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The Great AMEN: LEVAS 261 (sung by choir & congregation)

St. Asaph’s Episcopal Church The Lord’s Prayer.………….….………………………………….…......….BCP 364


Second Sunday after Pentecost: Proper 4 The Breaking of the Bread…………….……………..…………………….BCP 364
June 3, 2018 – 10:30 A.M. The Fraction Anthem……………………………………………….... Hymnal S154
Holy Eucharist Rite II The Communion of the People of God
Celebrant: The Rev. Charles Austin Joy (All baptized Christians, regardless of church affiliation, are invited to
receive communion. If you would prefer to receive a blessing simply
cross your arms over your chest.)
Be thoughtful, be silent, be reverent, for this is the House of God.
Leave it not without a prayer for yourself, for those who minister, and for those Communion Hymn 419 “Lord of all being, throned afar”
who worship here. 538 “God of mercy, God of grace”
Before the Service, speak to the Lord. (sung by choir and congregation)
During the Service, let the Lord speak to you. Post Communion Prayer (please stand as you are able)……………….….BCP 365
After the Service, speak to one another. Welcome and Announcements; Birthday and Anniversary Prayers
(The birthday and anniversary prayers are located on the inside cover of the BCP)
Prelude Hymn 567 “Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old”…………..…………....St. Matthew
Hymn 48 “O day of radiant gladness” …………..Es flog ein kleins Waldvogelein Dismissal and Response Thanks be to God. Alleluia, alleluia.
The Acclamation…………………………..…Book of Common Prayer (BCP) 355 Postlude
Priest: Blessed be God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
People: And blessed be his kingdom, now and for ever. Amen.
The Collect for Purity………………………………………………………..BCP 355 Ministers of the Service
Gloria in Excelsis…………….…..……………………………………..Hymnal S277 Lay Eucharistic Minister: Glenda Archer
(Hymn numbers prefixed with “S” are found at the beginning of the hymnal)
Lector: Kathy Hancock
The Collect for the Day (in unison)……………………………...………..……Insert
Acolyte/Server: Will Gravatt
The First Reading: 1 Samuel 3:1-10, [11-20]….…….…………..……….….Insert
Organist: Xiang Li
Psalm 139:1-5, 12-17……………………………………………………………Insert
Ushers: Stacy & Glen Wood
The Second Reading: 2 Corinthian 4:5-12………………………...………...Insert
Altar Guild: Sherry & Will Gravatt
Hymn 440 “Blessed Jesus, at thy word”………………………..……Liebster Jesu
Coffee Hour: Dawn Harris
The Gospel: Mark 2:23-3:6….…….……………………………………..……Insert
Sermon…………………………….………………..…………………...……Rev. Joy
The Nicene Creed…………………………………………………………...BCP 358
The Prayers of the People: Form III......................................................BCP 387
St. Asaph’s Episcopal Church
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Pray for the Diocese of Cork, Clayne, and
130 S. Main Street
Ross (Ireland)
PO Box 1178
In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: Pray for the Lutheran, Anglican, Roman
Bowling Green, VA 22427
Catholic and United Methodist dioceses, synods and conferences in Virginia
Priest-in-charge: The Rev. Charles Austin Joy
and their bishops. Pray for the congregation and clergy of Christ Church,
Website: stasaphs.org
Alexandria.
Parish Office: (804) 633-5660
Confession of Sin……………………………………………………………BCP 360
Home Ph: (804) 883-6429
The Absolution……………………………………………………………….BCP 360
Email: cajjoy1@aol.com
The Exchange of God’s Peace
Presentation of the Alms and Oblations of the People
Offertory
Presentation Hymn LEVAS 115 “Spirit of the Living God”
The Vestry
Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me. Joey Hancock-Senior Warden
Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me. Will Gravatt-Junior Warden
Melt me, mold me, Fill me, use me. Chip Campbell, Lynn Lenahan, Jean Young
Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me. Joyce Goforth-Register
The Great Thanksgiving: Eucharistic Prayer A………………………….BCP 361 Gary Gravatt-Treasurer
Sanctus………………………………………………………………….Hymnal S128
(After the Sanctus the congregation may stand or kneel)
St. Asaph’s Episcopal Church
Bowling Green, Virginia
Announcements

 A welcome to all visitors this morning. Please sign our guest register located
on the table in the vestibule. A Sunday school is provided downstairs for our
younger visitors and we invite all for a time of refreshment and fellowship
downstairs immediately after our morning service.

 Volunteers are needed to host coffee hour for the following Sundays: July 8,
15, 22 and August 19 & 26. If you are able to take one of these Sundays,
please see Sherry Gravatt.

 The Prayers of the People list has been refreshed. If you would like to add a
name to the new list, please let Joyce Goforth or Sherry Gravatt know.

 Reminder: On Sunday, June 10, Micheal Lenahan is lector, Jean Young is


LEM, and Dawn Harris has coffee hour.

The mission of St. Asaph’s Episcopal Church is to


be a nurturing community sharing the love of Christ
through worship, prayer, education and outreach.