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									               SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2011

                    WE WELCOME YOU TO
            ST. MATTHEW THE APOSTLE, ORIOLE
                   ANGLICAN CHURCH




                           SUNDAY SERVICES
 8:00     Holy Eucharist
10:00     Choral Eucharist & Church School

Pastor: The Rev. Canon Brad Lennon
Honourary Assistant: The Rev. Doug Jacques
Music Director & Organist: Mr. David Braund
Lay Reader: Mr. Joe Smith

Office: 416-494-7020 Fax: 416-494-8735
Website: www.stmatthew.ca
Email: brad_lennon@stmatthew.ca

              “To Seek and Serve Christ in all persons”
October 2, 2011 Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
                                   WE WELCOME YOU TODAY
                    TO ST. MATTHEW THE APOSTLE – ORIOLE, ANGLICAN CHURCH

  The Order of Service is followed in the (green) Book of Alternative Services (BAS). Hymns are found in the
                                        (blue) Book of Common Praise.

If you wish to make an offering and do not have an envelope, a supply may be found on the back of each pew. You
            may also indicate on the envelope if you are a newcomer and wish to meet with the Rector.


We welcome all visitors with us today and ask you to please sign our Guest Register as you leave the Sanctuary.
                 Let us meet you at coffee time. Please let us know that you are a newcomer.

                                8:00 HOLY EUCHARIST (BAS)
       The service begins                                          p. 230
       Collect Prayer                                              p. 384
       First Lesson: 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20
       Psalm 19                                                    p. 725
       Second Lesson: Philippians 3:4b-14
       Responsory 6                                                p. 104
       Gospel: Matthew 21:33-46
       Homily: the Rev. Canon Brad Lennon
       Creed                                                       p. 234
       Prayers of the People (as announced)
       Confession and Absolution                                   p. 238
       Celebration of the Eucharist A                              p. 241
       The Lord’s Prayer
       Communion
       Post-Communion Prayer and Blessing                          p. 247



Cycle Of Prayer
       World: Diocese of St Asaph - (Wales)
       Diocese: The Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario
       Deanery: Church of Our Saviour, Don Mills
       Parish: Families of Seales, Senathirajah, Shamy

                        Flowers are given in loving memory of Winnie Padmore
                                 on her 97th birthday by her Family.
                           10:00     CHORAL EUCHARIST (BAS)


GATHERING OF THE COMMUNITY
  Prelude: “I will not abandon God, for God does not abandon me”         J. S. Bach
  Hymn: 527 “How firm a foundation”                                      ST. DENIO
  Service begins                                                         p. 185
  Glory to God                                                           p. 186
  Collect                                                                p. 384
  Children’s Time



PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD
  First Lesson: Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20
  Psalm: 19- chant: S. S. Wesley                                         p. 725
  Second Lesson: Philippians 3:4b-14
  Gradual Hymn: 632 “The King of glory”                                  PROMISED ONE
  Gospel: Matthew 21:33-46
  Homily: the Rev. Canon Brad Lennon
  Apostles’ Creed                                                        p. 189
  Prayers of the People (as announced)
  Confession & Absolution                                                p. 191
  The Peace


CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST
  Offertory Hymn: 459 “Christ is our cornerstone”                        HAREWOOD
  Eucharistic Prayer #1                                                  p. 193
  The Lord’s Prayer                                                      p. 211
  Breaking of the Bread #3                                               p. 212
  Communion Hymn: 73 “One bread, one body”                               ONE BREAD
  Prayers after Communion                                                p. 214



SENDING FORTH THE COMMUNITY
  Hymn: Hymn 561 "Lord, your word shall guide us"                  RAVENSHAW
  Postlude: The Ten Commandments J. S. Bach



                                     Next Week’s Readings ~ Harvest Thanksgiving
                                      Exodus 32:1-14         Psalm 106:1-6,19-23
                                      Philippians 4:1-9          Matthew 22:1-1
ASSISTING TODAY
Presider:      8:00 am.       The Rev. Canon Brad Lennon
              10:00 am        The Rev. Canon Brad Lennon
Sidespersons:  8:00 am.       Roland Wood
              10:00 am.       Harold Browne Team
Greeter/s:    10:00 am.       Helen Bruiners
Reader/s:      8:00 am.       Tom McQuiston, Shyamal Ray
              10:00 am.       Maya-Jo Blake, Gerry Kileeg
Intercessor:   8:00 am.       Susan Porter
              10:00 am.       Ruth Johnson
Server/s:     10:00 am.       Gordon Allen, Michael Jansz
Chalice:       8:00 am.       Tom McQuiston
              10:00 am.       Clifford Wong
RECTOR’S OFFICE HOURS ~ Fr. Brad Lennon
Office hours ~ Monday-Thursday, 9:30 am-12 Noon
                       Outside his office hours, you may reach him at 416-494-8524

               PARISH OFFICERS
Rector’s Warden                Delores Lawrence
People’s Warden                Bruce LaRue
Deputy Warden                  Ray James
                               Gerry Kileeg
Treasurer                      Cliff Wong
Office/Rentals                                              416-494-7020
Envelope Secretary             Patrick Allen
Sidespeople              8:00  Roland Wood
                        10:00  Valerie Seales
Music Director/Organist        David Braund
Church School                  Arlene Allen
Altar Guild Coordinator        Wendy Blatchford
Flowers                        Minoli Gunawardana
Greeters                       Mary Fox
Outreach                       Valerie Seales
                               PARISH & COMMUNITY EVENTS
                                     October 2, 2011



                               St. Matthew the Apostle, Oriole Anglican Church
                               80 George Henry Blvd., North York, Ont. M2J 1E7
                                 Tel: 416-494-7020 Website: www.stmatthew.ca

SUNDAY SCHOOL ~ Today.
HARVEST THANKSGIVING ~ The Altar Guild will be decorating the church for Thanksgiving on Sat.
October 8, 9:30 am. Please help us by bring in gifts of hardy vegetables, canned goods, and non-perishable foods.
All items will be donated to the local food bank following the servic e. Thank you.
CARIBBEAN CRUISE NIGHT ~ Saturday, October 15, 6 pm. Tickets at $30 are now available for this
fundraising evening of food and entertainment. See Dennis or Kathy Lippoczy-Chalmers, Diana Dai, Delores
Lawrence, Val Seales, Robbie or Norma Roberts for tickets.
SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY ~ We invite you to join this Bible study group. Wednesdays, in the
Welcome Room. Starting Wednesday, October 5th, we will meet weekly so that we can complete the study of
Luke before December. Please join whenever you are able to do so. All are welcome!
RE-IMAGINING YOUR FAITH WITH GOD ~ Your are invited to join with our partners in Christ this Fall at
Church of the Incarnation in exploring and recognizing the presence of God in our world and in our lives.
This is a six week series of prayer and meditation developed by the Sisters of the Order of St. John the Divine.
Facilitation of the series will be provided by Sr. Constance Joanna, SSJD and Sr. Elizabeth, SSJD
The series will be held on Tuesday evenings at Church of the Incarnation beginning on October 18 and will
continue until November 22. A light supper will be provided at 6.30pm, and sessions begin at 7.30pm.
Please use the sign-up sheet posted beside the George Henry entrance. Rides to Incarnation can be arranged for.
An administration fee of $15 is required to be paid at the first meeting at Incarnation."

REPORT PREPARED ON OUR PARISH’S READINESS FOR MISSIONAL CHANGE
To assist our parish in making the changes to become more ready to do mission to our surrounding community,
76 members of our parish have filled out an online survey (the “360”) over the summer. Our next step will be for
us as a congregation to gather to receive and to begin to read together and interpret together this report.
Our guiding team for this process, Val Seales, Joy Alloway, Usha Singh, Delores Lawrence, and Bruce LaRue,
have received training to lead a Feedback Seminar with parishioners on Saturday, October 29, from 9:30 am to
3:00 pm. At this meeting parishioners will begin to work with each other on this 360 report.

Please mark this important date on your calendars. We would like as many parishioners as possible to attend this
feedback seminar.
OUR BIG BAZAAR
Circle SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th on your calendar, reserved for St. Matthew’s annual Christmas Bazaar.
When the doors open at 10:00 a.m., you can grab a coffee and donut from the Snack Bar, shop for amazing
bargains on two levels, and then enjoy our popular buffet luncheon.
This is our last major fund-raising event of the year. We need your help and support.
 Items Needed : bestsellers, toys and games, unique keepsakes, handcrafted items, jewellery, crystal, vintage
oldies, nearly new scarves and handbags, hats.

Helping hands are also a gift, and so if you can spare a few hours Friday night, the 11th or Saturday the 12th we
want you!

GOLD PARTY AT OUR ANNUAL BAZAAR ~ Bring your gold jewellery to sell and receive 80% of current
market value. Reputable company is buying your gold chains, rings, earrings, coins and watches etc. Old and
broken gold pieces accepted. White, Platinum or Gold For further details please contact Jane O’Keefe at 416-
491-2140
HELP WANTED ~ There is an urgent need of volunteers to help on Tuesday mornings in selecting, pricing and
preparing items that are sold monthly at St Matthews. This is a worthy ministry that the community has come to
depends on, and the proceeds go toward our Outreach projects, and to our regular expenditure. The parishioners
presently involved are advanced in ages and are often unable to attend, or are frail. Please make an effort to help
for about 3 hours on Tuesday mornings and your efforts will be greatly appreciated by your fellow parishioners
and you Lord and Master. For further information speak to Ray James, or call him at 416 492 0851.

FLOWER DEDICATIONS ~ If you would like to arrange for flowers to be put on the altar in memory of loved
ones, please contact Minoli Gunawardana at 905-839-8815. To make certain of having flowers on the altar for a
particular Sunday, please submit your memorial well in advance of the dedication date. The new flowers
coordinator has no record from previous years of donors of flowers for the altar. If you wish to place flowers on
the altar on a given Sunday in memory of loved ones, you will have to contact her to notify her of your wishes.
Thank you.
FOOD BANK MOVE ~ Effective Wednesday, October 5th, the Lansing Food Bank will open at its new
temporary location in the two blue-grey portables behind The Peoples Church, 374 Sheppard Avenue East. This
is west of Bayview Avenue on the north side of Sheppard at the corner of Wilfred Avenue. Parking and TTC
access are available. The hours and days of operation remain the same. Wednesday and Thursday mornings from
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
                                      POSITION AVAILABLE

St. Matthew the Apostle, Oriole, Anglican Church seeks a new parish Office Assistant to provide administrative
support to the Incumbent, the Deacon and church administration. St. Matthew’s is a parish of approximately 200
households. It is located on the Sheppard subway line, easily accessible by car from the 400 series highways
nearby.

The Parish Office Assistant plays an important part of the ministry of the parishioners and staff, and so it is an
asset if the Assistant is knowledgeable of and an active member of a Christian community. The successful
candidate must have communication skills and be dedicated. The ability to maintain the confidentiality of
sensitive material is essential. This person must also be adaptable to change, able to multi-task and be proficient
in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, with proven skills in a small office setting. The position requires that the
person be prompt in attending to work assignments, and have an ability to work with a minimum of supervision.

The position would require 8 hours per week with a start date of November 1, 2011. Hours of employment are
from 9 am to 1 pm Tuesday and Friday from September 1 to June 30.

Interested applicants may forward their written applications, accompanied by resumes, by 5:00 p.m., October 15,
to the Churchwardens: 80 George Henry Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, M2J 1E7, or
mailto:brad_lennon@stmatthew.ca. Please include both resume and references in the same document.

								
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