Services for week beginning Sunday, 11 September 2016

St Columba’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Largs

Charity no: SC004796     CCLI: 278491

Pentecost 17                                                                                     11 September 2016

Readings:  Exodus 32:7-14;  Luke 15:1-10

Collect:  Guard your Church, O Lord, with your perpetual mercy: and since without your aid we lose our way, draw us always, by your help, away from harm, and steer us towards salvation; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you,                          in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end.

Post Communion:  Almighty God, you have taught us through your Son that love is the fulfilling of the law; grant that we may love you with our whole heart and our neighbour as ourselves; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Matins – First Collect:  O Lord, we beseech thee, let thy continual pity cleanse and defend thy Church; and, because it cannot continue in safety without thy succour, preserve it evermore by thy help and goodness; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

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Hymns for 11.00am Choral Matins

Bramma responses

Introit:   357   All people that on earth do dwell’

Venite

Psalm 51:1-11

Te Deum

Jubilate Deo

Hymn:  807   ‘Thine forever, God of love’ omitting * verse

Hymn:  587   ‘Amazing grace!  How sweet the sound’ omitting * verse

Hymn:  666   ‘I cannot tell why he whom angels worship’

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Services and Meetings 

Sunday, 11 September:

8.00am Said Eucharist (1982. Eucharistic Prayer I, page 6)       

11.00am Choral Matins (Scottish Prayerbook 1929)

6.30pm Evening Prayer (Scottish Prayerbook 1929)

Monday, 12 September:

10.00am Largs Monday Toddlers

Wednesday, 14 September:  Holy Cross Day

10.00am Said Eucharist (Scottish Liturgy 1970) 

6.00pm Columba’s Creatives

7.30pm Church Book Group

Thursday, 15 September:

7.30pm Choir Practice

Saturday, 17 September:

12.00noon Fr Alec’s Golden Jubilee Mass

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