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Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

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Trinity Anglican Church

1230 Bank Street

Ottawa, Ontario   K1S 3Y3

613-733-7536

Office e-mail: office@trinityottawa.ca

Website: www.trinityottawa.ca

 

 

Incumbent Priest: The Reverend Arran Thorpe

Guest Celebrant: Rev. Carol Bateman

Interim Director of Music: Donald Russell

Guest Organist: Keith Murfin

Duty Warden: Neale Gillespie

Worshiping God as disciples of Jesus;

showing love to our neighbours near and far.

Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

July 13th, 2014

9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer Service with Church School

 

 

Organ Prelude

We Gather As God’s People

Opening Hymn: To God Be the Glory                                   #371

The Gathering of the Community                                      page 185

Glory to God                                                                    page 186

The Collect of the Day                                                                   page 367

We Listen To God’s Word

The First Reading: Genesis 25:19-34                           (O.T. pg. 21)

Psalm 119:105-112 (please read responsively)             page 875

The Second Reading: Romans 8:1-11                     (N.T. page 157)

Gradual Hymn: Lamp Our Feet Whereby We Trace              #477

Gospel Acclamation             

Celebrant:       The Lord be with you

People:           And also with you.

Celebrant:       The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ,

according to Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23           (N.T. page 13)

People:           Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ…

Celebrant:       The Gospel of Christ.

People:           Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ.

We Respond to God’s Word

Homily

The Nicene Creed                                                           page 188

The Prayers of the People

Leader: Our God, the almighty one, counts the hairs of our head.

People: Let us come before God in confidence, praying for all the world.

Leader: For those named in the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, in our Diocesan Prayer Calendar, and in our Parish Prayer Calendar we pray today forSt. Helen’s, Orleans, The Ven. Susan Churchill-Lackey, and The Rev. Canon Peter Lackey. For the volunteers of all Anglican Pastoral Care Teams. In our Companion Diocese of Jerusalem, we pray for The Palestine Hospital, Amman, Jordan. For the needs of the whole Church that we name silently or aloud (silence). For John our bishop, for all bishops, for Arran our Priest, for all clergy and people. We thank you this day for the value you have placed upon us by giving us Christ our Savior.

People: Empower us to acknowledge this gift in lives of service, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, God in Christ Jesus, that you have answered our fears with love.

People: Give to us the faith to go where others dare not to proclaim the vastness of your love, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, God in Christ Jesus, that you are concerned with the frailty of our living. You know our addictions, our failures, our doubts, and our escapes.

People: Grant us the whole­ness we seek, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, God in Christ Jesus, that you aid those who work for justice and peace by giving them courage, vision, and strength.

People: Enlist all people in the struggle for human dignity, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, O God, that you favour the poor, the weak, the oppressed, the homeless, and the hungry.

People: Make your compas­sion contagious that the rich might share with the poor, and the strong befriend the weak, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, O God, that you know the dangers that lurk among us. We pray for those whom you have called to guard and protect your entire creation, those who work the land, who work for peace in our streets, who defend the nations.

People: Strengthen them for their difficult tasks, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: We thank you, O God, that you refresh us with times of leisure and recreation.

People: Renew us that we might further appreciate you, each other, and all that you have made, we pray to you O Lord.

Leader: Within our Parish we pray for the sick and the suffering, especially (insert names), and for those we name silently or aloud (silence), we pray to you O Lord. We remember those who have died, especially (insert names), for those we name silently or aloud (silence). Give them eternal rest.

People: We thank you, God in Christ Jesus, that you are always more willing to listen than we are to pray. Hear the petitions of this assembly; hear the prayers spoken in our hearts; for we pray through your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Confession and Absolution                                                page 191

The Exchange of the Peace                                             page 192

We Celebrate The Presence Of Jesus

Offertory Hymn: I Come with Joy                                          #60

Prayer over the Gifts                                                         page 368

Eucharistic Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer                                                           page 211

The Breaking of the Bread                                               page 212

The Communion

Prayer after Communion                                                  page 368

Doxology and Blessing

Announcements/Birthdays and Anniversaries

Recessional Hymn: God of the Sparrow                            #414

Dismissal

Organ Postlude

Sharing in the Ministry of our Parish Today

 

Greeters:                      Doug and Brenda Small

Readers:               Brenda and Doug Small

Intercessions:      Mary Hill

Lay Administrator:       Heather Maclachlan and Bob Taylor

Altar Guild:           Brenda Small, Joanne McCracken, Yvonne Silverman, and Sue Taylor

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THANK YOU to Rev. Carol Bateman
for leading us in worship this morning!

 

**Please note that we are now in our SUMMER SCHEDULE, with one service on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.**

Rev. Arran will be on vacation from June 27th to July 15th. In case of a pastoral emergency, please contact Yvonne Silverman, chair of our Pastoral Care team, at 613-733-7536. She will put you in contact with Rev. Beth Bretzlaff, as needed.

Sunday School will continue over the summer, one-room schoolhouse style for children roughly aged 3-13.

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NATURAL PEST CONTROL WORKSHOP FOR NOVICES: Wed. Jul. 23rd, 6-8 p.m. To help novice gardeners deal with garden pests, rodents, and viruses—all without the use of chemicals. Presented by Robert Danforth. Brought to you by Just Food. Cost: $5 or pay what you can. NEW LOCATION: Trinity Church of the Nazarene, 480 Avalon Pl. Registration required. Call Jordan at 613-699-6850 x12 or email communitygardening@justfood.ca to reserve your spot.

CURSILLO SUMMER EUCHARIST: Join us in Andrew Haydon Park, 7-9p.m. (Carling Avenue and Holly Acres Rd).Wednesdays, June 18th, July 16th, August 20th. Contemporary music and a brief talk by a lay member of the Anglican Cursillo Movement. Rain site, St. Stephen’s Anglican, 730 Watson St. All welcome, bring a lawn chair (some people picnic first.)

This Week at Trinity

Tuesday, July 15th              

10:00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.   CHURCH OFFICE OPEN

Wednesday, July 16th              

10:00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.   CHURCH OFFICE OPEN

9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.          ACW quilting in Bender Hall

7 p.m.                            Young Adult Group Study

Thursday, July 17th      

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

Sunday, July 18th      Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

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

Readings:                      Genesis 28:10-19a; Psalm 139:1-12, 23-24; Romans 8:12-25; Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43.

 

10,000 people are expected to converge in Ottawa for this historic gathering. Activists, students, unions, Indigenous peoples, youth, environmentalists, and thousands of ordinary fed-up individuals from every region will unite to oppose the current political and economic direction, and propose a plurality of alternative paths towards a better world.

 

The Peoples’ Social Forum will create a space for social movements to meet, interact, and propose collective actions and campaigns. The first two days will feature self-organized workshops – open to anyone to propose

– to share knowledge, ideas,strategies, and inspiring stories of resistance. The third day will focus onmovement assemblies, or large-scale facilitated meetings within a specific issue, designed to hear and gainconsensus for proposals of collective action.

Join us from 1:30 to 3:30 Saturday, July 19th at St. John the Evangelist’s Parish Hall (Elgin and Sommerset).

Con Brio is holding a Gender Workshop where we will explore gender in 2014, the idea of the “New Women’s Ministry”, and looking at womanhood and the feminine. This discussion will be focused on understanding the idea of gender, sharing our stories, and discovering our common ground. This will be a formative part of how Con Brio will sculpt its mission and vision over the next three years.
We’re looking for individuals to bring snacks/refreshments to share. Please email ConBrioOttawa@gmail.com if you’d like to help out.

 

Con Brio looks to dissolve barriers between women in the Ottawa community. Our goal is to create a safer space for women of all ages, backgrounds and orientations to connect and share their lives, skills, and stories. We believe that everyone can benefit from the transformative power of the Social Gospel. We place a high value on social justice which we ground in Christian values, but we welcome women of all beliefs. We also understand that the term ‘woman’ can beexclusionary—Con Brio welcomes all people who self-identify as women.