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CGS WOMEN: Sunday Brunch - (Rescheduled due to snow) Open to all women
of the parish - Sunday, March 22, 1pm at The Yard Restaurant,
(www.theyardrestaurant.com). Cost: $25 includes full buffet, coffee/tea, tax and
gratuity. For more information contact Jan Lambert ([email protected]). Send
reservation and check made out to CGS Women to Sandy Desharnais, by March 16.
Anyone want to car pool? Contact Frances Rodier ([email protected]). We will
cancel by March 19 if forecast is for more bad weather.
IPOD DRIVE:
One of our parishioners, Sarah Heimberg, is collecting used iPods for
her Girl Scout Silver Award project, “Project Grace Notes: Music Therapy for Senior
Citizens.” Sarah is working with a senior living community in Bedford. The residents
in the community all have memory loss problems, because music is proven to boost
memory, she is collecting iPods for the residents to upload their music to listen on.
The iPods can be used, the more basic iPods, like the Shuffle, are preferred, and they
do not need to have their original battery life. Please drop off all iPods to the CGS
office or to one of the Clergy. The deadline for the Drive is March 29.
NEEDS FOR THE NORWELL HOME: The Norwell Home, part of the Front Door
Agency is in need of the following items: Pain medication/fever reducer/cold
medicine for children and adults; thermometers; diapers and pull-ups – all sizes; twin
bedding for women and children. Please drop the items in the marked boxes which
are located at the front entrance of the church and in the foyer. Thank you for your
generous donations.
VOLUNTEER BABYSITTERS NEEDED AT THE NORWELL HOME: We are looking
for active individuals who love kids and wish to volunteer to assist with our
babysitting needs. Children range from infants to late elementary school. We offer
babysitting for the groups we run, individual family needs as they arise and special
events. Times needed can range from weekdays to weekends, days or evenings based
on the event so we will take any availability. The frequency of need will depend on
volunteers availability as well as our needs. 16 years and older please. A meeting with
staff and background check required for anyone interested. Contact Darlene at 603816-0280 or [email protected] (M, T, Th, F) to schedule a meeting or
for more information.
Music at Easter: The Senior Choir, Junior Choir, and Instrumental Ensemble are
welcoming additional musicians to contribute to the festive celebration of the
Resurrection of our Lord!
Senior Choir rehearsals for 7:45pm Good Friday and 9:45am Easter Sunday:
Tuesday, March 17, 7:15-8:00
Tuesday, March 31, 7:15-8:45
Tuesday, March 24, 7:15-8:00
Saturday, April 4, TBD
Junior Choir rehearsals for the 8:15 Easter service:
Wednesday, March 18, 5:30-6:30
Wednesday, April 1, 5:30-6:30
Wednesday, March 25, 5:30-6:30
Instrumental Ensemble rehearsals for the 8:15 Easter service:
Saturday, March, 12, 10am-11am
Saturday, March 28, 10am-11am
Saturday, April 4, TBD
If you are interested, please contact Brett Greene at [email protected]
JOB AVAILABLE: House cleaning for a local cleaning company, 15-25 day time
hours per week. Contact Pastor Odie.
CALENDAR
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
(EPISCOPAL)
MONDAY - FRIDAY NOONTIME AA
Sunday, March 15
8:00 - 11:00 AM Nursery Care
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist
9:00 AM Fellowship Hour
9:00 AM Christian Ed. All Ages
9:45 AM Holy Eucharist
11:15 AM Holy Eucharist
6:30 PM J2A, YAC
Thursday, March 19
6:00 PM Tai Chi
7:00 PM AA Why me?
Monday, March 16
6:15 PM AA Winding Down
6:30 PM Bellringers
7:45 PM Adult Handbells
Saturday, March 21
9-12 Inquirer’s Class
9-11:30 AM AA
11-12 Drama
Tuesday, March 17
6:30 PM AA Tuesday Traditions
7:15 PM Senior Choir
Sunday, March 22
8:00 - 11:00 AM Nursery Care
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist
9:00 AM Fellowship Hour
9:00 AM Christian Ed. All Ages
9:45 AM Holy Eucharist
11:15 AM Holy Eucharist
6:30 PM J2A, YAC
Wednesday, March 18
12:00 PM Holy Eucharist (lounge)
7:00 PM AA
6:00 PM Soup and Seminar
6:30 PM EFM
7:00 PM Scottish Dancers
Friday, March 20
6:15 PM AA
8:00 PM AA Good Shepherd
9:45 PM AA 23rd Hour
THE FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT
MARCH 8, 2015
THE HOLY EUCHARIST AT 8:00 & 11:15
214 Main Street; Post Office Box 412
Nashua, New Hampshire 03061
Church Office 603-882-5352 Fax 603-880-4440
www.cgsnashua.org
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BCP Numbers refer to The Book of Common Prayer (Red Book)
Service music preceded by “S” is located in the front of The Hymnal 1982(Blue Book)
The Hymns are located in the second section of The Hymnal 1982
and in the green supplement, Wonder Love and Praise (WLP).
Please remember to turn off all pagers and cell phones.
Voluntary
Processional
“Berceuse”
Louis Vierne
“Come, thou fount of every blessing”
standing
Hymnal 686
Opening Acclamation and Collect for Purity
Kyrie
Healey Willan
The Collect of the Day
The People of God of
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (EPISCOPAL)
Ministers
Rector
Associate Rector
Vergers
Organist & Choir Director
Asst. Choir Director
Bellringer Director
Parish Administrator
Communications Secretary
Sunday School Coordinator
Nursery Staff
Youth Director
Front Door Agency
Seminarian Intern to the Diaconate
All Baptized Parishioners
The Rev. Dr. Robert “Odie” Odierna
The Rev. Alanna Van Antwerpen
John Townsend, Harvey Shaw
Brett Greene
Sue Reilly
Chaim Burstein
Laurie Ascani
Andria Sousa
Mary O’Reilly
Heidi Odierna
Marcie Byrd
Maryse Wirbal
Pam McDonald
Please recycle your bulletin by placing them on the table at the entry door.
Thanks for helping keep our community Green!
Please Note: Unauthorized recording and the taking of unauthorized photographs at
Church of the Good Shepherd are prohibited.
BCP 323
Hymnal S 91
BCP 167
THE MINISTRY OF THE WORD
The First Lesson
sitting
Ephesians 2:1-10
You were dead through the trespasses and sins in which you once lived, following the
course of this world, following the ruler of the power of the air, the spirit that is now at
work among those who are disobedient. All of us once lived among them in the passions
of our flesh, following the desires of flesh and senses, and we were by nature children of
wrath, like everyone else. God, who is rich in mercy, out of the great love with which he
loved us even when we were dead through our trespasses, made us alive together with
Christ-- by grace you have been saved-- and raised us up with him and seated us with
him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus, so that in the ages to come he might show the
immeasurable riches of his grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus. For by grace you
have been saved through faith, and this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God-- not
the result of works, so that no one may boast. For we are what he has made us, created
in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life.
Reader:
People:
The Word of the Lord.
Thanks be to God.
Psalm 146
BCP 803
The Gospel
Gospeller:
People:
John 3:14-21
standing
The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to St. John
Glory to you, Lord Christ.
Jesus said to Nicodemus, "Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so
must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in him may have eternal life.
"For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who
believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.
"Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in
order that the world might be saved through him. Those who believe in him are not
condemned; but those who do not believe are condemned already, because they have
not believed in the name of the only Son of God. And this is the judgment, that the
light has come into the world, and people loved darkness rather than light because
their deeds were evil. For all who do evil hate the light and do not come to the light,
so that their deeds may not be exposed. But those who do what is true come to the
light, so that it may be clearly seen that their deeds have been done in God."
Gospeller:
People:
The Gospel of the Lord.
Praise to you, Lord Christ.
The Sermon
Pam McDonald
The Nicene Creed
kneeling
Jim Flaherty
Philip Frost
MaryLou Fuller
John Haynes
Ian Hodgkins
Steve Howe
Wendy Huckins
Peggy Kors
Lorraine Lang
Gabbie Langill
Robert Langill
Celine Langlois
Joel Lapointe
The Larson Family
Rose Louise
Patti & Paul Liamos
McKenzie
Kathy Macaraeg
June Madeira
The Peace
BCP 331
standing
The People greet one another in the Name of Christ
The Announcements
THE HOLY COMMUNION
The Offertory Hymn
“Just as I am, without one plea”
The Doxology
Jamie Masingill
Henry Maynard
Holly Metcalf
Susan Mitchell
Melissa
Anne Morrill
Nori
Genie O'Loughlin
Connor Olympia
Jeffrey Osborne
Yingsho Osborne
Ray Palmer
Hallie Parker
Bo Patterson
Shirley Philips
Rev. Kathleen Potts
Rose Emma
Egon Raak
Jean Ragsdale
Hymnal 380, v3
The Lord’s Prayer
Flowers are given in loving memory of Cathleen Flint by Louise Flint and Sandy
Descharnais.
A gift has been given to the Book of Remembrance in memory of Stanley
Mountfort by Ruth Bodapati
A gift has been given to the Book of Remembrance in memory of Carl Fudge by
Ann Malik.
A Gift has been given in honor of Tim Favorite for the many kindnesses to our
family by The Bergeson’s.
Flowers have been given in memory of David Cheries by his family.
Willian
Following the Sanctus, the People kneel
BCP 328
Prayers for the Deceased: David Cheries; Don Cox Sr.; Richard Kashulinas;
Dorothy Rathmell
kneeling
Sanctus and benedictus qui venit
Eucharistic Prayer
John Scanlan Jr
Bob Schaller
Cody Sleeper
Dawn Sosa
Bo Stewart
The Steeves Family
Ernie Stokes
Franklin Stuart
Diane Thomas
Tracey Thompson
Doug Tremlet
Julie Tyska
Vlad Vascak
Judy Veselik
Edi-Lu Wartella
Dorothy Welford
Wilkins Family
Xavier Zakrajsek
Paul Zielie
Hymnal 693
Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; praise him, all creatures here below; praise him above, ye heavenly
host: praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
BCP 326
For Healing and Special Concerns
Gary Allen
Fiona Anderson
Ted & Helen Arsenault
William Ashline
Cliff Barber
Tadjiu Boduch
Bobby Bergeson
Eric Bergeson
Francis Brennan
Jerry Chartier
Karen Chevelier
Wyman Cogswell
Winnie Darling
Glenn Davis
Sally Deschenes
Rob Desharnais
John Epstein
Rick Farrenkopf
Mino Figueroa
The Confession
The Great Thanksgiving
sitting
Prayers of the People
Parishioners: Sandra Haines & Keara, Gordon & Lauren Mahaney; Betty & Philip
Hall; Charles Hall; Bernadette Halloran; Deborah Hamilton & Judith Potter.
kneeling
BCP 333
Hymnal S 114
BCP 334
BCP 336
Agnus Dei
Willian
kneeling
Hymnal S158
The Communion of the People
If you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you are welcome to share in the Bread and Wine of
Communion, regardless of your denominational background. Come to the rail at the direction of the ushers.
Stand or kneel at the rail and receive the bread (a wafer) in the palm of your hand. Receive the wine either by
drinking from the cup (guiding it to your lips) or by touching the wafer, which you have retained, lightly to the
wine, being careful not to touch your fingers to the wine. If you decide not to receive the Bread and/or the Wine
and would prefer to receive a blessing, simply cross your arms over your chest. If you are in need of a Glutenfree wafer instead of the regular bread wafer, please indicate this to the clergy at the time you are receiving
communion.
Prayer of Thanksgiving
kneeling
BCP 339
The Blessing
Recessional
Dismissal
Voluntary
“In the cross of Christ I glory”
standing
Hymnal 441
standing
“Prelude and Fugue in E minor”
J.S. Bach
THE END OF WORSHIP - THE BEGINNING OF SERVICE
Acolytes
8:00
11:15
Lay Ministers 8:00
11:15
Ushers
8:00
11:15
Altar Guild
ASSISTING IN OUR WORSHIP
Henry Snowdon, Molly Ireland
Avary Whitehead, Ian Matera
Howard Titus, Harvey Shaw, Diana Newman
Pam McDonald, Don Yelton, Elizabeth Naughton
Sharmini Peiris, Diane Temple
Julia Gower, Judy Simonds
Eileen Brunk, Leo Brunk, Beth Barker and Megan Verfaille,
Adreinne Marshall
THE PARISH NOTICES
SUNDAY FORUM: God’s Acts of Salvation: Holy Week and the Passion
Next Week: God’s Acts of Salvation: The OT with Jeff Cooley
LENT = RITE I - In Lent our response to “The Lord be with you” will continue to
be “And also with you”. Therefore ignore the response in the Prayer Book! In Lent
we use Rite I for all celebrations of the Holy Eucharist. Rite I helps us experience
the penitential nature of the season with its emphasis on our need for God’s
forgiveness and mercy - our “vertical” relationship with God. Beginning with Easter,
we return to Rite II, which emphasizes more the themes of joy, praise and the
“horizontal” nature of our relationship with God.
MAUNDY THURSDAY CORRECTION: In the middle of Maundy Thursday
Eucharist, we always share the Lamb Dinner as we try to re-enact Jesus’s actions in
the Upper Room when he shared the Passover Meal with the Apostles and then
instituted taking the Bread and Wine “In remembrance of me.” This year the Vestry
and clergy have decided that there will be NO CHARGE for the Lamb Dinner that
is part of the liturgy. Since we only have room for 150 people for this service you will
still be asked to make reservations by getting a ticket for the liturgy so that we can
have an accurate count in preparing enough lamb.
Please take note that the Lamb Dinner is part of the entire liturgy – it is not
appropriate to come and go for only that part of the service.
SOUP AND SEMINARS DINNER AT 6:00 PM, SEMINAR FROM 6:30 – 7:30 PM.
For four (4) Wednesdays in Lent our topic of discussion will be Redemption in the
Midst of Brokenness: Scripture, Family Systems Theory and You. The series
will explore Scripture using the lens of Murray Bowen’s Family Systems Theory as a
way to reflect on our own life experience and spiritual journeys. After enjoying good
soup we will be engaged in a presentation and discussion. Led by Pastor Alanna.
Two remaining Wednesdays
March 18, 2015: Joseph and His Brothers: Influences of Sibling Position
March 25, 2015: Disciples in Jerusalem: Family Systems & Anxiety
ALTAR GUILD: needs coffee cans for our flower delivery ministry. The regular 1 lb.
size and they can be either metal or plastic. Leave them Sundays in the sacristy or in
the office during the week.
ARUBA: CGS’s Timeshare is available to be reserved for any week in March of 2016.
Cost to reserve your week vacation is $300 with the remaining $1,200 due in
January. Contact Pastor Odie or Laurie Ascani immediately if interested. Andy and
Rainey Palmer had an outstanding time when they went last month with rave reviews
about the resort!
ADOPT-A-CHILD FOR EASTER BASKETS: Once again the Outreach Committee is
sponsoring this program for parishioners to supply Easter Baskets to the needy
children in residence at the Front Door Agency. The “Basket” with the names of
kids to adopt will be available on Sunday March 15th. Instructions will be provided
with the name of the specific child you adopt.
INQUIRERS’ CLASS: Saturday, March 21st 9:00AM – 12:00 Noon
Deepen your knowledge of your faith, religion and the Episcopal Church by
attending the Inquirers’ Class. There will be two sessions taught by the Pastor Odie.
The class is considered adequate preparation for anyone desiring to be confirmed or
received in the Episcopal Church when the Bishop comes to Southern Convocation
for Confirmation in April.
FRONT DOOR GOURMET FESTIVAL TICKETS: Sunday, March 22, 4-8 pm.
This fantastic event includes great food and auction items galore. Tickets are $100
per person but are available at $85 per person from Pastor Odie.