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WELCOME
To christ church
Highfields
“TogeTher
We Walk in chrisT”
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ALL SAINTS
4th November
2012
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ALL SAINTS DAY
'The custom of commemorating all of the
martyrs of the church on a single day goes
back at least to the third century. In
modern practice, All Saints' Day
commemorates not only all the martyrs
but all the people of God, living and dead,
who form the mystical body of Christ.
(Contemporary Worship 6: The Church Year, Calendar
and Lectionary, 1973)
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Service with Communion
Simplified Spoken Form
This Service is adapted from
“Simplified form of the communion
service”
Released by the LCA Commission
on Worship in 1989.
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Opening sentence
M: God has made Christ the head
over all things for the church,
C: which is his body, the fullness
of him who fills all in all.
(Eph 1:22b,23 NRSV)
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Hymn
We sing:
Come, Lord Jesus, come
LHS 731
CAL293
Robin Mann 1949- (1976)
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
Come, Lord Jesus, come into this
weary world.
O, how we long for you to come,
Lord, come.
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
1. Wars have come and wars have
gone;
come, Lord, come!
Still the cry goes up, ‘How long?’
Come, Lord, come!
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
Come, Lord Jesus, come into this
weary world.
O, how we long for you to come,
Lord, come.
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
2. Hearts are breaking, tears fall
down;
come, Lord, come!
Come and free us, we are bound.
Come, Lord, come.
10
Come, Lord Jesus, come
Come, Lord Jesus, come into this
weary world.
O, how we long for you to come,
Lord, come.
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
3. Darkness grows as night wears
on;
come, Lord, come!
Will we live to see the dawn?
Come, Lord, come!
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
Come, Lord Jesus, come into this
weary world.
O, how we long for you to come,
Lord, come.
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
4. Nations rise and nations fall;
come, Lord, come!
God is with us through it all.
Come, Lord, come!
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Come, Lord Jesus, come
Come, Lord Jesus, come into this
weary world.
O, how we long for you to come,
Lord, come.
†
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Preparation
M: We gather to worship in the name of
the Father, and of the Son, and of the
Holy Spirit, our God, our creator, our
redeemer, who walks with us and
promises to be with us every step of
our lives.
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We confess our failings to our
God and to one another:
(left) We have not loved you with
all of our hearts.
(right) We have not loved our
neighbours as ourselves.
(both) We have not responded to
your promise.
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(left) We have put up walls to
keep people at a distance.
(right) We have failed to respond
when someone is hurting.
(both) We have not responded to
your promise.
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(left) We are captured by our
desire for material wealth.
(right) We forget those who do
not have food or shelter.
(both) We have not responded to
your promise.
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(left) We abuse the gifts of your
creation.
(right) We destroy your beauty
out of ignorance and greed.
(both) We have not responded to
your promise.
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(left) We fail to respond to your
call to do justice.
(right) We seek only comfort for
ourselves.
(both) We have not responded to
your promise.
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The song of mercy
KYRIE ELEISON
Larry Olson
1989 Dakota Road Music
ATFG 568
CAL 293
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The song of mercy
(chorus)
Kyrie Eleison on our world and
on our way
Kyrie Eleison ev’ry day
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The song of mercy
1. For peace in the world,
for the health of the church,
for the unity of all
For this holy house,
for all who worship and praise,
let us pray to the Lord! Let us pray to the Lord!
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The song of mercy
(chorus)
Kyrie Eleison on our world and
on our way
Kyrie Eleison ev’ry day
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The song of mercy
2. That we may live out
your impassioned response
to the hungry and the poor
That we may live out truth and
justice and grace,
let us pray to the Lord! –
Let us pray to the Lord!
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The song of mercy
(chorus)
Kyrie Eleison on our world and
on our way
Kyrie Eleison ev’ry day
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The song of mercy
3. For peace in our hearts,
for peace in our homes,
for friends and family
For life and for love,
for our work and our play,
let us pray to the Lord! –
Let us pray to the Lord!
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The song of mercy
(chorus)
Kyrie Eleison on our world and
on our way
Kyrie Eleison ev’ry day
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The song of mercy
4. For your Spirit to guide,
that you centre our lives
in the water and the word
That you nourish our souls with
your body and blood,
let us pray to the Lord! –
Let us pray to the Lord!
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The song of mercy
(chorus)
Kyrie Eleison on our world and
on our way
Kyrie Eleison ev’ry day
†
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God pronounces his
forgiveness on us
(We say together and to one another..)
C: We are broken but God’s promises
are not. Through the life, death, and
resurrection of Jesus Christ, and
through our faith in him, our sins are
forgiven.
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Liturgy of the
 WORD 
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GREETING
M: The Lord be with you
C: And also with you.
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PRAYER OF THE DAY
M: Let us pray.
C: Almighty God, you bring your
people together in one holy
church, the body of our Lord.
Lead us to follow your saints and
to know the inexpressible joys
that you have prepared for those
who love you.
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PRAYER OF THE DAY
We ask this through your Son,
Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives
and reigns with you and the Holy
Spirit,
one God, now and forever.
Amen.
36
First reading
R. The first reading for All Saints Day is
written in Chapter 25 of Isaiah beginning
at verse 6.
Isaiah 25:6-9 CEV
God prepares a banquet for the peoples
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Isaiah 25; 6-9
6On
this mountain the LORD AllPowerful will prepare
for all nations a feast of the finest foods.
Choice wines and the best meats will
be served.
7Here the LORD will strip away the
burial clothes
that cover the nations.
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Isaiah 25; 6-9
8The
LORD All-Powerful will destroy the
power of death
and wipe away all tears.
No longer will his people be insulted
everywhere.
The LORD has spoken!
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Isaiah 25; 6-9
9At
that time, people will say, "The LORD
has saved us!
Let's celebrate. We waited and hoped
now our God is here."
This is the word of the Lord.
C: Thanks be to God
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Psalm 24 CEV
Who can enter the Lord’s Temple?
R: The Psalm is Psalm 24
1The earth and everything on it belong to
the LORD. The world and its people
belong to him.
C:The LORD placed it all on the
oceans and rivers.
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Psalm 24
R: 3Who may climb the LORD'S hill or
stand in his holy temple?
C: Only those who do right for the
right reasons, and don't worship idols
or tell lies under oath.
R: The LORD God, who saves them, will
bless and reward them,
C: 6because they worship and serve
the God of Jacob
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Psalm 24
R: 7Open the ancient gates, so that the
glorious king may come in.8Who is this
glorious king?
C: He is our LORD, a strong and
mighty warrior.
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Psalm 24
R: 9Open the ancient gates, so that the
glorious king may come in.10Who is this
glorious king?
C: He is our LORD, the All-Powerful!
Glory to the Father and the Son, and
the Holy Spirit,
As it was in the beginning is now, and
will be for ever. Amen.
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Second READING
R: The second reading is written in
Chapter twenty one of Revelations
beginning at verse one.
Revelation 21:1-6a
The new heaven and the new earth
CEV
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Revelations 21: 1 - 6
I saw a new heaven and a new earth.
The first heaven and the first earth
had disappeared, and so had the
sea. 2Then I saw New Jerusalem,
that holy city, coming down from God
in heaven. It was like a bride dressed
in her wedding gown and ready to
meet her husband.3I heard a loud
voice shout from the throne:
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Revelations 21: 1 - 6
God's home is now with his people. He
will live with them, and they will be
his own. Yes, God will make his
home among his people. 4He will
wipe all tears from their eyes, and
there will be no more death,
suffering, crying, or pain. These
things of the past are gone forever.
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Revelations 21: 1 - 6
5Then
the one sitting on the throne
said:
I am making everything new. Write
down what I have said. My words are
true and can be trusted. 6Everything is
finished! I am Alpha and Omega, the
beginning and the end..
This is the word of the Lord.
C: Thanks be to God
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Gospel
John 11:32-44
Jesus raises Lazarus to life
M: The Holy Gospel is written in
Chapter 11 of the Gospel according to
St John beginning at verse 32.
C: Glory to you O Lord
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John 11: 32 - 44
M: 32Mary went to where Jesus was.
Then as soon as she saw him, she
knelt at his feet and said, "Lord, if you
had been here, my brother would not
have died." 33When Jesus saw that
Mary and the people with her were
crying, he was terribly upset 34and
asked, "Where have you put his
body?" They replied, "Lord, come
and you will see."
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John 11: 32 - 44
."35Jesus started crying, 36and the
people said, "See how much he
loved Lazarus."37Some of them said,
"He gives sight to the blind. Why
couldn't he have kept Lazarus from
dying?" 38Jesus was still terribly
upset. So he went to the tomb, which
was a cave with a stone rolled
against the entrance.
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John 11: 32 - 44
39Then
he told the people to roll the
stone away. But Martha said, "Lord,
you know that Lazarus has been
dead four days, and there will be a
bad smell." 40Jesus replied, "Didn't I
tell you that if you had faith, you
would see the glory of God?"
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John 11: 32 - 44
41After
the stone had been rolled aside,
Jesus looked up toward heaven and
prayed, "Father, I thank you for
answering my prayer. 42I know that
you always answer my prayers. But I
said this, so that the people here
would believe that you sent me."
43When Jesus had finished praying, he
shouted, "Lazarus, come out!"
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John 11: 32 - 44
44The
man who had been dead came
out. His hands and feet were wrapped
with strips of burial cloth, and a cloth
covered his face. Jesus then told the
people, "Untie him and let him go."
This is the Gospel of the Lord
C: Praise to you O Christ.
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aposTles’ creeD
C: I believe in God, the Father
almighty, maker of heaven and
earth.
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aposTles’ creeD
And in Jesus Christ, his only Son our
Lord, who was conceived by the
Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilate, was
crucified, dead, and buried. He
descended into hell. The third day
he rose again from the dead.
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aposTles’ creeD
He ascended into heaven, and sits at
the right hand of God, the Father
almighty, from thence he will come
to judge the living and the dead.
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aposTles’ creeD
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy
Christian* church, the communion of
saints, the forgiveness of sins, the
resurrection of the body, and the life
everlasting. Amen
* Christian or ‘catholic’ here means ‘universal’
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Hymn
We sing:
Lord of all hopefulness
LHS 870
CAL293
Jan Struther 1901-1953
•
Lord of all hopefulness
1. Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of
all joy,
whose trust, ever childlike, no
cares could destroy:
Be there at our waking and give
us, we pray,
your bliss in our hearts, Lord, at
the break of the day.
Lord of all hopefulness
2. Lord of all eagerness, Lord of
all faith,
whose strong hands were skilled
at the plane and the lathe:
Be there at our labours and give
us, we pray,
your strength in our hearts, Lord,
at the noon of the day.
Lord of all hopefulness
3. Lord of all kindliness, Lord of
all grace,
your hands swift to welcome, your
arms to embrace:
Be there at our homing and give
us, we pray,
your love in our hearts, Lord, at
the eve of the day.
Lord of all hopefulness
4. Lord of all gentleness, Lord of
all calm,
whose voice is contentment,
whose presence is balm:
Be there at our sleeping and give
us, we pray,
your peace in our hearts, Lord, at
the end of the day.
†
Sermon
Today's Message
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I am the Bread of life
We Sing:
I Am the Bread of Life
AT: 167
CAL: 293
S.Suzanne Toolan
* Based on John 6:35—69
I am the bread of life
1. I am the Bread of life;
Those who come to Me shall not
hunger;
Those who believe in Me shall not
thirst.
No one can come to Me
Unless the Father draws them.
I am the bread of life
Chorus:
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up
On the last day.
I am the bread of life
2. The bread that I will give
Is My flesh for the life of the world,
And those who eat of this bread —
They shall live for ever,
They shall live for ever:
I am the bread of life
Chorus:
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up
On the last day.
I am the bread of life
3. Unless you eat
Of the flesh of the Son of man,
And drink of His blood,
And drink of His blood,
You shall not have life within you:
I am the bread of life
Chorus:
And I will raise you up,
And I will raise you up,
And I will raise you up
On the last day.
I am the bread of life
4. I am the resurrection,
I am the life.
Those who believe in Me,
Even if they die,
They shall live for ever:
I am the bread of life
Chorus:
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up
On the last day.
I am the bread of life
5. Yes, Lord, we believe
That You are the Christ,
The Son of God, Who has come
Into the world:
I am the bread of life
Chorus:
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up,
And I will raise them up
On the last day.
†
Offering prayer
C: Merciful god, you have saved us
and called us to a holy life.
Let our faith be shown in service to
you and love to other people.
Amen.
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PRAYER OF THE CHURCH
Call to prayer
M: God has raised Jesus Christ to sit
at his right hand.
Let us therefore pray to our Father in
heaven through his Son for all the
world and all the saints.
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PRAYER OF THE CHURCH
Response
M: God of all saints,
C: Lead us to your kingdom.
Concluding prayer
M: God of life, we give thanks for the
love you have shown to the world
through all your saints, and we
celebrate our continuing communion
with them in love and prayer.
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PRAYER OF THE CHURCH
Response
Hear the prayers of all your saints for
the sake our Lord Jesus Christ, who
lives and reigns with you and the Holy
Spirit, one God, now and forever.
C: Amen.
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MEMORIAL RITE
FOR THOSE
WHO HAVE DIED
IN THE FAITH
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INTRODUCTION
M: Grace and peace to you from
Jesus Christ, who is the faithful
witness, the firstborn from the
dead and the ruler of the kings of
the earth.
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INTRODUCTION
Friends in Christ: Today we remember
members of this congregation and
our Christian friends and relatives
whom our heavenly Father has called
out of this life. We remember them
and thank God for the gifts he has
given us through them.
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WORD OF GOD
M: Our Lord Jesus Christ says:
Do not be worried and upset. Believe in
God and believe also in me. There
are many rooms in my Father's
house, and I am going to prepare a
place for you. I would not tell you this
if it were not so.
(John 14:1,2 TEV)
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WORD OF GOD
And the apostle John says:
I heard a voice from heaven saying,
'Write this: Blessed are the dead who
from now on die in the Lord'. 'Yes',
says the Spirit, 'they will enjoy rest
from their labours, because the
results of their service goes with
them'.
(Rev 14:13 composite)
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PRAYER
M: Let us pray.
Gracious heavenly Father, we praise
you for the glorious company of the
saints who have finished the course of
their lives in faith, and now rest with
you from all their work.
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PRAYER
We thank you today for those who have
departed from this life and remember
them in gratitude before you.
Sustain us in life and death, and let
perpetual light shine on us and on all
your faithful people.
C: Amen.
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BLESSING
M: Blessed are those who mourn, for
they will be comforted.
And the peace of God, which passes all
understanding, keep your hearts and
minds safe in Christ Jesus.
C: Amen.
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Lighting of the Memorial
Candles
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LITURGY
OF THE
LORD'S SUPPER
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PREFACE
M: The Lord be with you.
C: And also with you.
M: Lift up your hearts.
C: We lift them to the Lord.
M: Let us give thanks to the Lord our
God.
C: It is right to give our thanks and
praise.
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PREFACE
M: It is indeed right and good,
Lord God, holy Father,
that we should at all times and in all
places give thanks to you,
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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PREFACE
In your saints you have given
us a pledge of our inheritance that,
surrounded by such a cloud of
witnesses, we may run with
perseverance the race that is set
before us and receive with them
the unfading crown of glory.
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PREFACE
And so, with angels and
archangels,
and with all the company of heaven,
we adore and praise your glorious
name:
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HOLY, HOLY, HOLY
C: Holy, holy, holy Lord,
God of power and might;
heaven and earth are full of your
glory
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The lorD’s prayer
C: Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name, your
kingdom come, your will be done,
on earth as in heaven. Give us today
our daily bread. Forgive us our sins
as we forgive those who sin against
us.
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The lorD’s prayer
Lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For the kingdom, the power, and
the glory are yours now and
forever. Amen.
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WORDS OF INSTITUTION
M: Our Lord Jesus Christ,
on the night when he was betrayed,
took bread, and when he had given
thanks, he broke it and gave it to his
disciples, and said: Take and eat; this
is † my body, which is given for you.
Do this in remembrance of me.
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WORDS OF INSTITUTION
M: In the same way he took
the cup, after the supper, and when he
had given thanks, he gave it to them,
and said, Drink of it, all of you; this is †
my blood of the new covenant, which is
shed for you for the forgiveness of sins.
Do this, as often as you drink it, in
remembrance of me.
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Communion invitation
M: Jesus says “I am the bread of life.
Whoever comes to me will never be
hungry, and whoever believes in me
will never be thirsty.”
C: Thanks be to God.
M: Come, everything is ready
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DISTRIBUTION
During the distribution
the Minister or his assistant says:
Take and eat,
this is the body of Christ,
given for you.
Take and drink,
this is the blood of Christ,
shed for you
for the forgiveness of sins.
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DISMISSAL
M: The body of our Lord Jesus
Christ and his precious blood
strengthen and preserve you in
body and soul to life eternal. Go in
peace.†
C: Amen.
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POST-COMMUNION Prayer
M: Let us pray.
C: Almighty God, you bring your
people together in one holy
communion, the body of our Lord.
Lead us to follow your saints and
to know the inexpressible joys that
you have prepared for those who
love you.
102
POST-COMMUNION Prayer
We ask this through your Son,
Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives
and reigns with you and the Holy
Spirit, one God, now and forever.
Amen.
103
CONCLUSION : BLESSING
M: The Lord bless you and keep you.
The Lord make his face shine on you
and be gracious to you.
The Lord look upon you with favour,†
and give you peace.
C: Amen.
104
DISMISSAL
M: Go in peace. Treat others just as
you want to be treated.
C: In the name of Christ. Amen.
105
Closing hymn
We sing our closing hymn:
LORD OF OUR DAYS
AT: 1.
CAL: 293
Doug Simper & Neil Quintrell
© 1974 From “Songs of the People of
God Vol 2.”
106
LORD OF OUR DAYS
Chorus:
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, for ever, Your people
we are.
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, forever, Your people
We are.
107
LORD OF OUR DAYS
1. From many parts you fashion
one history,
A people of God created to hold
For all mankind the myst’ry of faith,
Lord or your days, your people we
are.
108
LORD OF OUR DAYS
2. From many wills you fashion
community,
A people of God created to love;
Being for man the promise of hope,
Lord of our days, your people we
are.
109
LORD OF OUR DAYS
Chorus:
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, for ever, Your people
we are.
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, forever, Your people
we are.
110
LORD OF OUR DAYS
3. From many calls you fashion one
destiny,
A people of God created to be
For all mankind the body of Christ,
Lord of our days, your people we
are.
111
LORD OF OUR DAYS
4. From many dreams you fashion a
unity,
A people of God created to serve;
Bringing to man the witness of love.
Lord of our days, your people we
are.
112
LORD OF OUR DAYS
Chorus:
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, for ever, Your people
we are.
Lord of our days, Lord of yesterday,
Lord, our Lord, forever, Your people
we are.
†
113
go in peace
Treat others just as you
want to be treated
114
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