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1230 Bank St. Ottawa  ON  K1S 3Y3

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Incumbent: The Rev. Arran Thorpe

Honorary Assistant: Rev. Canon Allan Budzin

Celebrant: Rev. Michel Dubord

Director of Music: Fabien Tousignant

Organist: Nicholas Fobes

Cantor: Simon McInnes

 

Worshiping God as disciples of Jesus;

showing love to our neighbours near and far.

 

Seventh Sunday After Pentecost

 

July 23, 2017

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

 

Prelude

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: Come, Ye Thankful People, Come                             #262
Children’s Talk

The Gathering of the Community                                                                               page 185

Gloria                                                                                                       #686

Kyrie                                                                                                         #706

Collect of the Day

O God of Jacob,
you speak in the light of day
and in the dark of night
when our sleep is filled
with dreams of heaven and earth;
may we be open and watchful
to your presence in our midst;
through Jesus Christ, your dream made flesh. Amen.
Revised Common Lectionary Prayers (2002) alt.

 

We Listen To God’s Word

The First Reading: Genesis 28:10-19a                                      (O.T. pg. 24)

Psalm 139:1-11       Sung by Cantor

The Second Reading: Romans 8:12-25                                  (N.T. pg. 157)

Gradual Hymn: Come, Gracious Spirit Heavenly Dove                        #644

Celebrant:        The Lord be with you

People:           And also with you.

Celebrant:        The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ,

according to Matthew 13:24-30,36-43  (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 Apostles Creed                                                                          page 189

Prayers of the People (Adapted from Susan Sayers)
God’s justice is always blended with mercy and loving kindness, so that we have real hope.

Leader: Let us draw near to the just and merciful God, and pour out our concerns for the Church and for the world. In our Diocesan Calendar of Prayer, we pray for St. Martin’s, Ottawa, and the Rev. John Organ. For Holy Trinity, Metcalfe, and All Saints, Greely. In our Companion Diocese of Jerusalem, we pray for St. George’s College, Jerusalem.
People: Holy One, our God, as we join the unending cycle of prayer on our planet, turning through time and space, we rejoice in your upholding, your mercy, and forgiveness. In all our small-mindedness we ask your inbreathing, so that we learn to look with your vision and act with your wideness of compassion. (Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, be present at all meetings and negotiations, where feelings run high, and many lives are profoundly affected by the decisions made. We pray for real communication which listens to needs and appreciates difficulties, so that we may live on this earth together in harmony and peace. (Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, we pray for this neighbourhood, where feelings run high, and many lives are profoundly affected by the decisions made. We pray for real communication which listens to the needs and appreciates difficulties, so that we may live on this earth together in harmony and peace.
(Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, we pray for this neighbourhood and the particular problems it has; for communities split apart by conflict or crushed by tragedy; we pray for those involved in court proceedings; may our judicial system uphold your principle of justice with mercy. (Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, we pray for those who have a raw deal in this life; for those with ongoing health problems, and all who are caught up in war and deprivation. We pray for a just and realistic sharing of our resources, and courage, support and healing for all who suffer. We pray especially for (insert names) and for those who we name silently or aloud. (Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, we pray for those who have died and now see their lives as they really are; we pray for your mercy on them, and thank you for all their acts of goodness and love. We pray especially for (insert names) and for those who we name silently or aloud. (Silence)

Leader: God of mercy:
People: hear us as we pray.

Leader: Holy One, our God, in all the events and phases of our life we give you thanks for your steadfast and unchanging love which sustains and directs us.

Leader: Merciful God,
Accept these prayers in the name 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 to the Lord, the Almighty                                   #384

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

 

 

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: Tell Out, My Soul                                                       #362

Dismissal

Postlude

 

 

 

Sharing in the Ministry of our Parish Today               

Greeter:                                   Lorna Feehan

Readers:                                  Yvonne Silverman and Joanne McCracken

Intercessions:                         Sue Taylor

Lay Administration:                 Sue Taylor and Robert Taylor

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

 

 

 

 

Announcements

 

Rev. Arran will be away from July 17 to August 13. For pastoral care concerns, please contact members of the Pastoral Care Team (see blue pamphlets in the pews)..

 

PARISH ADMINISTRATOR: Trinity will be looking for a half-time Parish Administrator to be the face of Trinity during the week, manage the office, and perform some book-keeping duties. A job description will be posted and shared electronically by the end of the week. Resumes can be sent to the office at office@trinityottawa.ca. Please share this information widely!

 

CURSILLO ULTREYA (EUCHARIST): July 19 and August 16 in Andrew Haydon Park (rain location St. Stephen’s, 930 Watson St.). For more information, email communications@oacm.ca.


This Week at Trinity

Tuesday, August 1st                                  

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

Wednesday, August 2nd    

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

10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.     ACW

Thursday, August 3rd                                                 

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

Sunday, August 6th     Pentecost 8
Readings:                  Genesis 29:15-28; Psalm 105:1-11; Romans 8:26-39;

Matthew 13:31-33,44-52.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10+ food trucks and kids entertainment come together for the FAMSAC Food Cupboard in the parking lot of Christ Church Bells Corners. Admission is a food donation (or cash for FAMSAC’s fresh food program) and we hope you can come by and spend some time with us!

 

 

Chi chiskutimaasunaanaau: We are learning
Saturday, September 9, 9:30am – 7pm

The Indigenous peoples of Canada possess a rich heritage of traditions and customs, which have often been repressed. Sadly, the Church has often participated in this repression–leaving many Aboriginal people disconnected from their roots, and many non-Aboriginal people ignorant of how much these traditions bring to our common life. Recently, the report by Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission has brought new attention to this sad state of affairs and has emphasized the importance of educating Canadians about Indigenous ways.

To help with this, Good Shepherd Church is partnering with Kateri Native Ministry of Ottawato organize a day-long event which will help us grow in understanding and appreciation of Indigenous culture. Our Chi chiskutimaasunaanaau: We Are Learning event will introduce participants to traditional First Nations practices such as sacred fire, tobacco teachings, drumming and more. We’ll also hear from First Nations people who work to integrate their traditional ways with their Christian faith. The afternoon will include a presentation on the Indian Residential School system and its ongoing legacy.

The event will take place “On the Land” in Fitzroy Harbour, to emphasize the connection between Indigenous traditions and the land. Lunch and supper will be provided.

Participants must register by August 31, 2017. Cost of registration is $10 per person. The address will be provided upon registration, and participants must arrange their own transportation. Those with special dietary restrictions or mobility concerns should contact us for more information on how we can best accommodate your needs. Contact Rev. Stephen Silverthorne at fr.stephen@goodshepherdbarrhaven.ca or 613-823-8118 to register.

Funding for this event has been provided in part by the Healing and Reconciliation Fund of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.