St. Andrew’s Anglican Church
8 Locks Road,
Striving to always be a Welcoming Spiritual Community
PARISH OFFICE: 435-2987
Office Hours: Tues., Wed., & Thurs. 8:45 – 11:45 am
Rev. Trevor’s: Wed. & Thurs. 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Our Mission Statement is to welcome ALL people to share
and grow with us in Christian faith through worship,
work, learning and fellowship.
VISITING TODAY? WELCOME TO ST. ANDREW’S: While we
appreciate any offering, please do not feel obligated to do so, but
please do sign our guest book in the Narthex.
LOOKING FOR A NEW SPIRITUAL HOME AND WANT TO
KNOW MORE ABOUT US? Please fill out the form on the
envelope found attached to the bookrack in front of you and
place on the offering plate.
WASHROOMS are located in the basement at the foot of the
stairs. One is equipped with a baby change table if needed.
NURSERY is located downstairs.
Today s Ministries
The Rev. Trevor Lightfoot The Rev. Barry Connor
Lay Reader: Chalice:
Sherryll Murphy Martha Barnstead &
Organist: Prayers of the People:
Patti Crory Sandra Attersley
Doug Morash & Dawn & Larry Mason
Offering Counters: Altar Duty:
Edy Guy-François & Bernice Oickle &
Mike Winslow Katherine Lindsey
Reader: Sunday School:
Yvonne Russell Summer Break
RECTOR: The Rev. Trevor Lightfoot ASSOCIATE: The Rev. Barry Connor
ASSOCIATE: The Rev. Bert Chestnut WARDEN: Michael Winslow 434-2577
WARDEN: Edy Guy-François 434-4407 DIRECTOR OF MUSIC: Mary Martell
Book of Alternative Services
June 24, 2012
Prelude: What A Friend We Have In Jesus CP 532
The Gathering of the Community
Apostolic Greeting p. 185
Collect of the day
O God our defender, storms rage about us and
cause us to be afraid. Rescue your people from
despair, deliver your sons and daughters from
fear, and preserve us all from unbelief; through
your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and
reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now
and ever. Amen
The Proclamation of the Word
1st Reading – 1 Samuel 17: (1a, 4-11, 19-23) 32-49
Psalm 9: 9-20
2nd Reading -2 Corinthians 6: 1-13
Gospel : Mark 4: 35-41
Prayers of the People
Intercession & Thanksgiving
Confession & Absolution p. 191
The Peace p. 192
The Celebration of the Eucharist
Offertory Hymn: All Things Bright & Beautiful CP 415
Prayer over the Gifts
Eternal God, you have made our Saviour Jesus
Christ the head of all creation. Receive all we
offer you this day and renew us in his risen life,
in the name of Jesus Christ the Lord. AMEN
(If this is your first time worshiping at St. Andrew’s and you are a communicate
member of a faith community please feel welcomed and invited to receive the
Holy Mysteries of our Lord Jesus Christ at this His table. For communion real
bread is used, if you wish to receive a wafer instead, please signify this by
placing your index finger and thumb together, like a ‘pinch’)
Alleluia MP 7
Father, I Place into Your Hands MP 45
Majesty, Worship His Majesty MP 151
Prayer after Communion
Almighty God, guide and protect your people
who share in this sacred mystery, and keep us
always in your love; through Jesus Christ our
Lord, the Light of Your Love is Shining CP 460
THIS WEEK WE PRAY FOR:
In our Parish Community we pray for:
Jason Kempton, Tara Whitman, Christopher,
Marilee, Dan & Family, Mano Luke, Doris Johnson,
Sheila Wadman, Patti Crory, Yula McAdoo, Andrew,
Don White, Rachel LeBlanc, Dale Nephew, Faye Fleet
Anna Langille, Rev. Bert Chestnut & Chris Nicholson.
In our Anglican Communion, we give thanks and
Retired Clergy of Chebucto Region:
The Reverend Carson Baxter
The Reverend Canon David Boston
The Reverend Kerry Bourke and Natalie
The Reverend Jane Clattenburg and Mike
The Reverend Dr. Davena Davis
The Reverend Ronald Harris and Gwyneth
The Reverend Dr. John Hibbitts
The Reverend Randal Johnston
The Reverend Canon Fred Krieger and Janet
The Reverend Irving Letto and Maizie
The Most Reverend Arthur G. Peters and Elizabeth
The Reverend James Purchase
The Reverend Eldie Richard and Gwen
The Reverend Don Shipton and Corinne Steele
The Reverend Canon John Smith
The Reverend John Swain
The Reverend Ron Walker
The Reverend Dennis Walsh and Maureen
The Reverend Mary Wilkie and Raymond
Mrs. Margaret Clattenburg Mrs. Lillian Miller
Mrs. Beverley Dye Mrs. Verna Munroe
Mrs. Barbara Ellis Mrs. Kaye Pottie
Mary Kirby Mrs. Louise Reid
ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM ST. A’s
REGULAR OFFERING: June 17th - $927.00
Memorial - $100.00
Average weekly offerings from PAR: $406.03
“...God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Corinthians 9:7)
Thank You for your generosity.
Our annual auction is scheduled for the last Saturday in
September which is the 29th. Members of the Ways &
Means Committee are once again inviting you to assist us
in making this another successful parish sponsored event.
In the weeks leading up to this fundraiser we are asking
you to start thinking about what you'd like to contribute.
In the past we have kept this as an in-house event. This
year we will be advertising to the wider community. We
need a lot of items ... baked goods, gently used items, new
items, gift certificates, handcrafted items, gift baskets,
meals, sports equipment, to name a few and you've got
good imaginations ... we need your support in getting items
for our auction. Our successful auction history shows
that just over $2000.00 was raised in 2009, $1257.00 in
2010 and $2195.54 in 2011 so "the sky's the limit" for
2012! Already 18 items have been donated. 183+ left to
go. Thank you for your support!!!!
Your Assistance Please!!!!
Our Sunday school needs your assistance beginning in
September, 2012. REQUIREMENTS: willingness to work
with children ages 4 and up as well as some time to work
with them. You do not need to be a teacher as “The Whole
People of God” curriculum is used and it provides all the
lessons. Should several people volunteer their time then
there would be an opportunity to alternate weeks giving the
opportunity to attend a service in its entirety. If this
ministry interests you, please contact Arrin or Edy or
Reverend Trevor Lightfoot.
July 15th – Ways & Means Cold Luncheon Plate with
desert, tea & coffee. $8.00 for adults/$4.00 children.
Metro Food Bank – Please donate any non-perishable food
items, especially canned milk, spaghetti, macaroni,
soup, vegetables, juice, cereal hot and cold, instant coffee,
tea, personal items, baby food, diapers, soap and baby
Food Bank Clients Monthly Report
May 2011 250 Families April 2011 215 Families March 2011 263 Families
May 2012 341 Families April 2012 272 Families March 2012 252 Families
Feb. 2011 249 Families January 2011 236 Families
Feb. 2012 308 Families January 2012 258 Families
Edward and Martha Barnstead would like to invite our faith
family and their immediate family to an afternoon musical
jam & bbq (with non-alcoholic drinks) at St. Andrew's
Anglican Church hall, 8 Locks Road in Dartmouth on Saturday
28 July 2012 from 3 to 6 pm. Please RSVP please
firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 435-4957. All
food will be provided. If you play a musical instrument
bring it along. A lawn chair might be useful if the
weather is nice. There will be games for the kids.
This event is our way of celebrating our 35th wedding
anniversary and thanking all who have been part of our
lives and supported us.
PLEASE, no gifts, no cards, no flowers. Your presence will
be our gift. If you feel compelled to bring something,
please bring a can or two of condensed milk or other non-
perishable for the food bank.
The following Gift Cards (or cash cards as I like to call
them) are now available to buy from Edy or you can call
Joanne in the office – Superstore, Sobeys, one Starbucks
and one Esso.
Something New – The Community – An online place
for Canadian Anglicans to talk about life as Church.
Visit and add your voice to
Psalm 9: 9-20
9 The Lord will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in time of
10 Those who know your name will put their trust in you, for you never
forsake those who seek you, O Lord.
11 Sing praise to the Lord who dwells in Zion; proclaim to the peoples
the things he has done.
12 The avenger of blood will remember them; he will not forget the cry
of the afflicted.
13 Have pity on me, O Lord; see the misery I suffer from those who hate
me, O you who lift me up from the gate of death;
14 So that I may tell of all your praises and rejoice in your salvation in
the gates of the city of Zion.
15 The ungodly have fallen into the pit they dug, and in the snare they
set is their own foot caught.
16 The Lord is known by his acts of justice; the wicked are trapped in
the works of their own hands.
17 The wicked shall be given over to the grave, and also all the peoples
that forget God.
18 For the needy shall not always be forgotten, and the hope of the poor
shall not perish forever.
19 Rise up, O Lord, let not the ungodly have the upper-hand; let them be
judged before you.
20 Put fear upon them, O Lord; let the ungodly know they are but