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HOLY TRINITY KEW Anglican Church of Australia

5TH SUNDAY  AFTER  THE  EPIPHANY     FEBRUARY  9,  2014    

Holy Communion     10am  Crèche  Area:  is  in  the  transept   near  the  pulpit.  Parents  and   children  are  welcome  to  enter   by  the  church  aisle  or  by  the   side  door.  

Welcome to  HOLY  TRINITY,  where   services  have  been  held,  in  this  church,   ,   since  1863.  We  pray  that  you  will  feel  the  presence  of  God  and  know  his   blessings  in  your  life   YOU  ARE  INVITED  TO  MORNING  TEA  AFTER  TODAY’S  SERVICE.    

SERVICES AT  HOLY  TRINITY     WEDNESDAY  11.00am  –  Holy  Communion   SATURDAY  6.00pm  –  Holy  Communion   SUNDAY  8.00am  &  10.00am  –  Holy  Communion   Family  ministry:    Sunday  10.00am  in  hall  (in  church  on  1st  Sunday)   Healing  Service:  11.30am,  4th  Sunday         At  Trinity  Grammar  School  Chapel:   Sunday  週 日中英文10.30am  –  English  Service      


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Hymn: TiS  275     1. Hail  to  the  Lord’s  anointed,     great  David’s  greater  Son;     hail,  in  the  time  appointed,     his  reign  on  earth  begun!     He  comes  to  break  oppression,     to  let  the  captive  free,     and  take  away  transgression,     and  rule  in  equity.    

4. Kings shall  fall  down  before  him,     and  gold  and  incense  bring;     all  nations  shall  adore  him,     his  praise  all  people  sing;     to  him  shall  prayer  unceasing     and  daily  vows  ascend;     his  kingdom  still  increasing,     a  kingdom  without  end.    

2. He comes  with  help  and  mercy     to  those  who  suffer  wrong,     to  raise  the  poor  and  needy,     and  bid  the  weak  be  strong,     to  give  them  songs  for  sighing,     their  darkness  turn  to  light,     whose  souls  condemned  and  dying     were  precious  in  his  sight.    

5. O’er every  foe  victorious,     he  on  his  throne  shall  rest,     from  age  to  age  more  glorious,     all  blessing  and  all-­‐blest.     The  tide  of  time  shall  never     his  covenant  remove;     his  name  shall  stand  for  ever,     that  name  to  us  is  love.    

3. He  shall  come  down  like  showers     upon  the  fruitful  earth,     and  love,  joy,  hope,  like  flowers,     spring  in  his  path  to  birth;     before  him  on  the  mountains     shall  peace  the  herald  go,     and  righteousness  in  fountains     from  hill  to  valley  flow.    

     Greeting:                

James Montgomery   1771–1854  alt.  

The Lord  be  with  you.   AND  ALSO  WITH  YOU.                                            (see  Ruth  2:4)  

   

Sentence: Let  your  light  shine  before  others,  so  that  they  may  see  your   good  works  and  give  glory  to  your  Father  in  heaven.  Matthew  5.16     3


Prayer of  Preparation:        As  we  gather  as  God's  people  let  us  pray  together:     Almighty  God,  to  whom  all  hearts  are  open,     all  desires  known,  and  from  whom  no  secrets  are  hidden:     cleanse  the  thoughts  of  our  hearts       by  the  inspiration  of  your  Holy  Spirit,               that  we  may  perfectly  love  you,     and  worthily  magnify  your  holy  name,       through  Christ  our  Lord.        Amen.         The  Summary  of  the  Commandments:       ‘Hear,  O  Israel,  the  Lord  our  God,  the  Lord  is  one;  you  shall  love  the  Lord   your  God  with  all  your  heart,  and  with  all  your  soul,  and  with  all  your  mind,   and   with   all   your   strength.’   Jesus   said:   ‘This   is   the   great   and   first   commandment.   And   a   second   is   like   it:   you   shall   love   your   neighbour   as   yourself.’     Kyrie  eleison  (Dudman  Setting)                                   4


The Confession       Let  us  confess  our  sins  in  penitence  and  faith,  confident  in  God's     forgiveness.       Merciful  God,  our  maker  and  our  judge,     we  have  sinned  against  you  in  thought,  word,  and  deed,   and  in  what  we  have  failed  to  do:   we  have  not  loved  you  with  our  whole  heart;   we  have  not  loved  our  neighbours  as  ourselves;   we  repent,  and  are  sorry  for  all  our  sins.   Father,  forgive  us.  Strengthen  us  to  love  and  obey  you   in  newness  of  life;  through  Jesus  Christ  our  Lord.    Amen.                     The  Absolution   (Celebrant)   Almighty  God,  who  has  promised  forgiveness  to  all  who  turn  to   him  in  faith:  pardon  you  and  set  you  free  from  all  your  sins,   strengthen  you  in  all  goodness  and  keep  you  in  eternal  life,   through  Jesus  Christ  our  Lord.        Amen.        

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Gloria      

[Dudman]    

   

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Prayer of  the  Day   Faithful  God,   you  have  appointed  us  your  witnesses,   to  be  a  light  that  shines  in  the  world:   let  us  not  hide  the  bright  hope  you  have  given  us,   but  tell  everyone  your  love,   revealed  in  Jesus  Christ  the  Lord,   who  lives  and  reigns  with  you  in  the  unity  of  the  Holy  Spirit,   one  God,  for  ever  and  ever.  Amen.    

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THE MINISTRY  OF  THE  WORD       Readings  from  'New  Revised  Standard  Version'  (NRSV)     First  Reading:    Isaiah  58.1-­‐9a   1  Shout  out,  do  not  hold  back!  Lift  up  your  voice  like  a  trumpet!  Announce  to   my  people  their  rebellion,  to  the  house  of  Jacob  their  sins.     2  Yet  day  after  day  they  seek  me  and  delight  to  know  my  ways,  as  if  they  were  a   nation  that  practised  righteousness  and  did  not  forsake  the  ordinance  of  their   God;  they  ask  of  me  righteous  judgements,  they  delight  to  draw  near  to  God.     3  ‘Why  do  we  fast,  but  you  do  not  see?  Why  humble  ourselves,  but  you  do  not   notice?’  Look,  you  serve  your  own  interest  on  your  fast-­‐day,  and  oppress  all   your  workers.  4  Look,  you  fast  only  to  quarrel  and  to  fight  and  to  strike  with  a   wicked  fist.Such  fasting  as  you  do  today  will  not  make  your  voice  heard  on   high.  5  Is  such  the  fast  that  I  choose,  a  day  to  humble  oneself?  Is  it  to  bow  down   the  head  like  a  bulrush,  and  to  lie  in  sackcloth  and  ashes?  Will  you  call  this  a   fast,  a  day  acceptable  to  the  Lord?     6  Is  not  this  the  fast  that  I  choose:  to  loose  the  bonds  of  injustice,  to  undo  the   thongs  of  the  yoke,  to  let  the  oppressed  go  free,  and  to  break  every  yoke?     7  Is  it  not  to  share  your  bread  with  the  hungry,  and  bring  the  homeless  poor   into  your  house;  when  you  see  the  naked,  to  cover  them,  and  not  to  hide   yourself  from  your  own  kin?     8  Then  your  light  shall  break  forth  like  the  dawn,  and  your  healing  shall  spring   up  quickly;  your  vindicator  shall  go  before  you,  the  glory  of  the  Lord  shall  be   your  rearguard.  9  Then  you  shall  call,  and  the  Lord  will  answer;  you  shall  cry  for   help,  and  he  will  say,  Here  I  am.  If  you  remove  the  yoke  from  among  you,  the   pointing  of  the  finger,  the  speaking  of  evil   Response:    Hear  the  word  of  the  Lord,                 THANKS  BE  TO  GOD  

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Psalm 112     1  O  praise  the  Lord.  Blessed  are  they  fear  the  Lord:   and  greatly  delight  in  his  commandments.   2  Their  children  shall  be  mighty  in  the  land:   an  upright  race  who  will  be  blessed.   3  Riches  and  plenty  shall  be  in  their  house:   and  their  righteousness  shall  stand  for  ever.   4  Light  arises  in  darkness  for  the  upright:   gracious  and  merciful  are  the  righteous.   5  It  goes  well  with  those  who  act  generously  and  lend:   who  guide  their  affairs  with  justice.   6  Surely  they  shall  never  be  moved:   the  righteous  shall  be  held  in  everlasting  remembrance.   7  They  will  not  fear  bad  tidings:   their  hearts  are  steadfast,  trusting  in  the  Lord.   8  Their  hearts  are  confident  and  will  not  fear:   they  will  see  the  downfall  of  their  enemies.   9  They  give  freely  to  the  poor:   their  righteousness  stands  for  ever,  their  head  is  uplifted  in  glory.   10  The  wicked  shall  see  it  and  be  angry:   they  shall  gnash  their  teeth  and  consume  away;  and  the  hope  of  the   wicked  shall  fail.          

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Second Reading:  1  Corinthians  2.1-­‐13     1  When  I  came  to  you,  brothers  and  sisters,  I  did  not  come  proclaiming  the   mystery  of  God  to  you  in  lofty  words  or  wisdom.     2  For  I  decided  to  know  nothing  among  you  except  Jesus  Christ,  and  him   crucified.     3  And  I  came  to  you  in  weakness  and  in  fear  and  in  much  trembling.     4  My  speech  and  my  proclamation  were  not  with  plausible  words  of  wisdom,   but  with  a  demonstration  of  the  Spirit  and  of  power,     5  so  that  your  faith  might  rest  not  on  human  wisdom  but  on  the  power  of  God.     6  Yet  among  the  mature  we  do  speak  wisdom,  though  it  is  not  a  wisdom  of  this   age  or  of  the  rulers  of  this  age,  who  are  doomed  to  perish.     7  But  we  speak  God’s  wisdom,  secret  and  hidden,  which  God  decreed  before   the  ages  for  our  glory.     8  None  of  the  rulers  of  this  age  understood  this;  for  if  they  had,  they  would  not   have  crucified  the  Lord  of  glory.     9  But,  as  it  is  written,  ‘What  no  eye  has  seen,  nor  ear  heard,  nor  the  human   heart  conceived,  what  God  has  prepared  for  those  who  love  him’—     10  these  things  God  has  revealed  to  us  through  the  Spirit;  for  the  Spirit  searches   everything,  even  the  depths  of  God.     11  For  what  human  being  knows  what  is  truly  human  except  the  human  spirit   that  is  within?  So  also  no  one  comprehends  what  is  truly  God’s  except  the   Spirit  of  God.     12  Now  we  have  received  not  the  spirit  of  the  world,  but  the  Spirit  that  is  from   God,  so  that  we  may  understand  the  gifts  bestowed  on  us  by  God.     13  And  we  speak  of  these  things  in  words  not  taught  by  human  wisdom  but   taught  by  the  Spirit,  interpreting  spiritual  things  to  those  who  are  spiritual.     Response:    Hear  the  word  of  the  Lord,                 THANKS  BE  TO  GOD                   10


Gradual Hymn:  TiS  619     1. Have  faith  in  God,  my  heart,     trust  and  be  unafraid;     God  will  fulfil  in  every  part     each  promise  he  has  made.     2. Have  faith  in  God,  my  mind,     though  oft  your  light  burns  low;     God’s  mercy  holds  a  wiser  plan     than  you  can  fully  know.     3. Have  faith  in  God,  my  soul,     his  cross  for  ever  stands;     and  neither  life  nor  death  can  pluck     his  children  from  his  hands.     4. Lord  Jesus,  make  me  whole;     grant  me  no  resting  place     until  I  rest,  heart,  mind  and  soul,     the  captive  of  your  grace.     Bryn  Austin  Rees   1911–83  alt.   Words  ©  Mrs  Olwen  Scott  

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We stand  for  the  reading  of  the  Holy  Gospel  as  a  sign  of  respect  as  we  greet  our   Lord  who  is  present  in  His  Holy  Word.   The  Lord  be  with  you             AND  ALSO  WITH  YOU   The  gospel  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  according  to  Saint  Matthew  chapter  5   beginning  at  the  13th  verse.         GLORY  TO  YOU,  LORD  JESUS  CHRIST.     13  ‘You  are  the  salt  of  the  earth;  but  if  salt  has  lost  its  taste,  how  can  its   saltiness  be  restored?  It  is  no  longer  good  for  anything,  but  is  thrown  out  and   trampled  under  foot.  14  ‘You  are  the  light  of  the  world.  A  city  built  on  a  hill   cannot  be  hidden.  15  No  one  after  lighting  a  lamp  puts  it  under  the  bushel   basket,  but  on  the  lampstand,  and  it  gives  light  to  all  in  the  house.  16  In  the   same  way,  let  your  light  shine  before  others,  so  that  they  may  see  your  good   works  and  give  glory  to  your  Father  in  heaven.  17  ‘Do  not  think  that  I  have  come   to  abolish  the  law  or  the  prophets;  I  have  come  not  to  abolish  but  to   fulfil.  18  For  truly  I  tell  you,  until  heaven  and  earth  pass  away,  not  one  letter,   not  one  stroke  of  a  letter,  will  pass  from  the  law  until  all  is   accomplished.  19  Therefore,  whoever  breaks  one  of  the  least  of  these   commandments,  and  teaches  others  to  do  the  same,  will  be  called  least  in  the   kingdom  of  heaven;  but  whoever  does  them  and  teaches  them  will  be  called   great  in  the  kingdom  of  heaven.  20  For  I  tell  you,  unless  your  righteousness   exceeds  that  of  the  scribes  and  Pharisees,  you  will  never  enter  the  kingdom  of   heaven.     Gospel  Response:  This  is  the  gospel  of  the  Lord,                 PRAISE  TO  YOU,  LORD  JESUS  CHRIST.      

ALLELUIA Sung  by   ALL           • SERMON   -­‐            (copy  of  sermon  available  at  back  of  church)     12


The Nicene  Creed   Let  us  together  affirm  the  faith  of  the  Church.   We  believe  in  one  God,        the  Father,  the  almighty,      maker  of  heaven  and  earth,      of  all  that  is,  seen  and  unseen.    We  believe  in  one  Lord,  Jesus  Christ,      the  only  Son  of  God,    eternally  begotten  of  the  Father,      God  from  God,  Light  from  Light,      true  God  from  true  God,        begotten,  not  made,  of  one  Being  with  the  Father;      through  him  all  things  were  made.    For  us  and  for  our  salvation  he  came  down  from  heaven,      was  incarnate  of  the  Holy  Spirit  and  the  virgin  Mary      and  became  truly  human.    For  our  sake  he  was  crucified  under  Pontius  Pilate;      he  suffered  death  and  was  buried.    On  the  third  day  he  rose  again      in  accordance  with  the  Scriptures;      he  ascended  into  heaven      and  is  seated  at  the  right  hand  of  the  Father.    He  will  come  again  in  glory  to  judge        the  living  and  the  dead,        and  his  kingdom  will  have  no  end.    We  believe  in  the  Holy  Spirit,        the  Lord,  the  giver  of  life,      who  proceeds  from  the  Father  and  the  Son,      who  with  the  Father  and  the  Son        is  worshipped  and  glorified,      who  has  spoken  through  the  prophets.    We  believe  in  one  holy  catholic  and  apostolic  Church.    We  acknowledge  one  baptism  for  the  forgiveness  of  sins.    We  look  for  the  resurrection  of  the  dead,      and  the  life  of  the  world  to  come.      Amen.  

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THE PRAYERS  OF  THE  PEOPLE     Let  us  pray  for  all  people  and  for  the  Church  throughout  the  world.   Each  petition  of  intercession  or  thanksgiving  concludes  with,   Lord  in  your  mercy,      HEAR  OUR  PRAYER.     We  pray  for:  We  pray  for  all  who  work  for  peace  and  justice.       We  pray  for  The  Anglican  Church  of  Canada;  The  Diocese  of  Brisbane;  The   Peninsula  School;  All  Saints,  Rosebud  w.  St  Katherine's,  McCrae;  Parish  of  the  Holy   Name  Vermont  South.  We  pray  for  our  ministry  team:  Graham,  Jessica,  Norman,   Helen,  Leonie,  Ros  &  Pam  -­‐  and  for  all  who  serve  within  the  parish.  We  pray  for  all   who  are  working  on  the  building  project  and  for  its  successful  completion;  and   our  Bishops  Philip  and  Barbara.     We  pray  for  those  called  to  find  a  new  Incumbent  for  this  place.   Bountiful  God,  give  to  this  parish  a  faithful  pastor  who  will  faithfully  speak  your   word  and  minister  your  sacraments;  an  encourager  who  will  equip  your  people   for  ministry  and  enable  us  to  fulfil  our  calling.   Give  to  those  who  will  choose,  wisdom,  discernment  and  patience,  and  to  us  give   warm  and  generous  hearts,  for  Jesus  Christ's  sake.  Amen.     We  pray  for  those  in  need,  and  for  those  who  care  for  them:  Clarence  M,  Jeff  B,   Joy  W,  Nancy  S,    Philip  H,  Babe  I,  Jean  S,  Margaret  Y,  Brenda,  Jean  I,  Beatrice  S,   Judy  S,  Miriam  A,  Mia  C,  Jan  T,  Peter  Hs  and  those  we  remember  in  our  own   hearts  and  prayers.       We  pray  for  the  members  of  Holy  Trinity  not  able  to  worship  with  us,  Renee   Armstrong,  Wilma  M,  Margaret  D,  Ronald  D,  Hilary,  Joyce  L,  Elisabeth  D,  and  all   who  care  for  them.     We  remember  before  God  with  thanksgiving  the  lives  of  Anne  Gumley  (2008),   and   Marjorie   Barratt   (1975)   as   we   come   to   the   anniversary   of   their   entry   into   your  nearer  presence.     Almighty  God,  you  have  promised  to  hear  our  prayers.   Grant  that  what  we  have  asked  in  faith   We  may  by  your  grace  receive,   Through  Jesus  Christ  our  Lord.    Amen.   14


THE GREETING  OF  PEACE            (all  stand)    

{Celebrant}       We  are  the  body  of  Christ.          His  Spirit  is  with  us.   The  peace  of  the  Lord  be  always  with  you.          And  also  with  you.       Offertory  Hymn:  TiS  246     1. Christ  is  the  world’s  light,  he  and  none  other;     born  in  our  darkness,  he  became  our  brother.     If  we  have  seen  him,  we  have  seen  the  Father:                    Glory  to  God  on  high.   2. Christ  is  the  world’s  peace,  he  and  none  other;     no  one  can  serve  him  and  despise  his  brother.     Who  else  unites  us,  one  in  God  the  Father?                    Glory  to  God  on  high.   3. Christ  is  the  world’s  life,  he  and  none  other;     sold  once  for  silver,  murdered  here,  our  brother  —     he,  who  redeems  us,  reigns  with  God  the  Father:                    Glory  to  God  on  high.   4. Give  God  the  glory,  God  and  none  other;     give  God  the  glory,  Spirit,  Son  and  Father;     give  God  the  glory,  God  in  man  my  brother:                    Glory  to  God  on  high.   Frederick  Pratt  Green  1903–2000   Words  by  permission  Stainer  &  Bell,  London   Arrangement  from  the  English  Hymnal  by  permission  Oxford  University  Press  

  Offertory  Prayer:                Blessed  are  you,  Lord,  God  of  all  creation.      Through   your  goodness  we  have  these  gifts  to  share.  Accept  and  use  our  offerings   for  your  glory  and  for  the  service  of  your  kingdom.       BLESSED  BE  GOD  FOR  EVER.  

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THE PRAYER  OF  THANKSGIVING   Priest:   People:   Priest:   People:   Priest:   People:     Priest:                                            

The Lord  be  with  you.   And  also  with  you.   Lift  up  your  hearts:   We  lift  them  to  the  Lord.   Let  us  give  thanks  to  the  Lord  our  God.   It  is  right  to  give  him  thanks  and  praise...   ...  Forever  praising  you  and  singing:    

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Priest: ….  do  this  as  often  as  you  drink  it  in  remembrance  of  me                     Priest:      in  songs  of  never  ending  praise:                                   Our  Father  in  heaven,                    hallowed  be  your  name,     your  kingdom  come,     your  will  be  done,     on  earth  as  in  heaven.     Give  us  today  our  daily  bread.     Forgive  us  our  sins     as  we  forgive  those  who  sin  against  us.     Save  us  from  the  time  of  trial     and  deliver  us  from  evil.     For  the  kingdom,  the  power,       and  the  glory  are  yours     now  and  for  ever.      Amen.    

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THE BREAKING  OF  THE  BREAD  AND  THE  COMMUNION     {Celebrant}                

We break  this  bread  to  share  in  the  body  of  Christ.     We  who  are  many  are  one  body,     For  we  all  share  in  the  one  bread.  

The Choir  sings  the  Agnus  Dei              

Come let  us  take  this  holy  sacrament  of  the  body  and  blood  of  Christ  in   remembrance  that  he  died  for  us,  and  feed  on  him  in  our  hearts  by  faith   with  thanksgiving.         Baptised  Christians  who  receive  communion  in  their  own  church   are  invited  to  share  communion  with  us.  

Communion wine  may  be  received:   (a)  from  the  common  cup  from  (drink  or  intinction)   (b)  from  an  individual  glass  on  request  from  the  first  Eucharistic  Assistant.     Or  you  may  choose  to  receive  the  wafer  only  (Communion  in  one  kind).  

The  Choir  Sings:  “Here,  O  My  Lord”,  Viner.         THE  SENDING  OUT  OF  GOD'S  PEOPLE     Post-­‐Communion  Prayer     Prayer  of  self-­‐offering     Father,  we  offer  ourselves  to  you     as  a  living  sacrifice     through  Jesus  Christ  our  Lord.     Send  us  out  in  the  power  of  your  Spirit     to  live  and  work  to  your  praise  and  glory.  AMEN     18


Final Hymn:  TiS  622   1. Holy  Father,  God  of  might,     throned  amid  the  hosts  of  light,     take  our  life,  our  strength,  our  love,     King  of  earth  and  heaven  above.     2. Hear  the  songs  your  people  raise,     songs  of  joyful  thanks  and  praise,     calling  all  created  things     to  adore  you,  King  of  kings.     3. Christ,  be  with  us  as  we  go,     let  this  blind  world  see  and  know,     burning  in  our  lives,  the  sight     of  its  only  saving  light.     4. So  will  all  exalt  your  name,     and  your  kingship  all  proclaim,     heaven  and  earth  in  unity     praise  the  blessèd  Trinity.     Richard  Connolly   1927–  alt.   Words  and  music  ©  R.  Connolly  

Blessing         Dismissal         Go  in  peace  to  love  and  serve  the  Lord:     IN  THE  NAME  OF  CHRIST.    AMEN       ORGAN  POSTLUDE  

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'Copyright  ©  1995,  The  Anglican  Church  of   Australia  Trust  Corporation.  From  the  text  of  A   Prayer  Book  for  Australia,  published  under  the   imprint  of  Broughton  Books.  Reproduced  with   permission.   -­‐  Recorded  music  played  under  PPCA  licence   339096   Hymns  copied  under  one  of  the  following   licences:   -­‐  'Copyright  ©  1999,  The  Australian  Hymn  Book   Company.   From  the  text  of  Together  in  Song.  Reproduced   with  permission.   -­‐  Church  Copyright  Licence  #325734   -­‐  Copyright  Agency  Limited  licence  2907


Readings for  10am  Sunday,  February  16,  2014     1st  Reading   Deuteronomy  10.12-­‐22   Psalm   119.1-­‐8   2nd  Reading   1  Corinthians  3.1-­‐9   Gospel   Matthew  5.21-­‐37       GENERAL  NOTICES           Anniversary:  Clarence  &  Lakshmi  Muttiah  (tomorrow)     Birthdays:  Peter  Harkness,  Alan  Eddy,  (Wednesday),  Beth  Foley  (Thursday)   Monika  Bimba  (Saturday)     Locum:  The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds  has  been  appointed  locum  until  further   notice  for  Sunday  and  1  other  day  per  week.  He  can  be  contacted  on:  0407  107   165,  email:  graham_reynolds2@bigpond.com   For  business  matters  contact  Barbara  Thomson  (9817  7184,   thomsonbn@hotmail.com);  for  pastoral  care  contact  Pam  Hughes  (9855  8279;   phug@bigpond.net.au     TRADING  TABLE:  Thank  you  to  everybody  who  contributed  to  last  week’s   trading  table,  which  raised  $356.00     TRINITY  TIMES  -­‐  The  closing  date  for  the  Lent/Easter  edition  of  Trinity  Times  is   Thursday  20th  February.  Please  let  Irene  have  your  items,  photos  etc.  by  then   at:  ireneshorthouse@iprimus.com.au  or  phone  9882  1692,  or  leave  at  Parish   Office.     Tax  Deductible  Donations  to  Holy  Trinity  can  be  made  for  the  'Building  Appeal'   through  the  National  Trust,  OR  for  'Family  Ministry'  through  the  Anglican   Foundation.  Forms  are  available  at  the  back  of  church.             20


“When 2  or  3  are  gathered  …….”  -­‐  Home  Group  Meetings     Please  note  the  following:     A   The  next  Sunday  Home  Group  will  NOT  be  held  on  9  February  2014  as   previously  indicated  in  the  pew  sheet.  The  next  Sunday  Home  Group  will  be   held  on  Sunday  16  February  between  2:00  to  4:00  pm  at  54  Swinburne  Avenue   Hawthorn  Vic  3122.  (including  afternoon  tea)   Discussion  Topic  :  Violence  in  the  Community  ‘  Is  it  part  of  modern  life?     B   The  next  Saturday  Home  Group  is  to  be  held  on  Saturday  1st  March  2014   between  11:00  am  and  1:30  pm  at  54  Swinburne  Avenue  Hawthorn  3122.   (including  a  light  lunch)     Discussion  Topic:  Holy  Trinity  Kew:  Moving  into  the  future.       C   Further  specialist  short  term  Home  Groups   It  is  proposed  to  establish  some  specialist  short  term  Home  Groups.      If  you  wish  to  join  in  a  discussions  in  relation  to  asylum  seekers  please  indicate   your  interest  by  placing  your  name,  preferred  time  availability  and  contact   details  on  the  list  at  the  back  of  the  church.   A  Readers  Home  Group  has  been  proposed.    If  you  are  interested  in  an  informal   Readers  Home  Group  please  indicate  by  placing  your  name,  preferred  time   availability  and  contact  details  on  the  lists  at  the  back  of  the  church.       “  When  2  or  3  are  gathered  “  is  the  Home  Group  ministry  designed  to  provide   opportunities  for  informal  discussion  about  issues  of  social  justice  or  current   affairs  in  the  context  of  a  community  of  faith.    For  further  information  please  contact  Leonie  Bird  for  further  details.  9818   6040.    Mobile  0409  860  026.  

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ROSTERS Roster  Duty   This  Week  9/2/2014     6pm  Sat  

Next Week  16/2/2014    

Celebrant ALM   8am  Sun   Welcomer   Reader   Intercessor   Euch  Assist   Server   ALM   Celebrant   Preacher   Breakfast  

The Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds       Charles  &  Jan    Harkin   David  Harkin   BCP   Leonie  Bird   Dinesh  Warnakulasuriya     The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Diana  Cerini  and     Joan  West     Tim  &  Rosemary  Sewell  

10am Sun   Welcomer   Reader   Intercessor   Euch  Assist   Server   ALM   Celebrant     Preacher   Transport   Morning   Tea   Counters  

The Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Leonie  Bird     Robert  &  Marilyn  Frood         Irene  Shorthouse   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Carol  Fraser   Barbara  Thomson   Leonie  Bird   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Rick  Nicholson  and   Yvonne  Stannard     Vivienne  and  Peter   Harkness   Pam  Hughes      

Elaine Hutchinson  &   Madeleine  Jenkins   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Joan  Brooking   Joan  Brooking     Pam  Hughes  &   Jane  Sullivan,   Don  Watkinson   Don  &  Joy  Watkinson   Joy  Watkinson   Pam  Hughes   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds   Dorothy  Hadwen   Elizabeth  Cook   Nip  Thomson,  Sumitra   Babe  Isaacs  &  Beth  Bailey   Wickramasinghe   Irene  Shorthouse&   Charles  &  Jan  Harkin   Barbara  Thomson  

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FEB DAY   TIME   9   Sun   1pm  

EVENT Baptism  

Parish Diary            

    Holy  Trinity  Church  Directory   www.holytrinitykew.org.au   PO  Box  37,  Kew  3101       251  High  St  (cnr  Pakington  St),  Kew  3101   Ph:  (03)  9853  7158       Email:  office@holytrinitykew.org.au    

Ministry Team  and  Church  Officers:   Locum:  The  Rev’d  Graham  Reynolds,  0407  107  165,  email:  graham_reynolds2@bigpond.com   Assistant  Priest:  The  Rev.  Jessica  Cheung    0403  380  837  revjcheung@yahoo.com   Family  Minister:  Ros  St  Flour,  0411  349938  htkfamilyministry@yahoo.com.au   Parish  Chaplain:  Pam  Hughes,  9855  8279  Small  Group  Co-­‐ordinator:  Leonie  Bird   Honorary  Associate  Clergy:  The  Rev  Dr  Norman  Curry,  The  Rev  Dr  Helen  Granowski   Authorised  Lay  Ministers:  Leonie  Bird,  Jane  Sullivan,  Joy  Watkinson.   Churchwardens:  David  Harkin,  Barbara  Thomson,  Robert  Frood   Vestry  members:  Joe  Gandy,  Carol  Fraser,  Rick  Nicholson,  Tim  Sewell,  Beth  Bailey,   Blake  Shorthouse  (Treasurer),  John  Carmichael,  Alan  Wilson.   Wedding  enquiries:  Susan  Baker  –  contact  through  church  website  weddings  page.    

Music Team   Director  of  Music:  Stephen  Kerr,  0422  524  574;  music@holytrinitykew.org.au   Associate  Organist:  Ian  Tyler               Deputy  Organist:  Anthony  Carr   Choir  Section  Leaders:  Philippa  Allen,  James  Allen.     www.holytrinitykew.org.au       24

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