May, 2017 Service Schedule

 

May 7 May 14 May 21 May 28
Easter 4 Easter 5 Easter 6 Ascension Day (observed)
Lections:
Prayers of the People Form I Form I Form I Form I
1st Lesson Acts 7:55-60 Acts 17:22-31 Acts 1:1-11
Psalm Psalm 31:1-5, 15-16 Psalm 66:7-18 Psalm 47
2nd Lesson 1 Peter 2:19-25 1 Peter 2:2-10 1 Peter 3:13-22 Ephesians 1:15-23
Gospel John 10:1-10 John 14:1-14 John 14:15-21 Luke 24:44-53
8:00 AM, Chapel
Crucifer Skyla Garrigan Doug Hausler Bob Andrews Doug Hausler
Chalice Laura Geary Carol Bilsbury Al Thomas Peter DeChane
Lector/Litanist Laura Geary Donald Van Dyne Al Thomas Angie Eagan
10:00 AM, Sanctuary
Crucifier Elizabeth Meinhardt Sarah Meinhardt Nate Psilopoulos William Meinhardt
Server Justin Charbonnier Ethan Andrews Justin Charbonnier Elizabeth Meinhardt
Torch Bearer Jenna Favreau William Meinhardt Melanie Charbonnier Heather Anderson
Litanist Lynne McSheehy Lois Freeman Lynne McSheehy Bob Andrews
Chalice 1 Laura Marshall Bob Andrews Erik Forsberg Lois Freeman
Chalice 2 Lissie Bates-Haus Connie Pawelczak Valerie Cowart Laura Marshall
Lector 1 Ann Gilbert Mary Cooney Lissie Bates-Haus Ann Gilbert
Lector 2 Dave Kuzara Sally Warren Janet Redman Bob Friesner
Ushers Dave Sneden
Darren Collins
Cole Garrigan
Beth-Anne Economou
Andrew Barry
Steve Sullivan
Dave Sneden
Steve Sullivan
Greeters Peggy West
Midge Wilson
Lynne McSheehy
Margie Lane
Tracey Blanchet
Craig Blanchet
Adrienne Spear
Andrew Orndoff
Altar Guild Melanie Hickox
Liz Landers
Bob and Kate Friesner
Bread Matt Hickox
Linda Coles
Adrienne Spear
Bread: Clem Cole
Linda Coles
Adrienne Spear
Bread: Clem Cole
Carol Douglas
Karen Kowalski
Diane Olbert
Bread: Clem Cole
Counters Tom Richert
Nicolas Charbonnier
Karen Kowalski
Laura Geary
Bob Camacho
Steve Sullivan
Darren Collins
Richard Coles
Laura Barry
Adreienne Spear
Scott Bempkins
Eric Johnson

 

 

Prayers of the People – Scottish Liturgy1982 (Form 1)

Through Jesus, whom we confess as Lord,

we give thanks and praise to the Father,

calling on him who is judge of all:

Father, your kingdom come.

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For all the peoples of the world;

that they may know you as the God of peace,

we pray to you, O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For nations, for leaders and governments;

that integrity may mark all their dealings,

we pray to you O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For all who labour for righteousness;

that your presence and help may give them courage,

we pray to you, O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For communities torn by dissension and strife;

that your forgiveness may bring them healing,

we pray to you, O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

 

For the anxious, the lonely, the bereaved;

that consolation and peace may be theirs,

we pray to you, O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For the Church, your household and family;

that she may be firm in the confession of her hope,

we pray to you, O Lord:

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For … our Bishop, and for all who bear Christ’s name;

that their lives may proclaim your glory,

we pray to you, o Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

For those who are separated from us by death;

that theirs may be the kingdom which is unshakeable,

we pray to you, O Lord:

 

Father, your kingdom come.

 

O God of peace,

who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus,

that great Shepherd of the sheep:

make us complete in all goodness to do your will

and to be what you would have us be;

through him to whom be glory for ever,

Jesus Christ our Lord.

 

Amen.