Here is a guide for worship with your family in your home on Sunday while we are unable to meet. This is the order of service we would’ve used had we met together. Certainly your family should substitute elements to fit your style, but nevertheless…here is a guide for you.
Sunday 3/22 – Psalm 61, When my heart is overwhelmed 

Call To Worship: Psalm 61:8 — Read the verse, comment on it, have prayer aloud. 

Opening Hymn: 679, Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus — Sing this song with your family, mix it up—try singing parts or take turns singing verses.

Hymn: 136, All the Way My Savior Leads Me — Sing this song with your family, mix it up—try singing parts or take turns singing verses.

Reading: Psalm 61 — Read the chapter together, aloud, try it responsively like at church 

Confession: Baptist Confession of Faith #4-6. — Someone asks the questions, everyone else say aloud the answers

4-Who made you? God made me. (Psalm 139:13, Jeremiah 1:5)

5-What other things did God make? God made everything. (Genesis 1:1, Psalm 89:11)

6-Who made God? No one made God, He is eternal. (Psalm 90:2, Isaiah 41:4, 1 Timothy 1:17, Revelation 22:13) 


Doxology: Praise God from Whom all Blessings Flow — Sing this song with your family, mix it up—try singing parts or take turns singing verses.

Here is a link to the words and music.


Offering: Give here — https://faithlife.com/hb-b/give 
Special Song: He Will Hold Me Fast — Sing this song with your family, mix it up—try singing parts or take turns singing verses.

Sermon: Psalm 61, When my heart is overwhelmed — I will send you the audio this sermon on Sunday, however, I encourage someone in each home to study this passage and teach it there for your family. 

I. The Prayer of the Overwhelmed, v.1.
II. The Position of the Overwhelmed, v.2. 
III. The Place for the Overwhelmed, v.3-4. 
IV. The Praise of one once Overwhelmed, v.5-8.  

Closing Hymn: 687 Till the Storm Passes By — Sing this song with your family, mix it up—try singing parts or take turns singing verses.
Here is a link to the words and music.

Benediction: Psalm 61:4: Read the verse, comment on it, have prayer aloud.