The Rune of Hospitality by ywl11741

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									Season:            Epiphany 3
Date:              January 23, 2005
Time:              11:00 a.m.

                                                MORNING PRAYER
                                  ADAPTED FROM THE 1662 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
                                                         WITH THE
                                                   KIRKIN' O' THE TARTAN


Voluntary:         Allegro maestoso e Vivace (IV. Sonata IV in B flat)           Felix Mendellsohn

Procession with the Pipers (Please stand.)                                              The Citadel Pipe Band

The Rune of Hospitality
684     O for a closer walk with God                                                    Caithness

Opening Sentences
Confession of Sin
THE INVITATORY AND PSALTER
       Preces (choir)                                                                 Paul Halley
       Cantor:        O Lord, open thou our lips.
       Choir:         And our mouth shall shew forth thy praise.
       Cantor:        O God, make speed to save us.
       Choir:         O Lord, make haste to help us.
       Cantor:        Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost.
       Choir:         As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.
       Cantor:        Praise ye the Lord.
       Choir:         The Lord's name be praised.

Psalm 98       Come, let us sing unto the Lord                                          Duke Street
       (Choir and Congregation)

First Lesson:

Canticle (choir)            Hail, gladdening light!                                 Charles Wood
                   Hail, gladdening light, of His pure glory poured, who is the Immortal Father,
                   Heavenly, Blest, Holiest of Holies Jesu Christ, our Lord. Now we are come
                   to the sun’s hour of rest, the lights of evening round us shine, we hymn the
                   Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Divine. Worthiest art Thou at all times to be
                   sung with undefiled tongue, Son of our God, giver of life alone; therefore in
                   all the world Thy glories Lord, they own. Amen.


Second Lesson:
Canticle (choir)           Jubilate (Collegium Regale)                             Herbert Howells
                   O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands: serve the Lord with gladness,
                   and come before his presence with a song. Be ye sure that the Lord
                   he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his
                   people, and the sheep of his pasture. O go your way into his gates
                   with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto
                   him, and speak good of his Name. For the Lord is gracious; his
                   mercy is everlasting: and his truth endureth from generation to
                   generation. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy
                   Ghost; as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world
                   without end. Amen.

Third Lesson:

709     O God of Bethel, by whose hand                                                  Dundee

The Apostles' Creed

The Prayers (choir)                                                              Paul Halley
      Cantor:       The Lord be with you.
      Choir:        And with thy spirit.
      Cantor:       Let us pray.
      Choir:        Lord, have mercy upon us.
                    Christ, have mercy upon us.
                    Lord, have mercy upon us.

        Officiant:        Our Father,

        ALL: (said)       who art in Heaven,
                          hallowed be thy Name,
                          thy kingdom come,
                          thy will be done,
                          on earth as it is in heaven.
                          Give us this day our daily bread.
                          And forgive us our trespasses,
                          as we forgive those who trespass against us.
                          And lead us not into temptation,
                          but deliver us from evil.
                          For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory,
                          for ever and ever. Amen.


   The Suffrages
      Cantor:             O Lord, show thy mercy upon us.
      Choir:              And grant us thy salvation.
      Cantor:             O Lord, save the State.
      Choir:              And mercifully hear us when we call upon thee.
      Cantor:             Endue thy ministers with righteousness.
         Choir:          And make thy chosen people joyful.
         Cantor:         O Lord, save thy people.
         Choir:          And bless thine inheritance.
         Cantor:         Give peace in our time, O Lord.
         Choir:          Because there is none other that fighteth for us, but only thou, O God.
         Cantor:         O God, make clean our hearts within us.
         Choir:          And take not thy Holy Spirit from us.

The Collect of the Day
The Collect for St. Andrew
The Collect for Peace
The Collect for Grace
The Collect for Mission of the Church

The Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan
Prayer of Blessing

Motet:             Loch Lomond                                                          Scottish Folk Song
                                                                                        Arr. R. Vaughan Williams

                                  Refrain (Congregation and Choir)
       O you'll take the high road and I'll take the low road and I'll be in Scotland afore ye,
   But me and my true love will never meet again on the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond.

                                 By yon bonny banks and yon bonny braes,
                                 Where the sun shines bright on Loch Lomond,
                                 Where me and my true love were ever wont to gae,
                                 On the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond.

                                 'Twas there that we parted in yon shady glen,
                                 on the steep, steep side of Loch Lomond,
                                 where deep in purple hue the Highland hills we view,
                                 and the moon coming out in the gloaming.

                                 The wee birdies sing and the wild flow'rs spring,
                                 And in sunshine the waters are sleeping,
                                 But the broken heart it kens nae second spring again
                                 Tho' the woeful may cease from their greeting.


Highland Cathedral                                                                      The Citadel Pipe Band

The Homily

671      Amazing Grace                                                                  New Britain
 (St. 1) All
(St. 2) Men
(St. 3) Choir
(St. 4) Women
(St. 5) All

The Offertory Anthem:          The Fair Chivalry                                      Robert Ashfield
      Ah, see the fair chivalry come, the companions of Christ! White horsemen, who ride
      on white horses, the Knights of God! They, for their Lord and their Lover who
      sacrificed all save the sweetness of treading where He first trod! These, through the
      darkness of death, the dominion of night, swept, and they woke in white places at
      morning tide: they saw with their eyes and sang for joy at the sight, they saw with
      their eyes the Eyes of the Crucified. Now, wither so ever He goeth, with Him they
      go: white horsemen, who ride on white horses, Oh, fair to see! They ride, where the
      rivers of Paradise flash and flow, white horsemen, with Christ their Captain: for ever
      He! (Lionel Johnson: 1876-1902)


Presentation: 404      We will extol you, ever-blessed Lord (st. 1)                  Old 124th

The General Thanksgiving

A Prayer of St. John Chrysostom

Orison: (choir)       A Gaelic Blessing                                               John Rutter
       Deep peace of the running wave to you, deep peace of the flowing air to you,
       deep peace of the quiet earth to you, deep peace of the shining stars to you,
       deep peace of the gentle night to you, moon and stars pour their healing light
       on you, deep peace of Christ the light of the world to you, deep peace of
       Christ to you. (adapted from an old Gaelic rune)

663    The Lord my God my shepherd is                                                Crimond

Procession with the Pipers

								
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