DAILY MASSES THIS WEEK Saint Thomas’s Anglican Church SAINT THOMAS'S CHURCH (BCP pages 67-86, 147 & 138, Proper Lent 4B) 383 Huron Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2G5 (Congregation Established 1874) Tel: 416.979.2323 Fax: 416.979.0261 Ordinary W eekday Introit: Isaiah 66 & Psalm 122 Website: www.stthomas.on.ca Bring us, O Lord God, at our last awakening Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad for Email: email@example.com into the house and gate of heaven her, all you who love her / rejoice with Rector we beseech thee, Almighty God, that we, who for our evil deeds do worthily RANT , her in joy, all you who mourn over her—that you may nurse and be Rector: The Rev’d Mark W. Andrews—416.345.8787 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Priest: The Rev’d Robert Mitchell G deserve to be punished, by the comfort of thy grace may mercifully be relieved; through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. Collect of Lent IV satisfied from her consoling breast; that Assistant Priests: The Rev’d Canon Brian D. Freeland LMIGHTY and everlasting God, who hatest nothing that thou hast made, and dost forgive you may drink deeply with delight from her glorious bosom. (Ps) I was glad The Rev’d Robert A. Ross Rector Emeritus: The Rev’d Roy A. Hoult Awe worthilyall them that are penitent: Create and our wretchedness,and contriteof thee, that the sins of lamenting our sins, and acknowledging make in us new may obtain hearts, Honorary Assistant Priests: when they said unto me, “We will go The Rev’ds A. Thomas Little, Canon R. Bruce Mutch the God of all mercy, perfect remission and forgiveness; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. unto the house of the Lord.” Canon W. David Neelands & Ian D. Nichols Collect of Ash Wednesday Glory be... (Repeat Antiphon) Verger: Jeremy Rempel Sexton: Colin Anderson March 22, 2009 The Fourth Sunday in Lent - Lætare MONDAY (23) Commemoration (Violet) 5:30 pm Administrator: Barbara Obrai Gregory the Illuminator, Bishop of Armenia, c.332 Isaiah 65.17-21; Ps 30; John 4.43-54 Organist & Choirmaster: John H. Tuttle EARLY EUCHARIST AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Organ Scholar: Elizabeth Anderson Plain Celebration: Prayer Book, pages 67-86 TUESDAY (24) Commemoration (Violet) 12:15 pm People’s Warden: Phil Spencer Propers: page 147 & 138, Introit: Psalm 122; Tract: Psalm 125 Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1711 Rector’s Warden: Anthony Dale (transferred from Sunday) Deputy Wardens: Kevin Toyne, Jennifer Grange SUNG EUCHARIST AT HALF-PAST NINE Ezekiel 47.1-9,12; Ps 46; John 5.1-18 Book of Alternative Services Rite Pastoral Care Contact: Phyllis Garden Please see accompanying order of service WEDNESDAY (25) HOLY DAY (White) 7:30 am Outreach Contacts: Maggie Helwig & Bill Thoms Music of the Mass: New Plainsong, David Hurd The Annunciation of our Lord to the Blessèd Virgin Mary THE PROCLAM ATION OF THE WORD Pr Bk Propers, page 271 Co-Coordinators of Sidespeople: Teri Dunn & Wendy Woodworth: Revised Common Lectionary, (see separate leaflet), Lent 4B Introit:Ps 45.10-15; Gradual:Ps 131 Homily: Fr Ross Friars’ Guild Co-Coordinators: THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST THURSDAY (26) Lenten Feria (Violet) 12:15 pm Fr Robert Ross & Anna Kennedy Offertory: Hymn 118 “Come, let us to the LORD our GOD St BERNARD Exodus 32.7-14; Ps 103.1-12; John 5.31-47 Communion Motet: ‘Jesu, grant me this, I pray’ Christopher Robinson Newsletter Editor: Interim editor: Julia Armstrong & Jesu, grant me this, I pray, ever in thy heart to stay; let me evermore abide hidden in thy wounded side. If the evil FRIDAY (27) Commemoration (Violet) 5:30 pm Jennifer Grange one prepare, or the world, a tempting snare, I am safe when I abide in thy heart and wounded side. If the flesh, Charles Henry Brent, Bishop of the Philippines, Webmaster: John Meadows more dangerous still, tempt my soul to deeds of ill, naught I fear when I abide in thy heart and wounded side. and of Western New York, 1929 Church & Hall bookings – email@example.com Death will come one day to me; Jesu, cast me not from thee: dying let me still abide in thy heart and wounded Wisdom 2.1a,12-22; Ps 34.15-22; side. (17th c., anon., tr. Sir H.W. Baker) John 7.1-2,10,25-30 Hymn 503 “I heard the voice of JESUS say” KINGSFOLD Confessions: 6:00—630 pm MORNING PRAYER (MATTINS) AT HALF-PAST TEN SATURDAY (28) Lenten Feria (Violet) 10 am Prayer Book, pages 6-11, 147 & 138 Psalms 86 & 87; Exodus 1.8-14,22—2.10 & Luke 18.35—19.10 Jeremiah 11.18-20; Ps 7.1-2,8-12; John 7.40-53 During Lent, Benedicite, Pr Bk, page 26, replaces Te Deum SOLEMN EUCHARIST AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SOLEMN EVENSONG & DEVOTIONS AT SEVEN O'CLOCK Music of the Mass: Missa IV: Cunctipotens genitor Deus Organ: Canzona in d, BWV 588 J.S. Bach Organ: Prélude au Kyrie (Homàge à Frescobaldi) Jean Langlais Versicles and Responses (Pr Bk, pages 20-21) Introit: Lætare (Ps 122, selected verses) Mode v Psalms 75 & 76 (Pr Bk, pages 423-4) Tones VI & VII,5 All kneel for the Collect for Purity, Kyrie Eleison & the Collects of the Day. First Lesson: Genesis 24.29-end LITURGY OF THE WORD Magnificat (Pr Bk, page 21) Tones III,2 & VI, fauxbourdons by Frank Nakashima (See separate leaflet) Second Lesson: Mark 15.1-21 First Reading: Numbers 21.4-9 Nunc Dimittis (Pr Bk, page 22 Tones III,2 & VI, fauxbourdons by Frank Nakashima Psalm 107.1-3,17-22 Tone I,2 Creed through Collects (Pr Bk, pages 22-24, 147 & 138) Second Reading: Ephesians 2.1-10 A Lent Prose: Attende (All remain kneeling) Mode v Sequence: Hymn 828 (AOH 16) "Now is the healing time..." RECTOR POTENS (Mode ii) Prayers and Thanksgivings (The General Thanksgiving, Pr Bk, page 14, may be said) Gospel: John 3.14-21 Sermon: Alain Brosseau, Trinity Divinity Student - on the Blessed Virgin Mary Homily: Fr Ross Hymn (a collection will be taken up) 120 “O dearest LORD , thy sacred head” DUNFERMLINE Creed (Pr Bk, page 71) Merbecke Intercessions R/. Lord, hear our prayer DEVOTIONS O Salutaris Hostia (Hymn 237, Part 2) VERBUM SUPERNUM LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST Motet: Song of the Passion George Oldroyd Invitation and Confession and Absolution (Pr Bk, pages 76-77) When I think on Jesu’s blood, that he shed upon the rood, I 1let tears 2smart. Who of men can be unkind if Christis Offertory: Hymn 118 “Come, let us to the LORD our GOD St BERNARD blood he hath in mind, entirely in his heart? Sweet Jesu Christ, what is thy guilt, that thou for me art split, Flower The people sit at the conclusion of the hymn of 3unlothfulness? I a thief am but thou diest; I am guilty, but thou 4abuyest all my wickedness. Why gavest thou and stand again as the thurifer approaches for the censing. so much for thine? What winnest thou for thy hard 5pine rich in bliss above? Sweet Jesu Christ. Love thy heart Prayer over the Gifts, Biddings, & Eucharistic Prayer (Pr Bk, pages 78-83) so deep has sought, that pain of death doth 6let thee nought of man to win the love. Sweet Jesu Christ. (Words Our Father (Pr Bk, page 85) Merbecke probably by Henry Parker, 1470, a Carmelite friar at Doncaster. 1 Let=shed; 2smart=painful; 3unlothfulness=willingness or beauty; 4 Peace, Prayer of Humble Access & Agnus Dei (Pr Bk, pages 83 & 84) abuyest=pay the penalty for; 5pine=sorrow, pain; 6let=hinder.) Tantum ergo Sacramentum (Hymn 234, Part 2) PANGE LINGUA During Communion Hymn 437 “JESU , meek and lowly” SENS V/. Thou gavest them Bread from heaven; Motet: ‘Bring us, O Lord God’ William Harris R/. Containing in itself all sweetness. Bring us, O Lord God, at our last awakening into the house and gate of heaven, to enter into that gate and dwell Collect of Corpus Christi in the house, where there shall be no darkness nor dazzling, but one equal light; no noise nor silence, but one O GOD , who in a wonderful sacrament hast left unto us a memorial of thy passion: Grant us so to reverence the equal music; no fears nor hopes, but one equal possession; no ends nor beginnings, but one equal eternity; in the holy mysteries of thy Body and Blood, that we may ever know within ourselves the fruit of thy redemption; who habitation of thy glory and dominion, world without end. Amen. (John Donne) livest and reignest with the Father in the unity of the Holy Ghost, one God, world without end. Amen. Prayer after Communion & Blessing (Pr Bk, page 85 & 86) Psalm—Laudate Dominum Tone VI Hymn 503 “I heard the voice of JESUS say” KINGSFOLD Organ: Fantasy and Fugue in g, BWV 542 J.S. Bach Antiphon: Lët üs ad-öre CHRIST our LORD : in the most hö-ly Sac-ra-ment. O PRÄISE the LORD , all ye na-tions : laud him, all yë peo-ples. For his merciful kindness is ever more and more to-wards us : and the truth of the LORD endureth for ev-ër. Praise the LORD . Glory be to the Father, WELCOME TO SAINT THOMAS'S ALL VISITORS AND NEWCOMERS! Coffee, tea, etc. is served in the Parish Hall and to the Son : and to thë Ho-ly Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be : world with- immediately following both 9:30 and 11 am liturgies. Please join us. out ënd. A-men. (Ps 117) [Repeat antiphon] ALL THOSE WHO ARE BAPTIZED, WITH WATER, IN THE NAME OF THE HOLY TRINITY, are welcome to receive Holy Communion. If you would prefer to receive a blessing please cross your arms over your chest. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE FLOWERS IN THE CHURCH ON EASTER DAY are the gift of the congregation. WITH COMMUNION, please inform one of the sidespeople. THE CHURCH ’S MINISTRY of Healing, Prayers, Laying Donations may be made in memory of family and friends, by filling out the appropriate on of Hands, and Anointing with Oil, is offered on request. Speak to the Rector or one of the other priests. flower envelope. Names and thanksgivings will be published in the Easter leaflet. Anonymous donations also gratefully accepted.
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