Service Bulletin

Sunday, June 25, 2017                                                                                                 10:00 a.m.

Third Sunday After Pentecost

Prelude: Voluntary In C Major – J. Zundel

THE GATHERING OF THE COMMUNITY

Processional Hymn: 10 – We, the Lord’s People
(Children leave for Kids’ Club during last verse)

                                                                                                                             BAS Page

Gathering Sentences                                                                                                  185  

Gloria    (Hymn #702)

Collect of the Day

     THE PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD AND PRAYER

First Reading – Genesis 21.8-21 (pg 16 in the pew Bible)            

Psalm 86.1-10, 16-17
 Response: Turn to me; save the child of your hand-maid.

Second Reading – Romans 6.1b-11 (pg 1030 in the pew Bible) 

     Gradual Hymn: 651 – God Sends Us the Spirit

The Gospel – Matthew 10.24-39 (pg 888 in the pew Bible)

Sermon –   The Right Reverend Nigel Shaw

The Apostles’ Creed                                                                                                   189

Prayers of the People

Let us pray.
When you hear the phrase, “let us pray to the Lord”, the response is “Lord, hear our prayer.”

Loving our neighbours as ourselves, we offer our prayers on behalf of the church and the world.

For the peace of the whole world, for the welfare of the holy Church of God, and for the unity of all, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

For our Bishops, for all clergy and people, remembering especially the church in Nyahururu, Kenya and Al Ahli Hospital, Gaza, in the Diocese of Jerusalem.
And in our own diocese: St. Alban the Martyr, Mattawa, St. Margaret of Scotland, Rutherglen; For the Child, Youth and Adult Learniing Facilitator and for members of the Property & Finance Committee and its subcommittees; let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, hear our prayer.

For the leaders of the nations, and for all in authority, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, hear our prayer.

For this city and every neighbourhood here represented, and for those who live in them, especially remembering our country of Canada as we celebrate 150 years of Confederation; let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

For good weather, and for abundant harvests for all to share,
let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

For those who travel by land, water, or air,
let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

For the sick and the suffering (especially Darren, Ethel, Marilyn, Murray, Terais, Wendy, Gail, Nadia, Lynne and the Almadi family
for prisoners and captives, and for their safety, health and salvation, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

For Richard and Peter, that their marriage be strong and filled with love for you, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, hear our prayer.

Gracious God, hear our prayers that we may love you with our whole being and willingly share the concerns of our neighbours. Amen.

Confession & Absolution                                                                                         191

The Peace                                                                                                                    192

THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST 

The Preparation of the Gifts

                               Offertory Hymn: 403 – Let All Things Now Living

Prayer over the Gifts

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The Great Thanksgiving – Eucharistic Prayer #7                                  

The Lord’s Prayer   (sung- Fleming)                                                                    

Breaking of the Bread #2                                                                                   212

Agnus Dei
Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world: have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world: grant us peace.

The Communion & Anointing
(Anointing is available during communion at the prayer desk.)
 
This is the Lord’s Table, not just an Anglican table.

  • The bread/wafer is received in the open palm. Gluten-free wafers are available – just ask the priest.
  • The wine, if desired, may be taken from the common cup by drinking (placing your hand gently at the base of the chalice to guide it).
                                      Please do not dip the wafer into the wine.
    If you do not wish to drink from the cup, simply hold the base of the chalice when it is presented to you while the administrator says the words of offering.
  • If you do not wish to receive the bread and wine, but would like a blessing, please indicate this preference by crossing your arms across your chest.

Communion Hymns:  494 – Not for Tongues of Heaven’s Angels
556 – O for a Closer Walk with God

Prayer after Communion

Doxology                                                                                                                       214

THE BLESSING AND DISMISSAL 

The Blessing

Recessional Hymn:  363 – My Soul Proclaims Your Glory, Lord

Dismissal

Postlude: Prelude from “Te Deum” – M. Charpentier

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