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St. Anne’s Parish Church Corstorphine Sunday 27th January 2013 Epiphany 3 Sacrament of Baptism and Sacrament of Holy Communion

ORDER OF SERVICE Preludes Four movements from the ‘Parish Mass’

F Couperin

Welcome and Church Notices Call to Worship

THE COMMUNITY GATHERS… Hymn No. 210 (Tune: Morning Hymn) “Awake, my soul, and with the sun”

WE DRAW NEAR TO GOD… Prayer of Adoration, Approach & Confession

WE LISTEN FOR GOD’S WORD… PREPARATION FOR WORSHIP... (The words below are a short prayer which may be used by individuals before worship, offering an opportunity to prepare for worship. And while the cares and concerns of family, life and the world are brought with us to worship, we prepare ourselves to share our joy and burden in God’s presence).

Give us light this day that we may see clearly what we should do: Give us strength that we may have the courage and power to do it: Give us love That in all things and with all people We may be patient and forgiving and trusting: And so fill our lives with joy; through Jesus Christ our Lord AMEN (CRC)

A reading from the Old Testament Nehemiah 8: 1-3, 5-6, 8-10 (pp483-484 - OT) Anthem

"Jesus, Lamb of God, Redeemer"

E Elgar

A reading from the Gospels Luke 4: 14 – 21 (p79 - NT) Hymn No. 601 (Tune: Liebster Jesu) “Look upon us, blessèd Lord”

Sermon WE MAKE OUR RESPONSE… Offering & Dedication

Time to Talk

Offertory Choral Prelude on ‘Liebster Jesu’ BWV 731 (tune 601) JS Bach

Baptismal Hymn No. 633 (Tune: Shipston) “Child of blessing, child of promise”

The Invitation of our Lord Jesus Christ

Sacrament of Baptism Members of the congregation are invited to participate by saying “We do” after the question to the congregation and then continue by saying together:

We will nurture one another in faith Uphold one another in prayer and Encourage one another in service. During the baptism we sing the blessing:

The Lord bless you, and keep you: The Lord make his face to shine upon you, And be gracious unto you: The Lord lift up his countenance upon you, And give you peace.

Hymn No. 657 (Tune: Christe Sanctorum) “Father most loving, listen to your children” Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper Hymn No.172 (Tune: Lobe den Herren) “Sing for God’s Glory”

OUR WORSHIP CONTINUES IN THE WORLD… Benediction & Sung Amen Postlude Trumpet Tune on ‘Lobe den Herren’ (tune 172)

W Webber


Locum Minister:

Rev. Dr Anne T Logan St Anne’s Parish Church Kaimes Road, Corstorphine, Edinburgh, EH12 6JR Phone: 0131 – 316– 4740 Email: office@stannescorstorphine.org.uk Website: www.stannescorstorphine.org.uk Scottish Charity Number: SC006300

Church Notices Reader: Phil Yelland Next Sunday: 11am Morning Worship Office Hours: The Church Office will be open on Thursdays from 9.30am to 12 noon. When the office is not open, emails will be monitored.

The Seedling has its January meeting on Monday 28th January at 10am in the Kirk Loan Hall. All welcome. Britten and Britain: Durham University Chamber Choir, conducted by Calum Zuckert, present their Edinburgh weekend tour: Saturday, 16th February, 2013 @ 7.30pm. St. Anne's Church, Corstorphine Programme to include Britten: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, Five Flower Songs; MacMillan: Miserere; Wood: Hail Gladdening Light; Mealor: Ubi Caritas. Tickets: Suggested donation £10 / £5. We will also be singing at the morning Eucharist (10.30am) and Choral Evensong (3.30pm) in St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral on Sunday, 17th February.

Intimations: All intimations to be included in next week’s order of service should be delivered to the church; placed in the box in the kitchen or e-mailed to office@stannescorstorphine.org.uk NO LATER THAN 9am on Wednesday morning. Gift Aid Envelopes are available in the pews for members and visitors should they wish to further contribute to the worldwide work of the church by adding gift aid to their offering. If you are using one of the envelopes please fill in your name and address as without that we are unable to reclaim the tax on the donation. Pew Cards: These are available should you wish to join the congregation; know someone who requires a visit; or wish to take a more active role in the life of the congregation.


Order of Service