Candler School of Theology
Friday Mid-Day Eucharist
15 October 2010 | Season after Pentecost
“’And will God not grant justice to those who cry to God day and night?
Will God delay long in helping them?’” Luke 18:7
†Hymn Be Thou My Vision UMH 451
O Loving Creator who hears our cry,
We have asked, and you have met us here.
Hear our constant petition, and grant us justice.
That we may also carry your justice to the world.
In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Psalm 121 UMH 844, Response 1
†Gospel Acclamation Alleluia FWS 2014
†Gospel Lesson Luke 18:1-8
Prayers of the People
Lord, in your mercy.
Hear our prayer.
+Sanctus Musical Setting C UMH 20
…Therefore, according to his command, O Father,
We remember his death,
We proclaim his resurrection,
We await his coming glory.
The Lord’s Prayer
Giving of the Bread and Cup
Rice wafers are on the altar for those with gluten intolerance.
Music during Communion Ubi Caritas (Live in Charity) from the Taizé Community, in The Faith We Sing, 2179
Live in charity and steadfast love, Live in charity,
God will dwell with you.
Ubi caritas, et amor, ubi caritas, Deus ibi est.
†Prayer after Communion
Eternal God, we give you thanks for this holy mystery
in which you have given yourself to us.
Grant that we may go into the world
in the strength of your Spirit,
to give ourselves for others,
in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
†Hymn Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior UMH 351
Signs of Peace
Celebrant: The Rev. Buddy Crawford, Pastoral Associate—St. Philip’s Cathedral
Deacon: Marshall Jolly
Organist: Sarang Love
Reader: Jenna Strizak
Bread Baker: Steve Reneau
Worship Office Coordinators: Kim Sorrells, Rev. Nicolas O’Neal, Lee Curtis, Anna Tew, Dedric Cowser, Kate McMath.
Collect: Written by Anna Tew
Prayers of the People: adapted by Anna Tew from Intercessions for the Christian People, Collegeville, MN: Pubelo Press, 1990.
†Please rise in body or spirit, as you are able
Today’s Gospel will be read by an ancient technique known as Lectio Divina, which is Latin for “divine reading”. The Gospel textis read four times, with time for prayer, reflection, and meditation in between. Sometimes a bell or chime is used to mark the end of each moment of meditation.
The Sursum Corda is from the 1982 Episcopalian Hymn,
Please feel free to prayer in your own language.
Traditionally, Christians have greeted one another with “Shalom” (“peace”), “Peace of Christ,” “Peace of the Lord,” or “Peace be with you.
Word and Table
11:05a.m. Reformation Day
Dr. Margot Kässmann
Word and Table
5:30p.m. Anglican Evensong
Dr. Gary Mason
Service of Table, 11:05a.m.
Rev. Tom Gildemeister