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ST. DAVID’S CHURCH CHRIST CHURCH WITH THE

THE CHAPEL OF ST. BASIL

!! ! every one who acknowledges me before men, I !! Soalso will acknowledge before my father who is !! in heaven… Matthew 10: 32 ! !! THE SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST! Proper 7A! !! 22 JUNE ! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ND

, 2014 Rector: ! The Rev’d Canon Noel A. Burke, M.A.! Tel. No.: 435-4272! Email: nburke@anglican.bb !

Associate:! The Very Rev’d William G. St. C. Dixon, CBE, MA ! [Dean Emeritus of The St. Michael Cathedral]! Tel. No.: 427-3169! Email: spod@caribsurf. com !


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ORDER OF THE HOLY MASS THE ENTRANCE RITE

Introit Hymn General Sentence Acclamation Collect for Purity Kyries Gloria In Excelsis The Collect

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253* 392 Page 100 Page 101 Page 101 Page 102 Page 102 Page 174/Bulletin page 3

THE LITURGY OF THE WORD 1st Reading: Jeremiah 20: 7-13 Psalm 69: 1-18 Page 553 /Page 4 of Bulletin Epistle: Romans 5: 15b-19 Gradual Hymn 264 THE HOLY GOSPEL: Luke 7: 11-17 The Sermon The Nicene Creed Page 104 Intercession Form H Page 120 Act of Penitence & Absolution Page 123 The Greeting of Peace Page 124

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THE LITURGY OF THE SACRAMENT THE OFFERTORY Hymn 232 The Presentation of the Offerings Page 126 The Sursum Corda Page 126 Common Preface Page 128 “Therefore we praise you” Page 131 Sanctus et Benedictus Qui Venit Page 131 Consecration Prayer B Page 135 The Lord’s Prayer Page 144 The Breaking of Bread Page 145 The Invitation Page 146 Agnus Dei Page 147 (Administration of Holy Communion) 292, 617, 620, 667 Post Communion Prayer Pages 148

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THE DISMISSAL RITE The Blessing Page 149 Notices and Announcements Recessional Hymn 618* 325

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you

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LECTORS & INTERCESSORS AT MASS TODAY

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6:15 a.m.

7:45 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

Lesson

Charles Leacock

Ambria Brathwaite

Brian Nicholls

Epistle

Kerry Massiah

Krystle Clarke

Lynn Armstrong

Intercession H

Owen Springer

Sheldon Walcott

Gabrielle Mann

THE COLLECT O God our defender, storms rage about us and cause us to be afraid. Rescue your people from despair, deliver your sons and daughters from fear, and preserve us all from unbelief; through your son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

!THE FIRST READING: !READER: A Reading from the Word of God written in the Book Chapter 20 beginning at the 7th verse !O LORD, thouofhastJeremiah deceived me, and I was deceived; thou art stronger than I, and thou hast prevailed. I have become a laughingstock all the day; every one mocks me. For whenever I speak, I cry out, I shout, "Violence and destruction!" For the word of the LORD has become for me a reproach and derision all day long. If I say, "I will not mention him, or speak any more in his name," there is in my heart as it were a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot. For I hear many whispering. Terror is on every side! "Denounce him! Let us denounce him!� say all my familiar friends, watching for my fall. "Perhaps he will be deceived, then we can overcome him, and take our revenge on him."But the LORD is with me as a dread warrior; therefore my persecutors will stumble, they will not overcome me. They will be greatly shamed for they will not succeed. Their eternal dishonor will never be forgotten. O LORD of hosts, who triest the righteous, who seest the heart and the mind, let me see thy vengeance upon them, for to thee have I committed my cause. Sing to the LORD; praise the

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LORD! For he has delivered the life of the needy from the hand of evildoers.

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Here ends the Reading. Thanks be to God.

PSALM 69: 7-10, 16-18! 7 ! Let not those who hope in you be put to shame through me, Lord God of hosts; *! ! let not those who seek you be disgraced ! because of me, O God of Israel.! 8 ! Surely, for your sake have I suffered reproach, * and shame has covered my face.! ! 9 ! I have become a stranger to my own kindred, * an alien to my mother’s children.! ! 10 ! Zeal for your house has eaten me up; *! the scorn of those who scorn you has ! fallen upon me.! 16 ! Save me from the mire; do not let me sink; * let me be rescued from those who hate me! ! and out of the deep waters.! ! 17 ! Let not the torrent of waters wash over me, neither let the deep swallow me up; *! ! do not let the Pit shut its mouth upon me.! ! 18 ! Answer me, O Lord, for your love is kind; * in your great compassion, turn to me.�! Glory to the Father, and to the Son;*and to the Holy Spirit;! ! As it was in the beginning is now:*and shall be forever. Amen!

!! THE EPISTLE

A Reading from the Word of God written in the Letter to the Romans Chapter 5 beginning at the 15th verse

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If many died through one man's trespass, i.e., Adam’s, much more have the grace of God and the free gift in the grace of that one man Jesus Christ abounded for many. And the free gift is not like the effect of that one man's sin. For the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation, but the free gift following many trespasses brings justification. If, because of one man's trespass, death reigned through that one man, much more will those who receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man Jesus Christ. Then as one man's trespass led to condemnation for all men, so one man's act of righteousness leads to acquittal and life for all men. For as by one man's disobedience many were made sinners, so by one man's obedience many will be made righteous. Reader: ALL:

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Here ends the Reading. Thanks be to God.

THE HOLY GOSPEL The Lord be with you. And also with you.

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A Reading from the Holy Gospel according to Matthew Glory to Christ our Saviour. At that time Jesus said, "A disciple is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master; it is enough for the disciple to be like his teacher, and the servant like his master. If they have called the master of the house Be-el'zebul, how much more will they malign those of his household. "So have no fear of them; for nothing is covered that will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be known. What I tell you in the dark, utter in the light; and what you hear whispered, proclaim upon the housetops. And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell. Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground without your Father's will. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows. So every one who acknowledges me before men, I also will acknowledge before my Father who is in heaven; but whoever denies me before men, I also will deny before my Father who is in heaven. The Gospel of Christ.

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From the Rector’s Notebook Greetings:

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We have begun the long journey through the season of Pentecost. In some traditions it is called Ordinary Time.

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Professor Paul Bradshaw notes that the term Ordinary Time is new and used to denote periods outside of the principal seasons of the church year namely Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter.

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In the cycle of the liturgical year this season will end on the Feast of Christ the King and will take us back to Advent Sunday the first Sunday of the Church’s new year.

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Sacristans, Vergers, Servers, members of Altar Guilds and some others are generally aware that the liturgical colour is green except in case where the Book of common Prayer prescribes that because of a particular observance the colour red or white is used.

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There are some feast days that take precedence if they fall on a Sunday on such days the liturgical colour will reflect the particular observance.

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For example, next Sunday (June 29) is the Feast of St. Peter and Paul the liturgical colour will be red to symbolize that these Apostles died as martyrs. All Saints Day may be observed on the Sunday following November 1 in addition to its observance on that day, the colour will be white

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Liturgical colours have been used from earliest times to enhance the sense of worship in the Mass.

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Liturgical theologian, The Rev’d Canon Dr. Winston Layne in a seminar a few years ago speaking on liturgical colour made the point that as Caribbean people we are

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awed by the deep colours of our natural heritage and that the worship picks these natural elements up as we come to God almighty in prayer.

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We may ask the question what has all of this to do with anything and how does this impact on our lives day by day.

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We are aware that colour makes a deep impression on our minds. the stark differences cause us to see that God has created variety; yet in he midst of it there is order and harmony.

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It tell us that that liturgy is not a random act; but a planned and well organized event in which the Holy Spirit breathes his life in us and through us.

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The orderliness of the liturgy must help us in the chances and changes of daily living that God almighty will bring order into our lives even as we move along the continuum of change.

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We give thanks for this season of Pentecost in which we focus on the activity of Jesus with the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

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Noel A. Burke, MA (The Rev’d Canon) Rector

Next Sunday, God willing, we shall celebrate the Feast of Ss. Peter and Paul. Readings:Ezekiel 34: 11-16, 2 Timothy 4: 1-8 Gospel John 21:15-19 !7


CURRENT NEWS AND EVENTS DIOCESAN MOTHERS’ UNION ANNIVERSARY SERVICE TODAY at 4:00 p.m. in St. Michael’s Cathedral the Mothers’ Union will hold their Anniversary Service. Awards will be given to those members who have served for 35, 40 and 50 years respectively. His Grace the Archbishop, Dr. John Holder will preside. All are welcome to attend.

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THE RECTOR’S HOLIDAY The Rector, The Rev’d Canon Noel Burke will be on holiday for the month of July. During that time the Dean Emeritus The Very Rev’d William Dixon, CBE will be Priest-in-Charge of the parish assisted by The Rev’d Canon Dr. Winston Layne.

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SPECIAL COLLECTION A special collection will be taken at all four services on Sunday, 6th July, 2014 The proceeds will go towards a special fund to assist hardship cases. A Committee has been set up to administer these funds under the direction of the PCC. Please give generously.

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COMMON ENTRANCE RESULTS We congratulate our young people who have received successes in the Common Entrance Examination and which them God’s continued blessings for the future. They are:- Kacie Corbin, Terren Jeyakumar, Myeisha Worrell and Rowland Kirton-Browne.

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THE ANNUAL ANGLICAN 5 VS 5 TOURNAMENT The annual Anglican 5v5 tournament will start on Saturday 12th July, 2014. The members of the St David's team are currently the reigning champions. Please come out to support the team. Any persons interested in being a part of the team, please contact Margaret Burke at 4354272

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50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINATION The Rev. Canon Noel Titus, will be celebrating his 50th anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood, at a Thanksgiving Eucharist in The Cathedral of St. Michael and All Angels, on Friday 18th July 2014, at 7.30 p.m. All are invited

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T-SHIRT SALE The Youth Group is raising funds to assist with their various ventures. Please place your order with Michele Nurse-Walcott or Gary Durant for a T-shirt, the special Youth Group shirt, to support them. Cost: $25:00

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HEALTH GUILD WALK JUNE 28: The health walk this month will leave the St. David’s church at 5:30 a.m.; walk through Edgerton, turn left to South District and Hanson Hill; turn left before the vegetable stall, walk through to Lower Burney; climb hill by the water tank at Fort George;

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BIRTHDAYS JUNE 22: Valerie Taylor; 23: Tyrell McCollin; Makeba Williams;

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EXPRESSIONS OF THANKS Tony Kirton who is ill at home expresses his continued thanks to those who called and/or sent cards and best wishes to him. He wants us to know that he and his family are very grateful for these acts of kindness and concern.

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THOSE REQUESTING OUR PRAYERS Roy Allman, Grace Armstrong, Maureen Bagot & family, Carl Barrow, Elrita Blackman, Joan & Cliff Bradford, Audine Brewster, Patricia Browne, Audley Croney, Estelle Davis, Nancy Durant, Jean Farmer, Sylvia Fields, Basil Forbes, Betty Gill, Evelyn Gittens, Nigel Griffith, Henderson Haynes, Veronica Headley, Caulda “Hetty” Hobbs, Dr. William Huey, Eileen Hunte, Ruby Jones, Norma Kirton,, Elise Layne, Tyrell McCollin, Deanne & Selwyn Powlett, Ronald Rawlins, Emmerson Rock, Pearl Rock, Joan Rollock, Clement Selman, Myrna Smith, Rachel Stampfli, Archibald Suttle, Evelyn “Brandy” Taylor, Cherie Tempro, Pamela Toppin, Deighton Whitney, April Williams, Jean Williams, Jennifer Williams, Peter Williams, Leslie Worrell, Vita Yarde

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Health corner!

COMMON MISTAKES MADE WITH WEIGHT LOSS It’s Crop Over time and the gyms are becoming crowded with persons trying to lose weight! This may not be the case for you; you are just a person serious about lifestyle changes and have started a weight loss program. Whatever the case, research has shown that weight reduction in a slow and steady fashion is more likely to be successful. American College of Sports Medicine recommends a weight loss of 1-2 lbs a week. Here are some common mistakes made when trying to lose weight: (1) Severe restrictions in caloric intake Some persons so restrict their dietary intake that essentially they put themselves on starvation diets. This does not work and can lead to serious health issues. Such diets cannot be maintained in the longterm and persons tend to regain the weight quickly. AIM: Initially make small changes that can be maintained for life.

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(2) Skipping meals It is often thought that skipping meals will result in weight loss. Research actually shows that persons, who eat less than 3 meals a day, consume more calories than persons who eat 3 meals. Interestingly as well, is the research which shows that generally persons who eat breakfast weigh less than those who do not. AIM: A healthy breakfast of protein and fiber every morning. This will keep you full until lunchtime. Strive for 3 meals each day.

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(3) Calories from beverages aren’t counted Your favorite smoothies, hazelnut coffee and alcoholic drinks all contribute to your caloric intake. Often persons use these beverages but don’t reduce their solid intake to compensate for the liquid calories. AIM: Substitute high calorie beverages with water or use vegetable juices, 100% fruit juices, and low-calorie drinks in moderation.

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(4) Too much dressing Did you know that 1 tablespoon of dressing can add 75-100 calories to your meal? Okay, so you decided to have a Caesar salad with shrimp instead of your usual Double Decker but then you ‘bathed’ it with salad dressing! The Quarter pounder may have been about 400 calories but now your salad is 500 calories! AIM: Less dressing and eventually maybe no dressing.

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Colouring page

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Aren't two sparrows sold for only a penny? But your Father
 knows when any one of them falls to the ground.
 Matthew 10:29 (CEV)

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From Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages for Ages 4-8. © 1986,1988 Standard Publishing.
 Used by permission. Reproducible Coloring Books may be purchased from
 Standard Publishing, www.standardpub.com, 1-800-543-1301.
 Sermons4Kids.com

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! Today

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THIS WEEK IN THE PARISH: ST. DAVID 6:15 a.m. Holy Mass & Sermon 7:45 a.m. Solemn Mass & Sermon 7:45 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. Sunday School

Monday

10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.

Silver Stars Line Dancers

Tuesday

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9:30 a.m.

Bible Study (Adults)

Wednesday

7:00 p.m.

Said Mass & Homily

Thursday

10:00 a.m.

Prayer Group

Friday

10:00 a.m.-12 noon 5:30 p.m. Bible Study

Office Hours (Children)

9:00 a.m.

Confirmation Class

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Saturday

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Sunday

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ST. BASIL 8:30 a.m.

Said Mass & Sermon Sunday School

SOCIAL NETWORKING

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