“Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus” by Andraé Crouch 
Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
Can’t nobody do me like the Lord
Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
He’s my friend

Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
Can’t nobody do me like the Lord
Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
He’s my friend

Healed my body, told me to run
Healed my body, told me to run
Healed my body, told me to run
He’s my friend

Picked me up, turned me around
Picked me up, turned me around
Picked me up, turned me around
He’s my friend

Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
Can’t nobody do me like the Lord
Can’t nobody do me like Jesus
He’s my friend

“Abide With Me” by Henry Francis Lyte
Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
The darkness deepens Lord, with me abide
When other helpers fail and comforts flee
Help of the helpless, oh, abide with me

11024 S. Bell Avenue 

Chicago, IL 60643

​773-445-9443

Rev. Dr. Joel Mitchell, Pastor



Morgan Park

 Baptist Church

“Day by Day” (from ‘Godspell’) by Stephen Schwartz
Day by day, day by day
Oh, dear Lord, three things I pray
To see Thee more clearly
love Thee more dearly 
Follow Thee more nearly, Day by day

God’s Family Worships
Communion Sunday and 24th Sunday After Pentecost
November 7, 2021 - 11:00 A.M. 
                                                                        
God, we come to you with gratitude for the provision of saints past and present. May your gifts of grace, love, and mercy make us complete and ready to greet each day with renewed joy. Amen.

The Fellowship of Praise
Prelude                                                                        Cameron Jones        
*Call to Worship                                                                  Judy Healy

Leader: From the rising of the sun…
Congregation:  God speaks, calling out to the earth 
Leader:  At the beginning of each new day…
Congregation:  God speaks, calling us to life and service 
Leader: Even with the setting son… 
Congregation:  God speaks, reminding us that we are not alone 
Leader:  As we gather for worship this day…
Congregation:  God speaks, inviting us to love freely and to become true treasure on Earth 
                      
*Hymn of Praise         “Abide With Me”        by Henry Francis Lyte


 *Invocation and Lord’s Prayer (debts/debtors)
*Gloria Patri #734


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The Fellowship of the Family of God
Greetings and Announcements
Pastor’s Welcome

The Fellowship of Giving
*Doxology #34
*Prayer

The Fellowship of Prayer
Joys and Concerns
Praise and Thanks
For the continued ministry of MPBC; and the love and support of our MPBC members and friends; for our Pastor, Rev. Dr. Joel Mitchell and his family.
For Healing and Rehabilitation
Annette Adams; Annether Baines; Diane Brownlee; Patsy Browning; Beverly Capers (sister of Beatrice Haywood); Elizabeth Chelton (Granddaughter of Patsy Browning); Trisha Clark (granddaughter of Penny Lord); Neil Cunningham; The Goodman Family; Linda Guisewite (mother of Debbie Taylor); Floyd Hale and family; Priscilla Hall; Aretha Hampton; Shavon Harp (Niece of Annether Baines);
The Haywood Family; The Healy/Chase Family; Family of Cleone Kober;
The Kurut Family; Jack & Penny Lord; Linda, Stephanie & Joan McCarty; John & Flora Mitchell (Pastor Joel’s parents);Sam and Karen Mitchell;
Family of Reverend Millie Myren; Beverly Nickerson; Haile Selassie (son of Bruce and Rev. Francine White); Barbara Shriver (mother of Gretchen Shriver); Robert Soria (grandson of Susan Soria); Debbie and Mack Taylor; Cassandra Taylor (JFK owner); Jean Turner; Michael Whaley; Jeremy Williams & Family; Ira Williams
For Guidance and Direction

For our MPBC family, our vision for the future, and for our young people
For Watchcare
All of our service men and women serving and all of our veterans; All of our missionaries, who serve in all parts of the USA and in many parts of the world; For the President of the United States, Joe Biden. For all the people who have suffered through natural disasters; For the city of Chicago, that violence will cease.

Pastoral Prayer

The Fellowship of the Word and the Table
Scripture Readings                                                    Matthew 5: 14-16

14 ‘You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hidden.15No one after lighting a lamp puts it under the bushel basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all in the house. 16In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven.

Sermon            “THE LIGHT WITHIN YOU”              Rev. Francine White
              
*Hymn     “Day by Day”       (from ‘Godspell’) by Stephen Schwartz

Invitation to the Table
The Bread and the Cup
Communion Music        
                          
The Sending Forth
*Closing Hymn           “Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus”          by Andraé Crouch 

* Benediction
  Postlude     


 
NOVEMBER
BIRTHDAYS:                                                                                                                     11/4 – THOMAS ALDWORTH                                                                                          JUDY HEALY                                                                                                                      11/6 – JACOB HAYWOOD                                                                                           

11/15 – JEREMY WILLIAMS                                                                                                11/17 – FLOYD HALE (YOUNGER)                                                                                       JERRY WILLIAMS

ANNIVERSARIES:                                                                                                          11/22 – CHUCK & SHIRLEY OPPENLANDER                                                      
Bible Study Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM
Here are 3 ways to participate
Facebook Live on our church page
(Facebook account required)
Zoom – Meeting ID: 981 6156 4733
Passcode: B6gZ2L

Phone in   +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
Meeting ID: 981 6156 4733#
Passcode: 566807#

Veterans Day     
November 11th
We honor our veterans, worthy men and women who gave their best when they were called upon to serve and protect their country. Bless them for their unselfish service in the continual struggle to preserve our freedoms, our safety, and our country's heritage, for all of us.