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Trinity Episcopal Church on Capitol Capitol Square Square on February 24, 2013 March 23, 2014


We welcome you this morning to Trinity Church, Capitol Square.

If you are visiting for the first time, or are looking for a church home, please fill out a pew card and give it to an usher or put it in the offering plate. The clergy and members of the congregation look forward to greeting you following the liturgy.

The Third Sunday in Lent March 23, 2014

8:00 A.M. Holy Eucharist: Rite I

The service begins on page 323 of The Book of Common Prayer.

10:30 A.M. Morning Prayer and Holy Communion: Rite I Gathering Meditation (chanted by all)

TaizĂŠ

Opening Sentences

(BCP page 38)

Confession of Sin

(BCP page 41)

The Invitatory and Psalter (the Assembly is seated) Psalm 95 (chanted by all) How to sing Anglican Chant: Indicates change of measure Sing multiple syllables on one pitch Ăź Sing two pitches to one syllable Breathe at each punctuation mark


The Lessons

(see scripture insert)

A Reading from the Letter to the Romans (5:1-11) After the reading: Reader The Word of the Lord. People Thanks be to God.


(the Assembly stands) Canticle 1 (parts 3+4): A Song of Creation

Elvey

(the Assembly is seated) A Reading from the Gospel according to John (4:5-42) (the Assembly stands) Sermon Hymn 658 Sermon

The Rector

Martyrdom


The Apostles’ Creed (BCP page 53) The Prayers: Suffrages A, Collects & Intercessions (BCP page 54) A Prayer of St. Chrysostom (BCP page 59) The Peace (BCP page 332)

The Holy Communion

All who hunger are welcomed at Christ’s Holy Table. Offertory Solo

Libera Me (Requiem)

Doxology: Hymn 380 vs. 3 The Great Thanksgiving: Eucharistic Prayer I Sanctus Hymn S-114 Fraction Anthem Hymn S-154 Postcommunion Chant

Postcommunion Prayer

Fauré Old 100th (BCP page 333) Willan Schubert/Proulx Taizé

(BCP page 339)

A Solemn Prayer for Lent Sending Hymn 144 Deacon Go in peace to love and serve the Lord. People Thanks be to God

Cornhill


T RINITY E PISCOPAL C HURCH on Capitol Square 125 East Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 221-5351 Fax (614) 221-3716 www.trinitycolumbus.org

Rector—The Rev. Richard A. Burnett Priest Associates—The Rev. Abeoseh M. Flemister, The Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Lilly OHN, The Very Rev. John Sanders Deacon—The Rev. Brian K. Shaffer OEF Parish Seminarian—Robert Hill Vestry: Sr. Warden, Patricia Rugola; Jr. Warden, Joel Norris; Bill Case, Mary Gahbauer, Don Galbraith, Andrea Govan, Mark Lewis, Karen Peeler, John Redden, Sharon Whaley, David White. Treasurer—Bill Forbes Director of Music/Liturgist—Kevin N. Wines Carillonneur—Nick Tepe, Sexton—Thomas Belcher Financial Administrator—Dave Fontana Rector’s Administrative Assistant—Diane Donato All music reprinted here with permission under OneLicence.net #A-702467

Next Sunday’s Readings: 4 Lent 1 Samuel 16:1-13 Psalm 23 Ephesians 5:8-14 John 9:1-41

Welcome to Trinity Church

Restrooms are available in the Parish House— through the door in the front right corner of the nave. Go through the library and turn left. Church School classrooms are on the 2nd floor of the Parish House. For stairs or elevator, please go through the Sacristy in the front left corner of the nave. Please ask an usher for assistance.

Visit us online—www.trinitycolumbus.org


SERVING TODAY

ADULT FORMATION:

Presiding & Preaching Assisting

The Rev. Richard A. Burnett The Rev. Brian Shaffer OEF Robert Hill Eucharistic Ministers 8:00 a.m. Jeff McNealey 10:30 a.m. Emily Pucker Lectors 8:00 a.m. Bill Case 10:30 a.m. Amy Kohler Director of Music/Liturgist Kevin N. Wines Acolyte 10:30 a.m. Jean Cotting Altar Guild 8:00 a.m. Bunny Johnson 10:30 a.m. Lori Dhiraprasiddhi Ushers 8:00 a.m. Larry Burton 10:30 a.m. Brad Sturm Lenten Decorations Kent A. Phillips Coffee Hour Host 10:30 a.m. David Gould Nursery Volunteers 10:30 a.m. Joel Norris In the Garden Hosts Karen Peeler & The Rev. deniray mueller

Scripture Study continues TODAY at 9:15 a.m. The Revised Common Lectionary graciously appoints three readings (with a Psalm) each Sunday. During the Lenten Sunday liturgies, we will be hearing a Gospel reading and one lesson from either the Old or New Testaments. The third lesson appointed for the day—the one not read in the service—will be explored during Adult Formation class time each Sunday. Following are the lessons to be discussed: TODAY March 23—Exodus 17:1-7 March 30—Ephesians 5:8-14 April 6—Ezekiel 37:1-14 April 13—Philippians 2:5-11

TRINITY EATS: Gather in fellowship and praise

Today

Tuesday, April 8—A Service of Night Prayer & Taizé Chant beautiful candlelit evening service at 6:15 p.m. followed by a light supper of soup and bread in the church meal provided by Worship, Music & Arts

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri M/W/Th T/F

Maundy Thursday, April 17 gathering meal at 6:15 p.m. in the Parish Library meal provided by Worship, Music & Arts service of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 p.m. with the stripping of the altar

Tuesday

Sharing a meal is central to our life together as a church. Join fellow parishioners for meals at the following services:

Easter Day, April 20—Festival Holy Eucharist 8:00 & 10:30 a.m. potluck parish breakfast between the morning liturgies beginning at 9:15 a.m. in the Undercroft—please bring a dish to share sponsored by the Parish Life Ministry Team

THIS WEEK AT TRINITY

8:30 a.m. Choir Rehearsal 9:00 a.m. Alanon meeting 9:15 a.m. Adult Formation in the Parish Library Noon Lay Weeders meeting 2:00 p.m. In the Garden street church 5:45 p.m. Book study group in the Parish Library Regular Weekday Events: 8:00 a.m. Morning Prayers Noon AA & Alanon meetings 12:05 p.m. Noonday Prayer 12:05 p.m. Holy Eucharist Special Events: 10:00 a.m. Parish Staff meeting 7:15 p.m. Lenten School @ St. Stephen’s

LENTEN BOOK STUDY CONTINUES 5:45—7:15 p.m. TODAY in the Parish Library

Please enter through the Lazelle Alley door. Karen Peeler and Jean Cotting would like to invite parishioners to join them in a Lenten study of Richard Rohr's book, FALLING UPWARD: A SPIRITUALITY FOR THE TWO HALVES OF LIFE, continuing until Easter, April 20. This is a lay-led study and discussion. If you have questions or interest in being a part of this study group, please contact Karen Peeler (614-668-6271; karenpeeler42@gmail.com) or Jean Cotting (614 -561-1488; jcot694321@aol.com) Newcomers are welcome.


SERVING TODAY

ADULT FORMATION:

Presiding & Preaching Assisting

The Rev. Richard A. Burnett The Rev. Brian Shaffer OEF Robert Hill Eucharistic Ministers 8:00 a.m. Jeff McNealey 10:30 a.m. Emily Pucker Lectors 8:00 a.m. Bill Case 10:30 a.m. Amy Kohler Director of Music/Liturgist Kevin N. Wines Acolyte 10:30 a.m. Jean Cotting Altar Guild 8:00 a.m. Bunny Johnson 10:30 a.m. Lori Dhiraprasiddhi Ushers 8:00 a.m. Larry Burton 10:30 a.m. Brad Sturm Lenten Decorations Kent A. Phillips Coffee Hour Host 10:30 a.m. David Gould Nursery Volunteers 10:30 a.m. Joel Norris In the Garden Hosts Karen Peeler & The Rev. deniray mueller

Scripture Study continues TODAY at 9:15 a.m. The Revised Common Lectionary graciously appoints three readings (with a Psalm) each Sunday. During the Lenten Sunday liturgies, we will be hearing a Gospel reading and one lesson from either the Old or New Testaments. The third lesson appointed for the day—the one not read in the service—will be explored during Adult Formation class time each Sunday. Following are the lessons to be discussed: TODAY March 23—Exodus 17:1-7 March 30—Ephesians 5:8-14 April 6—Ezekiel 37:1-14 April 13—Philippians 2:5-11

TRINITY EATS: Gather in fellowship and praise

Today

Tuesday, April 8—A Service of Night Prayer & Taizé Chant beautiful candlelit evening service at 6:15 p.m. followed by a light supper of soup and bread in the church meal provided by Worship, Music & Arts

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri M/W/Th T/F

Maundy Thursday, April 17 gathering meal at 6:15 p.m. in the Parish Library meal provided by Worship, Music & Arts service of Holy Eucharist at 7:00 p.m. with the stripping of the altar

Tuesday

Sharing a meal is central to our life together as a church. Join fellow parishioners for meals at the following services:

Easter Day, April 20—Festival Holy Eucharist 8:00 & 10:30 a.m. potluck parish breakfast between the morning liturgies beginning at 9:15 a.m. in the Undercroft—please bring a dish to share sponsored by the Parish Life Ministry Team

THIS WEEK AT TRINITY

8:30 a.m. Choir Rehearsal 9:00 a.m. Alanon meeting 9:15 a.m. Adult Formation in the Parish Library Noon Lay Weeders meeting 2:00 p.m. In the Garden street church 5:45 p.m. Book study group in the Parish Library Regular Weekday Events: 8:00 a.m. Morning Prayers Noon AA & Alanon meetings 12:05 p.m. Noonday Prayer 12:05 p.m. Holy Eucharist Special Events: 10:00 a.m. Parish Staff meeting 7:15 p.m. Lenten School @ St. Stephen’s

LENTEN BOOK STUDY CONTINUES 5:45—7:15 p.m. TODAY in the Parish Library

Please enter through the Lazelle Alley door. Karen Peeler and Jean Cotting would like to invite parishioners to join them in a Lenten study of Richard Rohr's book, FALLING UPWARD: A SPIRITUALITY FOR THE TWO HALVES OF LIFE, continuing until Easter, April 20. This is a lay-led study and discussion. If you have questions or interest in being a part of this study group, please contact Karen Peeler (614-668-6271; karenpeeler42@gmail.com) or Jean Cotting (614 -561-1488; jcot694321@aol.com) Newcomers are welcome.


Global Liberation Theologies

Global Liberation Theologies

A New Theology of Hope

A New Theology of Hope

“So what of the hope of the nonpoor, the nonvictims? I believe Jesus’ resurrection can indeed generate hope for them, for us. But on two conditions, the first has to do with the reality of the nonvictims… they must participate, even if only analogously, in the reality of the victims, so that their death is in some way like that of Jesus, on a cross… The second has to do with our subjectivity: how is it possible to overcome the scandal of death, which seems to put an end to all hope, whether we are poor or nonpoor? The response is inescapably personal. But we can suggest a way: to face up to the greater scandal of the injustice that already brings death to the victims and to try to concur it through our life choices.”

“So what of the hope of the nonpoor, the nonvictims? I believe Jesus’ resurrection can indeed generate hope for them, for us. But on two conditions, the first has to do with the reality of the nonvictims… they must participate, even if only analogously, in the reality of the victims, so that their death is in some way like that of Jesus, on a cross… The second has to do with our subjectivity: how is it possible to overcome the scandal of death, which seems to put an end to all hope, whether we are poor or nonpoor? The response is inescapably personal. But we can suggest a way: to face up to the greater scandal of the injustice that already brings death to the victims and to try to concur it through our life choices.”

- Jon Sobrino, No Salvation Outside the Poor, 2008

A Columbus Deanery Clericus Conversation

- Jon Sobrino, No Salvation Outside the Poor, 2008

A Columbus Deanery Clericus Conversation

with the Rev. Kelly Demo, ecumenical officer in the Diocese of Kansas and field staff representative of Children's International

with the Rev. Kelly Demo, ecumenical officer in the Diocese of Kansas and field staff representative of Children's International

Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.

concluding with Compline

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church 333 S. Drexel Ave., Bexley 43209 The Rev. Kelly Demo has been an itinerant preacher for 15 of her 17 years of ordained ministry, first traveling the dioceses of Kansas and Arkansas as Cannon for Youth and then, for the past seven years, as an advocate for two different international aid organizations. Her passion for this work began when she lived for a year in Sierra Leone, West Africa teaching at an agricultural training center. Since then she has traveled to many South and Central American countries to listen and learn from the stories of those living the reality of poverty. She currently works for Children International as a facilitator and fundraiser. She lives with her husband, Gar, also an Episcopal priest, along with their two practically perfect children, Riley (13) and Asher (9).

concluding with Compline

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church 333 S. Drexel Ave., Bexley 43209 The Rev. Kelly Demo has been an itinerant preacher for 15 of her 17 years of ordained ministry, first traveling the dioceses of Kansas and Arkansas as Cannon for Youth and then, for the past seven years, as an advocate for two different international aid organizations. Her passion for this work began when she lived for a year in Sierra Leone, West Africa teaching at an agricultural training center. Since then she has traveled to many South and Central American countries to listen and learn from the stories of those living the reality of poverty. She currently works for Children International as a facilitator and fundraiser. She lives with her husband, Gar, also an Episcopal priest, along with their two practically perfect children, Riley (13) and Asher (9).


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