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SUPPLY DRIVE

FUMC COWBOY CHURCH FALL HARVEST SUPPLY DRIVE
TO BENEFIT SALVATION ARMY
DON’T “LEAF” ANYONE BEHIND!!

THANK YOU for your donations to Salvation Army! You have provided 134 much needed items and $18!  Well done good and faithful servants!

We will continue to collect donations for Salvation Army every remaining Sunday in September at Cowboy Church. If you have items to donate, place them in your trunk/hatch area and after the service, open your trunk/hatch, and one of our speedy volunteers will collect the items! Listed below are the items Salvation Army has identified as most needed! Please ONLY donate new, unopened items! 

Items Needed:

  • Non-perishable food
  • Personal hygiene (deodorant, shampoo, soap, lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes)
  • School supplies (needed for their special needs educational program)

                                                                         

You may also leave donated items at FUMC Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing when entering the church building to leave items in the ESM boxes.

If you are not comfortable being out of your home in this pandemic environment, please consider making a monetary donation through any of the following websites:  Family Promise (familypromise.org), the Place (theplacecos.org), Care and Share (careandshare.org) and/or UMCOR (umcmission.org/umcor).

THANK YOU FUMC for all you do to support our community!

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Thank you for visiting First United Methodist Church's Cowboy Church! We gather in our cars and in chairs in the grass at 9:45 - 10:30, every Sunday morning at 420 N. Nevada Avenue at the corner of St Vrain and Nevada. We also live stream the service on Facebook and on our website. We would love to have you join us!

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Cowboy Church Order of Service

Sunday, September 27, 9:45 -10:30 AM

Prelude Fountain First United Methodist Church Cowboy Band

Welcome and Invocation - Tiffany Keith

Opening Hymn - Far Side Banks Of Jordan


Recorded by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
Written by Terry Smith

I believe my steps are growing wearier each day
Still I've got a journey on my mind
Lures of this old world have ceased to make me want to stay
And my one regret is leaving you behind

And I'll be waiting on the far side banks of Jordan
I'll be waiting drawing pictures in the sand
And when I see you coming I will rise up with a shout
And come running through the shallow waters reaching for your hand

But if it proves to be his will that I am first to go
And somehow I've a feeling it will be
When it comes your time to travel likewise don't you feel lost
For I will be the first one that you see

And I'll be waiting on the far side banks of Jordan
I'll be waiting drawing pictures in the sand
And when I see you coming I will rise up with a shout
And come running through the shallow waters reaching for your hand

Through this life we have labored hard to earn our meager fare
It's brought us trembling hands and failing eyes
I'll just rest here on the shore and turn my eyes away
Until you come and then we'll see paradise

 

Welcome, Announcements, Offertory Prayer - Tiffany Keith

  • To log your attendance, please Like (or love!) the video on the Facebook Page or email Tiffany at [email protected] or drop a note with your name and contact information in the offering buckets on your way out.
  • Thank you for supporting God’s work through First United Methodist Church! You can give online through our website (fumc-cs.org/give), mail, or text “give” 719-298-3177 

Offertory - The Old Rugged Cross

On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross
The emblem of suffering and shame
And I love that old cross where the dearest and best
For a world of lost sinners was slain

So I'll cherish the old rugged cross
Till my trophies at last I lay down
I will cling to the old rugged cross
And exchange it someday for a crown

O that old rugged cross so despised by the world
Has a wondrous attraction for me
For the dear lamb of God left His glory above
To bear it on dark Calvary

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To the old rugged I will ever be true
It’s shame and reproach gladly bear
Then He’ll call me someday to my home far away
Where His glory foe ever I’ll share

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I will cling to the old rugged cross
And exchange it someday for a croen

Cowboy Corner - Bruce Phillips

Pastoral Prayer - Marjorie Gross

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 trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.

Hymn of Preparation - Swing low, sweet chariot

Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

I looked over Jordan and what did I see
Coming for to carry me home
A band of angels coming after me
Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

I'm sometimes up and sometimes down
And sometimes I feel alone
But I know my soul is Heavenly bound
One day Jesus is going to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

Well if you get there before I do
Just make yourself at home
But tell all my friends I'm coming too
And tell them that it won't be long

Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

Coming for to carry me home
Coming for to carry me home

Scripture - Luke 6:20-26

Sermon - Tiffany Keith

Communion - You may use your own elements, or use some from the church (as you pull into the parking lot on Sunday morning, or when we are open during the week.)

Closing Hymn – Family Bible


There's a family Bible on the table
Its pages torn and hard to read
But the family Bible on the table
Will ever be my key to memo-ries

At the end of day when work was over
And when the evening meal was done
Dad would read to us from the family Bible
And we'd count our many blessings one by one

I can see us sitting round the table
When from the family Bible dad would read
And I can hear my mother softly singing
Rock of ages rock of ages cleft for me

This old world of ours is full of trouble
But this old world would also better be
If we'd find more Bibles on the tables
And mothers singing rock of ages cleft for me

I can see us sitting round the table
When from the family Bible dad would read
And I can hear my mother softly singing
Rock of ages rock of ages cleft for me

 

Benediction

Postlude