Thursday, October 7, 2010


Voluntary                                                                               Flutes (Second Suite)                                                                           Clerambault

Today’s service is adapted from The Book of Common Prayer (New York: Church Publishing Incorporated)

“Alleluia, sing to Jesus,” The Hymnal 1982, 460. 

Incense is used around the altar because it is on this table that holy things lie and it is at this table that our celebrations and prayers rise to God. From the psalms, “let my prayers rise like incense. . .”

Alleluia! sing to Jesus! his the scepter, his the throne;

Alleluia! his the triumph, his the victory alone;

Hark the songs of peaceful Zion thunder like a mighty flood;

Jesus out of every nation hath redeemed us by his blood.

Alleluia! not as orphans are we left in sorrow now;

Alleluia! he is near us, faith believes nor questions how:

though the cloud from sight received him, when the forty days were o’er,

shall our hearts forget his promise, “I am with you evermore”?

Alleluia! Bread of Heaven, thou on earth our food, our stay!

Alleluia! here the sinful flee to thee from day to day:

Intercessor, friend of sinners, earth’s Redeemer plead for me,

where the songs of all the sinless sweep across the crystal sea.

Opening Acclamation

The Collect of the Day 

The Lessons


Psalm 37:1-10               UMH 772

 Please read the verses printed in bold and join in the sung response.

Gospel Acclamation

Gospel Lesson                 Luke 17:5-10

      Before the reading:

The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke.

Glory to you, Lord Christ.

     After the reading:

The Gospel of the Lord

Praise to you, Lord Christ.



The Prayers of the People

  Form I, Book of Common Prayer.


Eucharistic Prayer B     The Book of Common Prayer, 367. 

The chalice in the center station contains wine, the other, grape juice,

Rice wafers on the altar are for those with gluten intolerance 

 “I am the bread of life,”    The Hymnal 1982, 335.


Great Thanksgiving

Sanctus                     UMH setting C, p.20

The Lord’s Prayer

The Breaking of the Bread

Alleluia. Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us;

Therefore let us keep the feast. Alleluia.


Invitation to Communion

Giving of the Bread and Cup

Music during Communion

 I am the bread of life

Prayer after Receiving

Eternal God, heavenly Father,

you have graciously accepted us as living members

of your Son our Savior Jesus Christ,

and you have fed us with spiritual food

in the Sacrament of his Body and Blood.

Send us now into the world in peace,

and grant us strength and courage

to love and serve you

with gladness and singleness of heart;

through Christ our Lord. Amen



Today’s service is sponsored by Anglican Studies.

+Friday, October 8, Mid-Day Eucharist: Presider: Rev. Toni Belin Ingram, Greater Smith Chapel A.M.E 

+Thursday, October 14, Service of Word: Preacher: Dr. Jennie Knight 05G, Director of Religious Education; Assistant Professor in the Practice of Religious Education and Community Ministries

+All services begin at 11:05 a.m.

Retiring Procession                                                     Lord, Whose Love through Humble Service                 UMH 581


Worship Notes

Greeters:  Jason Myers and Reginald Cleaver

Organist:  Jamie Shiell

Choir: Candler Chorale  Cantor: Jared Stine

Reader: Susan Landskroener

Acolyte & Liturgist: Zachary Thompson

Preacher/Celebrant:  The Right Rev. Keith Whitmore, Assistant Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta

Deacon:  Jenna Strizak

Servers:  Zachary Dearman, Kenny McGill, Robin Schreiber, 

Gospel Bearer: Emmy Corey

Thurifer: (carries the thurible with the burning incense) Marshall Jolly

Crucifer: Jody Greenwood

Boat: (The boat is the small container of extra incense.) Christopher Szarke

Torch bearers: Arlette Benoit and David Dixon

Bread baker:  Steve Reneau

Worship Office Coordinators: Krista Showalter Ehst, Kimberlee Payton, Susanna Haynes, Jon Yoder, 

Anglican Studies Coordinators: Marshall Jolly, Jenna Strizak