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Set Your Mind

Nothing Shall Separate Us

Sixth Sunday After Pentecost, Year A

Here we are in the midst of summer, wondering how we will hold on to folks when summer fun calls. Of course, COVID-19 might have something to say about what and where and when we can gather, even out in the wilderness of the great land of ours.

This series centers on relationships, on hope. and on life in the Spirit. Following are some suggestions for music for your worship service. These songs can be sung/led by a soloist online, or with a praise band, or simply played as an instrumental offering. Whichever way you may need to share the music for your congregation, we encourage you to think about the many ways that you can share in the music without singing in a confined room. There are many ways to embody a song without actually singing, and you are encouraged to be creative and, above all, err on the side of safety. For more ideas on how to share in the music without singing visit UMCDiscipleship.org or thehymnsociety.org/covid-19.

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – Set Your Mind

July 12, 2020 – Romans 8:1-11

A couple of hymns that work well for the entire three weeks are “O Spirit of the Living God,” 539, United Methodist Hymnal; “O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing,” 57, United Methodist Hymnal; and the more modern version found in Worship & Song, 3001. Another lively song to use each week is “Every Time I Feel the Spirit,” 404, United Methodist Hymnal.

Other songs that work well with the scripture and theme for this first week are “I am Thine, O Lord” (UMH 419), “I Come with Joy to Meet My Lord” (UMH 617), and “You Are Mine (The Faith We Sing, 2218).

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