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					     FURTHER THOUGHTS ON THE READINGS                                                PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                Welcome to Worship
              THE FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT                           Prayer – Please remember the following persons in your prayers this week:                The Anglican Parishes of Petite Riviere & New Dublin
                                                                 Our Armed Forces in Afghanistan
                                                                 For the safety of our lobster fishermen as the season has opened.
                                                                 The Sick: Gary Alcock, Kim Butcher, Leone Conrad, Marjorie Edwards, Marie
                          LENT                                   Gibson, Ruby Gray, Wanda Jamieson, Andrea Lee, Teddy Leebrook, Lucas
                                                                 Singleton, Juanita Smith.
                                                                 The Grieving: Families/friends of Pearl Herman.
                                                                                                                                                                      The First Sunday in Lent
Welcome dear feast of Lent: who loves not thee,                  Missions: Our World Vision Children; The Bishop McAllister College, Uganda
                                                                                                                                                                               February 10, AD 2008
He loves not Temperance, or Authority,                           Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Anglican Church of Kenya, Archbp Benjamin Nzimbi
                                                                 Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: St. Paul’s, Charlottetown, PEI, Archdeacon John Clarke and
But is composed of passion.                                          Theresa, Revs Madonna Fradsham, Deacon, Jay Macdonald, Lorraine Quinn
                                                                 St. Peter’s Cathedral, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
The Scriptures bid us fast; the Church says, now:                  Rev Canon Peter Harris, Rev David Harris, Rev Canon Walter Harris, Rev Canon Robert
                                                                   Tuck, Hon. Assistant, and Catherine
Give to your Mother, what you would allow                        St. Mary and St. John, Prince Edward Island, Revs Karen Quirk, Ned Henthorn,
                                                                 Diocese of Moosonee: Eastmain, St. Mark
To every Corporation.                                            Companion Dioceses of Moosonee, Keewatin and Niagara and Manicaland in Zimbabwe.

It 's true, we cannot reach Christ's fortieth day;
Yet to go part of that religious way,                                                           THIS WEEK
Is better than to rest:                                                                       Daily Bible Readings
We cannot reach our Savior's purity;                                                   Morning Prayer                          Evening Prayer

Yet are bid, Be holy ev'n as he.                                  Monday Gen. 42                 Mt. 26:1-30         Gen. 43              Phil. 1
In both let 's do our best.                                       Tuesday Gen. 44                Mt. 26:31-56        Gen. 45:1-15         Phil. 2

Who goes in the way which Christ has gone,                      Wednesday Gen. 45:16-46:7        Mt. 26:57-75        Gen. 46:26-47:12     Phil. 3

Is much more sure to meet with him, than one                     Thursday Gen. 47:13-end         Mt. 27:1-26         Gen. 48              Phil. 4
Who travels the by-ways:                                            Friday Gen. 49:1-32          Mt. 27:27-56        Gen. 49:33-50:26     Col. 1:1-20

Perhaps my God, though he be far before,                          Saturday Ex. 1:1-2:10          Mt. 27:57-28:20 Ex. 2:11-22              Col. 1:21-2:7
May turn, and take me by the hand, and more
May strengthen my decays.                                                                   Wednesday February 13
                                                                                    Let Our Passions be for Christ:
Yet Lord instruct us to improve our fast                                        The passions of the soul adorned by grace.
By starving sin and taking such repast                          A Lenten Study at 7pm at St. Michael’s Rectory in Petite Riviere.
As may our faults control:                                      Please join us for a talk with discussion, questions and friendly fellowship.
                                                                                                                                                                          Christ in the Wilderness, Ivan Kramskoy, 1872.
That ev'ry man may revel at his door,
Not in his parlor; banqueting the poor,                                                       NEXT SUNDAY
And among those his soul.                                                   Sunday February 17 – The Second Sunday in Lent                                    THEN was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to
                                                                 9:30am New Dublin at St. John’s West Dublin                    Holy Communion                be tempted of the devil. And when he had fasted forty
                                               George Herbert   11:00am St. Mark’s – Broad Cove                                 Holy Communion                days and forty nights, he was afterward an-hungered.
                                                                 7:00pm St. Mary’s – Crousetown                                 Evening Prayer                                                                             St. Matthew 4:1-2


For more see www.lectionarycentral.com and click on “Lent 1”     Note: The 11:00am service is a change from the schedule because
                                                                 the furnace at St. Paul’s Cherry Hill is temporarily broken.                                                                   [
                                PARISH DIRECTORY
                                        www.prnd.ca                                                             HOLY COMMUNION
       The Rt. Rev. Susan Moxley, Bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia & PEI
  5732 College Street, Halifax NS, B3H 1X3 Tel: (902) 420-0717 Website: www.nspeidiocese.ca                  8:15am – St. Michael’s Petite Riviere
                              The Rev. David G. Phillips, Rector                                               9:30am – St. Mark’s Broad Cove
              St. Michael’s Rectory, 5822 Highway 331, Petite Riviere, NS, B0J 2P0                       11:00am – New Dublin at St. James’ LaHave
                  Rectory: (902) 688-2228 E-mail: revdgphillips@hotmail.com

      The Rev. Canon Dr. Robert Crouse, Honorary Assistant Priest and Organist
             R.R. #2 Italy Cross, NS, B0J 1V0 Website: www.prayerbook.ca/crouse
                                                                                              Opening Hymn …….......#118 Come, let us to the Lord our God
    The Parish of Petite Riviere                        The Parish of New Dublin
           St. John’s Bell’s Island
                                                              St. Peter’s West LaHave
                                                                                              The Lord’s Prayer and Collect for Purity……………………p. 67
         St. Michael’s Petite Riviere
                                                                 St. James’ LaHave
           St. Mary’s Crousetown
                                                              St. John’s West Dublin          The Ten Commandments……………………...……………..p. 68
           St. Mark’s Broad Cove
            St. Paul’s Cherry Hill
         St. Alban’s Vogler’s Cove
                                                                                              Collects…………………………………………….....pp. 140, 138
                                                                   Wardens:
               Wardens:                                Mr. Jerry Fultz      688-2778          Lesson:          2 Corinthians 6:1f………………………..p. 140
     Mr. George Hilchey 688-2117                       Mr. Brady Himmelman 688-2531
      Mr. Barry Smith 677-2070                                                                Gradual Hymn…………............................#382 As pants the hart
                                                           Treasurer and Organist:
 Treasurer: Mrs. Evelyn Baker 677-2727                  Mrs. Yvonne Haughn 688-2651           Gospel:          St. Matthew 4:1ff……................................p. 141
                                                                                              Nicene Creed…………...…………………………….............p. 71
                                  Salvator Mundi                                              Sermon
    can be said in the place of the Te Deum in Morning Prayer during Lent
                                                                                              Offertory Hymn…............................#110 By the Holy Spirit sent
O SAVIOUR of the world who by thy Cross and precious Blood                                    Intercession …………………………………………………..p. 75
hast redeemed us : save us and help us we humbly beseech thee O
                                                                                              Invitation, Confession, Absolution, Comfortable Words….. 76-78
LORD.
2 Thou didst save thy disciples when ready to perish : hear us and                            Sursum Corda……………………………………...…………p. 78
save us we humbly beseech thee.                                                               Sanctus and Benedictus………………………………………p. 81
3 Let the pitifulness of thy great mercy : loose us from our sins we                          Prayer of Consecration………………………………...……..p. 82
humbly beseech thee.
                                                                                              Prayer of Humble Access and Agnus Dei………….…...pp. 83-84
4 Make it appear that thou art our SAVIOUR and mighty Deliverer
: O save us that we may praise thee we humbly beseech thee.                                   The Communion
5 Draw near according to thy promise from the throne of thy glory                             Communion Hymn….#127 Sweet the moments, rich in blessing                     LENT
: look down and hear our crying we humbly beseech thee.                                       The Lord’s Prayer and Thanksgiving………………………...p. 85                          “I therefore invite you, in the name of the Church, to
6 Come again and dwell with us, O LORD CHRIST JESUS : abide                                                                                                                the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination
                                                                                              (no Gloria during Lent)                                                      and repentance, by prayer, fasting, and self-denial,
with us for ever we humbly beseech thee.
                                                                                              Blessing                                                                     and by reading and meditation upon God’s holy
7 And when thou shalt appear with pow'r and great glory : may                                                                                                              Word.”
we be made like unto thee, in thy glorious Kingdom.                                           Closing Hymn…………………..#579 Rock of ages, cleft for me                                 from The Exhortation in A Penitential Service
Glory be to the FATHER, and to the SON, and to the HOLY GHOST.                                                                                                                             p. 612 of the Book of Common Prayer
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world
without end. Amen.

				
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