McLane Church Anywhere

The full McLane Church Worship experience is here. Use this week’s Order of Worship by scanning the QR code or printing a copy here. McLane Church is united in worship but unique in experience!

  • Welcome
  • Scripture & A Song
  • Announcements
  • Offering & Prayer
  • Sermon
  • Talk It Over
  • Concluding Song
  • Concluding Prayer
Welcome

2-3 minutes.

  1. A warm, friendly welcome. Loud enough so everyone can hear you.
  2. Logistics that are important for everyone. (i.e. bathroom and water location, agenda for the worship experience) Anything that might be important for everyone to feel comfortable.
  3. A transition and call to worship. Keep it tight and focused.


Scripture & A Song
Scripture and songs are tied together throughout the Bible. They work hand-in-hand to ready our spirits for worship. Scripture can help us focus on the words of a song. And songs are the prayers of our heart; often more life changing than spoken word. So sing loud. Sing often. (If you prefer live worship, we will be glad to make our chord charts available by request.)

Announcements

These are important announcements for the whole church to hear. These keep us unified and supporting McLane Church.


Offering & Prayer

This segment is a nice transition to the sermon.

There are four ways to give. Please mention these rather than collecting money at your worship experience. No need to feel funny about this. It is a “spiritual act of worship” which we believe changes each giver for the better.

The prayer is written by our worship leaders, serving as a model on how to pray and uniting McLane Church in heart and mind.


Sermon
Please use the video or the audio for this week’s sermon.

Talk It Over

Questions are prepared each week and are designed to prompt insights, questions, and the life experience of each listener. If these are used immediately following the sermon, it would be much the same as what was done in Israel at the time of the early church.

For the sake of time, you may want to choose one or two questions.


Concluding Song
This is a song specially chosen to reinforce all that you experience during the worship gathering. Use these moments to process all that you have heard and learned today.

Concluding Prayer

This is a blessing or benediction to both conclude the service and send people out to do good in the week ahead.


2-3 minutes.

  1. A warm, friendly welcome. Loud enough so everyone can hear you.
  2. Logistics that are important for everyone. (i.e. bathroom and water location, agenda for the worship experience) Anything that might be important for everyone to feel comfortable.
  3. A transition and call to worship. Keep it tight and focused.


Scripture and songs are tied together throughout the Bible. They work hand-in-hand to ready our spirits for worship. Scripture can help us focus on the words of a song. And songs are the prayers of our heart; often more life changing than spoken word. So sing loud. Sing often. (If you prefer live worship, we will be glad to make our chord charts available by request.)




These are important announcements for the whole church to hear. These keep us unified and supporting McLane Church.


This segment is a nice transition to the sermon.

There are four ways to give. Please mention these rather than collecting money at your worship experience. No need to feel funny about this. It is a “spiritual act of worship” which we believe changes each giver for the better.

The prayer is written by our worship leaders, serving as a model on how to pray and uniting McLane Church in heart and mind.


Please use the video or the audio for this week’s sermon.




Questions are prepared each week and are designed to prompt insights, questions, and the life experience of each listener. If these are used immediately following the sermon, it would be much the same as what was done in Israel at the time of the early church.

For the sake of time, you may want to choose one or two questions.


This is a song specially chosen to reinforce all that you experience during the worship gathering. Use these moments to process all that you have heard and learned today.




This is a blessing or benediction to both conclude the service and send people out to do good in the week ahead.


It’s important for kids to worship each week too!  We’ve provided an online experience for kids and families to sing worship songs and watch a Bible story video.

It’s important for kids to worship each week too!  We’ve provided an online experience for kids and families to sing worship songs and watch a Bible story video.