Leaflet: St Barnabas on the Danforth, Toronto for Sunday 17 November 2013

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Leaflet: St Barnabas on the Danforth, Toronto for Sunday 17 November 2013

  1. 1. St. Barnabas 9:00 AM Said Eucharist on the Danforth Our 9:00 AM Said Eucharist begins on page 230 of the green Book of Alternative Services. Greetings and Collect for Purity The Summary of the Law The Kyrie The Gloria page 230 page 231 page 231 page 231 Collect of the Day: Almighty God, you sent your Son Jesus Christ to be the light of the world. Free us from all that darkens and ensnares us, and bring us to eternal light and joy; through the power of him who is alive and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. Readings (as printed below) Affirmation of Faith: The Nicene Creed page 234 Prayers of the People (as announced) Confession & Absolution page 238 The Exchange of the Peace Prayer over the Gifts: Holy God, in this eucharist we renew our baptismal covenant. Help us, through our offering this day, to renounce all things that draw us from your love. This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Pentecost 26 November 17, 2013 – 9 and 10:30 a.m. 361 Danforth Ave., Toronto M4K 1P1 416-463-1344 www.stbarnabas-toronto.com Eucharistic Prayer A The Lord’s Prayer The Breaking of the Bread The Communion page 241 Prayer after Communion The Blessing The Dismissal page 247 page 213
  2. 2. 10:30 AM Choral Eucharist Our 10:30 AM Sung Eucharist begins on page 230 of the green Book of Alternative Services. The hymns can be found in the blue Book of Common Praise. Organ: A Solemn Preamble – Stanley Vann (1910-2010) The Gathering of the Community Opening Hymn 565 “Guide me, O thou great Jehovah” (Cwm Rhondda) Service Music: Kyrie, Sanctus/Benedictus, Agnus Dei – Communion Service in D – Kenneth Leighton Gloria and Creed – John Merbecke Greetings and Collect for Purity p. 230 The Kyrie p. 231 The Gloria p. 231 Collect of the Day: Almighty God, you sent your Son Jesus Christ to be the light of the world. Free us from all that darkens and ensnares us, and bring us to eternal light and joy; through the power of him who is alive and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. The Proclamation of the Word A READING FROM THE BOOK OF ISAIAH Read by Rueben Russouw For I am about to create new heavens and a new earth; the former things shall not be remembered or come to mind. But be glad and rejoice forever in what I am creating; for I am about to create Jerusalem as a joy, and its people as a delight. I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and delight in my people; no more shall the sound of weeping be heard in it, or the cry of distress. No more shall there be in it an infant that lives but a few days, or an old person who does not live out a lifetime; for one who dies at a hundred years will be considered a youth, and one who falls short of a hundred will be considered accursed. They shall build houses and inhabit them; they shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit. They shall not build and another inhabit; they shall not plant and another eat; for like the days of a tree shall the days of my people be, and my chosen shall long enjoy the work of their hands. They shall not labour in vain, or bear children for calamity; for they shall be offspring blessed by the Lord—and their descendants as well. Before they call I will answer, while they are yet speaking I will hear. The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, the lion shall eat straw like the ox; but the serpent— its food shall be dust! They shall not hurt or destroy on all my holy mountain, says the Lord. ISAIAH 65:17–25 The word of the Lord. Thanks be to God. PSALM 98 (Please remain seated for the psalm.) Sing to the LORD a new song, * for he has done mar-ve-lous things. With his right hand and his holy arm * has he won for him-self the vic-to-ry. The LORD has made known his vic-to-ry; * his righteousness has he openly shown in the sight of the na-tions. He remembers his mercy and faithfulness to the house of Is-ra-el, * and all the ends of the earth have seen the vic-to-ry of our God. Shout with joy to the LORD all you lands; * lift up your voice re-joice and sing. Sing to the LORD with the harp, * with the harp and the voice of song. With trumpets and the sound of the horn * shout with joy be-fore the King the LORD.
  3. 3. Let the sea make a noise and all that is in it, * the lands and those who dwell there-in. Let the rivers clap their hands, * and let the hills ring out with joy before the LORD / when he comes to judge the earth. In righteousness shall he judge the world * and the peo-ples with e-qui-ty. Glory be to the Father and to the Son: and to the Ho-ly Spi-rit. As it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be: world with-out end A-men. A READING FROM THE SECOND LETTER OF PAUL TO THE THESSALONIANS Read by Esma Brathwaite Now we command you, beloved in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to keep away from believers who are living in idleness and not according to the tradition that they received from us. For you yourselves know how you ought to imitate us; we were not idle when we were with you, and we did not eat anyone’s bread without paying for it; but with toil and labour we worked night and day, so that we might not burden any of you. This was not because we do not have that right but in order to give you an example to imitate. For even when we were with you, we gave you this command: Anyone unwilling to work should not eat. For we hear that some of you are living in idleness, mere busybodies, not doing any work. Now such persons we command and exhort in the Lord Jesus Christ to do their work quietly and to earn their own living. 13Brothers and sisters, do not be weary in doing what is right. 2 THESSALONIANS 3:6–13 The word of the Lord. Thanks be to God. Choir: All: Cantor: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Stand up and raise your heads,* because your redemption is drawing near. All: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia Gospeller: The Lord be with you. All: And also with you. Gospeller: The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke. All: Glory be to thee, O Lord. When some were speaking about the temple, how it was adorned with beautiful stones and gifts dedicated to God, Jesus said, “As for these things that you see, the days will come when not one stone will be left upon another; all will be thrown down.” They asked him, “Teacher, when will this be, and what will be the sign that this is about to take place?” And he said, “Beware that you are not led astray; for many will come in my name and say, ‘I am he!’ and, ‘The time is near!’ Do not go after them. When you hear of wars and insurrections, do not be terrified; for these things must take place first, but the end will not follow immediately.” Then he said to them, “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; there will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and plagues; 11and there will be dreadful portents and great signs from heaven. But before all this occurs, they will arrest you and persecute you; they will hand you over to synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors because of my name. This will give you an opportunity to testify. So make up your minds not to prepare your defence in advance; for I will give you words and a wisdom that none of your opponents will be able to withstand or contradict. You will be betrayed even by parents and brothers, by relatives and friends; and they will put some of you to death. You will be hated by all because of my name. But not a hair of your head will perish. By your endurance you will gain your souls.” LUKE 21:5–19 Gospel Alleluia: Gospeller: All: The Gospel of Christ: Praise be to thee, O Christ.
  4. 4. Homily Fr Jonathan Eayrs Affirmation of Faith (Please stand as able.) The Nicene Creed p. 234 Prayers of the People led by Sue Ann Elite (Please kneel, as able, for the Prayers of the People) Prayer of Confession p. 239 Let us humbly confess our sins to almighty God, Almighty God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Maker of all things and judge of all people: We acknowledge and confess our manifold sins and wickedness, Which we from time to time most grievously have committed, By thought, word and deed, Against thy divine majesty. We do earnestly repent, and are heartily sorry for these our misdoings. Have mercy upon us, most merciful Father; For thy Son our Lord Jesus Christ’s sake, Forgive us all that is past; And grant that we may ever hereafter Serve and please thee In newness of life, To the honour and glory of thy name; Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Absolution The Peace (We stand and exchange the peace of Christ with our neighbours.) The Celebration of the Eucharist All who are baptized into Christ with water in the Name of the Holy Trinity are welcome to receive Holy Communion. If you will not be receiving, you are invited to come to the Communion rail for a blessing. Please indicate this by crossing your arms over your chest. Offertory Hymn 438 “O Jesus I have promised” (Wolvercote) (The gifts of bread and wine are presented and a collection is taken up.) Please be seated for the anthem. Anthem: We wait for thy loving kindness O Lord – Sir William McKie We wait for thy loving kindness, O God, in the midst of thy temple. Alleluya. Thy right hand is full of righteousness: Alleluya. O Lord, send us now prosperity. Amen. Prayer over the Gifts: Holy God, in this eucharist we renew our baptismal covenant. Help us, through our offering this day, to renounce all things that draw us from your love. This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Eucharistic Prayer A The Lord’s Prayer p. 241 p. 245 The Breaking of the Bread Celebrant: We break this bread, All: Communion in Christ’s body once broken Celebrant: Let your church be the wheat which bears its fruit in dying All: If we have died with him, we shall live with him; if we hold firm, we shall reign with him. Communion Hymn 493 “Blessed are the persecuted” (Tonga Melody) Prayer after Communion The Blessing p. 247 Announcements Closing Hymn 564 “Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us” (Mannheim) Dismissal: Deacon Grace Caldwell-Hill
  5. 5. Organ: Stately Sortie – Andrew Fletcher We welcome our new members, newcomers and visitors today. Refreshments are provided in the entrance area; please take a moment to enjoy them and share in fellowship. To help us know each other better and to provide ministry as needed, please fill out the envelope available in the pews and at the entrance to the church. Today we remember in our Prayers: Anglican Cycle of Prayer, The Council of the General Synod of the ACC Diocesan Cycle, St. Matthew, Oshawa Deanery Cycle, Regional Dean Parish Cycle, Our Leadership Ministry Team Outreach & Advocacy Cycle, Trinity, Barrie & Trinity, Bradford Music Notes: As Anglicans we have many different ways of expressing ourselves musically in our services. In the middle part of the last century, St. Barnabas’ enjoyed a choir that sang musical settings of the communion service and morning/evening prayer – music that precluded active congregational participation, but encouraged people to worship in a non-participatory way. In the past three years or so, we’ve ‘resurrected’ this tradition by having the choir sing choral settings of the eucharist two or three times a year – by no means meant to be a ‘concert’, but allowing an opportunity for music to speak for you. In the past we have done communion settings of the Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei by Mozart, Fauré, Viadana, Walter MacNutt and others; today the setting is by a 20th century English born composer named Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) who spent the major part of his career as music professor at the University of Edinburgh. The composer of the organ prelude this morning, Stanley Vann, was for many years the organist of England’s Peterborough Cathedral (from 1953 to 1977) which is located about 75 miles or so north of London, in Cambridgeshire. By all accounts he was a competent organist, and composed a great deal of music for the church, but it is Vann’s reputation as a choirmaster that stands out. Andrew Fletcher, born in 1950, is an English organist, conductor and composer. The Australian born musician Sir William McKie was, between 1941 and 1963, organist at Westminster Abbey. He had the musical responsibility for several royal occasions during that period, including both the marriage and coronation of Queen Elizabeth. For the former occasion he composed the anthem we’re singing this morning, “We wait for thy loving kindness”. On a personal note, Sir William retired to Ottawa, having married a Canadian, and where on a few occasions filled in for me when I was organist at St. Barnabas’ Church there in the early/mid 1970s. U U U LIFE AND MINISTRY OF OUR COMMUNITY Taizé this evening Come to this evening’s Taizé service and bring a friend; doors open at 6:30, service starts at 7:00 PM. Monday Night Bible study Monday night Bible study resumes in The Study on Monday, November 18th at 7:00 PM.
  6. 6. Fundraising Concert this Saturday Buy your tickets now (see Fr Jonathan) or at the door for the very special fundraising concert by The Bach Chamber Children’s Chorus (with proceeds going to our organrestoration project) on the evening of Saturday, November 23rd. Tickets $20. Doors open at 7:00 PM; concert runs from 7:30 to 9:30 PM. There will be as many as 150 children and young people performing here! Book Club this week The Book Club meets next on Wednesday, November 20th, at 10:30 AM in The Study. We will be reading Jean Vanier's Becoming Human, his 1998 Massey Lectures. An inspired and inspiring message. All welcome. December 1st Luncheon, following the 10:30AM service of Advent Lessons & Carols. On Advent Sunday, in addition to the special service of Lessons and Carols, we will be able to enjoy a special Luncheon with an international, multicultural flavour. As well as being an enjoyable fundraiser for the parish, this event is also a community-building activity. Please invite friends and family for seasonal music, readings and delectable food to follow. Tickets are available care of Lyn Inniss. Adults $20 and children 10 and under, $10. Advent Quiet Day - Saturday December 8th 10 AM – 1 PM Lunch included. Assisi: A Journey in Faith and Art, an opportunity to reflect on the art and spirituality of this exceptionally beautiful Christian pilgrimage site. Led by The Rev’d Catherine Sider-Hamilton, WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK Monday, November 18th 7:00 PM Bible Study In The Study Wednesday, November 20th 10:30 AM Book Club In The Study Thursday, November 21st 7:50 PM Choir Practice In the downstairs choir room WORSHIP SCHEDULE Thursday, November 21st 12 noon Holy Eucharist In the Chancel Sunday, November 26th Reign of Christ 9:00 AM Said Eucharist 10:30 AM Choral Eucharist 2:30 PM Nisbet Lodge Service Readings for this week: Jeremiah 23: 1-6 Canticle 19 (Luke 1: 68-79); Colossians 1: 11-20 Luke 23: 33-43
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