May 29 , 2016


We invite you to keep a time of silence in preparation for worship

8:15am HOLY COMMUNION (Book of Common Prayer page 67 1st Reading: Galatians 1:1-12 (New Testament p.187) 2nd Reading: Luke 7:1-10 (New Testament p.65) Homily: Rev. Holly Klemmensen 10:00am HOLY EUCHARIST (Celtic Eucharist-printed separately) We invite you to keep a time of silence in preparation for worship Prelude Processional Hymn: 18 The Collect of the Day 1st Reading: 1 Kings 18:20-21, 30-39 (Old Testament p.325) Psalm 96 (BAS p.834) Psalm Refrain (said): Sing to the Lord a new song. Sing and bless his name. 2nd Reading: Galatians 1:1-12(New Testament p.187) Gradual Hymn: 292 vs. 1,2 Gospel Reading: Luke 7:1-10 (New Testament p.65) Gradual Hymn: 292 vs. 3 Sermon: Rev. Holly Klemmensen Prayers of the People The Peace - Announcements The Celebration of the Eucharist Offertory Hymn: 385 Communion Hymns: 613, 531, 382 (please join in the singing of these hymns)

Blessing Recessional Hymn: 565 Postlude ( the postlude is part of the service and you are invited to stay & enjoy this music)

Each Sunday, immediately following the postlude at the 10am service, we offer the laying on of hands with anointing for healing - at the front pew near the piano. All are welcome. At this time you may request prayer for healing for yourself or for someone you know. In the Narthex, we have FM Assistive Listening Devices. Please speak with the Verger if you would like to use one. Please return them to the Verger following the service.

WE WELCOME NEWCOMERS & VISITORS and invite you to participate fully in our worship this morning. You are welcome to come to the Altar Rail or station to receive communion or a blessing. All are encouraged to receive from the chalice or with bread alone, and to refrain from intinction (dipping the wafer in the chalice). NURSERY for children (up to 3yrs old) in room 302 of the Parish Hall during the 10:00am service. COLLECT: Lord God of the nations, you have revealed your will to all people and promised us your saving help. May we hear and do what you command, that the darkness may be overcome by the power of your light; through your son Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, now and for ever. Amen. PRAYER OVER THE GIFTS: Eternal God, receive all we offer you this day. Give us the wisdom of obedience and help us to do your holy and life-giving will; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. PRAYER AFTER COMMUNION: Eternal God, you have fed us at the table of your grace. Deliver us from all spiritual pride, and give us a quiet confidence in your mercy. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


SERVICES Every Wednesday: June 5:

June 12:

-10am - Holy Communion

Pentecost III 8:15am—Holy Communion 10:00am—Holy Eucharist 7:00pm—Evensong Pentecost IV 8:15am—Holy Communion 10:00am—Holy Eucharist

Canon Stuart Pike is away this weekend at a conference.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR NAME TAG This is a great help for visitors, clergy & other parishioners. Need a name tag? Please sign the form located by the name tag board in the narthex.

MAY 29, 2016


Today the Sunday School children are planting flowers in front of the church hall (weather permitting). Take a look enjoy them on your way to coffee after the service. Thank you to our helpers who provided extra hands today.


Special Evensong One of the most beautiful parts of Anglican worship is our Evening Prayer service as found in the Book of Common Prayer. Many people have commented to the Worship Committee that they miss this wonderful opportunity of prayer and worship. So in response to those requests, next Sunday June 5th at 7pm, there will be a special choral evensong here at St. Luke’s. Please mark this on your calendar and plan to attend. Our last Community Lunch for this spring will be held this Wednesday at 11:30. No reservations are needed! Our menu will be picnic themed, with chicken and veggie burgers, salads, and fruit. The lunches will resume on Wednesday, September 21. The Welcome Back Volunteers Meeting will be on Wed. September 7, 10:30-12:00. New volunteers are always welcome. For information contact Heather White at 905-639-2922.

PLEASE NOTE: Taizé Night Prayer—originally scheduled for Friday June 10, 2016 has been cancelled Church on Tap –originally scheduled for this evening has been cancelled

SALE OF TOURTIERES Pies are to be pre-ordered and prepaid TODAY, for pick-up on JUNE 12 The pies will be 9” family size @ $20 and 4” individual size @ $7. Orders will be taken at coffee hour today or by calling Barbara at 905-634-9135.

Parish Picnic! NEXT SUNDAY June 12th, following the 10am worship Come, bring your lunch, and enjoy relaxing on our lovely green space with your parish family. There will be games for the kids (and those brave adults who wish to join in), there will be hotdogs and drinks for the children and it is sure to be a grand time. If the weather should not cooperate we will simply move into our hall and camp out on the floor. All are welcome!


GARDEN TOUR AND ENGLISH TEA SUNDAY JUNE 26TH 5 BEAUTIFUL GARDENS TO TOUR FROM 10AM TO 5PM DELICIOUS ENGLISH TEA SERVED IN THE PARISH HALL FROM 2 TO 4:30PM TICKETS ON SALE AT COFFEE HOUR - $25 EACH CONTACT VERONICA RICHARDS-MILLER 905-637-6341 IT’S ALMOST TIME FOR LEMONADE ON THE LAWN! Beginning Sunday June 12th, we will enjoy lemonade on the lawn (weather permitting) following the 10am service. Please see Olivia to sign up to serve one Sunday during the summer. THE FINAL COFFEE HOUR before the summer will be on Sunday June 5th. Thank you to Mary, Steve and Tim for keeping tea and coffee flowing every deserve a break!


PARISH COUNCIL MINUTES are available in the library following each meeting. The white binder can be found on a lower shelf in the reference area, which is to the right of the door. Please do not remove the binder from the library.

NEEDED FOR THE GARAGE SALE ON JUNE 4TH ****Perennials and pots. If you need help in digging them up or splitting them, call Veronica at 905-637-6341. ALSO *****Baking for the bake table. Please have items wrapped in Saran and labelled. Thank you. BOOK/BIBLE STUDY – This summer we will gather to read and reflect upon the book titled “Consider the Birds” by Debbie Blue. From the image of the dove to the rooster, birds play a dynamic part in Scripture. Together we will experience an avian journey through the Bible with ten highlighted birds throughout scripture. Debbie Blue has written a provocative guide to Birds of the Bible while providing us with profound truths about humanity, faith, and God’s mysterious grace. She graduated from Yale Divinity School and is the founding pastor of a church in St. Paul Minnesota. Our study will begin July 4th to August 29th. We will meet in the boardroom promptly at 1:30 until approximately 3 pm on Mondays. All are welcome. To register: please contact Marjorie Latimer at 905-639-4386 prior to June 15th.

On June 12th, we will bless the Pocket Prayer Crosses and commission the Pastoral Care team during the 10am service.

Glen Soderholm in Concert Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Knox Church, 461 Elizabeth Street In support of the Burlington Downtown Refugee Alliance. All proceeds will go to our refugee family. $15 in advance; $20 at the door. Glen Soderholm is an experienced singer/songwriter/performer who has five albums to his credit. His music is insightful spiritual acoustic folk.

Please join us for coffee/tea and a time of fellowship in the Great Hall, following the 10am service.

PHOENIX FELLOWSHIP DROP IN CENTRE Meets Wednesday mornings in room 201 of the Parish Hall following the 10am church service…. June 1: Social Day, Election of Executive, Monthly Birthday Draw June 8: Lunch at Eclipse Restaurant (last meeting until Sept.)

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL CHURCH GROUPS Please notify the office as soon as possible to let us know the date of your last meeting and the date of your start up in the fall. This frees up our hall calendar for other bookings and insures that the weekly calendar in the bulletin is accurate. 905-634-1826 or [email protected]

HALTON FRESH FOOD BOX Large $20 Small $15 Bag $10 Ordering envelopes are available in the church office. Orders are due by the 1st Tuesday of each month and pick up day is the 3rd Tuesday of each month between 3:30 and 5pm in the parish hall. Please mark your calendars and bring your bags.

On behalf of the Pastoral Care Division, we are currently looking for piano players. If you are interested and are willing to fill in, on occasion, at one of our monthly mid-week services held at one of our several residential seniors homes, please be in touch with Rev. Holly. We warmly welcome you to join with us, to experience and share in this lovely, holy and life-giving ministry. Thank you.

PWRDF RESPONDS TO FORT MCMURRAY FIRES On May 12, PWRDF sent an initial $6,000 to the Diocese of Edmonton for immediate relief needs for evacuees of the Fort McMurray fires. This is in addition to the $15,000 PWRDF sent last week for the Diocese of Athabasca. These funds will help parishes whose clergy began responding as soon as families began to arrive in their communities with little more than the clothes on their backs. Parishes have provided pastoral care along with necessary items to families who lost everything. This is ministry. It is the work of the Church, and the ministry of PWRDF— to provide relief to those in need, comfort to the suffering, and to walk and work alongside the people affected by this or any disaster as they rebuild their communities and their lives. If you would like to help out, please use the envelopes in the pews. Make cheques payable to St. Luke’s Church and mark ‘PWRDF’ on the ‘donation for’ line of the envelope and on the memo line of the cheque. Contact Jackie Maver 905-681-6097

MAY 29, 2016



St. Luke’s Anglican Church Parish Hall 1382 Ontario Street DATE: JUNE 4TH TIME: 8AM TO 1PM

We need your help with our huge garage sale for St. Luke’s WE ARE LOOKING FOR: VOLUNTEERS, Children’s Items & Toys, Clothing, Books General Household Items, Furniture Garden Plants & Treasures, Goodies for our Bake Table NO COMPUTERS, TVs, MAJOR APPLIANCES, VCR TAPES, MATTRESSES, UPHOLSTERED OR CHILDREN’S FURNITURE PLEASE For information: Brad 905 331 1928 or Alan 905 634 5483 or Don 905 637 2660 Drop off donations at Parish Hall Friday June 3rd 9am-7pm To arrange for pick up, contact Brad, Alan or Don at the numbers above.

Vacation Bible Camp! When? August 15-19 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon daily Who can come? Kids from kindergarten to grade 6 Where? Knox Presbyterian Church 461 Elizabeth Street, Burlington How much? It’s FREE!! Registration opens May 8th. Check our web sites for more details. or