St. Michael and All Angels – October 2, 2016
Mass – 11 o’clock in the morning
The Baptism of Dylan Joseph Chase
Join the growing number of members, prospective members, and visitors worshiping together at Holy Trinity.
Pastor Miller’s Sermon: “Let Your Holy Angel Be with Me”
Daniel 10:10-14; 12:1-3
Psalm 103:1-5, 20-22
Prelude: “Prelude” from Prelude, Fugue, and Variation – César Franck
Offertory: Faire is the Heaven – William Harris
Postlude:Te splendor et virtus Patris– Marcel Dupré
Christ, the Fair Glory
#424 Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones
#423 Shall We Gather at the River
#490 Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
#414 Holy God, We Praise Your Name
Please keep in your prayers: Dylan Joseph Chase as he prepares for baptism, Ellen Benton, Cory Bricco, Charlotte Cage, Peg Faulkner, Dolores Fernandez, Barbara French, the Rev. David Gleason, Ed Hannah, Maria Jacobson, Diana Langer Marcus, Lawrence Lever, Bill Lutz, Susan Sterne McCann, Margaret Nelson, Jytte Palumbo, Glenda Paschal, Wanda Pate, Robert Radsch, Mike Rodriguez, Thorvald Slater, and Benjamin Weiner. .
Baptism Through the Centuries & Baptism Now at Holy Trinity
Sundays:, October 9 & 16
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Gather in the nave following Coffee Hour
You are invited to attend these lively and informative discussions as we examine one of the dreams that came up in our summer listening sessions: how to make our baptismal font more central in our life together.
• This Sunday, October 2, the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels, we will celebrate the baptism of Dylan Joseph Chase in the center of the nave. Join your new brother in Christ as he becomes a child of God on this stunning day.
• Next Sunday, October 9, we will walk to two or three area churches to see the placement of their baptismal fonts and then go to lunch. If you would like to go to lunch following, call the church office to make reservations.
• On Sunday, October 16, we will discuss the fonts we have seen and our thoughts regarding what might work best at Holy Trinity.
This half-hour liturgy is an opportunity to rest in the rush of the week. If you are unable to worship on Sunday, come to this liturgy where this is a homily, music, and Holy Communion. Come and see how many are gathering for this lovely time of worship.