St. George Episcopal Church 1250 Paige Place, The Villages, FL 32159 (352) 750-1010 www.stgeorge-episcopal.net St. George Episcopal Church Staff The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer, Diocesan Bishop The Rev. F. John Kelly, Rector 750-1010 or 352-446-5769 The Rev. Janet Galbreath, Deacon 728-4504 The Rev. Tom Bankowski, Deacon 551-4768 Barbara Coulter, Music Director 751-7311 Ann Taylor, Choir Director 307-9724 Tom Trainor, Sexton 750-1010 Debbie Shartle, Office Manager 750-1010 Vestry Senior Warden Junior Warden Vestry Clerk Vestry Member Vestry Member Vestry Member Vestry Member Vestry Member Vestry Member Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Archie Duncan Bob Hasbrouck Dorcas Miller Bob Gunn Marilyn Hood Vince Maury Walter Martin Jan Head Phil Partington Ruth Wadman Diane Prather 750-9817 245-6401 259-3412 753-3653 954-557-4956 259-9287 205-7099 897-0861 750-2455 259-0908 751-7098 Week of February 22—February 28 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 8:00AM 10:00 AM — 9:00AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:30 PM 4:30 PM 10:30 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM Worship Service Rite 1 Worship Service Rite 2 — Centering Prayer Gems of Truth Study Craft Workshop Altar Guild Bible Study Healing Service Choir Practice Scripture Discussion Stations of the Cross Worship Service Rite 2 The First Sunday In Lent February 22, 2015 The Holy Eucharist—8:00 AM Penitential Order Rite I The Word of God Opening Salutation The Decalogue (Kneeling) Confession of Sin and Absolution Kyrie Eleison Collect of the day Lessons Psalm The Gospel Reading Sermon Nicene Creed Prayers of the People The Peace BCP 319 BCP 317-318 BCP 320-321 BCP 324 Insert Insert Insert Insert The Rev. Tom Bankowski BCP 326 BCP 387 Blessing of Birthdays & Anniversaries Stations of the Cross The Stations of the Cross is a meditation on our Lord’s last day of suffering. It is a profound spiritual experience. Stations of the Cross will meet every Friday at 5:00 p.m. in the Church from February 20th through March 27th and each day during Holy Week, except Good Friday when it will follow the Good Friday noon service. Are You a Member? Have you actually joined St. George, or are you still attending as a guest? Joining the Church is like taking a relationship to the next level. There is something wonderful and different about being committed to your Parish. If you would like to join St. George, please call the office at 750-1010 to make an appointment. The Holy Communion Eucharistic Prayer I The Breaking of the Bread The Blessing The Dismissal BCP 333 BCP 337 BCP 339 Today’s Service Leaders 8:00 AM Flag Bearer Lectors Ushers Greeters Newcomers Table Flag Bearer Lectors Ushers Greeters Don Carr Elaine Teetsel & Elaine Carr Elizabeth Torian & Judy Owen Hugh & Evelyn Gibson Keith & Judy Brody Jack & Peg Busch 10:00 AM Tom Hutton Dolores Dunnie & Dave Haptonstall Fred & Sandy Pack Ed & Betty Johnson Jim & Jeanne Willette Sunday Seating During the winter months our attendance at the Sunday 10:00 a.m. services will be a challenge for our ushers requiring them to ask us to move a little closer together so that we may seat everyone. Please do not ask a visitor or a member to move "from my seat." We do not have assigned seating. Thank you for helping make everyone feel welcome at St. George. Church Parking St. George is growing and the snowbirds are returning. How can you help our parish with its limited parking? Here are a few ideas: If you are a two car St. George couple become a one car St. George couple! Pick up a friend and come to Church together. Are you physically able? Park across the street at the Hacienda Center. If you can, leave your car and take your golf cart. Don’t forget! If you come to Church in a golf cart, park in the designated area on the north side of the Church by the office. Keep the traffic lane clear for emergency vehicles. Thanks . Fr. John Kelly, Rector. Visitors Welcome—Coffee Hour The Holy Eucharist—10:00 AM Penitential Order Rite II The Word of God We welcome all visitors to St. George. Everyone is invited to the coffee hours held between services at 9:00 a.m. or after the 10:00 service in the Parish Hall. If you are a first-time visitor please sign our guest book in the Narthex. Sick, Homebound, and Hospital Visitation Visiting the sick and the home bound is a vital ministry which we clergy value highly. If you or a family member is admitted to a hospital please contact the Parish Office. With today's HIPA regulations getting information is very difficult, so we would appreciate your getting in touch with us. We will be happy to visit you or your loved one. It is our particular joy to visit and to pray for you. Healing Service Healing service is every Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the Church. Everyone is welcome. Prelude “Adagio in G Minor” Processional Hymn “America“ (vs. 4) Opening Salutation The Decalogue (Kneeling) Confession of Sin and Absolution Kyrie Collect of the Day Old Testament Reading Psalm New Testament Reading Gospel Hymn (vs. 1, 2) Gospel Gospel Hymn (vs. 3) Sermon Nicene Creed Prayers of the People-Form III Confession and the Absolution The Peace Tomaso Albinoni Hymn 143 Hymn 719 BCP 351 BCP 350 BCP 352-353 S-91 Insert Insert Insert Insert Hymn 448 Insert Hymn 448 The Rev. Tom Bankowski BCP 358 BCP 387 BCP 360 Blessing of Birthdays & Anniversaries Prayer Station At the 10:00 a.m. service there is a person, who stands near the votive candles, available to offer healing prayers for you or one you love. All are welcome. Invitation to Communion All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the real and living presence of Christ in this Holy Communion. To receive the Bread, extend your hands upward, palms crossed. When receiving the Wine, please guide the chalice as it is offered. If you prefer, you may leave the Bread on your palm for the person administering the chalice to dip into the Wine and place on your tongue. Anyone may come forward for a prayer for God’s blessing in lieu of receiving Communion. Please indicate your desire for a prayer for God’s blessing by crossing your arms on your chest. Ladies are encouraged to blot lipstick before receiving Communion. Ushers will direct the congregation to receive Communion. The Holy Communion Offertory “O Saviour of the World” Doxology Eucharistic Prayer A Sanctus The Breaking of the Bread Agnus Dei Communion Hymns “Father, I adore you” “My Jesus, I love thee” “Surely the presence” Prayer of Thanksgiving The Blessing Processional Hymn The Dismissal Postlude “Postlude in G Minor” John Goss BCP 361 S-130 BCP 364 S-161 (booklet #13) (booklet #35) (booklet #47) BCP 366 Hymn 559 J. S. Bach Holy Unction: The Rev. Janet Galbreath St. George Prayer Lists Please be aware that names on the Parish Prayer List, Long-Term Treatment and Nursing Homes/Assisted Living will be read aloud in church. Names on the Extended Family list will be removed after four weeks. Please call the Church Office to request being put back on the list, as needed. Our Mission Our mission is to proclaim by word and action the healing love and Good News of God in Christ. Parish Prayer List Doris Adams Doris Austin Connie Boudreau Anne Britton Barbara Coulter Charlie Ellis Dave Evans Nancy Evans John Findley Milli Fitzgerald George Gangemi Peggy Hatfield Jim Hubbard John Kane Ed Kirchdoerfer Betsy Konefal Bob Lawrence Connie Ryan Kathryn Sears Pete Shrider Doris Turner Anne Vilseck Donna Ward Cell Phones Please silence your cell phone in Church. Thank you for your consideration. You may donate old cell phones to the Troops by bringing them to the church office. We send them off to be refurbished and have minutes added so that soldiers and their families can be in contact. Long-Term Treatment Peter Adams Charlie Anderson Pete Anderson Dotsy Ann Barry Agnes Bellomy Irene Birtwell Dana Bishop Dot Bishop Alma Coit Dave Comp Pat Comp Deanna Ellis Frank Gambino Al Grigull Ted Hummel Erdine Lewis Linda Lewis Joan Martin Bill Moylan Nancy Nash Chet Naylor Gene Olson Nancy Parks Jackie Preston Tom Price Deborah Ruhsenberger Father David Ryan Bob Schulze Eileen Schulze Doris Seip Ben Shrader Barbara Simpson Rick Sundstrom Ray Treinen Richard Tubby Beverly Turner Nedra Updike Jane Van Wyen Nursing Homes/Assisted Living George Beers Cora Kelley Martha Key Frank Killea Loren Poff Jock Spies Extended Family Brandon Berry Glenn Bilanin Jane Boldrick Maria Colangelo Richard Goebel Bob Lashbrook Sharon Lashbrook Rena Michaud Roger Michaud Muriel Plourde Katie Ripstra Parker Ripstra Announcements See the enclosed insert, “Saints Alive!” newsletter, or our website at www.stgeorge-episcopal.net for news and announcements. Military Prayer List Andrew Banasmer Amos Barrows Daniel P. Bello Sheila Black-Watson Karl Blinkinsop Justin Lee Buch Stephen W. Buch Ted Bucieika Chris Cadieux Shawn Coleman McAllister Collins Andrew Conn Christopher Czumak Michael DeLuca Eleanor E. Derouin Blake Faller Bryan Geiger Michael George Justin Gist Jack E. Kelloff Charles W. Kojak Travis Lewis Chris Love Scott Lugo Darrell Mitchell Dana Moore Tyler O’Bryan John O'Grady Jim O’Neal Brian Parmeter Nicholas Parsai Ryan Rieman Keil Schreiber Joey Severes Brian Shear Arthur Smith Kayley Squire Chris Stanifer Darian Tate Christopher Timinski William Verrett David Wilbur Ryan Wilcox Brad Willette Joe Williams Please notify the church office of updates to this list.
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