Weekly pewsheet - The Parish Press

25 January 2015 - Epiphany 3
Holy Eucharist, followed by breakfast
25 January 2015
Sung Eucharist, followed by morning tea
Australia Day
Tues to Fri
Parish Office: Closed till Wednesday 4 February.
Morning Prayer Services in the Chapel of St George
Wed 28th
Holy Eucharist . All are welcome.
We follow the service with morning tea
Thurs 29th
Choir Practice
1 February 2015 -
Epiphany 4
Holy Eucharist, followed by breakfast
Sung Eucharist followed by morning tea
Kids’ Church
Choral Evensong
1st Reading: Deuteronomy 18.15-20
Psalm: 111
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 8.1-13
Gospel: Mark 1.21-28
Welcome to Holy Trinity
All visitors who are communicants in their own church, are invited to receive
Communion with us or come forward for a blessing. Please join us for morning tea
or coffee after the service and make yourself known to the clergy. See the back
cover for details of other facilities to make your visit as enjoyable and comfortable
as possible.
Assistant Priest
Parish Office
Pastoral Care
Director of Music
Lay Readers
Theology Student
Parish Office
The Venerable Ian Morrison SCP
T: 03 9890 2605
[email protected]
M: 04333 04444
The Reverend Jenny Sumpter SCP
T: 03 9723 3265
[email protected]
M: 0434 434 444
Administrator - Ruth Theodoridis
T: 03 9890 2165
[email protected]
F: 03 9890 2040
Co-ordinator - Judy Goodes
T: 03 9817 1083
Richard Hoy
T: 03 9894 2335
Paul Carver, Ann Constable
John Raike
Leslie Gibbons
Cnr Union Road & Montrose Street, Surrey Hills 3127
P O Box 300, Surrey Hills 3127 T: 03 9890 2165
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The organ music for the service will feature works by Australian composers
including June Nixon and A E Floyd (Melbourne), Wes Jordan (Brisbane), George
Thalben-Ball (born Sydney then lived in London 1896-1987) and Graeme Koehne
Adelaide). During communion the music is "To His Servant Bach, God Grants a
Final Glimpse" by the contemporary
Adelaide composer
Koehne. The postlude is "Sketch" by the Melbourne composer/organist Dr A E Floyd
Parish Prayer List
The Church We pray for the Diocese of Long Island; the Diocese of Newcastle;
Lay Ministry; St Francis-in-the-Fields Mooroolbark; St Paul’s St Leonards.
The world We pray for the Japanese hostages held in Syria. Amen
Our community We pray for all those starting or returning to school. Amen
Those in need Anne L, Di Sexton, Lucas Grigg, Alexandra Cameron, Jessica,
Suzanne, Colin Taylor, Ursula, Gwen Patton, Michael Goldsworthy,
Worssam, Ashley Witcombe, Margery Witcombe, Jean Cheshire, Patricia, Joan,
Margie Thomas,
Tony Smith, Peter
Branson, Dorothy Gwilliam, Elizabeth
Goodman, Betty Hunt, Suellen Bowers, Alison Z, Margaret Howard, Barbara Plunkett, Rev Fr John Leaver, Rosemary Jacoby, Caroline Jackson, Mariee D-B, Carol &
Viv, Joan Crowley.
The departed We give thanks for the lives of those who have died recently, ; for
those whose anniversaries of death occur around this time especially Marvine
Walkinshaw (benefactoress), George David Duncan, Martin Harry Scrivens, James
Corryton Rounsevel; and for those who the Church calls us to remember this week:
John Chrysostom, bishop of Constantinople, teacher; Thomas Aquinas, theologian;
Charles, King of England & martyr.
 Rest eternal grant unto them O Lord & let light perpetual shine upon them
‘Pelicans’ Paradise’ A 3 bedroom house opposite the water in Lakes Entrance is
offered for holiday lettings to HT parishioners. Photos are on our website—see link at
bottom right of front page. Please speak to Fr Ian or Esther Stump for more details
and availability.
"The Crucifixion" The cantata by John Stainer will be performed by the joint choirs
of St Peters Box Hill and Holy Trinity on Palm Sunday March 29 at St Peters Box
Hill. Rehearsals for The Crucifixion will commence on 8.30 pm Thursday 19 February
at our regular choir practice. Singers who would like to be involved should contact
Richard Hoy, Director of Music.
Lenten study This Lent we will be using ‘Praise Him: Songs of Praise in the New
Testament’, an ecumenical course in five sessions written by Dr Paula Gooder.
Radio-style discussion starters to accompany the course - Canon Simon Stanley
putting questions to our three main participants : Archbishop Justin Welby, Sister
Wendy Beckett and actor David Suchet CBE. Sign-up sheet & flyer in the narthex.
Pancake Party I hope you will all be able to join me in the courtyard on Shrove
Tuesday, 17 February at 6pm for pancakes. See flyer on next page. Yummy—don’t
miss out and it is free. Just bring yourself and family.
Ash Wednesday There will be two services
with the imposition of ash on Ash
Wednesday 18 February—@ 10am, and 7pm
St Paul’s Cathedral A new book has been
kindly donated to the library— a history of St
Paul's Cathedral by Bishop James Grant
(12th Dean of Melbourne). The book, titled St
Paul's Cathedral 1879 - 2009 provides a
comprehensive history of the
building and activities, from its inception to
the end of the first decade of the present
century, drawing on many of the
Cathedral’s archival resources.