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					                          Welcome
                              to
                St. Martin’s Anglican Church

                                  September 19, 2010




                      Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost



St. Martin’s, a small, friendly parish, exists “to worship God, to minister to the needs of the
community and to help all people grow in faith and fellowship as a family of believers”.
All baptised Christians are invited to receive both the bread and the wine at Holy Communion. If you
are not comfortable sharing the common cup, you are invited to touch the base of the chalice as the
communion minister holds it before you saying, ‘the blood of Christ, shed for you.’ Intinction, or
dipping the bread in the wine, is no longer practiced. If you would like to come for a blessing, this

If you are visiting with us, or here for the first time, please sign our guest book and stay for coffee
is indicated by crossing your arms at the communion rail.

following the Service. We hope that you will feel at home worshipping at St. Martin’s.
                         Welcome to St. Martin’s Anglican Church
                           The Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity
                                  September 19, 2010
               Intinction, or dipping of the bread in the wine, is no longer practiced



9:00 am         THE HOLY EUCHARIST
Prelude Please be still in God’s presence and let all conversation cease

♪ Opening Hymn
The Liturgy Begins                                         pg. 67
                        393 vs. 1&2 Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise


The Collect                                               pg. 242

Jeremiah grieves over Judah (daughter of my people) whom he sees on the brink of disaster.
The Lesson     Jeremiah 8.18 - 9.1

Psalm 79.1-9                                              pg. 432

In a rather strange parable, Jesus indicates that our handling of worldly things may not be unrelated
The Holy Gospel         Luke 16.1-13

to our handling of spiritual things.

The Creed                                                  pg. 71
The Homily
The Intercession                                           pg. 75
The Communion
The Liturgy Concludes                                      pg. 85
♪ Recessional Hymn 322 vs. 1&6 All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name



                         Go in peace to love and serve the Lord
 Please remember the following parish families in your prayers this week: James & Adrienne Mackay,
                                Rob & Tami Mackay, Joyce Maguire
             Jim & Catherine Macnaughton-Twiss, Michael Maguire, Ed & Mary Mann




                 Weekly services: Sunday 9:00 am & 10:30 am; Wednesday 10:15 am
Greeters       Helen Rogers, David Bevan
                              ♫ 10:30 CHORAL EUCHARIST ♫

Acolytes       Avery Collins-Bacchus, Leigh Kalenborn-Pask,
               Akini Davidson, Sophia Georgescu, Sarah Levy
Coffee Host    Hazel Perez
Opening Sentence Lord teach us to discern your hand in all your works, and to serve you with
reverence and thanksgiving.
♪ Processional Hymn
The Children’s Chat
                               529     God, My Hope on You Is Founded


                              THE GATHERING OF THE COMMUNITY

The Liturgy Begins                                     pg. 185
The Collect Almighty God, you have created the heavens and the earth, and ourselves in your
image. Teach us to discern your hand in all your works and to serve you with reverence and
thanksgiving; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.                             Amen

                              THE PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD

                                                                  Brent Levy
Jeremiah grieves over Judah (daughter of my people) whom he sees on the brink of disaster.
The First Reading                       Jeremiah 8.18 - 9.1

Psalm 79:1-9




                                                                   Tami Mackay
Although persecuted by kings and those in high places, Paul urges prayers for those in authority,
The Second Reading                               1Tim 2.1-7

knowing that God wills that all people be saved.
♪ The Gradual Hymn     467 vs. 1-4     Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I Go

In a rather strange parable, Jesus indicates that our handling of worldly things may not be unrelated
The Holy Gospel         Luke 16.1-13

to our handling of spiritual things.
♪ Hymn
Homily
                467 vs. 5


The Nicene Creed                                        pg. 188
The Prayers of the People            Intercessor Selwyn Newton
The Confession & Absolution                             pg. 191
The Peace                                               pg. 192
♪ The Offertory Hymn 374
                              THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST
                               Alleluia! Sing to Jesus



Eucharistic Prayer 3                                       pg. 198
Prayer over the Gifts


The Lord’s Prayer                                          pg. 211
The Breaking of the Bread 3                                pg. 212
♪ Lamb of God


Chalice Bearers     Ellen Corbin Rene Bignell
The Communion


♪ Communion Hymns 59 Jesus Calls Us Here to Meet Him

♪ Communion Anthem One Communion
        439 Blest Are the Pure in Heart
                                                Parker/Lantz



The Doxology & Blessing                                    pg. 214
Prayer after Communion


♪ Recessional Hymn 322
Dismissal                                                            pg. 215
                               All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

♪ Postlude

                        Go in peace to love and serve the Lord
 Please remember the following parish families in your prayers this week: James & Adrienne Mackay,
                                Rob & Tami Mackay, Joyce Maguire,
             Jim & Catherine Macnaughton-Twiss, Michael Maguire, Ed & Mary Mann




               Weekly services: Sunday 9:00 am & 10:30 am; Wednesday 10:15 am
Prayer Group - Friday, September 24th 10:00 am.
                                         Announcements


Back to Church Sunday and Fall Steam-up - September 26th invite your friends and neighbours!
Ministry, displays, lunch - Apple Pie contest! Please pick up an invitation card on your way out.
Outreach Meeting - Monday, September 27th 7:30 pm.
Social Justice Meeting - Wednesday, September 29th 7:30 pm.
Ladies’ Breakfast - Saturday, October 16th 9:00 am. All women are invited to share in a pot-luck
breakfast and hear a guest speaker.
Beyond our Backyards - Saturday, October 16th 8:30 am - 3:00 pm at Holy Trinity School, Richmond
Hill. Keynote speaker Ched Myers, Theologian, Author and Justice Advocate. See Outreach Board for
details.
Prayer Conference at St. John’s York Mills - October 22nd evening & October 23rd daytime. See
announcement on side bulletin board.
Pot Luck Card & Game Night - Saturday, October 23rd 5:30 pm. Free family event. Bring your favourite
dish to share, plates, cutlery and your favourite game to play with friends. Coffee and tea will be
provided. Entertainment for the kids.
Used Stamps - We are collecting these for the Canadian Bible Society. Please place the stamps in the
box at the back.
Is there a Young Artist in Our Church? - Archbishop Colin is holding an art contest for all young
Anglicans (13-19). Top 3 entries will be published in the Toronto Star December 22, 2010. Deadline for
artwork is November 1st. For further details visit: www.toronto.anglican.ca/christmasad
Holly Bazaar - Saturday, November 27th, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Never too early to prepare! Granny’s Attic
needs good Christmas items; we’ll need jewellery, preserves, crafts, antiques and much more! Start
spreading the news!!!




                              The Rev. Dr. John McNab, Honorary Assistant
                               The Rev. Millie Hope, Incumbent
                                 Ms. Elizabeth Lambert, Music Director
                  1203 St. Martin’s Drive, Pickering, Ontario L1W 1M9 905-839-4257
                  e-mail - mhope@rogers.com e-mail - stmartinsanglican@rogers.com
                    www.stmartinsanglican.ca Area www.trentdurhamanglicans.ca

				
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