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News of Note

  • Grounded In Experience

    by the Reverend Canon Stewart Murray

    This article appears in the October issue of Crosstalk, the newspaper of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.

    When I read the sacred Scriptures I am constantly reminded of how much they are grounded in everyday human experience and that these often mundane set­tings are the means through which the living God reveals His truth. The sacred Scrip­tures are rich with humour, tragedy, doubt, suffering, and the many frailties of be­ing human. We can all see something of ourselves re­flected in them. For example in the Old Testament sto­ries of Abraham and Sarah, there is doubt and humour as Sarah laughs when she overhears the angels tell her aged husband that she will be a mother in spite of her advanced years; jealousy and sibling rivalry abound in the story of Joseph and his broth­ers and in the story of King David and Bathsheba there is tragedy as King David’s lust and abuse of power lead to the death of Bathsheba’s hus­band and the eventual death of his son. The New Testa­ment is also rich in stories that are full of the questions and turmoil that are so much a part of life.
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  • Are you in our community? Join us for ‘Communitea’!

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    Now that fall has arrived again the Parish will be recommencing its longstanding tradition of monthly teas on the third Wednesday of each month. The teas are free to all in the community and will take place from 2pm to 3:30pm in the Parish Hall.

    Upcoming dates are:

    • October 19
    • November 16
    • December 21

    Each tea will have an interesting programme for all to enjoy.

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This Sunday

October 23, 2016

High Mass BAS - Pentecost XXIII / Trinity XXII

Pentecost XXIII / Trinity XXII
Colour: Green
10:30 am Solemn High Mass BAS
Propers: p. 388
Joel 2:23-32
Psalm 65
II Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18
Luke 18:9-14

Music of the Mass:

  • Missa Brevis No. 1 in Eb major – Healey Willan (1880-1968)    (Gloria and Creed – Merbecke)
  • Offertory Motet:    O nata lux – Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)
  • Music at Communion:    O sacrum convivium – Stephanie Martin (b. 1963)
  • Organ Music:    Master Tallis’s Testament – Herbert Howells;     Dialogue sur “Te Deum” (from Six Paraphrases grégoriennes) – Denis Bédard

Choir CD

CD imageThe choir's CD, Exsultate Deo, makes a wonderful gift. Click here for excerpts and an order form.

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