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Incumbent: The Rev. Arran Thorpe

Honorary Assistant: Rev. Canon Allan Budzin

Director of Music: Fabien Tousignant

Musicians: Tim Kehoe and Paul Bush

 

Worshiping God as disciples of Jesus;

showing love to our neighbours near and far.

Second Sunday After Pentecost
ANNUAL PICNIC

June 18th, 2017

9:30 a.m. Church Picnic

The churches of our Diocese stand on the traditional territories of the Algonquin and Mohawk Nations. May we always dwell on these lands with respect and peace.

 

Opening Hymn: This is the Day

This is the day, this is the day,

That the Lord has made, that the Lord has made.

I will rejoice, I will rejoice,

And be glad in it, and be glad in it.

This is the day that the Lord has made.

I will rejoice and be glad in it!

This is the day, this is the day,

That the Lord has made. (Repeat)

The Gathering of the Community

Leader:    Come, let us worship Almighty God.

People:   Let us lift up our songs,

                Our prayers, our praises.

Leader:    Come, let us honour Jesus Christ.

People:   Let us love Christ with our hearts,

                Our minds, our spirits.

Leader:    Come, let us be filled with the Spirit of the Living God.

People:   Breath in us, Breath of God.  Amen.

Leader:    Let us pray.

O holy God, we know the beauty of this June day and we are grateful.  We experience the warm stirring of summer and the fullness of the bountiful earth, and we are grateful.  We share the love of family and friends and the family and friendship that is our church and we are grateful.  Let us now worship in joy and thanksgiving.  Amen.

First Reading:

Genesis 18:1-15

Psalm 116 – Music by Tim Kehoe (congregation sings refrain, in bold)


My vows to the Lord I will fulfill

in the sight of all God’s people.

In the courts of the house of the Lord, in your midst, O Jerusalem.

 

Your servant, Lord, am I,

You have loosened all my bonds.

My thanks I give to you,

I will bless you all my days!  R.

 

How gracious are you, Lord,

gentle and tender-hearted;

for you protect the humble,

and save us in our need.  R.

 

How can I repay you, Lord,

for all your goodness to me?

The cup of blessing I will raise,

blessing the name of the Lord.  R.


 

Second Reading: Romans 5:1-8

 

Gradual Hymn: He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands

He’s got the whole world in his hands,

he’s got the big round world in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands.

He’s got the wind and the rain in his hands,

he’s got the sun and the moon in his hands,

he’s got the wind and the rain in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands.

He’s got the tiny little baby in his hands,

he’s got the big round world in his hands,

he’s got the tiny little baby in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands.

He’s got you and me, brother, in his hands,

he’s got the big round world in his hands,

he’s got you and me, sister, in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands.

He’s got everybody in his hands,

he’s got the big round world in his hands,

he’s got everybody in his hands,

he’s got the whole world in his hands.

Gospel Reading: Matthew 9:35-10:8

Prayers of the People:

(Bold text in this prayer is read aloud by all.)

Let us now pray together saying, “Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We remember the Algonquin communities of Kitigan Zibi Anishnabe and Pikwakanagan, and their Chiefs, Jean Guy Whiteduck and Kirby Whiteduck; we remember the Mohawk communities of Akwesasne, and their Grand Chief Abram Benedict and their council of Chiefs: that their people continue to prosper on their ancestral lands and be proud of their language, culture, and traditions. Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We remember the Inuit, First Nations, and Métis of all ages who live with us on these lands also, that they, too, will find peace and fulfilment here.
Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We remember the 150,000 Indigenous children who were taken and sent to residential schools in Canada, and we pray for the healing of all survivors and intergenerational victims, especially those who continue to carry great pain (pause for several moments). Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We pray for the 6,000 or more children who died in residential schools (pause for several seconds). Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We pray for deep, constructive and lasting reconciliation between the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island and all others in this land.
Creator of all, graciously hear us.

At this time we pray for people in our Trinity community who are hurting in mind, body, or spirit. We pray especially for (insert names) and for those we name silently or aloud (pause). Creator of all, graciously hear us.

We pray for people who have died. We pray for (insert names) and for those we name silently or aloud (pause). Creator of all, graciously hear us.

Holy One, Creator of all that is, seen and unseen, of story and of song, of heartbeat and of tears, of bodies, souls, voices, and all relations: you are the God of all truth and the way of all reconciliation.

Breathe in us the grace to trust in your loving forgiveness, that we may face our histories with courage.

Guide us with holy wisdom that our feet may walk gently and firmly on the way of justice and healing. Amen.

Confession:

Leader: God has always been there for us; loving us and calling us to be all that we can be.  Let us tell God all about ourselves, not leaving anything out.

People:  God if we carry excess baggage on life’s journey, teach us to travel more simply.  If our possessions own us, free us to trust you and share with others.  If our need for control keeps us anxious and demanding, help us to relax.

If we carry loads of guilt, may we hand them over to you, trusting you to forgive us.  God, make us simple: simple in trust, simple in life, simple in commitment to you.  Prepare us for your mission.  Allow us to join you in labour to heal the hurting, feed the hungry, and bring good news to the poor.  We pray in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

The Sharing of the Peace

Offertory Hymn: Peace Before Us – By David Haas

 

  1. Peace before us, peace behind us, peace under our feet.

Peace within us, peace over us, let all around us be peace.

 

  1. Love before us, love behind us, love under our feet.
    Love within us, love over us, let all around us be love.

 

  1. Light before us, light behind us, light under our feet.
    Light within us, light over us, let all around us be light.

 

  1. Hope before us, hope behind us, hope under our feet.
    Hope within us, hope over us, let all around us be hope.

 

  1. Christ before us, Christ behind us, Christ under our feet.
    Christ within us, Christ over us, let all around us be Christ.

 

  1. Peace before us, peace behind us, peace under our feet.

Peace within us, peace over us, let all around us be peace.


The Celebration of the Eucharist

Eucharistic Prayer

Breaking of the Bread:

Celebrant:        We break this bread,

to share in the body of Christ

People:           We, being many, are one body,

                        For all we share in the one bread.

Communion Hymn: One Bread, One Body, One Lord of All

One bread, one body, one Lord of all,
one cup of blessing which we bless
and we, though many, throughout the earth,
we are one body in this one Lord.

  1. Gentile or Jew, servant or free, woman or man, no more.
  2. Many the gifts, many the works, woman or man, no more.
  3. Grain for the fields, scattered and grown, gathered to one for all.

Prayer after Communion:

Great Creator, you have fed us with bread from heaven. Continue to renew us in your truth, to give light to our minds, strength to our bodies, and seal us with your Holy Spirit. We ask this in Christ’s name. Amen.

Benediction:

Until we meet again, Walk gently in the way.

Dwell in the hollow of God’s hand:

Rejoice, and serve, and pray!

(Irish Blessing)

 

Closing Hymn: Lord of the Dance

 

I danced in the morning when the world had begun,

And I danced in the moon and the stars and the sun.

And I came down from heaven and I danced on the earth.

At Bethlehem I had my birth.

 

“Dance, dance wherever you may be.

I am the Lord of the Dance,” said he.

“And I’ll lead you all wherever you may be,

And I’ll lead you all in the dance,” said he.

 

I danced on the Sabbath and I cured the lame.

The holy people said it was a shame.

They whipped and they stripped and they hung me on high,

And they left me there on the cross to die. R.

 

I danced on a Friday when the sky turned black.

It’s hard to dance with the devil on your back.

They buried my body and they thought I’d gone,

But I am the dance and I still go on. R.

 

They cut me down and I leapt up high,

I am the life that will never ever die.

I’ll live in you if you’ll live in me.

For I am the Lord of the Dance, said he. R.

Sharing in the Ministry of Our Parish Today

Readers:                  Isabel MacFarlane and Anne Brazeau

Intercessions:          Emma Clarke

Lay Administrators:  Robert Taylor and Linda Bowering

Altar Guild:              Margo Kenney, Carmen Christian, and Clémentine Ukeye

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thank you to Tim Kehoe and Paul Bush for your wonderful music ministry this morning! Thank you Sarah Conner Gorber, Dick and Jackie Johnston, and Pierre Chamberland for coordinating food and table set-up.  Thank you Doug Small for leading the games.  And thank you to everyone who contributed to our picnic potluck! 

**Please note that we have now moved to our regular summer schedule of 9:30 a.m. We will return to 10 a.m. services after Labour Day.**

This Week at Trinity

Tuesday, June 20th            

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CHURCH OFFICE OPEN

Wednesday, June 21st         

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CHURCH OFFICE OPEN

Noon – 1:00 p.m.       Brown Bag & Bible Study

Thursday, June 22nd                  

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CHURCH OFFICE OPEN

Sunday, June 25th       Third Sunday of Pentecost

9:30 a.m.                     Holy Eucharist with One Room Church School

Readings:                    Genesis 21:8-21; Psalm 86:1-10,16-17; Romans 6:1b-11; Matthew 10:24-39