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St. Francis at the Point Anglican Church

St. Francis at the Point Anglican Church

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Published by Chris Riley
15th Sunday after Trinity
15th Sunday after Trinity

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Published by: Chris Riley on Sep 07, 2013
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September 9, 2013Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity
Celebrant: The Rev Chris PhillipsLay Reader Pete RostenLector: Jim PowellUshers: John and Sally Bridges Altar Guild: Kathy Rosten
Please remember in prayer 
the sick and homebound of the parish and all whoare in need or who are alone. In particular, your prayers are requested for 
Chris, Carl, Sonya, Jack, Adelbert, Pat, Kimberly, Yolanda,Morgan, Clayton, Sawyer,
(6 years old),
and family,
armed forces
serving at home and abroad. Also, please pray for the
Search Committee
and for St. Francis’ new rector!
 Please let us know if you would like to add someone, remove a name, or requestcontinued prayer.
AWG meeting:
the AWG met on Saturday September 7
at 9:00am Theycontinue to preparing for the Fall Festival which is only two months away.
The Vestry
will meet on Tuesday September 10
at 2:00 in the parish hall.
Search Committee:
. They continue to prepare for the visit of The Rev Mr Gary R Blaylock, on Sunday October 6
.He will conduct Holy Communion andgive the Sermon. This is a very important time for our church. St Francis musttake this opportunity to meet Mr. Blaylock and his wife Leona, so you can spendsome time with them and get to know them. We will have a brunch in their honor, let Barbara or Maureen if you would like to bring a dish..The
collection items for 
Prodisee Pantry
are peanut butter and jelly inplastic jars. There is a receptacle and information in the parish hall. Call
at 205-914-4036 for more information.
Welcome visitors
! We would love for you to sign the visitors’ book with contact
information. It is located in the
just inside the front door.
Hearing devices
are available in the Narthex. Rest rooms are located in theParish Hall building.On Saturday August 31
 Alicia Kae Paul and Thor O”Ryan Manskow were joined in Holy Matrimony at St Francis church. We ask God’s blessing on them
as they journey into married life together..Please join us for coffee and goodies in the parish hall after the service.
Morning Prayer 
10:00 AM
Prayer Book
Musical Prelude
Processional Hymn "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus
 Opening Sentences p. 5Confession of Sin p. 6
The Lord’s Prayer 
p. 7Versicles
“O Lord, open our lips…”
p. 7
(sung in unison) 
p. 9Psalm 103 p. 466The First Lesson: Deuteronomy 7:6-13 (ESV)#623
Benedictus, es Domine (sung in unison) 
p. 11The Second Lesson: Galatians 2:15-20 (ESV)#645
Jubilate Deo (sung in unison) 
p. 15The Apostles Creed
p. 15
Versicles and Responses p. 16
Collect for the 15
Sunday after Trinity p. 210The Collect for Peace p. 17The Collect for Grace p. 17Prayers p. 18
A General Thanksgiving
p. 19 A Prayer of St Chrysostom p. 20The Grace p. 20Greetings and Announcements
Sermon Hymn
Rise Up, O Men of God 
The Sermon
: The Rev Chris Phillips
Offertory Sentences
p. 72
The Offertory Hymn
“Te Deum laudamus” part 2
The Offerings of the People
#139 Doxology
ld 100
 #141 v4 America
“Pur Fathers God to Thee”
Prayers for the Church p. 37
Prayer for the Election of a Rector (unison)
(back of bulletin)
#551 Recessional Hymn
A Mighty Fortress is Our God
Closing Prayer 
In Anglican worship it is customary to
for praise
for prayer, and
for instruction.

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