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Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost October 15th, 2017

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Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost October 15th, 2017

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Incumbent: The Rev. Arran Thorpe

Honorary Assistant: The Rev. Canon Allan Budzin

Director of Music: Fabien Tousignant

 

 

Worshiping God as disciples of Jesus;

showing love to our neighbours near and far.

 

Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost

 

October 15th, 2017

10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist with One-Room Church School

 

 

Prelude: Christe aller Welt Trost BWV 670 by J.S. Bach

 

 

We Gather As God’s People

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: Blest Are the Pure in Heart                                         #439

Children’s Talk

The Gathering of the Community                                                                              page 185

Gloria                                                                                                       #686

Kyrie                                                                                                         #706

Collect of the Day

God of Aaron, Miriam and Moses,

You stayed the hand of your wrath

When we fell into idolatry and discord.

When we forgot our deliverance,
your love for us remained.

Transform us,

So that our world may become

A place of justice, love and peace.

Welcome us to the feast

Where you invite all to be gathered. Amen.
Revised Common Lectionary Prayers (2002) alt.

 

We Listen To God’s Word

The First Reading: Exodus 32: 1-14                                           (O.T. pg. 78)

Psalm 106: 1-6, 19-23: Sung by choir                                              page 849

The Second Reading: Philippians 4: 1-9                                 (N.T. pg. 198)

Gradual Hymn: Dear God, Compassionate and Kind                           #455

Celebrant:        The Lord be with you

People:           And also with you.

Celebrant:        The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ,

according to Matthew 22: 1-14                         (N.T. page 24)

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 Apostles Creed                                                                          page 189

Prayers of the People (Adapted from Susan Sayers)
We are all invited to God’s wedding banquet; in accepting we must allow the rags of our old life to be exchanged for the freely given robes of holiness and right living.

Leader: Invited by our God, we have gathered here. Let us now voice our prayers for the Church and for the world. In our Diocesan Calendar of Prayer, we pray today for St Margaret’s, Vanier, The Rev. Jason Pollock, The Rev. Aigah Attagutsiak. For the Regional Deans of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa. For the members of the Anglican Church Women and the Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen. In our Companion Diocese, the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, we pray today for Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Ramla, Israel.

People: God, when either the traditional or the progressive blinds us to the truth of your will, clear our vision and speak through our prejudices until we are once again open to your changing. May we be, before anything else, your people, sharing your concerns and desires. (Silence)

Leader: As you have called us:

People: Lord, we come.

Leader: God, we recognise how powerful the influences are in our world which distract many and lead away from your truth. We pray for the quiet whisper of your wisdom to be noticed and acknowledged in many lives; we pray for widespread discipline of the heart, a new openness to generosity of spirit. (Silence)

Leader: As you have called us:

People: Lord, we come.

Leader: God, may our homes and daily schedules be part of the territory of your kingdom, where it is your will which guides and your love which rules. (Silence)

Leader: As you have called us:

People: Lord, we come.

Leader: God, our hearts rail against the cruelty and unfairness of suffering and disease, and we kneel now alongside all in pain and weep with them, crying out to you for comfort and the healing of your love.

For you are no bringer of evil to our lives, but share our sorrow and give us the grace to bear it. At this time, we pray for (insert names) and for those who we name silently or aloud.  (Silence)

Leader: As you have called us:

People: Lord, we come.

Leader: God, as death takes from us those we love and we find it hard to live without them, take from us all bitterness of heart and let us share with them the peace you give over which death has no power at all. At this time, we pray for (insert names) and for those who we name silently or aloud. (Silence)

Leader: As you have called us:

People: Lord, we come.

Leader: God, it is such an honour to be invited to your banquet; make us worthy of our calling.

Leader: Merciful God,
Accept these prayers for the sake of your Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

 

Confession and Absolution                                                              page 191

The Exchange of the Peace                                                            page 192

 

We Celebrate the Presence of Jesus

Offertory Hymn: Praise, My Soul                                                            #381

Prayer over the Gifts

God of all creation,
all you have made is good,
and your love endures forever.
You bring forth bread from the earth
and fruit from the vine.
Nourish us with these gifts,
so that we might be for the world
signs of your gracious presence in Jesus Christ,
our Saviour and Lord. Amen.
Evangelical Lutheran Worship (2006) alt.

Sanctus                                                                                                #735

 

 

Eucharistic Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer                                                                             page 211

The Breaking of the Bread                                                                page 287

Agnus Dei                                                                                                #747

The Communion

 

Anthem: O Taste and See by Ralph Vaughan Williams

O taste and see how gracious the Lord is: blest is the man that trusteth in him.

 

Prayer after Communion

 

We give you thanks, almighty God,
that you have refreshed us
through the healing power of this gift of life.
In your mercy, strengthen us through this gift,
in faith toward you and in fervent love toward one another;
for the sake of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Evangelical Lutheran Worship (2006)

Doxology and Blessing

Announcements/Birthdays and Anniversaries

Recessional Hymn: Rejoice, the Lord Is King                                         #379

Dismissal

Postlude: Prelude and Fugue in c minor BWV 549 by J.S. Bach

 

Sharing in the Ministry of our Parish Today       

Greeter:                                   Heather Maclachlan

Readers:                                  Sue Taylor, Yvonne Silverman

Intercessions:                         Chris Garnett

Lay Administration:                 Doug Small and Yvonne Silverman

Hospitality:                              Brenda Small

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

 

Announcements

 

MUSIC AT TRINITY: Ebonies in Harmony is a two clarinet – one piano trio featuring Sylvie Duchesneau (clarinet-bass clarinet), Roxanne Léveillé (clarinet) and Fabien Tousignant (piano). We invite you to experience the wonderful repertoire that blends the virtuosity and ”velouté” of these instruments. October 21st 2017 @4:30pm.  Freewill Offering

 

CAELIS ACADEMY ENSEMBLE: On October 19th 2017 at 7:30pm, Trinity will host the inaugural concert of the Caelis Academy Ensemble with the Ottawa Baroque Consort conducted by Matthew Larkin.  The programme includes works by Bach, Buxtehude, Handel and Purcell.  Tickets are 25$ for adults and 10$ for students.

 

FROSTY’S FAIR on Saturday, Nov. 4: Frosty’s Fair is in three weeks, on Nov. 4. Tell all your friends and relatives about this not-to-miss event. Frosty need lots of gently-used Christmas decorations for the bazaar. Do you have items for the Silent Auction or Gift Draw? Bring all your donations to the office Tues. to Thurs. 10:00 – 2:00 during office hours or on Sunday morning.

 

Let’s fill up the Bake Table with our well-known treats, cookies, cakes, pies, loaves and candy. Visitors always want jam, jelly and preserves too. Baking and preserves can be brought to Trinity the day before the bazaar, Nov. 3. If you can’t bring them Friday, then first thing Saturday morning.

 

 Messy Church is back! Kids and their grown-ups are invited to join us in Bender Hall for stories, crafts, food and fun. SaturdayOctober 21st from 4:00-6:00. The theme will be “Harvest”.

 

Synod will take place from November 2nd through 4th.

Synod is an annual meeting of Anglican churches in the diocese of Ottawa (extending from Rutherglen and Mattawa to Cornwall and Hawkesbury, and from Sharbot Lake to Maniwaki).To prepare, the churches of Ottawa Centre will meet in Great Chapter on 25 October.

Please bring your questions and ideas to Judy Richardson, Paul Merriam, or Reverend Arran before mid-October.

 

This Week at Trinity

Tuesday, October 17th                                        

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

6:30p.m. – 9 p.m.      Alpha Course

Wednesday, October 18th        

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

10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.   ACW

Noon – 1pm              Brown Bag Lunch & Bible Study

Thursday, October 19th                                                                     

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

Sunday, October 22nd Twentieth Sunday After Pentecost
Readings:                  Exodus 33: 12-23; Psalm 99, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10; Matthew 22: 15-22