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Weekly Bulletin

The Holy Trinity         Jun 11, 2017

Welcome in the name of the Risen Lord Jesus Christ. If you are visiting, we are glad that you are here and kindly ask that you sign our guest book at the sanctuary doors. If you would like to become a member please speak to the Pastor. In case of illness, the Pastor should be informed. He will always be glad to speak with those who are confronted with problems of a spiritual nature. The time before worship is a quiet time for prayer and meditation to prepare for worship. Please see the inside cover of the hymnal for prayers and page 329f to prepare for Holy Communion. Communicant members are asked to fill out a communion card found in the pew racks and place it in the offering plates.

Collect of the Day

Almighty and everlasting God, You have given us grace to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity by the confession of a true faith and to worship the Unity in the power of the Divine Majesty. Keep us steadfast in this faith and defend us from all adversities; for You, O Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, live and reign, one God, now and forever.

ORDER OF SERVICE: Divine Service, setting one on page 151.     

      The Introit is sung responsively by half verse and is found on the insert.  “This Is the Feast” is sung on page 155.


Introit (sung responsively by half-verse)

Blessed be the Holy Trinity and the undivided | Unity.*

          Let us give glory to him because he has shown

     his mer-| cy to us.    


     I have set the LORD always be-| fore me;*

    because he is at my right hand, I shall not be | shaken.


     Therefore my heart is glad, and my whole being re-| joices;*

                             my flesh also | dwells secure.    


     For you will not abandon my soul | to Sheol,*

          or let your holy one see cor- | ruption.


     You make known to me the | path of life;*

          in your presence there is fullness of joy;

          at your right hand are pleasures for- | evermore.


            Glory be to the Father and | to the Son

                   and to the Holy | Spirit;


            as it was in the be- | ginning,

                   is now, and will be forever. | Amen.


 Blessed be the Holy Trinity and the undivided | Unity.*

     Let us give glory to him because he has shown

     his mer-| cy to us.    


READINGS:     Readings:  Genesis 1:1-2:4a          Acts 2:14a, 22-36                                  Matthew 28:16-20

HYMNS:   906,   498(sermon),   948 (offering),  960,  495,  940,  507

Presiding Minister (P):  Rev. Jack Hetzel                                          Assisting minister (A) lay: Shane

Organist/Pianist: Paula                                                                      Acolyte: Christine

Sound System: Anna/Philip                                                              Webmaster:  Michael

Secretary: Debby (Wed. 5-7)                                                             Parish Nurse: Jane   

Pastor Available for Confession & Absolution

Tues. & Thurs. (9am – Noon)

Bible Class and Sunday School

Sunday 9:30am

Holy Communion:

Since the Lord’s Supper gives the forgiveness of sins in the body and blood of Christ to all who believe the words “given and shed” and is also a celebration of oneness in faith, we ask that only those who have professed such faith publicly in a Lutheran Church-Canada (or Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) congregation come to the Lord’s Altar.  Everyone intending to commune for the first time is kindly asked to speak with the Pastor prior to the service.

PRAYER INTERCESSIONS: Konrad died in Christ, June 6; Fran; Dennis; Hannelore; June; Bill; Rev. Kurt; Rev. Greg; Olga; Monika; Edith; David; Kim; Asser;  Gheorghe; Sharon; Autumn; Susan; Mary; Sherran & Larry; Heather; Herta; Gene & Margaret; Albina; Debbie & Stephanie; Betty; Lucie; Andre & Micheline; Jeanine; George & Waldtraut; Brenda; George & Jeannie; Rev. Delmar & Mardelle; Johanna; Claudette

​​PRAYER CHAIN:  Paula, our Evangelism Team Leader, has restarted the prayer chain for anyone who is in need of help.  Once a request is either brought to her and/or from Pastor, she will call the prayer chain members, who will only have knowledge of a person in need of support and prayers. All will be confidential, unless otherwise instructed by you. Please call, we’re here for you. Paula

SAINTS ALIVE: 6.14@noon Guest speaker, Jane's Daughter Elizabeth who is a Durham police officer, will be here to discuss how to protect yourself from phone and door to door scams.  ALL are welcome to attend.

VBS- Please pray for our community to be part of our summer program.   Thank you, VBS Team.

REFORMATION SERVICE EVENT FUND RAISER: ending June 11th will be matched by FaithLife Financial up to $300.00

GREETERS: Please step in for our days not supported this summer.

GRASS CUTTING: Help needed for cutting the grass : Help is required for grass cutting around the church at least once every two weeks.  Please consider helping in this over the spring and summer period. If you are interested please contact . Ed

SAINT VINCENT’S KITCHEN: if anyone would like to help with our team it's the 4th Saturday of every month.  You can Contact Charlie and Christine Farnell at 905-263-8497 or St. Vincent’s kitchen at 905-434-7543; ask for Valerie Moreton. People can come in the morning for prep, or in the afternoon for serving, busing or drying dishes.  Or to help close.  Morning times 9-12 Afternoon 2-5 Evening 5-7.

LCC KITCHENER CONVENTION For the first time since 2002 Lutheran Church–Canada will hold its national church convention in Kitchener. The triennial event, meeting under the Reformation-based theme "Christ alone. Christ forever”, is scheduled for October 13-16 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Kitchener. Delegates from across Canada will gather to worship, conduct church business, discuss restructuring, elect those who will serve the national church (including a new president), and enjoy fellowship. Members of East District congregations will have the opportunity to join the convention for Opening Worship on Friday, October 13 at Historic St. Paul’s, drop by to take in the debate or visit exhibitors, attend a special Reformation Concert Saturday, October 14 at Grace Lutheran Church or enjoy a special reception for President Bugbee Sunday evening. Watch for more details. For convention information go to   Lend a hand!  When more than 200 lay persons, pastors and deacons of Lutheran Church–Canada meet in Kitchener, October 13-16 for LCC’s national convention, there will be a numb    er of opportunities for members of our congregation to serve — everything from greeters to drivers and on-site volunteers at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Go to , check out what’s available, and sign-up!


​​This Week under Grace


Today (W)                    9:30am                           Bible Class

                                   10:30am                           Divine Service(C)

Tuesday                      7:30pm                           Council meeting

Wednesday                9:00 am                           Matins

                                   12:00pm                          Saints alive

Sunday (G)                 9:30am                            Bible Class

                                  10:30am                            Divine Service (C) (Father’s Day

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