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					   FURTHER THOUGHTS ON THE GOSPEL                                                      PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                 Welcome to Worship
   THE FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY                                                                 Prayer                                                The Anglican Parishes of Petite Riviere & New Dublin
                                                                Daily offices are prayed in the churches Tuesdays to Saturdays ‘til the end of September:
                                                                                       8:00am Morning Prayer at St. James’ LaHave;
                                                                                       5:00pm Evening Prayer at St. Mary’s Crousetown
                   DULNESSE.                                    Please remember the following persons in your prayers this week:                                The Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity
                    by George Herbert                           The Sick: Anson Conrad; Marjorie Edwards, Andrea Lee, Albert Parsons,
                                                                           Juanita Smith, Richard Zinck, Margaret Whynacht.                                                and St. Bartholomew’s Day
                                                                Missing: Edwin Sperry and his family.
 WHY do I languish thus, drooping and dull,                     Grieving: Families of Barbara Joyce, Lester Teal, David Chance, Pauline Maskey.                                    August 24, AD 2008
           As if I were all earth?                              Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Anglican Church of Southern Aftrica – Abp Tabo Makgoba
 O give me quicknesse, that I may with mirth                    Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:
                                                                Timberlea, Nova Scotia Rev Michael Conrad and Marian; Rev Judie Lafford, Assistant
                     Praise thee brim-full!                     Priest, and Arthur; Rev Ronald Walker, Honorary Assistant
                                                                Retired Clergy of Fort Sackville Region:
 The wanton lover in a curious strain                           Rev; Dennis Andrews and Marion; Leslie Ball; Arthur Cuzner; James Greene and Linda;
                                                                Brian Hutchins and Sandra; Arthur Nash and Emily; Jim Reid and Beryl; Alan Sagar and
           Can praise his fairest fair;                         Margaret; Canon Jack Tattrie and Gail; Mary Wilkie, Deacon, and Raymond;
 And with quaint metaphors her curled hair                      Clergy Widows: Judy Appleton; Greta Moore; Hilda Temple-Hill; Joyce Pretty
                                                                Diocese of Moosonee: St. Peters-on-the-Rock, Kirkland Lake
                     Curl o’re again :                          St. Paul, Virginiatown; Rev Edna Murdy and Art

 Thou are my lovelinesse, my life, my light,                                      This Week’s Daily Bible Readings
           Beautie alone to me:                                                        Morning Prayer                           Evening Prayer
 Thy bloudy death and undeserv’d, makes thee
                                                                 Monday 2 Kings 22                 Eph. 2:11-end      2 Kings 23:1-20          Jn. 6:1-21
                     Pure red and white.
                                                                 Tuesday 2 Kings 23:21-35          Eph. 3             2 Kings 23:26-24:17      Jn. 6:22-40
 When all perfections as but one appeare,                      Wednesday 2 Kings 24:18-25:7 Eph. 4:1-16               2 Kings 25:8-30          Jn. 6:41-71
           That those thy form doth show,
                                                                Thursday Jer. 19                   Eph. 4:17-30       Jer. 21:1-10             Jn. 7:1-24
 The very dust, where thou dost tread and go
                      Makes beauties here ;                        Friday Jer. 22:20-23:8          Eph. 4:31-5:21     Jer. 24                  Jn. 7:25-52                  Cleansing of the Lepers, Utrecht School c.1430

                                                                Saturday Jer. 25:1-14              Eph. 5:22-33       Jer. 27:2-22             Jn. 8:1-30
 Where are my lines then? my approaches? views?
                                                                                                                                                                                 Jesus answering said,
            Where are my window-songs?
 Lovers are still pretending, and ev’n wrongs                                                       This Week                                                    Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine?
                        Sharpen their Muse.                                                        Monday Aug 25                                                           There are not found that returned
                                                                11:00am - Interment of ashes of David Chance, St Michael’s Cemetery Petite Riviere                     to give glory to God, save this stranger.
 But I am lost in flesh, whose sugred lyes                                                      Tuesday August 26                                                      And he said unto him, Arise, go thy way;
            Still mock me and grow bold:
                                                                2:00pm - Interment of ashes of Pauline Maskey – Ft. Point Cemetery in LaHave                                thy faith hath made thee whole.
 Sure thou didst put a minde there, if I could
                                                                2:00pm - Burial of Lester Teal – Broad Cove Cemetery (Fr. Ian Wissler)                                                                                       St. Luke 17:17-18
                       Finde where it lies.
                                                                                              Wednesday August 27
 Lord, cleare thy gift, that with a constant wit                                                                                                                       The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace,
                                                                11:00am - Memorial Service for Barbara Joyce – St. James’ LaHave
            I may but look towards thee:                                                                                                                                 longsuffering, gentleness, goodness,
 Look onely ; for to love thee, who can be,                                                        Next Sunday                                                               faith, meekness, temperance:
                        What angel fit?                                       Sunday Aug 31– Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity                                                  against such there is no law.
                                                                 9:30am East Petite at St. Mary’s Crousetown                         Holy Communion                                                                          Galatians 5:20
                                                                11:00am West Petite at St. Paul’s Cherry Hill                        Holy Communion
See also www.lectionarycentral.com and click on “Trinity 14”     7:00pm New Dublin at St. John’s West Dublin                         Evening Prayer
                                  PARISH DIRECTORY
                                       www.prnd.ca
                                                                                                                       HOLY COMMUNION                                                                              EVENING PRAYER
     The Rt. Rev. Dr. Susan Moxley, Bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia & PEI
                                                                                                                  9:30am –St. Alban’s Vogler’s Cove                                                                7:00pm – St. James’ LaHave
       The Rt. Rev. Ron Cutler, Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of NS & PEI
                                      both can be reached at:                                                    11:00am – St. Michael’s Petite Riviere                                          Opening Hymn…………#200 Saints of God! Lo, Jesus’ people
                 5732 College Street, Halifax NS, B3H 1X3 Tel: (902) 420-0717
                                 Website: www.nspeidiocese.ca                                                                                                                                    Opening Sentences
                                                                                              Opening Hymn…………#200 Saints of God! Lo, Jesus’ people
                             The Rev. David G. Phillips, Rector                                                                                                                                  Exhortation, Confession and Absolution………………pp. 18, 19
             St. Michael’s Rectory, 5822 Highway 331, Petite Riviere, NS, B4V 5Y3             The Lord’s Prayer and Collect for Purity……………………p. 67                                              Lord’s Prayer
                 Rectory: (902) 688-2228 E-mail: revdgphillips@hotmail.com
      The Rev. Canon Dr. Robert Crouse, Honorary Assistant Priest and Organist                Summary of the Law ……………………...…………………p. 69                                                         Opening Versicles and Responses……………………………p. 20
             R.R. #2 Italy Cross, NS, B0J 1V0 Website: www.prayerbook.ca/crouse                                                                                                                  Psalm:                 78 Part 2
                                                                                              Collects……………………………………................pp. 291, 239
         The Parish of Petite Riviere                     The Parish of New Dublin            Lesson:                Galatians 5:16f……......…(see bulletin, first column)                        First Lesson
                                                                    Wardens:
                   Wardens:
                                                        Mr. Jerry Fultz      688-2778         Gradual Hymn……………….#472 Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost                                                Magnificat (sung)…………………...………………...……...p. 21
         Mr. George Hilchey 688-2117
          Mr. Barry Smith 677-2070                      Mr. Brady Himmelman 688-2531                                                                                                             Second Lesson
                                                             Treasurer and Organist:          Gospel:                St. Luke 17:11f...........................................p. 240
                   Treasurer:
                                                         Mrs. Yvonne Haughn 688-2651
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nunc Dimittis (sung)……………………………………….p. 22
          Mrs. Evelyn Baker 677-2727
                                                       Assistant Organist: Mr. Paul Shields   Nicene Creed ………………………………..……….............p. 71                                                   Apostles Creed (said)
                                                                                              Sermon: The Rev. Canon Dr. Gary Thorne                                                             Versicles, Responses and Lord’s Prayer (sung)
                                                                                              Offertory Hymn…#231 Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee                                          Collects………………………………………pp. 291, 239, 23, 24
THE EPISTLE.                                                                                  Intercession …………………………………………………..p. 75                                                            Hymn…………………...….#793 Pass me not, O gentle Saviour
[   The 1662 BCP (following Sarum) appoints the following Epistle:                                                                                                                               Sermon: The Rev. Canon Dr. Gary Thorne
Gal. 5. 16                                                                                    Invitation, Confession, Absolution, Comfortable Words…...76-78
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Offertory Hymn…………….#699 Saviour, teach me day by day
I SAY then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of                           Sursum Corda……………………………………...…………p. 78
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Prayers and Grace
the flesh. For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit                           Sanctus and Benedictus………………………………………p. 81                                                         Closing Hymn……………...#781 Jesus keep me near the Cross
against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other; so                            Prayer of Consecration………………………………...……..p. 82
that ye cannot do the things that ye would. But if ye be led of                               Prayer of Humble Access and Agnus Dei………….…...pp. 83-84
the Spirit, ye are not under the Law. Now the works of the flesh                                                                                                                                                         TRINITY xiv
                                                                                              The Communion                                                                                      JESUS broke the bread of the Supper into as many pieces as
are manifest, which are these: Adultery, fornication,
                                                                                              Communion Hymn……...#575 My God, how endless is thy love                                            there were disciples present. Peter took one piece, John another
uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 and so on until there was none of it remaining. He gave his
variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings,                           The Lord’s Prayer and Thanksgiving………………………...p. 85
                                                                                                                                                                                                 mysterious body away to his friends without remainder and
murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I                               The Gloria.................................................................................p. 86   without reserve, for that was the principle of his life. He also
tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they                              Blessing                                                                                           said to his disciples, ‘Give, and it shall be given unto you.’ But
which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God. But                                                                                                                                   I do not find that I give myself away as he gave himself away.
                                                                                              Closing Hymn……………...#781 Jesus keep me near the Cross
the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering,                                                                                                                                      I find that I am jealously keeping my life for myself, stealing
                                                                                                                     or #216 How bright these glorious spirits shine!                            this and that part from my neighbour and from God, making up
gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance: against such
                                                                                                                                                                                                 little closed packets of pleasure and pride. ‘Give, and it shall be
there is no law. And they that are Christ's have crucified the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 given to you’. If we could once for all give ourselves away, be
flesh with the affections and lusts.                                                                                                                                                             perfectly at the disposal of God and of men, Jesus would fully
                                                                                                                                                                                                 give himself to us.                                   Austin Farrer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Crown of the Year

				
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