'Courage is what it takes to stand up; courage is also
what it takes to sit down and listen'.
Winston Churchill
Welcome to all who worship here today — visitors, newcomers and regulars alike. Visiting
communicants, of whatever Christian tradition, are invited to receive communion here.
Gluten-free communion wafers are available on request at all Eucharistic services in this Cathedral.
Please enquire of the Sidesmen or Servers for directions to the distribution.
Information about St John’s Cathedral and its ministries can be found at the Welcoming Table after
the 9.00 am service, on the notice boards and on the website:
Clergy are here to listen and help - please feel free to speak to one of them after the services, or
make contact during the week: St John’s Cathedral, 4 – 8 Garden Road, Central. (花園道4-8號)
Tel: 2523 4157, Fax: 2521 7830
Please turn off your mobile phone or switch to SILENT.
Today at the Cathedral
8.00am Said Eucharist
Celebrant and Preacher
2 Corinthians 9.6-15
The Revd Jenny Wong Nam
Letty Awingan
9.00am Sung Eucharist (Please see separate order of service)
(Communion setting by Noel Rawsthorne) (Guest Conductor: Larry Monson)
The Revd Will Newman
Introit Hymn
259 Come, ye thankful people, come
First Reading
Deuteronomy 8.7-18
Andrea But
Second Reading
2 Corinthians 9.6-15
Alpha But
Gradual Hymn
493 Rejoice, O land, in God thy might
Gospel Reading
Luke 12.16-30
The Revd John Chynchen
The Revd Jenny Wong Nam
Victoria Lin
The Peace
Offertory Hymn
261 To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise
The eyes of all wait upon thee (Jean Berger)
Psalm 23 (Gwyneth Walker)
Communion Hymn 260 Fair waved the golden corn
Recessional Hymn 262 We plough the fields, and scatter
10.30am Sung Eucharist (This service is held in Mandarin)
The Revd Peter Koon
The Revd Philip Wickeri
11.45am Choral Mattins
(Preces and Responses by Tomkins)
The Revd Will Newman
259 Come, ye thankful people, come
(chant in C by John Stainer)
138 (chant in F by John Stainer) (See Page 6)
First Reading
Isaiah 50.4-10
Kevin She
In F (John Ireland)
Te Deum
Second Reading
Luke 13.22-30
The Revd Will Newman
In F (John Ireland)
The eyes of all wait upon thee (Jean Berger)
261 To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise
Professor Donn Morgan
262 We plough the fields, and scatter
2.00pm Sung Eucharist (This service is held in Tagalog)
Celebrant and Preacher
The Revd Dwight dela Torre
6.00pm ‘Fresh Expressions’ Service (Please see separate order of service)
The Revd John Chynchen
Evening Prayer on Sunday
Hwyrol Weddi ar ddydd Sul*
The Poetry of R. S. Thomas † The Music of William Mathias
Die Konzertisten and the Hong Kong Welsh Male Voice Choir
Saturday 11th October 2014
12.30pm Said Eucharist (This service was held in Tagalog)
Celebrant and Preacher
The Revd Dwight dela Torre
6.00pm Sung Eucharist (This service was held in Cantonese)
Celebrant and Preacher
The Revd Wu Wai Ho
A Prayer for Hong Kong
Lord God, we ask for your blessing on the people of the Hong
Kong SAR: at this time of divided opinions strengthen those who
work for mutual understanding; make our hearts open to hear
and embrace those who hold different views from ourselves; and
may our leaders work together to seek the common good. We
pray in the name of one who spread healing and reconciliation
among all people, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Collect, Post Communion Prayer, Readings and Music
for the 8.00am, 9.00am and 6.00pm services
The Collect for Harvest Festival
Eternal God, you crown the year with your goodness and you give us the fruits of
the earth in their season: grant that we may use them to your glory, for the relief
of those in need and for our own well-being; through Jesus Christ your Son our
Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God,
now and for ever. Amen.
Post Communion for Harvest Festival
Lord of the harvest, with joy we have offered our thanksgiving for your love in
creation and have shared in the bread and wine of the kingdom: by your grace
plant within us a reverence for all that you give us and make us generous and
wise stewards of the good things we enjoy; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
First Reading: Deuteronomy 8.7-18
For the LORD your God is bringing you into a good land, a land with flowing
streams, with springs and underground waters welling up in valleys and hills, a
land of wheat and barley, of vines and fig trees and pomegranates, a land of olive
trees and honey, a land where you may eat bread without scarcity, where you will
lack nothing, a land whose stones are iron and from whose hills you may mine
copper. You shall eat your fill and bless the LORD your God for the good land that
he has given you.
Take care that you do not forget the LORD your God, by failing to keep his
commandments, his ordinances, and his statutes, which I am commanding you
today. When you have eaten your fill and have built fine houses and live in them,
and when your herds and flocks have multiplied, and your silver and gold is
multiplied, and all that you have is multiplied, then do not exalt yourself,
forgetting the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of
the house of slavery, who led you through the great and terrible wilderness, an
arid waste-land with poisonous* snakes and scorpions. He made water flow for
you from flint rock, and fed you in the wilderness with manna that your ancestors
did not know, to humble you and to test you, and in the end to do you good. Do
not say to yourself, ‘My power and the might of my own hand have gained me
this wealth.’ But remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you power
to get wealth, so that he may confirm his covenant that he swore to your ancestors, as he is doing today.
This is the Word of the Lord.
Thanks be to God.
Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 9.6-15
The one who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the one who sows
bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each of you must give as you have made up
your mind, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.
And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so that by
always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good
work. As it is written,
‘He scatters abroad, he gives to the poor;
his righteousness* endures for ever.’
He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will supply and multiply
your seed for sowing and increase the harvest of your righteousness. You will be
enriched in every way for your great generosity, which will produce thanksgiving
to God through us; for the rendering of this ministry not only supplies the needs
of the saints but also overflows with many thanksgivings to God. Through the
testing of this ministry you glorify God by your obedience to the confession of the
gospel of Christ and by the generosity of your sharing with them and with all
others, while they long for you and pray for you because of the surpassing grace
of God that he has given you. Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!
This is the Word of the Lord.
Thanks be to God.
Gospel Reading: Luke 12.16-30
Then Jesus told them a parable: ‘The land of a rich man produced abundantly.
And he thought to himself, “What should I do, for I have no place to store my
crops?” Then he said, “I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build larger
ones, and there I will store all my grain and my goods. And I will say to my soul,
Soul, you have ample goods laid up for many years; relax, eat, drink, be merry.”
But God said to him, “You fool! This very night your life is being demanded of
you. And the things you have prepared, whose will they be?” So it is with those
who store up treasures for themselves but are not rich towards God.’
He said to his disciples, ‘Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what
you will eat, or about your body, what you will wear. For life is more than food,
and the body more than clothing. Consider the ravens: they neither sow nor reap,
they have neither storehouse nor barn, and yet God feeds them. Of how much
more value are you than the birds! And can any of you by worrying add a single
hour to your span of life? If then you are not able to do so small a thing as that,
why do you worry about the rest? Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither
toil nor spin; yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one
of these. But if God so clothes the grass of the field, which is alive today and
tomorrow is thrown into the oven, how much more will he clothe you—you of
little faith! And do not keep striving for what you are to eat and what you are to
drink, and do not keep worrying. For it is the nations of the world that strive after all these things, and your Father knows that you need them.
This is the Gospel of the Lord.
Praise to you, O Christ.
Psalm 138 (11.45am)
1. I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, with my whole heart * even before the
gods will I sing praise unto thee.
2. I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy Name, because of thy loving-kindness and truth * for thou hast magnified thy Name, and thy Word, above
all things.
3. When I called upon thee, thou heardest me * and enduedst my soul with much
4. All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O Lord * for they have heard the
words of thy mouth.
5. Yea, they shall sing in the ways of the Lord * that great is the glory of the Lord.
6. For though the Lord be high, yet hath he respect unto the lowly * as for the
proud, he beholdeth them afar off.
7. Though I walk in the midst of trouble, yet shalt thou refresh me * thou shalt
stretch forth thy hand upon the furiousness of mine enemies, and thy right hand
shall save me.
8. The Lord shall make good his loving-kindness toward me * yea, thy mercy, O
Lord, endureth for ever; despise not then the works of thine own hands.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son * and to the Holy Ghost;
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be * world without end. Amen.
First Reading (11.45am): Isaiah 50.4-10
The servant of the LORD said:
The Lord GOD has given me
the tongue of a teacher,
that I may know how to sustain
the weary with a word.
Morning by morning he wakens – wakens my ear
to listen as those who are taught.
The Lord GOD has opened my ear,
and I was not rebellious, I did not turn backwards.
I gave my back to those who struck me,
and my cheeks to those who pulled out the beard;
I did not hide my face
from insult and spitting.
The Lord GOD helps me;
therefore I have not been disgraced;
therefore I have set my face like flint,
and I know that I shall not be put to shame;
he who vindicates me is near.
Who will contend with me?
Let us stand up together.
Who are my adversaries?
Let them confront me.
It is the Lord GOD who helps me;
who will declare me guilty?
All of them will wear out like a garment;
the moth will eat them up.
Who among you fears the LORD
and obeys the voice of his servant,
who walks in darkness
and has no light,
yet trusts in the name of the LORD
and relies upon his God?
Here endeth the first reading.
Second Reading: Luke 13.22-30
Jesus went through one town and village after another, teaching as he made his
way to Jerusalem. Someone asked him, ‘Lord, will only a few be saved?’ He said
to them, ‘Strive to enter through the narrow door; for many, I tell you, will try to
enter and will not be able. When once the owner of the house has got up and shut
the door, and you begin to stand outside and to knock at the door, saying, “Lord,
open to us”, then in reply he will say to you, “I do not know where you come
from.” Then you will begin to say, “We ate and drank with you, and you taught in
our streets.” But he will say, “I do not know where you come from; go away from
me, all you evildoers!” There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth when you see
Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, and
you yourselves thrown out. Then people will come from east and west, from
north and south, and will eat in the kingdom of God. Indeed, some are last who
will be first, and some are first who will be last.’
Here endeth the second reading.
‘Man’s real need is for someone to listen to him,
not as a ‘patient’ but as a human soul…’
Taylor Caldwell
Christian Listening responds to this need. Christian Listening is a training
programme offered by Christian Listening Hong Kong Ltd. (material from UK’s
Acorn Christian Healing Foundation). Learn the skills involved in listening
and apply them in your daily life to deepen your spirituality and improve the
quality of your relationships.
Mrs Linda Lui will lead her team of tutors to give 5 talks at St John’s Cathedral
on Thursdays, beginning on 23rd October, 2014 at 7.30pm.
Course Content:
23rd Oct
30th Oct to 20th Nov
Introduction to Christian Listening (1 session)
Learning to Listen (4 sessions)
All are welcome. To register, please contact Elisa at 2523 4157 or email to
[email protected]
Anglican Cycle of Prayer
Please pray for The Church of the Province of West Africa and The Most Revd Dr
Daniel Sarfo, Primate & Metropolitan, CPWA; Archbishop of the Internal Province
of Ghana and Bishop of Kumasi.
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican Church of Hong Kong) Cycle of
Please pray for Paul, our Primate and Archbishop; Peter, Archbishop Emeritus;
Andrew, Bishop of Western Kowloon; Timothy, Bishop-elect of Eastern Kowloon
and all the faithful members of the HKSKH, both clerical and lay.
Diocesan Cycle of Prayer
Pray for HKSKH St Luke’s Church and the Revd Tsui Yuk Fan; for the ‘Alpha
Course’; for the members of the Bible Study Group; for spiritual growth of the
parishioners in St Luke’s Church; for caring ministries in the community; for
evangelical work for students and their parents in SKH Liu Ming Choi Primary
School; for the development of elderly ministries in SKH St Luke’s Pastoral
SJC Cycle of Prayer
Pray for St John’s Cathedral, Emmanuel Church, Pokfulam, Discovery Bay Church
and St Stephen’s Chapel, Stanley; for Dean Matthias and the Chaplains/Priests-in
Charge. Pray for Mission For Migrant Workers, Helpers For Domestic Helpers and
HIV Education Centre. .
Prayer Requests
Please pray for Felix Chan, Ophelia Chan, Esther Lin, Esther Tai, Toung Ming,
May Cheng Wai Sheung, Fanny Tung, Daisy Chan, Chong Hang Yung Sebastian,
Bronwyn, Juliet Vasantraj, Revd Johnny Chan, William Lam, Susana Westlake,
Sherry, Raymond Cheung, Jun Clarke, Barbara Saunders, Shelley Connolly, Bill
Cox, Stephen Farmer, Simon Freeberne, Sin-Joh Chuang, Maria Erlyn Carbon,
Revd Susan Hewitt, Isaac Wiens, Thomas Wong, Ruth Jim, Perronnelle Laskey,
Cecilia Tang, Karen Kwong Lee Yuen Kwan, Sidney Poon, Charles Dickson,
Marlou Calalo, Robert Lee, Betty Bolloni, Margaret Pini, Carl Ka Tat Wong,
Dennis Shea, Edith Hall, Brenda Bishop, Martine Porter, Betty Taylor, Lee Yuk
Ying, Parveen Nadeem, Conor Henderson, Wendy Larkin, Juvy Bustamante, Wing
Sung, Stephen A Isidro, Robert Trout, Ho Yiu Sing, Gener Galapon, Novel Chan,
Bill Galvin, Revd Peter Frowley, Philip Law, Makiko Hardy, Arthuro Canuto,
Wong Lee Mo Fong, Chai Ching Pau Nyin, Elena Hutchinson, Edward Wong Kar
Yue, Fiona Bamber, Donna Mae Cuaresma, Inger Kvan, Stephanie Ng and Abigail
Rest In Peace
Paul Andrew Ford
Prayers will be offered for those named above during the weekday Eucharists.
To include someone in this prayer list, please contact Elisa, Tel: 2523 4157.
Unless Elisa is contacted with advice to the contrary, names will be removed
from the Prayer Request list after three Sundays.
Welcome to St John’s
Visitors are always welcome at our services. If you are new to Hong Kong and/or
St John’s, do make yourself known at the Welcome Table where you can find
someone who will help with information about our life and ministry here.
Guest Preacher at 11.45am
This morning we welcome back to St John's Professor Donn Morgan, the
Professor of Old Testament and Director of the Center for Anglican Learning and
Leadership at Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California. He was
born in New York and educated at Oberline College, Yale University Divinity
School and Claremont Graduate University.
His special research and writings include biblical wisdom literature, the development and functions of scripture, theological education and leadership.
Dr Morgan is no stranger to Hong Kong; he has studied and taught at Chinese
University (1992 and 1996) and Ming Hua Theological College (2012).
Guest Conductor at 9.00am Sung Eucharist - Larry Monson
Professor Emeritus of Choral Music, Larry Monson’s 40+ years career has
included full-time Minister of Music positions and College/University teaching in
the US and Europe. Monson’s guest conducting, workshops and coaching of
vocal/choral ensembles in the US, Europe and Asia bring him often to Hong Kong
coaching Metro Vocal Group.
This morning The Revd Catherine Graham is leading the worship at St Stephen’s
Chapel, Stanley.
The Compass Rose Society
The Compass Rose Society is a group of 300 members of Anglicans/
Episcopalians, of individuals, parishes, chapters, dioceses and
institutions from all over the world. Together they seek to support the
ministry of the Archbishop of Canterbury within our Anglican
Communion and have so far raised seven million US dollars to
support the work of the mission.
St John’s Cathedral has been a member of the Compass Rose Society since 2008
and the Dean will be representing us at its annual meeting in London from 12th13th October.
During Matthias’ trip from 11th-21st October, he will also visit the cathedral
churches of Coventry, Southwark and Christ Church, Oxford. He will meet with
the Archbishops of Canterbury’s Canon for Peace and Reconciliation to discuss
how we may promote peace and concord in light of the current situation in Hong
Kong. Please remember the Dean in your prayers, that he may have a safe and
productive journey.
Congratulations to Discovery Bay Church Tennis Team.
The Tennis team won the inaugural Goodwill Cup at the recent Charity Cup
competition in Discovery Bay. The Goodwill Cup is awarded to the team who
raises the most money for charity.
Raffle tickets
Those who have bought the raffle tickets that were sent to members of
the congregation through the post are also reminded to kindly send the
stubs back to the Cathedral Office together with the payment. Please
remember to write your name and 'phone number on every stub so
that it's easy for us to contact you when you win one of the big prizes!
If you use the addressed envelope that was sent to you there is no need
to put a stamp on it."
Michaelmas Fair Pre-Sale
The Pre-sale of the year returns!
Sunday 19th October
11.00am to 2.00pm Li Hall
New and lovingly-used items at unbelievable prices.
Branded handbags, clothing, accessories, sports equipment,
household equipment, books etc etc
Be sure to drop in!!
Donations for the Pre-sale
Looking for a good home for a quality item you can't use anymore?
Donations of branded and/or items in good condition will be gratefully
received for the Pre-sale. Please bring them to the Cathedral office
clearly marked ‘Pre sale’.
All sales proceeds go to the cathedral.
Bookstall – Donations
The time has come again to take a good look at your bookshelves.
Please pull out those volumes you will not look at again and donate
them to the Michaelmas Fair Second Hand Bookstall.
The Stall is a significant source income to the Fair and its charities and
its success depends on the books you donate. We also invite you to give
us CDs and DVDs which you don’t want any more. Make more space
for the new and pass on the reading and pleasure you once had.
We regret that we cannot take VCDs or magazines. They don’t sell!
White Elephant Stall
Still wondering what to do with the vase you bought at a weak
moment? Let us find it a new owner who will love and cherish it. All
kinds of items will be gladly received; electronics, paintings, household
items, jewelry, home accessories, bric a brac, as long as they are
Wine and Beer Garden Appeal
The Michaelmas Fair Wine and Beer Garden has become a traditional
gathering place for fairgoers to have a drink, relax and chat.
We are now in need of a new wine inventory and are depending on the
congregation to supply wine from their homes or businesses.
This year we held a successful fine wine auction at a Michaelmas Fair
fund raising dinner. The auctioned wines had been donated to the
Wine and Beer Garden over the past few years.
Please let us have any wines you wish to donate, from one bottle to a
case. If the bottle is a fine wine and you wish to be recognized for your
contribution please let us know your name, and the name of the wine.
Your bottles may be left in the Cathedral office and marked ‘Wine and
Beer Garden’.
Bring your donations to the Cathedral office (2523 4157)
Clearly marked for the Michaelmas Fair
(Mon-Fri) 9.00am–5.00pm; (Sat) 9.00am–1.00pm
Services this Week
What’s happening this week
Monday 13th October 2014
8.00am Said Eucharist
1.00pm One o’clock Prayers (Nave)
SJC Children’s Choir
SJC Children Instrumental
Filipino Fellowship
Tuesday 14th
8.00am Said Eucharist
1.00pm One o’clock Prayers (Nave)
Monday 13th October 2014
12.30pm Meditation Group
Wednesday 15th
8.00am Said Eucharist
1.00pm One o’clock Prayers (Nave)
6.00pm Said Eucharist
Tuesday 14th
3.00pm Tuesday Tots
7.30pm Bible Reading Fellowship
Wednesday 15th
1.00pm Lunch Time Recital Tutto Barocco - A Recorder Recital
by Fiona Lee
Thursday 16th
2.00pm Parents and Toddlers Group
Friday Fellowship Group
Saturday 18th
3.30pm Youth Fellowship (Cantonese)
4.00pm Andrew Fellowship (Cantonese)
Thursday 16th
8.30am Said Eucharist
1.00pm One o’clock Prayers (Nave)
1.15pm Said Eucharist
8.00am Said Eucharist
1.00pm One o’clock Prayers (Nave)
Said Eucharist
Said Eucharist (Filipino)
Said Eucharist (Cantonese)
(Anticipated Sunday Service)
Next Sunday - 19th October 2014
The Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
Isaiah 45.1-7
Psalm 96.1-9 (10-13)
1 Thessalonians 1.1-10
Matthew 22.15-22
8.00am Said Eucharist
Celebrant and Preacher:
The Revd Catherine Graham
11.45am Eucharist-Provincial
Celebrant: The Revd John Chynchen
Preacher: The Revd Catherine Graham
9.00am Sung Eucharist
Celebrant: The Revd Desmond Cox
Preacher: The Revd Catherine Graham
2.00pm Sung Eucharist (Filipino)
Celebrant and Preacher:
The Revd Dwight dela Torre
10.30am Sung Eucharist (Mandarin)
Celebrant: The Revd Peter Koon
Preacher: Mr Adam Mok
6.00pm Choral Evensong
Officiant: The Revd Mark Rogers
Preacher: The Revd John Chynchen
Diocese of Hong Kong Island
Cathedral Office
Primate and Archbishop of
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
Bishop of Hong Kong Island:
4-8 Garden Road, Central, HK
Tel: 2523 4157 Fax: 2521 7830
E-mail: [email protected]
Sunday School Website:
Twitter: @StJohnsHK
The Most Revd Dr Paul Kwong
Archbishop Emeritus:
The Most Revd Dr Peter Kwong
St John’s Cathedral
The Very Revd Matthias Der
Cathedral Chaplains:
The Revd Desmond Cox
The Revd Dwight dela Torre
The Revd Peter Koon
The Revd Robert Martin
The Revd Nigel Gibson
(Chaplain and Priest-In-Charge of
Emmanuel Church—2523 4157)
The Revd Will Newman
(Chaplain and Priest-In-Charge of
St Stephen’s Chapel—2813 0408)
The Revd Mark Rogers
(Chaplain and Priest-In-Charge of
Discovery Bay Church—2987 4210)
The Revd Catherine Graham
(Chaplain and Anglican Communion Refugee
and Migrant Network Coordinator)
The Revd Wu Wai Ho
Cathedral Honorary Chaplains:
The Revd John Chynchen
The Revd Hugh Phillipson
The Revd Philip Wickeri
The Revd Jenny Wong Nam
Cathedral Outreach Programmes
Cathedral Bookstore
Renowned for its selection of cards and thoughtprovoking books.
Mon-Sat: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Sunday : 10.00am – 2.00pm
Manager: Chris Everett
Tel: 2868 2848 Fax: 2868 5106
E-mail: [email protected]
Helpers for Domestic Helpers (HDH)
A place for domestic workers to find help.
(Basement, Administration Building)
Manager: Holly Allan
Tel/Fax: 2523 4020
E-mail: [email protected]
Mission for Migrant Workers (MFMW)
An ecumenical help agency for migrant workers.
(Top floor, Administration Building)
Manager: Cynthia Tellez
Tel: 2522 8264 Fax: 2526 2894
E-mail: [email protected]
Counselling Service
A professional counselling service
Director: Dr Mark Gandolfi
Tel: 2525 7207 Fax: 2524 2777
E-mail: [email protected]
HIV Education Centre
Organist: Peter Yue
(1/F, Administration Building)
Manager: Elijah Fung
Tel: 2523 0531/2501 0653 Fax: 2523 1581
E-mail: [email protected]
Sub-Organist: Felix Yeung
Music Officer: Alan Tsang
Wed : 9.30am – 12.00noon
E-mail: [email protected]
Verger: Ho Tat Hoi
Castaways Shop
Cathedral Administrator: Viola Ip
Choirmaster: Raymond Fu
Head Server: James Choo
Head Sidesman: Roger Cole
Wed-Fri: 12.00noon – 2.30pm
Sat & Sun: 10.00am – 12.00noon
Manager: Teresa Topacio
c/o Cathedral Office
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