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Daily chapel service
Divine Service, Setting Two
Confession and Absolution LSB 167
Kyrie LSB 168
Hymn of Praise – “This Is the Feast” LSB 171
Salutation and Collect of the Day LSB 172
Old Testament Reading Jeremiah 1:1–10
Alleluia and Verse LSB 952
L Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.
C (sung) Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!
Holy Gospel John 20:19–31
The Holy Gospel is read from the center of the congregation to show that Christ dwells among His people through His Holy Word. Please turn and face the processional cross during the reading of the Holy Gospel.
Hymn of the Day LSB 470 “O Sons and Daughters of the King”
All: Stanzas 1, 8–9
Pulpit side: Stanzas 2, 4, 6
Lectern side: Stanzas 3, 5, 7
Nicene Creed LSB 174
Prayer of the Church
Following the prayers, the people may greet one another in the name of the Lord, saying “Peace be with you,” as a sign of reconciliation and of the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (Matt. 5:22–24; Eph. 4:1–3).
Offertory Hymn “Luas Muab Yexus Lub Cev” Hmong Lutheran Hymnal, 67
Luas muab Yexus lub cev They place Jesus’ body
Tso huv qhov ntxaa ca in the tomb
Vaajtswv ntsaa Nwg sawv rov God raised Him
Qaab muaj txujsa back to life
Vaajtswv tsaa Tswv Yexus sawv God raised Christ Jesus up
Nwg kov yeej kev tuag peb txha dlim plawg He overcame death so we are free
Nwg muaj fwjchim luj dlua dlaab He has power over the evil one
ntxwg nyoog huvsi
Nwg yuav nrug cov ntseeg nyob ntev He will be with
dlhawv moob ibtxhis the believers forever
Yexus sawv Yexus sawv Jesus is risen, Jesus is risen
Hasleslusyas Yexus sawv Alleluia, Jesus is risen
Luas npug lub rooj ntxaa ca They covered (closed) the tomb
Tsi pub leejtwg qheb No one can open
Puab ntshai muaj tuabneeg nyag They were afraid people might
Yexus lub cev Chorus steal Jesus’ body
Yexus kov yeej kev tuag Jesus overcame death
Nwg sawv rov muaj sa He came back to life
Peb txha muaj Txuj moo zoo We have the Gospel
Cawm peb txujsa Chorus to save our lives
Service of the Sacrament LSB 177 ff.
Prayer of Thanksgiving
The Words of Our Lord
Proclamation of Christ
The congregation is encouraged to begin coming forward to the communion rails during the singing of the Agnus Dei.
The Lord’s Supper will be distributed at the altar rails in a continuous flow. Both pulpit and lectern sides come forward at the same time. Beginning at the center of the rail, please take the next available place at the rail, moving around toward the wall behind the altar and allowing for space between you and others as you are comfortable. Both the chalice and individual cups are available. The chalice is continuously cleansed with alcohol-soaked purificators. After communing, please return to your seat by the side aisles.
Distribution Hymns LSB 466 “Christ Has Arisen, Alleluia”
“He Will Hold Me Fast” (green insert)
Post-Communion Collect LSB 183
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In the Lord’s Service
Presiding Minister Rev. Robert Brown
Peace Lutheran Church—St. Louis, MO
Preacher Rev. Dr. David Schmitt
Lector Rev. Dr. Jon Vieker
Seminarian Daniel Bueckman
Seminarian Will Fredstrom
Seminarian Jason Kohm
Thurifer Seminarian Michael Wilke
Cantor Seminarian Daniel Thoelke
Pianist and singers Seminarian Joel Her
Organist Rev. Dr. James Marriott
Concerning the Divine Service
The Lord’s Supper is celebrated on our campus in the confession and glad confidence that our Lord Jesus, as He says, gives His very body and blood under the bread and wine for us Christians to eat and drink for the forgiveness of sin. In joyful obedience to the clear teaching of our Lord, those are invited to His table who trust His words, repent of all sin, set aside any refusal to forgive, and forgive as He forgives us. Because Holy Communion is a confession of the faith which is confessed at this altar, any who are not yet instructed, in doubt, or who hold a confession differing from that of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, and so are unable to receive the Sacrament, are invited to meditate on God’s Word in the distribution hymns and pray for the day when divisions will have ceased.
This service of Holy Communion is hosted by Peace Lutheran Church, St. Louis, Rev. Jon Furgeson, Senior Pastor.
Individual Confession and Absolution is available through Chaplain Sieveking. email@example.com. “When I urge you to go to confession, I am simply urging you to be a Christian.” (Large Catechism, Brief Exhortation, 32).
Hearing device assistance is available in the chapel by downloading AudioFetch to your smart phone. Once installed, connect to “CSLHearing” on the chapel WiFi. The password to connect is “Seminary1839.” You can then use personal headphones or earbuds to listen and adjust the sound as appropriate. If you need any help with this process, please speak with the tech worker at the sound booth located on the right side of the chapel. He will be happy to assist.
To submit prayer requests for daily chapel, please submit them via SemNet: Semnet>Resources>Chapel>Prayer Request.
Ellory Glenn, father of Micah Glenn—ongoing recovery.
Jacob A. O. Preus, III, former CSL professor—recovery from stroke.
Abjar Bahkou, CSL professor—recovering from injuries sustained in an auto accident.
Arthur Graudin, professor emeritus—recovering from an infection.
The Seminary community gathers for daily worship at 9:35 a.m. Monday through Friday, when classes are in session, in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus. During our daily chapel services, we rejoice in receiving the gifts that God gives us in His Word and Sacraments. The worship schedule generally follows the orders of service from the Lutheran Service Book (LSB). Holy Communion is distributed each Wednesday and is sponsored by a Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod congregation.
The public is invited to attend chapel services in person or watch via live stream.