The Last Sunday after the Epiphany: Year B
11 February 2018 ď ˜ 8:45 A.M. and 11:15 A.M. Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist
The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler, Celebrant The Reverend Canon C. Wallace Marsh IV, Preacher The 8:45 a.m. service in the Cathedral gathers the largest and most diverse age groups of the parish. We rejoice and laugh with smaller children who are a large presence here; so the sermons, prayers, and hymns are intentionally developed to have a wide and educational appeal. This service maintains the grandeur and grace of the Anglican tradition, but our faith is presented in a creative and wide style. Should one be meeting the Episcopal Church from another tradition, this is our most accessible service. The 11:15 a.m. Eucharist presents the splendor of the Christian faith in its most glorious Anglican fashion. Our music, our prayers, and our sermons use the finest sources our spiritual history can offer. Incense is used on feast days. Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.
Voluntary The Transfiguration
Dom Paul Benoit
The Welcome from the Dean 1
THE WORD OF GOD All sing
The Processional: Hymn 427
music: Laudes Domini, Joseph Barnby (1838-1896) words: German, ca. 1800; tr. Robert Seymour Bridges (1844-1930), alt
Singing together is a means of involving and unifying the congregation so that it is able to respond corporately.
The Opening Acclamation The Book of Common Prayer (BCP), p. 299 Celebrant Blessed be God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. All And blessed be Godâ€™s kingdom, now and for ever. Amen. Celebrant There is one Body and one Spirit; All There is one hope in Godâ€™s call to us; Celebrant One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism; All One God and Father of all.
The Collect of the Day: Last Sunday after the Epiphany BCP, p. 217 Celebrant The Lord be with you. All And also with you. Celebrant Let us pray. O God, who before the passion of your only-begotten Son revealed his glory upon the holy mountain: Grant to us that we, beholding by faith the light of his countenance, may be strengthened to bear our cross, and be changed into his likeness from glory to glory; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. The Lesson
2 Corinthians 4:3-6
A Reading from The Second Letter of Paul to the Corinthians.
Even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. In their case the god of this world has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, to keep them from seeing the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. For we do not proclaim ourselves; we proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and ourselves as your slaves for Jesus’ sake. For it is the God who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Lector All
The Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God.
8:45 a.m. only: Children ages 3 (by September 1, 2017) through 3rd grade are invited to follow the acolytes and chapel leaders to the Children’s Chapel at this time. Children will return at the Thanksgiving over the Water.
“Collect,” from the Latin collecta, is the collecting of the petitions into a single short prayer.
All stand to sing
The Sequence: Hymn 296 The Gospel procession has often been seen as symbolic of the Word coming to the people. Standing to hear the Gospel honors what is heard.
music: Engelberg, Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) words: John Brownlow Geyer (b. 1932), alt.
The Holy Gospel
All remain standing.
The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark. Glory to you, Lord Christ.
Six days later, Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a high mountain apart, by themselves. And he was transfigured before them, and his clothes became dazzling white, such as no one on earth could bleach them. And there appeared to them Elijah with Moses, who were talking with Jesus. Then Peter said to Jesus, “Rabbi, it is good for us to be here; let us make three dwellings, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” He did not know what to say, for they were terrified. Then a cloud overshadowed them, and from the cloud there came a voice, “This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!” Suddenly when they looked around, they saw no one with them any more, but only Jesus. As they were coming down the mountain, he ordered them to tell no one about what they had seen, until after the Son of Man had risen from the dead. Gospeler All
The Gospel of the Lord. Praise to you, Lord Christ.
Canon Marsh 4
HOLY BAPTISM The Presentation and Examination of the Candidates BCP, p. 301 Celebrant The Candidates for Holy Baptism will now be presented. Parents, Godparents and Sponsors
I present N. to receive the Sacrament of Baptism. When all have been presented the Celebrant asks the Parents and Godparents
Will you be responsible for seeing that the child you present is brought up in the Christian faith and life? Parents and Godparents
I will, with Godâ€™s help.
Will you by your prayers and witness help this child to grow into the full stature of Christ?
Parents and Godparents
I will, with Godâ€™s help.
Then the Celebrant asks the following questions of the adult candidates and Parents and Godparents
Do you renounce Satan and all the spiritual forces of wickedness that rebel against God? I renounce them. Do you renounce the evil powers of this world which corrupt and destroy the creatures of God? I renounce them.
Do you renounce all sinful desires that draw you from the love of God? I renounce them.
Do you turn to Jesus Christ and accept him as your Savior? I do.
Do you put your whole trust in his grace and love? I do.
Do you promise to follow and obey him as your Lord? I do.
All stand. The Celebrant addresses the congregation, saying
Will you who witness these vows do all in your power to support these persons in their life in Christ? We will.
The Celebrant then says
Let us join with those who are committing themselves to Christ and renew our own baptismal covenant.
The celebrant asks two sets of three questions. The first set asks the candidates to renounce evil, the second to promise adherence to Christ.
To emphasize the nature of the sacrament, the Baptismal Covenant is renewed by all the baptized Christians who are present. They join with those being baptized in reciting the Apostles’ Creed and in responding to the Covenant’s other questions.
The Baptismal Covenant BCP, p. 304 Celebrant Do you believe in God the Father? All I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. Celebrant All
Do you believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God? I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead.
Do you believe in God the Holy Spirit? I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.
Will you continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in the prayers? I will, with God’s help.
Will you persevere in resisting evil, and, whenever you fall into sin, repent and return to the Lord? I will, with God’s help. Will you proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ? I will, with God’s help. Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself? I will, with God’s help. Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being? I will, with God’s help.
The Prayers for the Candidates BCP, p. 305 Celebrant Let us now pray for these persons who are to receive the Sacrament of new birth. Intercessor All
Deliver them, O Lord, from the way of sin and death. Lord, hear our prayer.
Open their hearts to your grace and truth. Lord, hear our prayer.
Fill them with your holy and life-giving Spirit. Lord, hear our prayer.
Keep them in the faith and communion of your holy Church. Lord, hear our prayer.
Teach them to love others in the power of the Spirit. Lord, hear our prayer.
Send them into the world in witness to your love. Lord, hear our prayer.
Bring them to the fullness of your peace and glory. Lord, hear our prayer.
Grant, O Lord, that all who are baptized into the death of Jesus Christ your Son may live in the power of his resurrection and look for him to come again in glory; who lives and reigns now and for ever. Amen.
The Thanksgiving over the Water
BCP, p. 306
The Celebrant blesses the water, first saying
The Lord be with you. And also with you.
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God. It is right to give God thanks and praise.
We thank you, Almighty God, for the gift of water. Over it the Holy Spirit moved in the beginning of creation. Through it you led the children of Israel out of their bondage in Egypt into the land of promise. In it your Son Jesus received the baptism of John and was anointed by the Holy Spirit as the Messiah, the Christ, to lead us, through his death and resurrection, from the bondage of sin into everlasting life. We thank you, Father, for the water of Baptism. In it we are buried with Christ in his death. By it we share in his resurrection. Through it we are reborn by the Holy Spirit. Therefore in joyful obedience to your Son, we bring into his fellowship those who come to him in faith, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
At the following words, the Celebrant touches the water
Now sanctify this water, we pray you, by the power of your Holy Spirit, that those who here are cleansed from sin and born again may continue for ever in the risen life of Jesus Christ our Savior. To him, to you, and to the Holy Spirit, be all honor and glory, now and for ever. Amen.
The principal prayer of the baptismal liturgy is the Thanksgiving over Water. The structure is deliberately parallel to that of the Great Thanksgiving at the Eucharist. The prayer is also placed at the focal point of the baptismal liturgy, between the entrance into the baptismal covenant and the sacramental washing.
BCP, p. 307
The Congregation may be seated for the baptisms. The Candidates are presented by name to the Priest who pours water upon each Candidate, saying
N., I baptize you in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Then the Celebrant, using chrism, places a hand on the personâ€™s head, marking on the forehead the sign of the cross and saying
N., you are sealed by the Holy Spirit in Baptism and marked as Christâ€™s own for ever. Amen. All stand. Parents, Godparents, and the newly baptized gather at the font. After the baptisms, the Celebrant says
Let us pray. Heavenly Father, we thank you that by water and the Holy Spirit you have bestowed upon these your servants the forgiveness of sin, and have raised them to the new life of grace. Sustain them, O Lord, in your Holy Spirit. Give them an inquiring and discerning heart, the courage to will and to persevere, a spirit to know and to love you, and the gift of joy and wonder in all your works. Amen. The verbal welcome is accompanied by the ritual action of the exchange of the peace. As members of the Church they take their places as participants in the Eucharistic assembly.
The Celebrant introduces the newly baptized, and then says
Let us welcome the newly baptized. All
We receive you into the household of God. Confess the faith of Christ crucified, proclaim his resurrection, and share with us in his eternal priesthood.
The Celebrant says
The peace of the Lord be always with you. And also with you.
All greet one another in the name of the Lord.
The Parish Notices The Blessing of Expectant Parents
THE HOLY COMMUNION The Offertory The Offertory Anthems 8:45 a.m.
music: T. Frederick H. Candlyn (1892-1964), Christ, Whose Glory Fills the Skies words: Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Christ, whose glory fills the skies, Christ, the true, the only Light, Sun of righteousness, arise! Triumph o’er the shades of night: Dayspring from on high, be near; Daystar, in my heart appear. Dark and cheerless is the morn Unaccompanied by Thee; Joyless is the day’s return, Till Thy mercy’s beams I see; Till they inward light impart, Glad my eyes and warm my heart. Visit then this soul of mine! Pierce the gloom of sin and grief! Fill me, Radiancy Divine; Scatter all my unbelief; More and more Thyself display, Shining to the perfect day. Amen.
music: Morten Lauridsen (b. 1942), O nata lux words: 10th-century Latin hymn, used as Opening Hymn for Lauds on the Feast of the Transfiguration
O born light of light, Jesus, redeemer of the world, mercifully deem worthy and accept the praises and prayers of your supplicants. Thou who once deigned to be clothed in flesh for the sake of the lost ones, grant us to be made members of your holy body.
O nata lux de lumine, Jesu redemptor saeculi, dignari clemens supplicum laudes preces que sumere. Qui carne quondam contegi dignatus es pro perditis. Nos membra confer effici, tui beati corporis.
The Presentation: Hymn 137 music: Wareham, melody William Knapp (1698-1768), alt; harm. Hymns Ancient and Modern 1875.
after James Turle (1802-1882); desc. Sydney Hugo Nicholson (1875-1947) words: Latin, 15th cent.; tr. Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861, after John Mason Neale (1818-1866), alt.
The Great Thanksgiving Celebrant The Lord be with you. All And also with you.
Eucharistic Prayer B, BCP, p. 367
Lift up your hearts. We lift them to the Lord.
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God. It is right to give God thanks and praise.
It is right, and a good and joyful thing, always and everywhere to give thanks to you, Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth. Because in the mystery of the Word made flesh, you have caused a new light to shine in our hearts, to give the knowledge of your glory in the face of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Therefore we praise you, joining our voices with Angels and Archangels and with all the company of heaven, who for ever sing this hymn to proclaim the glory of your Name:
In placing on the altar money and bread and wine, the congregation offers itself and its world. But the underlying reality of the action is that we offer our lives, individually and corporately, to become Christâ€™s body in this world. It is this opening thanksgiving, or eucharistia, which gives its name to the Great Thanksgiving.
The Sanctus and Benedictus
Craig Phillips, Festival Eucharist
The Eucharist is not simply the action of the particular congregation, which happens to be assembled in a particular place, but of the whole Church, even the whole creation, which joins with the congregation in singing the heavenly hymn of Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4.
The Greek word for “remembrance” (anamnesis) carries the full weight of the biblical concept. Through anamnesis we become participants in the events, not as history, but as present realities in our lives.
All stand or kneel.
We give thanks to you, O God, for the goodness and love which you have made known to us in creation; in the calling of Israel to be your people; in your Word spoken through the prophets; and above all in the Word made flesh, Jesus, your Son. For in these last days you sent him to be incarnate from the Virgin Mary, to be the Savior and Redeemer of the world. In him, you have delivered us from evil, and made us worthy to stand before you. In him, you have brought us out of error into truth, out of sin into righteousness, out of death into life. On the night before he died for us, our Lord Jesus Christ took bread; and when he had given thanks to you, he broke it, and gave it to his disciples, and said, “Take, eat: This is my Body, which is given for you. Do this for the remembrance of me.” After supper he took the cup of wine; and when he had given thanks, he gave it to them, and said, “Drink this, all of you: This is my Blood of the new Covenant, which is shed for you and for many for the forgiveness of sins. Whenever you drink it, do this for the remembrance of me.” Therefore, according to his command, O Father,
We remember his death, We proclaim his resurrection, We await his coming in glory;
And we offer our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving to you, O Lord of all; presenting to you, from your creation, this bread and this wine.
The epiclesis, or the invitation to the Holy Spirit, is invoked both upon us and upon the Eucharistic gifts.
We pray you, gracious God, to send your Holy Spirit upon these gifts that they may be the Sacrament of the Body of Christ and his Blood of the new Covenant. Unite us to your Son in his sacrifice, that we may be acceptable through him, being sanctified by the Holy Spirit. In the fullness of time, put all things in subjection under your Christ, and bring us to that heavenly country where, with all your saints, we may enter the everlasting heritage of your sons and daughters; through Jesus Christ our Lord, the firstborn of all creation, the head of the Church, and the author of our salvation. By Christ, and with Christ, and in Christ, in the unity of the Holy Spirit all honor and glory is yours, Almighty Father, now and for ever. Amen.
And now, as our Savior Christ has taught us, we are bold to say, The Lordâ€™s Prayer
BCP, p. 364
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
The Fraction Anthem All sing the Alleluia.
Craig Phillips, Festival Eucharist Christians have seen in the breaking of the bread a symbol of the breaking of the Lordâ€™s body on the cross. We also see it in our own need to be broken in order both to share in the life in Christ and to share that life with others.
Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us; therefore let us keep the feast.
All repeat the Alleluia.
All are welcome to receive the consecrated bread and wine of the Eucharist. You may receive at the altar or at floor-level stations. Stand or kneel and receive the bread (a wafer) in the palm of your hand. Gluten-free wafers are available upon request at the Peachtree (left) altar rail. Receive the wine either by drinking from the cup (guiding it to your lips) or by touching the wafer lightly to the wine. Younger children are invited to stand for easier access to the cup. If you desire to receive a blessing, cross your arms across your chest. 11:15 a.m. only: During the ministration of Holy Communion, prayers for healing and the laying on of hands are offered in St. Lukeâ€™s Chapel. The chapel is located in the South (Andrews) transept. All are welcome.
Communion Anthems 8:45 a.m.
music: John Weaver (b. 1937), Prayer for Transfiguration Day words: Collect for Transfiguration Day, alt.
O God, in the glorious transfiguration of Christ your Son, you have confirmed the mystery of the faith by the testimony of the apostles. In the voice that came from the bright cloud, you proclaimed him to be your Son, and told us to heed his teachings. O God, make us heirs with Christ in his glory forevermore. Alleluia. Amen.
music: Edward C. Bairstow (1874-1946), I Sat Down Under His Shadow words: Song of Solomon 2:3-4
I sat down under his shadow with great delight, and his fruit was sweet to my taste. He brought me to the banqueting house, and his banner over me was love.
Communion Hymns Hymn 129
music: Mowsley, Cyril Vincent Taylor (1907-1991) words: Brian A. Wren (b 1936)
music: Jesu dulcis memoria, plainsong, Mode 2 words: Latin, 10th cent.; tr. Laurence Housman (1865-1915), alt.
music: Adoro te devote, French church melody, Mode 5, Processionale, 1697 words: att. Thomas Aquinas (1225?-1274); sts. 1-3, tr. Hymnal 1940; st. 4, tr. Hymnal 1982
The Sending of Lay Eucharistic Ministers Celebrant In the name of God, we send you forth bearing these holy gifts, that others may share in the communion of Christâ€™s body and blood. All
We who are many are one body, because we are one in Jesus Christ.
The Postcommunion Prayer BCP, p. 366 Celebrant Let us pray. All Almighty and everliving God, we thank you for feeding us with the spiritual food of the most precious Body and Blood of your Son our Savior Jesus Christ; and for assuring us in these holy mysteries that we are living members of the Body of your Son, and heirs of your eternal kingdom. And now, Father, send us out to do the work you have given us to do, to love and serve you as faithful witnesses of Christ our Lord. To him, to you, and to the Holy Spirit, be honor and glory, now and for ever. Amen. The Blessing
The Church which has gathered to make Eucharist is sent out to be the Body of Christ in the world, to bear witness to Jesus and the resurrection.
The Processional: Hymn 657
music: Hyfrydol, Rowland Hugh Prichard (1811-1887) words: Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
The Dismissal Deacon All
Go in peace to love and serve the Lord. Thanks be to God.
Service notes adapted from Leonel Mitchell’s Praying Shapes Believing: A Theological Commentary on the Book of Common Prayer. All music is reprinted by permission under www.OneLicense.net (license number A-717455). Music from The Hymnal 1982 © Church Publishing, Inc., except where noted below: Hymn 129 words © 1977 Hope Publishing Co.; music © 1985 Hope Publishing Co. Hymn 137 descant by permission of Royal School of Church Music. Hymn 296 words used by permission of the author. Hymn 618 words and music by permission of Oxford University Press. “Sanctus & Benedictus” and “Christ our Passover” from Craig Phillips, Festival Eucharist © 2006 Paraclete Press.
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. PHILIP
The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler, Dean Dale Adelmann, Ph.D., Canon for Music The Reverend Lauren R. Holder, Canon for Outreach and Congregational Life The Reverend C. Wallace Marsh IV, Canon for Pastoral Care and Worship The Reverend George M. Maxwell, Jr., Vicar The Reverend Catherine Zappa, Canon for Education The Reverend John William Harkins III, Ph.D., Priest Associate The Reverend Deacon Juan Sandoval, Deacon for Hispanic Ministries The Reverend Theophus “Thee” Smith, Ph.D., Priest Associate The Reverend Carolynne G. Williams, Canon Associate for Pastoral Care and Elder Ministry Mr. Austin Hall, Senior Warden Mr. Doug O’Bryan, Junior Warden 2744 Peachtree Road, NW ∙ Atlanta, GA ∙ 30305-2920 ∙ (404) 365-1000 www.stphilipscathedral.org
The dismissal asserts the relationship between liturgy and Christian living—a call to live the baptismal and Eucharistic life in the world.
February 11, 2018 WELCOME For the latest news and happenings from the Cathedral, visit out website at stphilipscathedral.org. Also, see the information in print in our weekly newsletter, Cathedral Times, available in the narthex, in the hallway outside Child Hall, and in the Atrium.
CHILDREN Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to participate fully in our liturgy. For parents who prefer it, The Nurturing Center is open for children three and younger from 8:30 a.m. through the end of the 11:15 a.m. service each week. Children’s chapel takes place during the 8:45 a.m. service as an option for parents and children who are not yet ready to experience the full liturgy together, though children are always welcome in “big” church. Children three years (by September 1, 2017) through third grade begin in church with their parents, then follow the children’s acolytes and leaders out at the sequence hymn. Children will rejoin their parents at the Offertory. Two-year-olds attend their own chapel service, which begins at 8:45 a.m. Parents who would like their children two-years-old and younger to join them for communion may go pick them up from Room 227 at the Peace. All Godly Play classes are mixed-age groupings. If you have not registered for Sunday School, your child will be placed in an appropriate class when you arrive on the Children’s wing this morning. Children’s Sunday School classes will meet immediately after the 8:45 a.m. service.
YOUTH Welcome to the Bible: We’ve got Fun and Games—Room 382 Join us for Middle School Sunday School! This spring we will continue our journey through the Bible by asking questions like: Why should we bother with a book that’s 2000 years old? What does the Bible have to do with me? Is it okay to be uncomfortable with some Bible passages? Where do I see myself in this story? We will explore these questions, and many others, by modelling with clay, competing in exciting challenges, playing fun games, and much more! Finding Ourselves in the Stories of Faith—Room 368 Who is Jesus? Why is he important? The question of Jesus’ identity is central to our own identity as Christians, our public faith, and our ethical orientation in the world. If Jesus was here today, what might he say about the task of pursuing faith and justice in our society? Though we can’t promise you we have all the answers, join the High School Sunday School community for some lively conversation, plus donuts! 20
Confirmation Class—Youth Wing Youth who are registered for Confirmation will be meeting in their small groups during the Sunday School hour throughout the Spring semester. Meet on the third floor Youth Wing.
ADULT EDUCATION All classes meet at 10:10 a.m. unless otherwise noted.
Holy Scriptures in English & Greek—Room 239 This New Testament Greek class selects key verses from each Sunday’s scripture readings and provides user-friendly translation aids so that even first timers can enjoy fresh insights in Bible study. The Rev. Lauren Holder’s Credo—Child Hall The Rev. Lauren Holder, our Canon for Outreach and Congregational Life, will present her “credo,” or spiritual autobiography, this morning. All are welcome to come hear our newest priest as she talks about her life and beliefs. Join us! Old Fashioned Sunday School will return next Sunday when Canon Maxwell will begin a series on The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis that will continue through Lent. Small Group Bible Study—Room 122 Jim Bingham and Gordon Mathis lead an ongoing small group Bible Study focusing on a particular book of the Bible for several months at a time. This year, we will read the book of Genesis. For more information, please contact Jim Bingham at 404-373-3273 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 1:15 p.m., The Enjoyment of Biblical Greek—Room 356 Open to beginners, this class includes long-term members who use translation aids including lexicons and commentaries to enjoy how probing the Greek of New Testament texts adds nuance and depth to reading Holy Scripture. For more information, contact The Rev. Dr. Thee Smith (404-727-0636, tsmith@ stphilipscathedral.org).
OUTREACH February is Food Drive Month at the Cathedral as St. Anne’s Guild reaches out to you for donations of food and/or checks of $20 or more in support of Buckhead Christian Ministry (BCM). Make checks payable to Cathedral of St. Philip with “BCM Food Drive” on memo line. The BCM Food Pantry provides 2,000 bags of groceries to more than 1,600 people each month, and is stocked entirely with donations from the community. According to the US Department of Agriculture, one out of five children live in households without access to adequate food. To help, please stop by our table in the Atrium Sundays in February between 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
PRAYERS Those who need long term prayers:
Virginia Bicksler, Cornelia Bird, John Blair, David W. Boone, Josh Borden, Pat Brinson, Kaye Cairney, Heather Clark, Elizabeth Coil, Lawrence Cowart, Terry Dornbush, Sarah duBignon, Kitty Dukehart, Susan Dunn, Angela Ellis, Randy Farmer, Jane Hannah, Caroline Hatcher, Shirley Heermann, Richard Hill, Jack Jennings, Bob Johnson, Elaine Lyon, Robert & Aggie Maddox, Carol McDonald, Elaine McEachern, Jim McKenzie, Wynetta McNeill, Georgia Meagher, Carrick Mollenkamp, Mary Elizabeth Morgan, Charlie Neal, Marian Palmore, Brenda Pruitt, Garry Pryor, Pamela Reid, Agnes Elizabeth Robertson, Louis â€œSkipâ€? Schueddig, Jim Segars, Jeanne M. Smith, Julie Sutton, Tommy Truesdale, Cindy West, Andy Westafer, Chandra Westafer, Anne Willingham, Hollis Youngner
Family & Friends:
Bart Anderson, Shaun Amos, Bettina Bass, Kathy Beard, Rodger Beatty, Richard Blumenthal, David Boyd, Denise Carlson, Andrew Clark, Faye Comer, Timothy Paul Condrey, Sally Coulter, Gabe Crieger, Jackson Culbreth, Ashley Debelbot & Brenda Jones, Judy Eggers, Carleton Fuller, Phyllis Gareis, Peggy Govan, D. Louis Gruver, Jr., Doyce Gunter, Tod Gunter, William Ham, Alecia Hamilton-Dunnom, Helen Hammond, Chris Hardy, Bobby Hearn, Greg Hentz, Butch Higley, Liz Grant Hilton, Hardy Johnson, Sun Ja Kim, Sang Ho Kim, Lisa Krysiak, Margaret Winders Kuhn, Betty C. Lyons, Pat Martin, Janie Mathis, Michelle Maxwell, Michael McClelland, Tommy McCook, Bonnie Shields McCormack, Andy Nelson, Irene Nesper, Christopher Petty, John Plunkett, Betty & Bill Poole, Ginny Quinn, Harold Reynolds, Margaret Robinson, Frank Roth, James Sands, Patricia Schooley, Katy Shoemaker, Jeff Straw, Tina Susco, Hubert Tate, Sr., Yvonne Tate, Roger Traylor, Janiece Townshend, Christi Vasquez, Peter Veverka, Nina Vila, Frank Villa, Meredith Wallace, Ron M. Wallace, Jacqueline Watkins, Susan Wellman, Caroline & John Westerhoff, Coralie Severn Wilson, Marion Wilson, Claire Wofford Frazier, Althea Wolf, Whit A. Wright, Patricia Young
Brooks Drake Ann Carol Followill
Those who are baptized today, especially:
8:45 a.m. Murray Catherine Mills, Georgia Kate Starr 9:00 a.m. Tierson Townsend Ellis 11:15 a.m. Emily Stuart Dougherty, John Birch Harrison III, Keenan Elliott Johnson
Those serving their country away from home Altar Flowers are given to the glory of God and in memory of Orlan Swennes
To add a name to the Prayer List or to donate Altar Flowers to honor someone, please contact Janie Harris in the Pastoral Care office (404-365-1034, email@example.com).
WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICES Sunday
7:45 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Holy Eucharist, Rite I Holy Baptisms & Holy Eucharist, Rite II Holy Baptisms & Holy Eucharist, Rite II Holy Baptisms & Holy Eucharist, Rite II La Santa Eucaristía Choral Evensong & Holy Eucharist, Rite I
Monday, Tuesday and Friday 8:45 a.m. 12:15 p.m.
Morning Prayer Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Ash Wednesday, February 14
7:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
8:45 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 5:45 a.m.
Mikell Chapel Cathedral Mikell Chapel Cathedral Mikell Chapel Cathedral
Mikell Chapel St. Mary’s Chapel
Holy Eucharist & Imposition of Ashes Holy Eucharist & Imposition of Ashes Ash Wednesday Family Service Holy Eucharist & Imposition of Ashes
Mikell Chapel Cathedral St. Mary’s Chapel Cathedral
Morning Prayer Holy Eucharist, Rite II Evening Prayer
Mikell Chapel St. Mary’s Chapel Mikell Chapel
Centering Prayer takes place on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Lanier House. Evening Prayer is offered on the first, second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 5:45 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Taizé: Prayers for Peace is offered every third Monday of the month at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. The Indoor Labyrinth is available in Child Hall prior to the service. The Outdoor Labyrinth in front of the Lanier House is open daily.
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