Corner Church - UNITED SERVICE - Target Field Station Minneapolis
Corner Church - Sunday, June 6
John 13
Locations & Times
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  • Target Field Station
    500 N 5th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
Announcements:

Tuesday Morning Prayer. 9a-10a in Corner Coffee North Loop’s Kids Space. Join in person or on Zoom. (Link is on the Corner Church calendar.)

Corner Church Summer Connection Events. Will you consider hosting or putting together a Summer Connection Event? Anything from a hike, bonfire, bike ride, camping trip, or meal out, to a backyard hangout… Our goal is to have dozens of Connection Events this summer. They can be small. They can be free. They can be whatever you dream up. Go to cornerchurch.tv/summer-events to share your plans.

Some Connection Events are already on our calendar: Ultimate Frisbee at 12:30p at the Commons park today. Dessert at the Woller house at 7p on June 19. Walk to the Aquatennial Fireworks from Corner Coffee North Loop on July 24. DIY Saturdays. Get more information at cornerchurch.tv/summer-events.

Ministry Teams. Serving in community makes community. On your connection card you can indicate interest in serving on a specific ministry team or just indicate that you are willing to help in any way.

Scott Woller is starting another session of the class “Coaching 101” starting on June 17. If you have interest, let him know at scott@cornerchurch.tv.
Whole Heart:

Hold me now
In the hands that created the heavens
Find me now
Where the grace runs as deep as Your scars

You pulled me from the clay
You set me on a rock
Called me by Your Name
And made my heart whole again

Lifted up
And my knees know it's all for Your glory
That I might stand
With more reasons to sing than to fear
You pulled me from the clay
Set me on a rock
Called me by Your Name
And made my heart whole again

So here I stand, high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out

Once I was broken
But You loved my whole heart through
Sin has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds me now

And that grace
Owns the ground where the grave did
Where all my shame
Remains left for dead in Your wake

You crashed those age-old gates
You left no stone unturned
You stepped out of that grave
And shouldered me all the way
(Come on)

So here I stand high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out

'Cause once I was broken
But You loved my whole heart through
Sin has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds me now

Healed and forgiven
Look where my chains are now
Death has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds that ground

And Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now, oh, oh

So here I stand, high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out (if you feel comfortable lift your hands sing it out)

Here I stand, high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out

Here I stand, high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out (here I stand)

Here I stand, high in surrender
I need You now
Hold my heart now and forever
My soul cries out

Once I was broken
But You loved my whole heart through
Sin has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds me now

Healed and forgiven
Look where my chains are now
Death has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds that ground

And Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now
Your grace holds me now

Healed and forgiven
Look where my chains are now
Death has no hold on me
'Cause Your grace holds that ground
And Your grace holds me now
(Your grace holds me now)
Heartbeats:

Love strung out I am found in the price You paid
I know that Your life is the blood running through my veins
My eyes fixed wide on the light of the cross again
I feel the weight drop in the wake of the empty grave
I want You, need You
I love You Jesus
My heart beats forever
Just to know You
Let go and throw
My future into Your hands
Again

Heart beats loud to the sound of a different drum
Calling me out from the crowd to pursue the One

I want You, need You
I love You Jesus
My heart beats forever
Just to know You
Let go and throw
My future into Your hands

I want You, need You
I love You Jesus
My heart beats forever
Just to know You
Let go and throw
My future into Your hands
Again

Break me down till I soar on grace
Lead me on through the fire and rain
The rhythm of my heart beats wild
For Your endless praise
Every waking hour I will seek Your face
I want You, need You
I love You Jesus
My heart beats forever
Just to know You
Let go and throw
My future into Your hands

I want You, need You
I love You Jesus
My heart beats forever
Just to know You
Let go and throw
My future into Your hands
Again
Again
Again
Prayer Focus:

Missions: Pray for Josiah, Micah and Aurora Kennealy, with Global Student Initiatives. They do student ministry primarily at Normandale. Please be praying for them as they are expecting their second child in August.

Local: Be praying for people in our city that are homeless. Pray for opportunities to be an answer to prayer.

Church: Pray for connection and reconnection as we move into a “post pandemic” world.
Kindness
Understanding
Empathetic
Compassionate
Caring
Humility
Integrity
Adaptive
Honesty
Forgiveness
Respect
Responsible
Patience
Generous
Loving
Reliable
Positive
Courage
Encouraging
Polite
Considerate
Leadership
Self-controlled
Diligent
Unselfish
Hardworking
Mindful
Pragmatic
Warm
Strong
Temperate
Thrifty
Cooperative
Faithful
Assertive
Great listener
Thorough
Fairness
Loyalty
Flexible
Perceptive
Resourceful
Imaginative
Ambitious
Curiosity
Eloquent
Friendly
Independent
Focused
Punctual

Dialogue Question:

What is one of your primary character or personality traits?
Dialogue Question:

What personality or character trait did you pick?
How do people tend to respond to this attribute of yours?
Dialogue Question:

Make a list of attributes that people in your world ascribe to God.
Dialogue Question:

How do people in your world respond to their perceived character traits of God?
Dialogue Question:

What is the response to Jesus’ character and personality being on display?
Dialogue Question:

How have you seen or are you seeing Jesus' character of humbly serving being lived out?
And tying to our earlier conversations: What is your response to recognizing that character trait now?
Take It Deeper Questions:

Read John 13:1-17.
Would you rather have someone touch your feet or touch someone else’s feet? Why?
In your life, who have you seen “washing feet”? What do you admire about them? What obstacles do you face in being like them?
How does Jesus’ personality and character being on display impact you today?
How can you be Christlike in relationship with the people in your world?

Bible Reading Plan:

Leviticus 4
Leviticus 5
Leviticus 6
John 8
John 9
John 10