesson: 1 Corinthians 15:51-58
Sermon: “My Love is Eternal”
Summer is upon us! No matter the season, First Presbyterian Church of Tequesta continues to move forward in its mission to embrace and share God’s love. But that mission is only possible through your continued generosity. With gratitude, let us return a portion of what God has given us. You can give by clicking the “give online” button or by mailing a check to our church office at:

FPC Tequesta
482 Tequesta Drive
Tequesta, FL 33469
God's love is eternal! May we continue to rely on all of God's promises, especially God's greatest promise to us fulfilled in Jesus Christ.
As we continue to embrace and share God’s love in this time, may the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit guide and sustain us until the day Christ comes again. Amen!
Drive-in Prayer Service: Join us today at 11am in the church parking lot for a brief service of music, scripture reading, and prayer. The live audio will be broadcast onto the radio, so all you have to do is park your car and tune in to 89.5 FM! An order for worship with instructions will be posted on our website or Click here to download and print the bulletin for this service .
We have a plan to reopen the church

If you would like the detailed plan click here.
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