Trinity Anglican Church
1230 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 3Y3
Office e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Priest: The Reverend Andrea Thomas
Director of Music: Victoria Scott
Organ Scholar: Kilby Baron
Worshiping God as disciples of Jesus;
showing love to our neighbours near and far.
April 5th, 2012
|During the service there are many occasions where we stand for lengthy periods. If you are more comfortable sitting or kneeling, please feel free to do so.|
Opening Hymn: Go To Dark Gethsemane #190
The Gathering of the Community
Address page 304
Collect of the Day page 304
First Reading from Exodus 24:3-8 (O.T. page 70)
Psalm 116:1, 10-17 (please sing together) #352
Lord, from the depths to thee I cried. My voice, Lord, do thou hear: Unto my supplication’s voice give an attentive ear.
Lord, who shall stand, if thou, O Lord, should’st mark iniquity? But yet with thee forgiveness is, that feared thou mayest be.
I wait for God, my soul doth wait, my hope is in his word.
More than they that for morning watch, my soul waits for the Lord;
I say, more than they that do watch the morning light to see. Let Israel hope in the Lord, for with him mercies be.
Second Reading from 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 (N.T. page 172)
Gradual Hymn: In the Cross of Christ I Glory (vs. 1-3) #537
Celebrant: The Lord be with you.
People: And also with you.
Celebrant: The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ
according to Mark 14:12-26 (N.T. page 51)
People: Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ
Gradual Hymn (cont’d vs. 4-5)
The Ceremony of the Washing of Feet page 305
(We invite all those who would like to come forward to
participate in the Washing of Feet)
Prayers of the People:
Leader: On this holy night we dine together as the body of Christ and at the table come to love and serve one another.
People: On this holy night, then, let us pray for the church and the world.
Leader: For the needs of the whole Church that we name silently or aloud (silence). For John our bishop, for all bishops, for Andrea our Priest, for all the clergy and people.
People: For the whole church of God, that it may grow in unity and servanthood, we pray to you O Lord.
Leader: For our congregation, that in these holy days we may grow in love for one another and for all people, we pray to you O Lord.
People: For those who will be baptized at Easter that they may rejoice in their passage through death into new life, we pray to you O Lord.
Leader: For all the leaders and people of the world, that reconciliation and peace may overcome conflict and oppression, we pray to you O Lord.
People: For the hungry in body or spirit that they may be fed, we pray to you O Lord.
Leader: For the sick and those in pain, for the lonely and the forgotten, for the dying and all who mourn. 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.
People: That they may know the full extent of God’s love for them, we pray to you O Lord.
Leader: We remember those who have died, especially (insert names), for those we name silently or aloud (silence). In thanksgiving for the saints and martyrs and for all the faithful departed who join us at your table of grace, we pray to you O Lord.
People: O God, into your love we commend ourselves and all for whom we pray, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Confession and Absolution page 191
Exchange of the Peace
The Celebration of the Eucharist
Offertory Hymn: Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us with Your Love #504
Prayer Over the Gifts page 306 Eucharistic Prayer #1 page 193
Lord’s Prayer page 211
The Breaking of the Bread sentence 7 page 213
Communion Hymn: Thee We Adore, O Hidden Saviour, Thee #76
Anthem: When Twilight Comes – Farlee
Prayer after Communion page 307
The Service concludes with the Stripping of the Altar during which we hear the words of Matthew’s Gospel (26:30-46) and Psalm 22 (page 728). We depart in darkness and silence
Sharing in the Ministry of Our Parish Today
Greeters: Margo and Pat Kenney
Readers: Sue Taylor and Robert Taylor
Lay Administrators: Chris Garnett and Robert Taylor
Altar Guild: Margo Kenney, Sue Cherry
and Carmen Christian
There will be a SPECIAL GOOD FRIDAY CHILDREN’S PROGRAM during the 10 a.m. service tomorrow. Please bring your children directly to Bender Hall.
BELLS FOR EASTER VIGIL: Please bring hand bells/cowbells/ glass bells, any and all bells to the Great Vigil of Easter, Saturday evening service, April 7th at 7:00 p.m.
A RESURRECTION PARTY will be held following the Great Easter Vigil, Saturday April 7th at 7:00 p.m. Please bring a small sample of your favourite finger food and favourite beverage (wine, pop) to share. Everyone is welcome for a time of fellowship.
THE PAUSE TABLE: Trinity will be serving nourishment to tired Carleton University students on Wednesday, April 11th. Donations of bagels, muffins, fruit, juice boxes, etc., would be gratefully received on Sunday April 8th during the services. Yvonne Silverman is our co-coordinator and if you have an hour to help you can reach her at 613-733-5901.
THE GREAT TRINITY BOOK SALE will be held in Bender Hall on Saturday, May 5th, from 9:30 to 3:00. To make it ‘great’, we need lots of items —novels, mysteries, classics, romances, ‘book club books’, cookbooks, gardening books, books for children, CDs, etc. Please bring them in any time after Easter, from April 10th to May 3rd. (It is hard to sort items brought in at the last minute. And sadly, some books just won’t sell—encyclopedia sets, text books, manuals, magazines. Please don’t bring these; recycle them elsewhere.)
HELP WANTED: If you can help sort books in the week before the sale, help set up on the evening of Friday, May 4th, or help during the actual sale (either a morning or an afternoon shift) please speak to Sue or Bob Taylor (613-230-3903), or Paul Merriam.
CALLING ALL GARDENERS TO HELP WORLD VISION! We have received a very enthusiastic acknowledgement from World Vision for our generous donation of $600 to Sheila’s community at Christmas. (See the scrapbook at the back of the church, and keep your spare change coming!) It is suggested that we might continue our support by independently growing tomatoes from seeds provided by World Vision over the summer and donating the proceeds back to the project. If anyone would like to grow tomatoes in their garden over the summer to sell at church or to friends and neighbors, would they please contact Janet Hemings (822-4697) or as she will be away for a couple of weeks, Victoria Scott (730-5517) and they will provide you with the seeds.
LENTEN BOOK STUDY: I invite you to read Take this bread: A radical conversion, written by Sara Miles. There will be an evening of conversation on Tuesday April 17th from 7 to 9 p.m. to share your thoughts on what this author had to say. The book can be purchase online at Chapters for $15, Kobo for $10, or from Amazon Kindle for $10. If you want to borrow the book speak with Rev Andrea. Hope to see you there!
PLEASE SIGN UP TO HOST THE COFFEE AND FELLOWSHIP HOUR after Sunday morning services. The sign-up sheet is on the notice board in Bender Hall.
If you have any announcement that didn’t make this week’s bulletin, please let Rev. Andrea know prior to the service and she will ensure that it is read.