St. Luke’s LITURGY OF THE WORD
Episcopal Church First Reading: Genesis 32:22 - 31
Fairport, New York The same night Jacob got up and took his two wives, his two maids,
and his eleven children, and crossed the ford of the Jabbok. He took
Welcome to St. Luke’s them and sent them across the stream, and likewise everything that
We’re happy to have you with us this morning. We invite you to share in praying, he had. Jacob was left alone; and a man wrestled with him until
singing, and breaking bread with us. Become part of our journey in Christ. daybreak. When the man saw that he did not prevail against Jacob,
Our Vision Statement he struck him on the hip socket; and Jacob's hip was put out of joint
We are an open, Christ-centered community, caring for each other, as he wrestled with him. Then he said, "Let me go, for the day is
and doing God’s work in the world. breaking." But Jacob said, "I will not let you go, unless you bless
me." So he said to him, "What is your name?" And he said, "Jacob."
The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost Then the man said, "You shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel,
July 31, 2011 for you have striven with God and with humans, and have
prevailed." Then Jacob asked him, "Please tell me your name." But
Please note ‘BCP’ is The Book of Common Prayer
he said, "Why is it that you ask my name?" And there he blessed
him. So Jacob called the place Peniel, saying, "For I have seen God
8:00 am Holy Eucharist BCP, 355 face to face, and yet my life is preserved." The sun rose upon him as
he passed Penuel, limping because of his hip.
Lector: The Word of the Lord.
People: Thanks be to God.
Presider: Blessed be God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Gradual Psalm
People: And blessed be God’s kingdom, now and for ever. Amen.
Psalm 17:1 – 7, 16 BCP, 600
The Collect for Purity (said by Presider)
The Gloria BCP, 356 Second Reading: Romans 9:1 - 5
I am speaking the truth in Christ-- I am not lying; my conscience
THE WORD OF GOD confirms it by the Holy Spirit-- I have great sorrow and unceasing
anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were accursed
The Collect of the Day and cut off from Christ for the sake of my own people, my kindred
Let your continual mercy, O Lord, cleanse and defend according to the flesh. They are Israelites, and to them belong the
your Church; and, because it cannot continue in safety adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the
without your help, protect and govern it always by your worship, and the promises; to them belong the patriarchs, and from
goodness; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives them, according to the flesh, comes the Messiah, who is over all,
and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for God blessed forever. Amen.
ever and ever. Amen. Lector: The Word of the Lord.
People: Thanks be to God.
Breaking of the Bread BCP, 364
The Holy Gospel: Matthew 14:13 - 21
The Communion of the People
Presider: The Holy Gospel according to Matthew
People: Glory to you, Lord Christ.
Jesus withdrew in a boat to a deserted place by himself. But when SENDING RITE
the crowds heard it, they followed him on foot from the towns. The Prayer of Thanksgiving
When he went ashore, he saw a great crowd; and he had
compassion for them and cured their sick. When it was evening, the Presider: Let us pray.
disciples came to him and said, "This is a deserted place, and the People: Eternal God, heavenly Father, you have
hour is now late; send the crowds away so that they may go into the graciously accepted us as living members
villages and buy food for themselves." Jesus said to them, "They of your Son our Savior Jesus Christ,
need not go away; you give them something to eat." They replied, and you have fed us with spiritual food
"We have nothing here but five loaves and two fish." And he said, in the Sacrament of his Body and Blood.
"Bring them here to me." Then he ordered the crowds to sit down Send us now into the world in peace,
on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish, he looked up and grant us strength and courage
to heaven, and blessed and broke the loaves, and gave them to the to love and serve you
disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds. And all ate and with gladness and singleness of heart;
were filled; and they took up what was left over of the broken through Christ our Lord. Amen.
pieces, twelve baskets full. And those who ate were about five The Blessing
thousand men, besides women and children.
Presider: The Gospel of the Lord. Announcements
People: Praise to you, Lord Christ.
Presider: Let us go forth in the name of Christ.
The Sermon People: Thanks be to God.
The Nicene Creed BCP, 358 * * *
Prayers of the People: Form I BCP, 383
Special Ministries in Today’s Liturgies
The Concluding Prayer BCP, 395 8:00 am Acolyte: TBD
Lector: Sharon Scott
Intercessor: Mary Wilkinson
The Peace Altar Guild: Marti St. George
St. Luke’s Directory Tel. No. 223-2796
LITURGY OF THE TABLE E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.stlukes-fairport.org
Rector: The Rev. Deven Hubert e-mail: DevenH@frontiernet.net
Offertory Sentence Music Director: Anne Lam
Secretary: Barbara Gosnell
The Great Thanksgiving: Eucharistic Prayer A BCP, 361 Sexton: Mike Harty
Nursery Care: Kendra Hogg
Sanctus BCP, 367
Calendar Of The Week
Sunday (today) 10:45 am Lemonade on the Lawn
The Lord’s Prayer (contemporary) BCP, 364 Sunday (8/7) 8 & 9:30am Holy Eucharist: Rite2
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Matthew 14:22 - 33 purchase. All proceeds will go to Outreach Commission projects.
FAIRPORT BAPTIST HOMES
A warm welcome to our visitors this Sunday. Fairport Baptist Homes is presenting a series titled, Successful
Our greeters will be in the foyer Narthex after the Aging 101. The sessions began in May and will be held monthly
service and would love to show you around St. Luke’s
and tell you more about our church. through August. The event in July is as follows:
Successful Aging 101 - Caregiver Solutions
A special “Thank You” to our organist today, Margaret-Anne Milne. We There is great responsibility in caring for the health and welfare of
appreciate you filling in for Anne while she is on vacation. an aging spouse, parent, neighbor, or friend. Many questions
develop which require decisions that you may feel unprepared to
DEVEN WILL BE ON VACATION – AUG 1-3 & 5-8 address. This session discusses how to effectively navigate the
In case of a pastoral emergency, please call one of our Wardens, Mary health care, social services, and legal systems to provide the best
Ellen Ennis at 377-4866 or Mike Cortash at 944-6202 and they will get
solutions possible. This fourth in the Successful Aging 101 series
you in touch with the priest on call.
presented by HCR and Fairport Baptist Homes starts at 7 PM at
SUMMER HOURS Fairport Baptist Homes, 4646 Nine Mile Point Road. Register for
Our summer office hours are from 9:15 am—2:00 pm on Wednesdays & this free event by calling 585-388-2347.
Thursdays now through the week of August 28th.
PERINTON FOOD SHELF – AUGUST NEEDS
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 11TH The need for emergency food by those in our community continues
Outdoor services at 8:00 and 10:00am. during the summer months. We appreciate the many donations the
Sunday School Registration church members make during the year and hope that this generous
Beginning of Rite 13 and J2A classes giving will continue. Hunger never takes a vacation.
Church Picnic During August, support from the churches for the following items
would be great! Many Thanks!
QUILTING BEE - SAVE THE DATE!
DATE: SATURDAY, 10/15/11 Applesauce, cereal, bath and hand soap, coffee, cranberry sauce,
TIME: 8-4 OR ANYTIME IN BETWEEN kleenex, oatmeal, shampoo, toothpaste.
WHERE: ST. LUKE'S GREAT HALL
LUNCH IS PROVIDED! ADVENT HOUSE GARAGE SALE – AUGUST 26 & 27
Donations are now being accepted for the annual Advent House garage
Finished quilts are donated to the Strong Memorial NICU. sale. We appreciate gently used household items, toys, furniture, antiques
Questions??? Contact Deb Aufderheide at 200-2488. and many other items you may be willing to donate. We are unable to
EQUAL EXCHANGE/FAIR TRADE PRODUCTS AVAILABLE accept any TVs, infant car seats, computer equipment, VCR tapes,
The Outreach commission is selling fair trade coffee, tea and chocolate clothing, mattresses, large appliances, tires, books (except cookbooks and
bars. When you buy fair trade products you are living out your values children's books), or sofabeds. Donations are being received at the House,
through your consumer choices. Please contact Kathy Guglielmi at 223- 1010 Moseley Road, Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00
p.m. through August 15, 2011. This sale is one of our major fundraisers OUR PRAYERS ARE ASKED
and enables us to continue to provide this no-cost caregiving ministry to For the world:
the dying and their families. We are so thankful for all that you do to For peace among the peoples of the world.
support this Home. For peace in the Middle East, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
For our military, and their families.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES For the church:
From the Anglican Cycle of Prayer:
TRANSITION FRIENDS WANTED Pray for Qu’Appelle (Canada)
Your Support is Needed for Senior Residents of Fairport Apartments The Rt Revd Gregory Kerr-Wilson
From our Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:
Perinton Churches Housing (PCH) is in need of volunteers to help
For the Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, for our Bishop Prince
“seniors without family” during the renovations at the Fairport Singh, for other church leaders; Matthew Clark (RC), Marie Jerge (Lutheran),
Apartments. Please see the flyer on our bulletin board in the hall that and Marcus Matthews (Meth).
describes the type of help needed and the contact person. For Christ Church, Sodus Point
Christopher Luedde, Carolyn Lumbard, priests
************ Neighbors, friends, guests
From our parochial concerns:
The Chapel of the Good Shepherd at For the ministries of our companion parish St. John’s Honeoye Falls and The
The Episcopal Church Home needs Rev. Dahn Gandell.
your help! For Deven our priest, Mary Ellen and Mike, our wardens, all the members of
We are looking for volunteers to help as ushers once a the vestry, our delegates, our parish and all other leaders.
month on Sunday mornings. Volunteers are needed from For those known to us serving in the conflict with Iraq and Afghanistan:
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The work is easy and rewarding! Jim DeCann (friend of Rita Borden and Mavis Rossborough) and Nic Robinson
You can greet chapel attendees, assist people in getting to and from the (Betty Harris).
chapel, and you get to enjoy the service! For the church and school for Dalit children in Kotha - palli- mitta, India, and
our efforts to build a companion relationship with families and children there.
John and Carol Aldridge of Christ Church, Pittsford have volunteered at For those who are sick or in need: Jonathan Allen, Dave & Andrea Aufderheide,
The Chapel of the Good Shepherd for over 15 years. They first read of the Erica Barmaster, Ken Borden, Tom Cole, Maryann Delfino, Johnny Demarest, Fred
need in a Sunday bulletin. They now say, “It has been fulfilling to be able Dishaw, Kay and Frank Faila, Libby Gallis, Marion Harding, Scott Horler, Kit King,
to meet and help so many residents. Their interests and lives make our Madison Knapp, Joan Manning, Toni Marchetti, Jackie Masciangelo, Carl Schenk,
experience very rewarding.” Please consider joining John and Carol for a Mary Margaret Shine, Helen Smith, Pat Smith, Mary Elizabeth Stewart, Augusta
Stinnett, Dwight Turner, Mildred Turner, Kelly Wellman, Thornton Wierum, those
rewarding experience serving at The Chapel of the Good Shepherd at The who struggle with any affliction, as well as all who care for them.
Episcopal Church Home. For those who have died: Adelaide Perkins
Contact Penny Martin at 546-8439, x-3160 to learn more about Those celebrating a birthday: Virginia Clark, Nora Prener (7/31); Mary Jo
volunteering, or visit our website at www.episcopalseniorlife.org to Hazelden, Deven Hubert (8/1); Tom Marullo (8/2); Kimberly Fischer, Jody
complete our volunteer application. Our residents will thank you! Illingworth (8/4); Gary Roscoe (8/5).