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Solemn Mass

Harvest Thanksgiving | October 13, 2019 | 10:30 AM

Welcome We acknowledge our presence on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples. Welcome to St. James’, especially if you are a newcomer or visitor. Children of all ages are fully welcome at every liturgy. We hope that you will enjoy your visit here with us. Please help us to get to know you by introducing yourself to one of the clergy.

VISION STATEMENT Discovering the beauty of holiness in our lives and neighbourhood, by living a Christ-centred sacramental life rooted in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. MISSION OBJECTIVES  To be a beacon for all as a neighbourhood and destination church where we invite and welcome friends, family, and strangers into our midst;  To deepen our life of prayer and formation in Christ;  To develop relationships and fellowship in open, honest, and spiritual ways among parishioners, with our neighbours, and those in need;  To pursue and practice justice and mercy for the imparting of the Kingdom of God within and beyond the Parish; To strive to maintain financial equilibrium, develop our reserves, and optimize the use of our assets to ensure the preservation of our sacred space and ministry from generation to generation, to the everlasting glory of God. ______________________________________________________________________ TODAY 8:00 am Morning Prayer, Blessed Sacrament Chapel 8:30 am Low Mass, Lady Chapel 9:15 am Coffee Hour, Parish Centre 10:30 am Solemn Mass, Church 12:00 pm Coffee Hour, Parish Centre 4:00 pm Holy Hour, Evening Prayer & Benediction, Blessed Sacrament Chapel ______________________________________________________________________ This booklet is printed on recycled paper. Discarded copies will be recycled. 2 | SOLEMN MASS

Before Mass Photographs: please respect people’s privacy by refraining from taking photographs or videos of the service without explicit permission. If you require assistance at any time, please speak to one of the welcomers at the Church entrance (narthex).

As a friendly reminder, please turn off all electronic devices that might disrupt worship. In the interest of security, please keep purses and other valuables with you at all times. Washrooms can be accessed through the doors on the left hand side at the back of the Church on the opposite side to the entrance. Your family is welcome at St. James’. There is a play area with toys and colouring books at the back of the Church. The sacrament of reconciliation (confession) is available. Speak with a priest to make an appointment. The Mass booklet contains all the prayers and information required to participate in the Mass. The directions given in this booklet to stand, sit, and kneel are offered as guidelines to those who are able. The symbol + indicates when to make the sign of the Cross. It is also customary to make a discreet bow at the name of Jesus. You are encouraged to take the opportunity before Mass for silence, stillness, and prayer. Please refrain from talking before Mass begins. We adore you, most Holy Lord Jesus Christ here and in all your churches throughout all the world; and we bless you because by your Holy Cross you have redeemed the world. St. Francis of Assisi


A Reflection Prayer of Cardinal John Henry Newman God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have a mission; I may never know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next. I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons; He has not created me for naught. I shall do good – I shall do His work. I shall be an angel of peace while not intending it if I do but keep His commandments. Therefore I will trust Him.

Prayer of Bishop Fintan Monahan, RC Bishop of Killaloe, Ireland “Dear St John Henry Newman, You sought after truth and now you understand it perfectly. Shine a little of that light of understanding on us your brothers and sisters in Christ. Whenever we are becalmed and motionless in despair, Inspire us with a gentle breeze to our backs. Still our compulsion to judge others in the poorest of light. Calm all our anger and save us From the rough seas of frustration. Lead us safely to port and a share in the perfect peace of God’s Kingdom. Amen”

Published in The Irish Times 8 October 2019




Entrance Rite PRELUDE Variations on St George’s Windsor — Sander VanderPloeg At the entrance of the clergy and servers all stand. HYMN 262 Blue Hymn Book (Common Praise) — Come, Ye Thankful People, Come Come, ye thankful people, come, raise the song of harvest home! all is safely gathered in, ere the winter storms begin; God, our maker, doth provide for our wants to be supplied; come to God's own temple, come; raise the song of harvest-home! All the world is God's own field, fruit unto his praise to yield; wheat and weeds together sown, unto joy or sorrow grown; First the blade and then the ear, then the full corn shall appear: Lord of harvest, grant that we wholesome grain and pure may be. For the Lord our God shall come, and shall take his harvest home; from his field shall in that day all offences purge away; give his angels charge at last in the fire the weeds to cast; but the fruitful ears to store in his garner evermore.



Even so, Lord, quickly come to thy final harvest-home! Gather thou thy people in, free from sorrow, free from sin, there forever purified, in thy presence to abide: come, with all thine angels, come, raise the glorious harvest-home.

KYRIE ELEISON Kyrie eleison. Christe eleison. Kyrie eleison.

Lord, have mercy upon us. Christ, have mercy upon us. Lord, have mercy upon us. Missa brevis — Lennox Berkeley





The Lord be with you. And with thy spirit.


Let us pray. Creator of the fruitful earth, thou hast made us stewards of all things. Give us grateful hearts for all thy goodness, and steadfast wills to use thy bounty well, that the whole human family, today and in generations to come, may with us give thanks for the riches of thy creation. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ the Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end, Amen.




The Liturgy of the Word FIRST READING Reader

Be seated A reading from the Second Book of Kings. Naaman, commander of the army of the king of Aram, was a great man and in high favour with his master, because by him the Lord had given victory to Aram. The man, though a mighty warrior, suffered from leprosy. Now the Arameans on one of their raids had taken a young girl captive from the land of Israel, and she served Naaman’s wife. She said to her mistress, ‘If only my lord were with the prophet who is in Samaria! He would cure him of his leprosy.’ When the king of Israel read the letter, he tore his clothes and said, ‘Am I God, to give death or life, that this man sends word to me to cure a man of his leprosy? Just look and see how he is trying to pick a quarrel with me.’ But when Elisha the man of God heard that the king of Israel had torn his clothes, he sent a message to the king, ‘Why have you torn your clothes? Let him come to me, that he may learn that there is a prophet in Israel.’ So Naaman came with his horses and chariots, and halted at the entrance of Elisha’s house. Elisha sent a messenger to him, saying, ‘Go, wash in the Jordan seven times, and your flesh shall be restored and you shall be clean.’ But Naaman became angry and went away, saying, ‘I thought that for me he would surely come out, and stand and call on the name of the Lord his God, and would wave his hand over the spot, and cure the leprosy! Are not Abana and Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? Could I not wash in them, and be clean?’ He turned and went away in a rage. But his servants approached and said to him, ‘Father, if the prophet had commanded you to do something difficult, would you not have done it? How much more, when all he said to you was, “Wash, and be clean”?’ So he went down and immersed himself seven times in the Jordan, according to the word of the man of God; his flesh was restored like the flesh of a young boy, and he was clean. Then he returned to the man of God, he and all his company; he came and stood before him and said, ‘Now I know that there is no God in all the earth except in Israel; please accept a present from your servant.’ 2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15c

Reader All


The word of the Lord. Thanks be to God.


A cantor sings the antiphon first; the people repeat it thereafter.

Be joyful in the Lord, all you lands; serve the Lord with gladness and come before his presence with a song. Know this: The Lord himself is God; he himself has made us, and we are his; we are his people and the sheep of his pasture. Antiphon Enter his gates with thanksgiving; go into his courts with praise; give thanks to him and call upon his name. For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his faithfulness endures from age to age. Antiphon Psalm 100


A reading from the Second Letter of Paul to Timothy. Remember Jesus Christ, raised from the dead, a descendant of David—that is my gospel, for which I suffer hardship, even to the point of being chained like a criminal. But the word of God is not chained. Therefore I endure everything for the sake of the elect, so that they may also obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus, with eternal glory. The saying is sure: If we have died with him, we will also live with him; if we endure, we will also reign with him; if we deny him, he will also deny us; if we are faithless, he remains faithful—for he cannot deny himself. Remind them of this, and warn them before God that they are to avoid wrangling over words, which does no good but only ruins those who are listening. Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved by him, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly explaining the word of truth. 2 Timothy 2:8-15

Reader All

The word of the Lord. Thanks be to God.



A cantor sings the alleluia first; the people repeat it thereafter.

Alleluia. Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem: praise your God, O Zion. Alleluia. He grants peace within your borders: he fills you with the finest wheat. Alleluia. Lauda, Jerusalem (Mode V)


All stand and turn to face the book of the Gospels

Reader All

The Lord be with you. And with thy spirit.

Reader All

The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke. Glory be to thee, O Lord. On the way to Jerusalem Jesus was going through the region between Samaria and Galilee. As he entered a village, ten lepers approached him. Keeping their distance, they called out, saying, ‘Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!’ When he saw them, he said to them, ‘Go and show yourselves to the priests.’ And as they went, they were made clean. Then one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, praising God with a loud voice. He prostrated himself at Jesus’ feet and thanked him. And he was a Samaritan. Then Jesus asked, ‘Were not ten made clean? But the other nine, where are they? Was none of them found to return and give praise to God except this foreigner?’ Then he said to him, ‘Get up and go on your way; your faith has made you well.’ Luke 17:11-19


The Gospel of Christ. Praise be to thee, O Christ.


Be seated Fr. Neil Ferneyhough (At the conclusion of the sermon, silence is kept)






Let us ask the God of creation to send a blessing upon us.


After each petition this response is said: We ask in faith, hear us good Lord.

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After the petition for the departed: + Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord. And may light perpetual shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen.




Let us confess our sin, and the sins of our society, in the misuse of God’s creation.


God our Father, we are sorry for the times when we have used your gifts carelessly, and acted ungratefully. Hear our prayer, and in your mercy: forgive us and help us.


We enjoy the fruits of the harvest, but sometimes forget that you have given them to us. Father, in your mercy: forgive us and help us.


We belong to a people who are full and satisfied, but ignore the cry of the hungry. Father, in your mercy: forgive us and help us.


We are thoughtless, and do not care enough for the world you have made. Father, in your mercy: forgive us and help us.


We store up goods for ourselves alone, as if there were no God and no heaven. Father, in your mercy: forgive us and help us.




Almighty God, our heavenly Father, who of his great mercy hath promised forgiveness of sins to all them that with hearty repentance and true faith turn unto him: have mercy upon you; + pardon and deliver you from all your sins; confirm and strengthen you in all goodness; and bring you to everlasting life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.




The ministers and people may greet one another in the name of the Lord in the customary way. (You may choose not to shake hands at the Peace. A simple exchange of “Peace be with you” with eye contact and a nod, or a bow, is a good substitute.)

The Liturgy of the Holy Eucharist OFFERTORY & PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS

Be seated

The Lord opened the doors of heaven and rained down manna for them to eat; he gave them bread from heaven, so mortals ate the bread of angels, alleluia. Portas cæli (Mode VIII)



The People sing the hymn while the People’s gifts of bread, wine and money are brought forward. HYMN 355 Blue Hymn Book (Common Praise) — All Creatures of Our God and King All creatures of our God and King, lift up your voices, let us sing: alleluia, alleluia! Bright burning sun and golden beams, pale silver moon that gently gleams,

Refrain: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia! 16 | SOLEMN MASS

Great rushing wind and breezes soft, you clouds that ride the heavens aloft, O sing now, Alleluia! Fair rising morn, with praise rejoice; stars nightly shining, find a voice,

(Refrain) Swift flowing water, pure and clear, make music for your Lord to hear, alleluia, alleluia! Fire, so intense and fiercely bright, you give to us both warmth and light,

(Refrain) Earth ever fertile, day by day unfold your blessings on our way, O sing now, alleluia! All flowers and fruit that in you grow, God’s glory let them also show:

(Refrain) All you with mercy in your heart, forgiving others, take your part, alleluia, alleluia! All you that pain and sorrow bear, sing praise and cast on God your care:

(Refrain) And even you, most gentle death, waiting to hush our final breath, O sing now, alleluia! You lead back home the child of God, for Christ our Lord that way has trod:

(Refrain) Let all things their creator bless, and worship God in humbleness, alleluia, alleluia! Praise God the Father, praise the Son, and praise the Spirit, Three-in-One:

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It is right in all times and in all places to thank and praise you Creator of all. We praise you here where the Fraser River meets the Salish Sea, where city and farm, wilderness and industry are side by side. We praise you at a time when the body of earth is broken again and again. We give thanks for our place in the story of salvation. Our ancestors journeyed with you in creation and migration. They depended on the land, were displaced from the land and displaced others from their lands. They knew you in tents and cities, on mountains and by wells, in families and in dreams, and through wilderness prophets who spoke of cedars and listened to ravens. Together with angels and ancestors, orca and salmon, bear and raven, salal and cedar we join our voices with all creation in this ancient honour song:



SANCTUS & BENEDICTUS Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt coeli et terra Gloria tua. Hosanna in excelsis. + Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Hosanna in excelsis.

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts, Heaven and earth are full of thy glory. Glory be to thee, O Lord most high. + Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord: Hosanna in the highest. Missa brevis — Lennox Berkeley




We give thanks to you for Jesus, whose first bed was a feed trough. He was baptized in the Jordan, tested in the wilderness; he traveled in fishing boats and told parables of farmers and seeds, labor and wages, yeast and bread. On the night before he died, Jesus took bread, food of the poor, the work of field and hearth, he gave thanks, broke it and gave it to his friends saying: Take and eat, this is my body, given for you, do this to remember me.+ Again after supper he took the cup of wine, fruit of the land, gave thanks and gave it to his friends saying: This is my blood, which is shed for you. When you do this, do it in memory of me.+ Remembering Jesus’ life, death and resurrection and awaiting his coming kingdom, we offer you this bread and this cup. Creator, send your Spirit on these gifts so that we may know Jesus in them and be gathered together with everyone who shares this sacred meal of justice and community. Fill us with the courage and love of Jesus, that we may strive for justice and peace, respect the dignity of every human being, and safeguard the integrity of creation. Bring us with all your saints to your commonwealth of sparrow and lily, child and beggar which is both now and yet to come in Jesus Christ our Brother.


By whom, and with whom, and in whom, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all honour and glory be yours, Loving Creator, world without end. Amen.





AGNUS DEI Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi: miserere nobis. Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi: miserere nobis Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi: dona nobis pacem.

O Lamb of God, that takest away the sin of the world : have mercy upon us. O Lamb of God, that takest away the sin of the world: have mercy upon us. O Lamb of God, that takest away the sin of the world: grant us thy peace. Missa brevis — Lennox Berkeley


+Behold the Lamb of God, behold him that taketh away the sins of the world. O Lord I am not worthy that thou shouldst come under my roof, but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed. Harvest gifts may be placed on the chancel steps as you go to the altar. All who are baptized and believe Christ present in this sacrament are invited to come forward for communion. Those who wish to receive a blessing, fold your arms rather than holding out your hand for the Sacrament. When coming forward to the altar, please approach from the centre aisle only and follow the directions of the attendant standing at the head of the aisle. Please return to your seat via the side aisles.


O be joyful in the lord, all ye lands: serve the Lord with gladness and come before his presence with a song. Be ye sure that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. O go your way into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise; be thankful unto him, and speak good of his name. For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is everlasting: and his truth endureth form generation to generation. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be: world without end. Amen. Jubilate Deo — Benjamin Britten



Sit or kneel 259 Blue Hymn Book (Common Praise) — For the Fruit of All Creation For the fruit of all creation, thanks be to God; gifts bestowed on every nation, thanks be to God. For the ploughing, sowing, reaping, silent growth while we are sleeping, future needs in earth's safe-keeping, thanks be to God. In the just reward of labour, God's will is done. In the help we give our neighbour, God's will is done. In our worldwide task of caring for the hungry and despairing, in the harvests we are sharing, God's will is done. For the harvests of the Spirit, thanks be to God. For the good we all inherit, thanks be to God. For the wonders that astound us, for the truths that still confound us, most of all that love has found us, thanks be to God.


Concluding Rite PRAYER AFTER COMMUNION Celebrant All

The Lord be with you. And with thy spirit.


Let us pray. God of our hope, in this eucharist we find the source of all thy blessings. Nourished in these holy mysteries may we, with our lives, give thee continual thanks and praise. This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


BLESSING Celebrant


Remain standing The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of God, and of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord: And the blessing of God Almighty, the +Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, be amongst you and remain with you always. Amen. Notices and announcements may be given.


Be Seated

Stand Celebrant





HYMN 619 Blue Hymn Book (Common Praise) — Fairest Lord Jesus Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature, O thou the God-head’s human son: thee will I cherish, thee will I honour, thou, my soul's glory, joy, and crown. Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands, robed in the blooming garb of spring: Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer who makes the troubled heart to sing.

Fair is the sunshine, fairer still the moonlight, and fair the twinkling starry host: Jesus shines brighter, Jesus shines purer than all the angels heaven can boast. All fairest beauty, heavenly and earthly, wondrously, Jesus, is found in thee; none can be nearer, fairer, or dearer than thou, my Saviour, art to me.


Nun danket alle Gott (Cantata 79) — J. S. Bach / arr. Virgil Fox During the postlude you are encouraged to remain quietly in the nave, or to move to the Parish Centre to enjoy coffee hour conversation.


The Thanksgiving gifts on the High Altar, Blessed Sacrament Chapel Altar, and Lady Chapel Altar, are given to the Glory of God with thanks for many blessings, from the Flower Guild.


Please take this booklet away with you to aid in your own reflection, prayers, and for your information.

The Thurible CLERGY NOTES This Sunday in Rome Pope Francis will canonise five new Saints, including John Henry Newman, the 19th century English priest, poet, educationalist, apologist and theologian. Newman is an important figure in the life of both the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches; he had quite a “faith journey,” with significant impact on his contemporaries, and on theological thinking into the 20th century. Born into an Anglican family, he experienced an Evangelical conversion at the age of 15: this sense of the “saving of his soul” remained with him throughout his life, though he soon moved on from this Calvinist theology. A student and then a tutor at Oriel College, Oxford, he was ordained an Anglican priest in 1825, serving parishes in Oxford and continuing as an academic. Throughout his life Newman was concerned to link study of theology with pastoral care and concern. E B Pusey was a tutor and priest alongside him. John Keble, Pusey and Newman soon became leaders of what is now known as the Oxford Movement,

beginning with Keble’s Assize Sermon in 1833 and Newman’s Tracts for the Times, laying the foundations for the AngloCatholic Revival, the tradition within which St. James’ stands. There was a rediscovery of the theology of the early Church Fathers, and a renewed emphasis on the sacraments, which transformed the life of the Anglican Church. His prayer and studies eventually led Newman to becoming a Roman Catholic, in 1845. Ordained an RC priest in 1846, he founded the Birmingham Oratory, where he exercised a pastoral ministry and continued his theological writing. In 1854 he established the Catholic University of Ireland, now University College, Dublin, with an emphasis on “intellectual culture – to reason well in all matters, to reach out towards truth, to grasp it.” In 1879 he was made a Cardinal. His theology was not solely a matter of the mind, but of the heart: “cor ad cor loquitur” (“heart speaks to heart”) was his motto, reflecting

Inform. Inspire. Invite. his love and passion for God and neighbour. Newman may be familiar through some of his hymns Lead, kindly light, Firmly I believe and truly, Praise to the holiest in the height (the latter two from his great poem The Dream of Gerontius). An Irish RC Bishop wrote this week “One can only speculate that the ecumenical movement would have benefitted greatly as a result of his participation. In declaring Newman a saint, the church recognises in him a scholar who is as much of the Anglican tradition as the Catholic tradition. St. John Henry might well be classed as the new patron of ecumenism. This would be a fitting accolade.” (The whole article, “Cardinal John Henry Newman”, in The Irish Times, Tues 8 Oct,, is worth a read.) Fr. Kevin THE THURIBLE | 29

TODAY AT ST. JAMES’ HARVEST THANKSGIVING MORNING PRAYER 8:00 am in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel LOW MASS 8:30 am in the Lady Chapel COFFEE HOUR After Low Mass in the Parish Centre SOLEMN MASS 10:30 am in the Church COFFEE HOUR After Solemn Mass in the Parish Centre HOLY HOUR, EVENING PRAYER & BENEDICTION 4:00 pm in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

OUR PARISH MARLENE WUTTUNEE RIP The 12:10 Mass on Wed. Oct. 16 will be a requiem for Marlene, a faithful parishioner, who died three weeks ago. May she rest in peace. CHORAL EVENSONG & BENEDICTION Sun. Oct 20, 4 pm, Church


INCLUSION & SAFETY Wed. Oct. 23, 1 pm to 2.30 pm in the church. Fr. Matthew will lead a session on how we welcome everyone safely in St. James’. This will be of particular interest to Narthex, to leaders of Morning & Evening Prayer, and to Coffee Hour and Open Church volunteers. Let the office know if you plan to attend: 604-685-2532 or CONCERT Vancouver Cantata Singers Wed. Oct 30, 7 pm St. James’ Music Series is pleased to present the Vancouver Cantata Singers, as they offer a free Open Rehearsal as part of the 16th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival. If you have ever wondered how to teach a choir to sing in perform in perfect harmony, here is a great opportunity to hear some beautiful singing and commentary from Artistic Director, Paula Kremer. This is a free event, but secure your nocost ticket to reserve a seat at ALL SOULS’ REQUIEM Fri. Nov 1 at 6:30 pm The choir will sing the Fauŕe requiem. Please add names to be remembered at the Mass to the list at the back of the church. PARISH MEMBERSHIP NOTICE In preparation for our Stewardship Renewal we want to make sure our Membership Roll is up to date. If you are not already on our parish register, please fill out a yellow Membership Form and put it in the collection plate, or return it to the church office. Forms can be found in the literature holders in the Narthex.

CALL FOR KALENDAR PHOTOGRAPHS Do you have photos from the past year that you think might be good for this year’s Ordo Kalendar? Please email them to Mother Lucy to be included in the selection from which 14 will be chosen! Many thanks. OPEN CHURCH We are in need of a couple of additional volunteers 10 am to 2 pm on Mondays for Open Church. This ministry is one of hospitality and listening with the opportunity to get to know other people from the congregation and greet our neighbours and visitors. Please get in touch with Mother Lucy to find out more.

RELATIONSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS PUBLIC TALK Awareness, Witness, and Joy: Thomas Merton’s Vocation and Ours Wed. Oct. 16, 7:30 pm Canadian Memorial Centre for Peace, 1825 West 16th Ave., Van. Co-sponsored by the Thomas Merton Society of Canada and Canadian Memorial United Church & Centre for Peace This lecture by Christine Bochen will explore the vision that underlies Merton’s vocation and its relevance for us to day. Vocation is grounded in awareness (awakening to the presence of God within self and others and nature); in witness (embracing a way of life that reflects recognizing that we have been made many and one and committing ourselves to justice and peacemaking): and in joy (living with gratitude, delight, and hopefulness). Admission is by donation at the door. Info: / 604-988-8835 /

SILENT RETREAT The Decluttered Soul: Preparing Mind, Body & Spirit for the Season of Advent Nov. 24 -26 On behalf of the North Vancouver Anglican parish of St John's, Deacon Juanita and Contemplative Lay Leader Alison Brookfield are delighted to be organizing and hosting a Silent Retreat at Rivendell Retreat Centre, Bowen Island - to which the greater community are invited. This Silent Retreat will run November 24 through 26th. St John's are delighted that Leah Postman has agreed to be our Retreat's Spiritual Facilitator! Please see both the Retreat Brochure and Retreat registration form, attached. Potential participants: please note there is a pre-requisite of previous experience doing contemplative prayer or attendance at previous silent retreats. All enquiries should be directed to the Retreat Committee: either Rev. Juanita Clark or Alison Brookfield by either calling St. John's church office at 604.986.1151 or emailing Church Administrator Leeann at 604.986.1151. Deacon Juanita can also be reached at







Rom 1:1-7 Ps 98 Lk 11:29-32

Ps 1,2,3 Jer 36:11-26 1 Cor 13:4-13

Ps 4, 7 Mic 7:1-7 Mt 10:5-15

TUES. OCTOBER 15 St. Teresa of Avila, Reformer, 1582

Rom 1:16-25 Ps 19:1-4 Lk 11:37-41

Ps 5, 6 Jer 36:27 – 37:2 1 Cor 14:1-12

Ps 10, 11 Jon 1:1-17a Mt 10:16-23

WED. OCTOBER 16 St. Marie-Marguerite d’Youville, Religious, 1771

Rom 2:1-11 Ps 62:1-9 Lk 11:42-46

Ps 119:1-24 Jer 37:3-21 1 Cor 14:13-25

Ps 12, 13, 14 Jon 1:17 – 2:10 Mt 10:24-33

THU. OCTOBER 17 St. Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, Martyr, c.115

Rom 3:21-31 Ps 130 Lk 11:47-54

Ps 18:1-20 Jer 38:1-13 1 Cor 14:26-33a, 37 -40

Ps 18:21-50 Jon 3:1 – 4:11 Mt 10:34-42

FRI. OCTOBER 18 St. Luke the Evangelist

Sir 38:1-4, 6-10, 12-14 Ps 147:1-7 Lk 4:14-21

Ps 103 Ezek 47:1-12 Lk 1:1-4

Ps 67, 96 Is 52:7-10 Acts 1:1-8

SAT. OCTOBER 19 SS. Isaac Jogues & Jean de Brebeuf, Martyrs in New France, 1646, 1649

Rom 4:13-18 Ps 105:5-10, 42-45 Lk 12:8-12

Ps 20; 21:1-7 2 Kgs 25:8-12, 2226 1 Cor 15:12-29

Ps 110:1-5, 116, 117 Sir 3:17-31 Mt 11:7-15

SUN. OCTOBER 20 Pentecost 19

Gen 32:22-31 Ps 121 2 Tim 3:14 – 4:5 Lk 18:1-8

Ps 148, 149, 150 Jer 29:1, 4-14 Acts 16:6-15

Ps 114, 115 Sir 4:1-10 Lk 10:1-12, 17-20





12:10 pm Mass in the Lady Chapel

TUES. OCTOBER 15 St. Teresa of Avila, Reformer, 1582

5:30 pm Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

WED. OCTOBER 16 St. Marie-Marguerite d’Youville, Religious, 1771

12:10 pm in the Lady Chapel

THU. OCTOBER 17 St. Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, Martyr, c.115

9:30 am in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

FRI. OCTOBER 18 St. Luke the Evangelist

12:10 pm in the Lady Chapel

SAT. OCTOBER 19 SS. Isaac Jogues & Jean de Brebeuf, Martyrs in New France, 1646, 1649 SUN. OCTOBER 20 Pentecost 19

8:30 am Low Mass 10:30 am Solemn Mass 5:00 pm Evening Prayer

Public prayer is offered Monday - Saturday in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel accessed on East Cordova Street through the Chapel Walkway: Morning Prayer 9.00 am. Evening Prayer 5.00 pm. Please be on time since the gate may be closed once prayers have begun. On Sundays: Morning Prayer 8.00 am. in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. Evening Prayer: 5.00 pm. in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, please check the weekly bulletin for exceptions. THE THURIBLE | 33



CLERGY Father Kevin Hunt 778-984-3208 Days off: Friday & Saturday Mother Lucy Price 604-362-9959 Days off: Friday & Saturday Street Outreach: Father Matthew Johnson 604-685-7522 (non-emergency #) Days off: Monday & Saturday Revd Joyce Locht (on sabbatical leave)

Honorary Assistants: Sister Mary Christian Cross, Deacon Father Neil Gray

CLERGY AVAILABILITY Clergy may be contacted through the Office: 604-685-2532. Parish Office hours are: Mon. to Sat. 9 am to 4 pm. For pastoral care and support please contact the Parish Office in the first instance.

PARISH STAFF Office Managers: Linda Adams: Mon – Wed, 9:00 am-4:00 pm Deanna Ferguson: Thu – Sat, 9:00 am-4:00 pm Organist & Choirmaster: Gerald Harder Assistant Organist: PJ Janson Music Series Organizer: Michelle Herrewynen

Custodial Staff: Building Manager, Art Cuthbertson: Mon-Fri, 9:00 am-2:00 pm | 604-329-7567 Darren Campbell, Building Assistant

PARISH COUNCIL Chair: Annie Grant Secretary: Reece Wrightman

PARISH OFFICERS Rector’s Warden: Andrew Campbell, 604-669-1539 Warden: Peggy Smyth Warden: Reece Wrightman, 604-872-4129 Trustee: Kelvin Bee Trustee: Jenny Johnson Trustee: PJ Janson Treasurer: Christopher Orr Envelope Secretary: Philip Green Parish Privacy Officer & Vestry Clerk: Linda Adams Archivist: Paul Stanwood Librarian: Lynann Burton

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Harvest Thanksgiving -- October 13, 2019  

Harvest Thanksgiving -- October 13, 2019