Nineteenth Avenue Baptist Church

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Be blessed.

Church location:
1370 19th Avenue (between Irving and Judah)
San Francisco, CA 94122

Mailing address:
1362 19th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122

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80 Backpacks Needed!
Kids are returning to school for in-person learning soon. Many refugee and immigrant families are low-income and are in need of school supplies. Donating $30 will provide one backpack and supplies for a child who comes from Myanmar, Mongolia, Afghanistan, and other countries. Give at and make sure to note "BACKPACKS" when you give.

Rick and Lita Sample are Cooperative Baptist Church field personnel that work with newly immigrated people in the East Bay. NABC has pledged to partner with the Samples, as they strive to serve their communities and spread the Good News.


Worship 7-11-21



This is the day the Lord has made.
Though the earth may shake and the skies may fall,
We will trust in God’s mercies that are new with every dawn.

On this day of celebration, at this time when hopes are new,�God, we gather as your people, called to put our trust in you.�You have made the world we live in; you have worked through history.�In your plan we find our purpose, in your love, our unity.

Long ago, you sent our Savior to this world in deep despair.�In your Word made flesh you came, our life to know, our sins to bear.�Christ has died and Christ is risen! At this good news we proclaim:�Yesterday, today, forever — Jesus Christ is still the same!

Through two thousand years of changes, through these passing centuries,�You have called your church to witness to Christ's love that claims and frees.�Each new generation hears you, each must find a fresh new way�to make known the life you offer, to the people in their day.

On this day, we pause and wonder what the future years will bring,�Yet we know you clothe each flower and you make each sparrow sing.�How much more will you protect us with your guiding, caring hand!�By your Spirit, lead us boldly in the future you have planned.

Come and stand before your Maker, full of wonder, full of fear
Come behold His power and glory, yet with confidence draw near
For the one who holds the heavens, and commands the stars above
Is the God who bends to bless us, with an unrelenting love

Refrain 1 –

Rejoice, come and lift your hands and raise your voice,
He is worthy of our praise, rejoice, sing of mercies of your King
And with trembling, rejoice

We are children of the promise, the beloved of the Lord
Won with everlasting kindness, bought with sacrificial blood
Bringing reconciliation to a world that longs to know
The affections of a Father who will never let them go

Refrain 1

All our sickness, all our sorrows Jesus carried up the hill
He has walked this path before us, He is walking with us still
Turning tragedy to triumph, turning agony to praise
There is blessing in the battle, so take heart and stand amazed

Refrain 2 –

Rejoice, when you cry to Him, He hears your voice,
He will wipe away your tears, rejoice, in the midst of suffering
He will help you sing

Refrain 1

Give me one pure and holy passion, give me one magnificent obsession
Give me one glorious ambition for my life – to know and follow hard after You.

To know and follow hard after You, to grow as Your disciple in Your truth.
This world is empty, pale and poor compared to knowing you, my Lord.
Lead me on and I will run after You, lead me on and I will run after You.

I have called you by your name, you are mine;
I have gifted you and ask you now to shine.
I will not abandon you; all my promises are true.
You are gifted, called, and chosen; you are mine.

I will help you learn my name as you go;
Read it written in my people, help them grow.
Pour the water in my name, speak the word your soul can claim,
offer Jesus’ body given long ago.

I know you will need my touch as you go;
feel it pulsing in creation’s ebb and flow.
Like the woman reaching out, choosing faith in spite of doubt,
hold the hem of Jesus’ robe, then let it go.

I have given you a name, it is mine;
I have given you my Spirit as a sign.
With my wonder in your soul, make my wounded children whole;
go and tell my precious people they are mine.

Love divine, all loves excelling, joy of heaven to earth come down,
fix in us thy humble dwelling, all thy faithful mercies crown.
Jesus, thou art all compassion, pure, unbounded love thou art;
visit us with thy salvation, enter every trembling heart.

Breathe, O breathe thy loving Spirit into every troubled breast;
let us all in thee inherit, let us find the promised rest.
Take away the love of sinning, Alpha and Omega be;
end of faith, as its beginning, set our hearts at liberty.

Come, almighty to deliver, let us all thy life receive;
suddenly return, and never, never more thy temples leave.
Thee we would be always blessing, serve thee as thy hosts above,
pray and praise thee without ceasing, glory in thy perfect love.

Finish then thy new creation, pure and spotless let us be;
let us see thy great salvation perfectly restored in thee:
changed from glory into glory, till in heaven we take our place,
till we cast our crowns before thee, lost in wonder, love, and praise.

We lift our voices, we lift our hands,
We lift our lives up to You; we are an offering.
Lord, use our voices, Lord, use our hands;
Lord, use our lives, they are Yours; we are an offering.
All that we have, all that we are, all that we hope to be,
We give to You, we give to You.
We lift our voices, we lift our hands,
We lift our lives up to You; we are an offering, we are an offering.

Rise up, O saints of God! From vain ambitions turn;
Christ rose triumphant that your hearts with nobler zeal might burn.

Rise up, O saints of God! His kingdom’s task embrace;
Redress sin’s cruel consequence; give justice larger place.

Give heed, O saints of God! Creation cries in pain;
Stretch forth your hand of healing now, with love the weak sustain.

Commit your hearts to seek the paths which Christ has trod,
And, quickened by the Spirit’s power, rise up, O saints of God!

Music Notes/CCLI #158188:
I Have Called You by your Name – © 1998 Hope Publishing Co. Words and Music: Daniel Damon, 1989.
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling – Words: Charles Wesley, 1747; Music: John Zundel, 1870.
One Pure and Holy Passion –© 1988 Curb Dayspring Music/Sovereign Grace Praise. Words and Music: Mark Altrogge.
On This Day of Celebration – Words © 1999 Carolyn Winfrey Gillette.
Rejoice – © 2013 Dead Birth Theology/It’s All About Jesus Music/Townend Songs/We Are Young We Are Faster
Rise Up, O Saints of God! – Words: Norman Forness, 1978. Music: William Walter, 1894.
We Are an Offering – © 1984 Bug and Bear Music.


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Worship 7-4-21

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Worship 6-27-21



Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters;
Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost.
Listen, listen to Me and eat what is good,
and your soul will delight in the richest of fare.

Out of need and out of custom, we have gathered here again;
To the gathering we are bringing love and laughter, grief and pain.
Some believing, some rejoicing, some afraid, and some in doubt,
Come we now our questions voicing, we would search these matters out.

Come we now our masks displaying, fearing that we shall be known,
Foolish games forever playing, feeling meanwhile so alone.
Let pretensions’ power be broken, to be human let us dare;
Let the truth in love be spoken, let us now the questing share.

We have heard the glowing stories of the things which God has done,
Of his power and his glory, of his love in Christ his Son.
God of human transformation, for your presence now we pray,
Lead us ever on the journey as we gather here today.

All the way my Savior leads me, what have I to ask beside.
Can I doubt his tender mercies who through life has been my guide.
Heavenly peace, divinest comfort, here by faith in Him to dwell.
For I know whate’er befall me, Jesus doeth all things well.

Refrain –
He leadeth me, He leadeth me, by His own hand He leadeth me.
His faithful follower I would be, for by His hand He leadeth me.

All the way my Savior leads me; cheers each winding path I tread,
gives me grace for ev’ry trial, feeds me with the living bread.
Tho’ my weary steps may falter and my soul at thirst may be,
gushing from the Rock before me; lo! a spring of joy I see.


All the way my Savior leads me; O the fullness of his love!
Perfect rest to me is promised in my Father’s house above;
when my spirit, clothed immortal, wings its flight to realms of day,
this my song through endless ages, “Jesus led me all the way.”


For all You’ve done, for all You’re going to do;
we give You thanks, and lift our praise to You.

Refrain –

We give thanks, we give praise;
for we know that in all things You’re working for our good.
We give thanks, we give praise;
for, by faith, we know Your grace will see us through.

For all those things that we don’t understand;
we come, by faith, and place them in Your hand.


Even if we stumble, even if we fall,
You will not forsake us, You are King and Lord of all.


Give to the winds your fears, in hope be undismayed;
God hears your sighs and counts your tears, God shall lift up your head;
through waves and clouds and storms he gently clears the way;
wait for his time, so shall the night soon end in joyous day.

Far, far above your thought his counsel shall appear,
when fully he the work has wrought that caused your needless fear.
Leave to his sovereign will to choose and to command:
with wonder filled you then shall own how wise, how strong his hand.

God, whose giving knows no ending, from your rich and endless store:
Nature’s wonder, Jesus’ wisdom, costly cross, grave’s shattered door,
Gifted by you, we turn to you, offering up ourselves in praise;
Thankful song shall rise forever, gracious donor of our days.

Skills and time are ours for pressing toward the goals of Christ, your Son:
All at peace in health and freedom, races joined, the Church made one,
Now direct our daily labor, lest we strive for self alone:
Born with talents, make us servants fit to answer at your throne.

Treasures, too, you have entrusted, gain through powers your grace conferred;
Ours to use for home and kindred, and to spread the Gospel Word.
Open wide our hands in sharing, as we heed Christ’s ageless call,
Healing, teaching, and reclaiming, serving you by loving all.

Lord, dismiss us with your blessing; fill our hearts with joy and peace;
let us each, your love possessing, triumph in redeeming grace;
O direct us and protect us traveling through this wilderness.

Thanks we give and adoration for your gospel’s joyful sound;
may the fruits of your salvation in our hearts and lives abound;
ever faithful, ever faithful to your truth may we be found.

Music Notes/CCLI #158188:
All the Way/He Leadeth Me – arr. Melissa Bent.
For All You’ve Done – © 1997 Integrity’s Hosanna! Music. Words and Music: Don Moen.
Give to the Winds Your Fears – Words: Paul Gerhardt, 1653; para. of Psalm 37. Music: George Elvey, 1868.
God, Whose Giving Knows no Ending – © 1961. Renewal 1989 The Hymn Society. Words: Robert Edwards, 1961.
Lord, Dismiss Us with Your Blessing – Words: Attr. John Fawcett, 1773. Music: Sicilian melody, 18th C.
The Gathering – © 1977 Word Music. Words and Music: Ken Medema, 1972.


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Worship 6-20-21



Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good.
Let those who love the Lord say:

God’s holy ways are just and true, his promises are every new,
O praise him, alleluia!
Let every heart with praises sing and make this house with voices ring:
O praise him, O praise him! Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Bring back to mind his grace and love, our needs provided from above;
O praise him, alleluia!
He kept his word and Jesus came to make a people for his name;
O praise him, O praise him! Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Tell once again his deeds of old, the story of our mighty God,
O praise him, alleluia!
For all his glorious works and ways we shall rejoice through endless days;
O praise him, O praise him! Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Give thanks to the Lord, our God and King, your love endures forever.
For you are good, you are above all things, your love endures forever.
Sing praise, sing praise.

With a mighty hand and outstretched arm, your love endures forever.
For the life that’s been reborn, your love endures forever.
Sing praise, sing praise. Sing praise, sing praise.

Forever God is faithful, forever God is strong,
Forever God is with us, forever, forever.

From the rising to the setting sun, your love endures forever.
By the grace of God we will carry on, your love endures forever.
Sing praise, sing praise. Sing praise, sing praise.

Forever God is faithful, forever God is strong,
Forever God is with us, forever.
Forever God is faithful, forever God is strong,
Forever God is with us, forever, forever.

The splendor of the King, clothed in majesty,
let all the earth rejoice, all the earth rejoice.�He wraps himself in light, and darkness tries to hide,
and trembles at His voice, trembles at His voice.�
Refrain -
How great is our God, sing with me,�how great is our God, and all will see,�how great, how great is our God.

Age to age He stands, and time is in His hands,�Beginning and the End, Beginning and the End.�The Godhead, Three in One: Father, Spirit, Son,�the Lion and the Lamb, the Lion and the Lamb.


Bridge -
Name above all names, worthy of our praise,�my heart will sing how great is our God.
Name above all names, worthy of our praise,�my heart will sing how great is our God.


O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth.
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth.
O Lord, we praise Your name. O Lord, we magnify Your name:
Prince of Peace, mighty God; O Lord God Almighty. (repeat all)

We are called to be God’s people, showing by our lives his grace,
One in heart and one in spirit, sign of hope for all the race.
Let us show how he has changed us, and remade us as his own,
Let us share our life together as we shall around his throne.

We are called to be God’s servants, working in his world today,
Taking his own task upon us, all his sacred words obey.
Let us rise, then, to his summons, dedicate to him our all,
That we may be faithful servants, quick to answer now his call.

We are called to be God’s prophets, speaking for the truth and right,
Standing firm for godly justice, bringing evil things to light.
Let us seek the courage needed, our high calling to fulfill,
That the world may know the blessing of the doing of God’s will.

May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Father, establish your kingdom; Father, establish Your will in our lives.

May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Jesus, establish your kingdom; Jesus, establish Your will in our lives.

May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
May your kingdom come, May your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Music Notes/CCLI #158188:
Forever – © 2001 songs (ASCAP); Words and Music: Chris Tomlin.
God’s Holy Ways Are Just and True – © 1990 Hope Publishing Co. Words: Psalm 111; para. Barbara Woollett, c. 1984; Music: Geistliche Kirchengesäng, Cologne, 1623.
How Great is Our God – © 2004 Alletrop Music (BMI) (admin. by Music Services, Inc.)/
Composers: Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Ed Cash.
How Majestic Is Your Name – © 1981 Meadowgreen Music Co. Words and Music: Michael W. Smith.
May Your Kingdom Come – © 1991 Maranatha! Music. Words and Music: Kirk Dearman.
We Are Called to Be God’s People – Words © 1975 Broadman Press. Words: Thomas Jackson, 1973. Music: Franz Joseph Haydn, 1797.

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1370 19th Avenue
San Francisco, CA

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***SF HEALTH ADVISORY*** The Mayor of San Francisco together with the SF Public Health Department has declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 crisis, and has ordered all non-essential public gatherings cease until May 3rd, 2020. To comply with the mandate and protect our most vulnerable members of our community, NABC will not hold physical meetings on or off-site until further notice. Please join us for Midday Meetups at noon everyday, except Sundays. On Sunday NABC will hold a worship service on Facebook Live. All are welcome, as always. Please see more information about the Stay at Home order: Check out our website for more information!
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