14th July Service Sheet

14th July 2019                                   4th Sunday after Trinity

INTROIT HYMN:  All who would valiant be                                  27

COLLECT: Gracious Father, by the obedience of Jesus you brought salvation to our wayward world; draw us into harmony with your will, that we may find all things restored in him, our Saviour Jesus Christ.

READINGS: Amos 7:7-end; Colossians 1:1-14

PSALM: 82

RESPONSE: Arise, O God, and judge the earth

GRADUAL HYMN: Father, hear the prayer we offer              169

GOSPEL: Luke 10:25-37

OFFERTORY HYMN: Brother, sister, let me serve you                      91

POST COMMUNION PRAYER: Eternal God, comfort of the afflicted and healer of the broken, you have fed us at the table of life and hope: teach us the ways of gentleness and peace, that all the world may acknowledge the kingdom of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

POST COMMUNION HYMN: For all the Saints                                 190

BENEDICITE

This morning (and in the future) the Benedicite that is to be found at the end of the Eucharistic Prayer at the bottom of page 11 in the service booklet will be sung. The music is very similar to that at the beginning of the Sanctus at the top of page 10.

Please remember in your prayers those who are sick

Johan ter Horst, Eva Lund, Barry & Margaret Surie, Beatriz Velasco, Joanne, David, Aubrey Thorold, Veronica Bobby, Sandra Brown, Gary Johnson, Alex Forsyth, Stanislaw Pstragowski, Laurence Smy, and Joan Elliott.

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Psalm 82  

Arise, O God, and judge the earth

God has taken his stand in the council of heaven;

in the midst of the gods he gives his judgement:

‘How long will you judge unjustly

and show such favour to the wicked?

‘You were to judge the weak and the orphan;

 defend the right of the humble and needy;

‘Rescue the weak and the poor;

deliver them from the hand of the wicked.

‘They have no knowledge or wisdom;

they walk on still in darkness:

all the foundations of the earth are shaken.

‘Therefore I say that though you are gods

and all of you children of the Most High,

Nevertheless, you shall die like mortals

and fall like one of their princes.’

Arise, O God and judge the earth,

for it is you that shall take all nations for your possession.

Arise, O God, and judge the earth

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