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Title:First Sunday in Lent

Bulletin Date: March 9, 2014 5:00 am


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First Sunday in Lent, Year A

Holy Eucharist, Rite I

Priest-in-Charge:  The Rev. Catherine D. Hicks

 (BCP—Book of Common Prayer, H-Hymnal 1982;  S Numbers are the service music found in the front of The Hymnal 1982; WLP-Wonder, Love and Praise)

LEVAS-Lift Every Voice and Sing II)

In the name of Christ, we welcome you to this Church.  May those who sorrow find comfort; the weary, rest; the unhappy, joy; the troubled, peace; the stranger, friends; and to all the sense of God’s Presence in this holy place.

The Ringing of the Bell

Prelude                              Jesu, Meine Freude                          J. S. Bach 

Processional Hymn             God of grace and God of glory               H 323

The Word of God

Opening Acclamation                                                                 BCP 299

Kyrie                                                                                              S 91

The Collect of the Day                                                                    Insert

First Reading                      Genesis 2:15-17; 3:1-7

Psalm                                Psalm 32                                          BCP 624

Second Reading                  Romans 5:12-19

Sequence Hymn                  Lord, who throughout these forty days   H 142

The Gospel                         Matthew 4:1-11

The Sermon                                                  The Rev. Catherine D. Hicks

The Nicene Creed                                                                      BCP 326

The Peace

Birthday and Anniversary Blessings                                 BCP 830 #51/431

Announcements

The Offertory                    Wilt Thou Forgive That Sin ?                  Choir    

The Holy Communion

 

Eucharistic Prayer 1                                                                   BCP 333

Sanctus        (S-114)                                                                 BCP 334

The Lord’s Prayer                                                                     BCP 336

The Breaking of the Bread                                                          BCP 337

Fraction Anthem                 O Lamb of God                                    S 158

The Prayer of Humble Access                                                     BCP 337

The Communion of the People of God                                         BCP 338

Communion Hymn             This is the hour                                     H 316

Post-Communion Prayer                                                             BCP 339

The Blessing

Recessional Hymn               On eagle’s wings                              WLP 810

Dismissal

Postlude                 Paraphrase "Geist und Lehr-reiches Kirchen und Haus Buch "J. S. Bach  

                                 



  

Announcements


Welcome to St. Peter’s!  Our hope is that you will find God’s love present with you in this place and that you will return here often.

Our communion bread is gluten free. 

 

 

Happy Birthday   Virginia Bowen (March 11), Phyllis Carpenter (March 13)

 

Our Lenten resource page is here – churchsp.org/lentatstpeters2014.  Includes the background of Lent, the Lenten calendar with readings, resources, Lenten events.

 

 

Online Lenten Course Continues – From March 5–12. You can still sign up for the free 45 min. online course “Making Sense of the Cross” taught by the Rev. Dr. David Lose, professor at Luther Seminary, St. Paul. http://churchsp.org/makingsenseofthecross.

 

Frog and Toad “ Lenten study—This Wednesday, March 12, 7pm in the Parish House.  In this week’s story Frog gives Toad some seeds so he can plant a garden, and we’ll be considering the Lenten theme of waiting and patience with Frog and Toad through scripture and in theology. 

 

Bishop Goff will be with us on next Sunday, March 16.   Bishop Goff will be meeting with parents, children and all other interested parishioners in the Parish House at 10AM. At the 11AM service, we will be celebrating the baptism of Michael Fox, son of Steven and Judy Fox, as well as the reception of Chris and Becky Fisher. We invite you to a celebratory luncheon  at the Parish house following this service.

 

Parish Retreat at Shrine Mont!  Mark your calendars for Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4.  We will be joining Christ Church for a weekend away—food, fun, fellowship, a great program for children and adults, and time to enjoy nature. More information will be available soon.



———————————–This Week ————————————–

·   Wed., March 10, 4:00pm    Vestry

·   Wed., March 12, 10am –  Ecumenical Bible Study

·   Wed., March 12, 4:30pm –  Youth Group

·   Wed., March 12, 7pm –  “Frog and Toad” Lenten Study, Week 1

 



St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

823 Water Street PO Box 399, Port Royal, VA  22535

Website:  www.churchsp.org Parish Office:  (804) 742-5908

The Vestry

Boyd Wisdom, Senior Warden – (804) 742-5224

Johnny Davis, Junior Warden – (804) 742-5654

Laura Carey, Cynthia Fields, Fred Pannell, Roger Key

Clarence Kunstmann, Treasurer & Elizabeth Heimbach Registrar

Brad Volland – Music Director & Organist

The Rev. Amy Turner, Children’s Ministry Coordinator

The Rev. Catherine D. Hicks, Priest- in- Charge

(540) 809-7489, (540) 898-1586, stpetersrev@gmail.com

Christ Centered, Biblically Based, Spirit Filled, Caring

Prayer List

                   

Crystal Pannell, Fred Pannell, Barbara Wisdom, Bill Wick, Myrtle Samuels, Genevieve Davis, Peggy Roberts, Toni Fabisy, Brad Volland, Boyd Wisdom, Vivian McDonald, John and Sylvia Sellars and we pray for the Gideons and the spreading of the Gospel. 

Kim Hulik (friend of the Heimbachs), Jeanne Betchy (mother of Joe Betchy), Jose Gutierrez, Donna Lippa(friend of Judy Fox), Marc Boivin(friend of Region One), Tracy Howes(granddaughter of the Muhlys),Jaki Gathercole and family (friends of the Fishers),  Brian Penneston(friend of the Wicks),  Nancy Davis(sister-in-law of Johnny Davis), Herb Saunders (friend of Helmut Linne von Berg), Kelly C., Bobby Hill and family,  Louise Gossett, Jason Davidson,  Kirby McClain, Betty Williams, Bobbye Canaday(friends of Catherine Hicks),Matthew Delbridge(father of Catherine Hicks) Rick and Linda Ferree and family, Nancy Hartwick (friend of Brad Volland), Gloria Jewell, Charles and Yvonne Johnson (friends of the Pannells and Laura Carey), Nina Brunell, Jeff, Carolyn & Elizabeth Nelson, Carole Morehead (friends of the Newmans), Carrie Griffith (mother of Marilyn Newman),  Butch and Carolyn Delhagen, Bob and Diane Creel(relatives of the  Newmans), Marjorie Gilliland (mother of John Gilliland), David Watson (uncle of Ruth TenHoven), Bernie and Doyle (friends of Ruth TenHoven), Russell Smith, Daniel Smith (brothers of Susan Linne von Berg),  Eudora Heath, Albert Barnett, Morris Samuels, Patricia Edwards (uncle , brother and sister of Andrea Pogue), Dorine Righman (sister of BJ Anderson), Brittany, Greg and Caroline Merkl (family of Jim and BJ Anderson)  and we remember today  Johh Faibisy’s mother, Marion Faibisy, who entered eternal life on March 8, 1994.

Serving in the Armed Forces

   Alexander Long V            Gordon Devine        Jeffrey Woodard

   David Locklerr                 Daniel Vanpike            Joseph George

Christopher R. DeHart      Steven Lee            Jonathan Wilkerson



First Sunday in Lent, 11am

March 9, 2014

 

 

 

 

Sandro Botticelli – "Temptations of Christ " (1480-82)

 

“After Jesus was baptized, he was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. He fasted forty days and forty nights, and afterwards he was famished…Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor; and he said to him, "All these I will give you, if you will fall down and worship me." Jesus said to him, "Away with you, Satan! for it is written,   ‘Worship the Lord your God, and serve only him.’" Then the devil left him, and suddenly angels came and waited on him. " Matthew 4:1-2;8-11

 


ST. Peter’s Episcopal Church

 

 

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