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Blessed
be
Your
name
when
the
sun's
shining
down
on
me,
 When
the
world's
all
as
it
should
be,
blessed
be
Your
name.
 Blessed
be
Your
name
on
the
road
marked
with
suffering,
 Though
there's
pain
in
the
offering,
blessed
be
Your
name.


Twenty­Sixth
Sunday
After
Pentecost


Chorus


November
17,
2013


Bridge


Our
service
begins
on
p.
355,
“The
Holy
Eucharist:
Rite
Two,”

 in
The
Book
of
Common
Prayer.


“Holy,
Holy,
Holy”
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
Lord
God
Almighty,
 Early
in
the
morning
our
song
shall
rise
to
Thee.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
merciful
and
mighty,
 God
in
Three
Persons,
Blessed
Trinity.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
all
the
saints
adore
Thee,
 Casting
down
their
golden
crowns
around
the
glassy
sea.
 Cherubim
and
seraphim,
falling
down
before
Thee,
 Who
wert
and
art
and
evermore
shalt
be.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
though
the
darkness
hide
Thee,
 Though
the
eye
of
sinful
man
Thy
glory
may
not
see.
 Only
Thou
art
holy,
there
is
none
beside
Thee,
 Perfect
in
power,
love
and
purity.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
Lord
God
Almighty,
 All
Thy
works
shall
praise
Thy
name,
 In
earth
and
sky
and
sea.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
merciful
and
mighty,
 God
in
Three
Persons,
Blessed
Trinity.


“Blessed
Be
Your
Name”
(Matt
&
Beth
Redmond)
 Blessed
be
Your
Name
in
the
land
that
is
plentiful,
 Where
Your
streams
of
abundance
flow,
blessed
be
Your
name.
 Blessed
be
Your
name
when
I'm
found
in
the
desert
place,
 Though
I
walk
through
the
wilderness,
blessed
be
Your
name.
 Chorus
 Every
blessing
You
pour
out
I'll
turn
back
to
praise,
 When
the
darkness
closes
in,
Lord,
still
I
will
say,
 Blessed
be
the
name
of
the
Lord,
blessed
be
Your
name,
 Blessed
be
the
name
of
the
Lord,
blessed
be
Your



glorious
name.


You
give
and
take
away,
You
give
and
take
away,
 My
heart
will
choose
to
say,
Lord,
blessed
be
Your
name.
 THE
WORD
OF
GOD


(All
standing)
 Celebrant:
 Blessed
be
God:
Father,
Son,
and
Holy
Spirit.

 People:
 And
blessed
be
his
kingdom,
now
and
for
ever.
 Amen.

 Celebrant:
 The
Lord
be
with
you.
 People:
 And
also
with
you.
 Celebrant:
 Let
us
pray.
 Almighty
God,
to
you
all
hearts
are
open,
all
desires
known,
and
 from
you
no
secrets
are
hid:
Cleanse
the
thoughts
of
our
hearts
 by
the
inspiration
of
your
Holy
Spirit,
that
we
may
perfectly
love
 you,
and
worthily
magnify
your
holy
Name;
through
Christ
our
 Lord.
Amen.


“Glory
to
God
in
the
Highest”
 Glory
to
God
in
the
highest,

 And
peace
to
His
people
on
earth.

 Lord
God,
heavenly
King,
almighty
God
and
Father,
 We
worship
You,
we
give
You
thanks,
we
praise
You
for
Your
glory.
 Lord
Jesus
Christ,
only
Son
of
the
Father,

 Lord
God,
Lamb
of
God,
You
take
away
the
sin
of
the
world:

 Have
mercy
on
us;
 You
are
seated
at
the
right
hand
of
the
Father:

 Receive
our
prayer.
 For
You
alone
are
the
Holy
One,

 You
alone
are
the
Lord.
 You
alone
are
the
Most
High,
Jesus
Christ,
 With
the
Holy
Spirit,

 In
the
Glory
of
God
the
Father.
Amen.


Celebrant:
 The
Lord
be
with
you.
 People:
 And
also
with
you.
 Celebrant:
 Let
us
pray.


(At
the
conclusion
of
the
reading…)
 Reader:


 The
Word
of
the
Lord.
 People:



 Thanks
be
to
God.


Collect
of
the
Day
 Blessed
Lord,
who
caused
all
holy
Scriptures
to
be
written
for
our
 learning:
Grant
us
so
to
hear
them,
read,
mark,
learn,
and
inwardly
 digest
them,
that
we
may
embrace
and
ever
hold
fast
the
blessed
 hope
of
everlasting
life,
which
you
have
given
us
in
our
Savior
Jesus
 Christ;
who
lives
and
reigns
with
you
and
the
Holy
Spirit,
one
God,
 for
ever
and
ever.
Amen.


THE
LITURGY
OF
THE
WORD


(Silence
to
hear
God
speak.)


(At
the
conclusion
of
the
reading...)
 Reader:


The
Word
of
the
Lord.
 People:
 Thanks
be
to
God.


Rev.
Chris
Bollegar
 


The
Nicene
Creed















 BCP,
p.
86


Surely,
it
is
God
who
saves
me;
*
 
 I
will
trust
in
him
and
not
be
afraid.
 For
the
Lord
is
my
stronghold
and
my
sure
defense,
*
 
 and
he
will
be
my
Savior.
 Therefore
you
shall
draw
water
with
rejoicing
*
 
 from
the
springs
of
salvation.
 And
on
that
day
you
shall
say,
*
 
 Give
thanks
to
the
Lord
and
call
upon
his
Name;
 Make
his
deeds
known
among
the
peoples;
*
 
 see
that
they
remember
that
his
Name
is
exalted.
 Sing
the
praises
of
the
Lord,
for
he
has
done
great
things,
*
 
 and
this
is
known
in
all
the
world.
 Cry
aloud,
inhabitants
of
Zion,
ring
out
your
joy,
*
 
 for
the
great
one
in
the
midst
of
you
is
the
Holy
One
of
Israel.
 Glory
to
the
Father;
and
to
the
Son,
and
to
the
Holy
Spirit;
 



as
it
was
in
the
beginning,
is
now
and
will
be
forever.
Amen.


Second
Reading:
2
Thessalonians
3:6­13


Gospeler:

 The
Holy
Gospel
of
our
Lord
Jesus
Christ
according
to

 
 St.
Luke.
 People:
 Glory
to
you,
LORD
Christ.
 (At
the
conclusion
of
the
reading…)
 Gospeler:
 The
Gospel
of
the
LORD.
 People:
 Praise
to
you,
LORD
Christ.



Sermon


First
Reading:
Isaiah
65:17­25


Canticle
9
(Isaiah
12:2­6)


Gospel:

Luke
21:5­19
 (Before
the
reading…)


(Please
stand
and
profess
together.)
 We
believe
in
one
God,
the
Father,
the
Almighty,
maker
of
hea­ ven
and
earth,
of
all
that
is,
seen
and
unseen.
 We
believe
in
one
Lord,
Jesus
Christ,
the
only
Son
of
God,
 eternally
begotten
of
the
Father,
God
from
God,
Light
from
 Light,
true
God
from
true
God,
begotten,
not
made,
of
one
Being
 with
the
Father.
Through
him
all
things
were
made.
For
us
and
 for
our
salvation
he
came
down
from
heaven:
by
the
power
of
 the
Holy
Spirit
he
became
incarnate
from
the
Virgin
Mary,
and
 was
made
man.
For
our
sake
he
was
crucified
under
Pontius
 Pilate;
he
suffered
death
and
was
buried.
On
the
third
day
he
 rose
again
in
accordance
with
the
Scriptures;
he
ascended
into
 heaven
and
is
seated
at
the
right
hand
of
the
Father.
He
will
 come
again
in
glory
to
judge
the
living
and
the
dead,
and
his
 kingdom
will
have
no
end.
 We
believe
in
the
Holy
Spirit,
the
Lord,
the
giver
of
life,
who
 proceeds
from
the
Father
and
the
Son.
With
the
Father
and
the
 Son
he
is
worshiped
and
glorified.
He
has
spoken
through
the
 Prophets.
We
believe
in
one
holy
catholic
and
apostolic
Church.
 We
acknowledge
one
baptism
for
the
forgiveness
of
sins.
We
 look
for
the
resurrection
of
the
dead,
and
the
life
of
the
world
to
 come.
Amen.


Prayers
of
the
People


BCP,
p.
387


(The
Leader
and
People
pray
responsively.)
 Father,
we
pray
for
your
holy
Catholic
Church;
 That
we
all
may
be
one.


Celebrant:

 
 Almighty
God,
have
mercy
on
you,
forgive
you
all
your
 sins
through
our
Lord
Jesus
Christ,
strengthen
you
in
 all
goodness,
and
by
the
power
of
the
Holy
Spirit
keep
 you
in
eternal
life.
Amen.
 People:

 Amen.


Grant
that
every
member
of
the
Church
may
truly
and
humbly

 serve
you;

 That
your
Name
may
be
glorified
by
all
people.


The
Peace


We
pray
for
all
bishops,
priests,
and
deacons;
 That
they
may
be
faithful
ministers
of
your
Word
and
 Sacraments.


(The
ministers
and
the
people
greet
one
another
in
the
name
of
the
Lord.)


We
pray
for
all
who
govern
and
hold
authority
in
the
nations
of

 the
world;
 That
there
may
be
justice
and
peace
on
the
earth.
 Give
us
grace
to
do
your
will
in
all
that
we
undertake;

 That
our
works
may
find
favor
in
your
sight.
 Have
compassion
on
those
who
suffer
from
any
grief
or
trouble;

 That
they
may
be
delivered
from
their
distress.
 Give
to
the
departed
eternal
rest.
 Let
light
perpetual
shine
upon
them.
 We
praise
you
for
your
saints
who
have
entered
into
joy;
 May
we
also
come
to
share
in
your
heavenly
kingdom.
 (The
Celebrant
adds
a
concluding
Collect.)


The
Confession











BCP,
p.
360









Celebrant:
Let
us
confess
our
sins
against
God
and
our
neighbor.
 (Moment
of
Silence)
 Celebrant
and
People:
 Most
merciful
God,
we
confess
that
we
have
sinned
against
you
 in
thought,
word
and
deed,
by
what
we
have
done
and
by
what
 we
have
left
undone.
We
have
not
loved
you
with
our
whole
 heart;
we
have
not
loved
our
neighbors
as
ourselves.
We
are
 truly
sorry
and
we
humbly
repent.
For
the
sake
of
your
Son
 Jesus
Christ,
have
mercy
on
us
and
forgive
us;
that
we
may
 delight
in
your
will,
and
walk
in
your
ways,
to
the
glory
of
your
 Name.
Amen.


Assurance
of
Pardon





Celebrant:


 The
Peace
of
the
Lord
be
always
with
you.
 
People:

 And
also
with
you.



Offering

 (We
sing
and
worship
God
as
we
offer
all
we
have
and
all
we
are
to
 Him,
symbolized
by
the
giving
of
monetary
gifts
from
our
own
 resources
for
the
spread
of
God’s
Kingdom
through
Holy
Trinity,
 Broomfield.)


Offertory




“In
the
Shadow
of
The
Glorious
Cross”

 (Brooke
Ritter
&
Rebecca
Bales)
 In
the
shadow
of
the
glorious
cross,

 Compelled
by
grace
to
cast
my
lot,
 I’ll
discard
the
loss
and
bear
your
name:

 Forsaking
all
for
your
own
fame.
 Your
hymn
of
grace
sung
over
me,

 Abounding
forth
in
glorious
streams.
 My
thirst
is
quenched
by
you,
my
Lord,

 Sustained
am
I,
redeemed,
restored.


 Sustained
am
I,
redeemed,
restored.
 Chorus
 Hallelujah!

Hallelujah!
 When
death’s
dark
shadow’s
at
my
feet,

 When
I
am
plagued
by
unbelief,
 You
placed
my
hands
into
your
side:

 By
precious
blood
identified.
 By
precious
blood
identified.
 These
crowns
I’ve
clenched
with
fisted
hands,

 I
cast
them
down
before
the
throne
of
Christ
my
God,

 The
worthy
lamb,
Christ
crucified,
the
great
I
AM.


 Christ
crucified,
the
great
I
AM.


 Christ
crucified,
the
great
I
AM.




THE
HOLY
COMMUNION
 The
Great
Thanksgiving


(Eucharistic
Prayer
A)
 



 
 
 
 
 


BCP,
p.
361


Celebrant:
The
Lord
be
with
you.
 
 People:
 And
also
with
you.
 Celebrant:
Lift
up
your
hearts.
 People:
 We
lift
them
to
the
LORD.
 Celebrant:
Let
us
give
thanks
to
the
LORD
our
God.
 People:
 It
is
right
to
give
him
thanks
and
praise.
 Celebrant:
It
is
right
.
.
.
to
proclaim
the
glory
of
your
Name.
 Holy,
holy,
holy,
Lord
God
of
power
and
might
 Heaven
and
earth
are
full
of
your
glory.
 Hosanna,
Hosanna
in
the
highest.
 Blessed,
Blessed
is
he
who
comes
in
the
name
of
the
Lord.
 Hosanna
in
the
highest.

 Hosanna,
Hosanna
in
the
highest.

 Hosanna,
Hosanna
in
the
highest.
 Celebrant:
Holy
and
gracious
Father.
.
.
Therefore
we
proclaim
the
 mystery
of
faith.
 Celebrant
and
People:
 
 
 
 
 Christ
has
died.
 
 
 
 
 Christ
is
risen.
 
 
 Christ
will
come
again.
 Celebrant:
We
celebrate
.
.
.
Almighty
Father,
now
and
forever.
 People:

 
 AMEN.


And
now
let
us
pray
with
confidence
as
our
Savior
Christ
has
taught
us,

 Our
Father,
who
art
in
heaven,
hallowed
be
thy
Name,
thy
 kingdom
come,
thy
will
be
done,
on
earth
as
it
is
in
heaven.
Give
 us
this
day
our
daily
bread.
And
forgive
us
our
trespasses,
as
we
 forgive
those
who
trespass
against
us.
And
lead
us
not
into
 temptation,
but
deliver
us
from
evil.
For
thine
is
the
kingdom
and
 the
power,
and
the
glory,
forever
and
ever.
Amen.


The
Breaking
of
the
Bread



BCP,
p.
364


Celebrant:
 Alleluia.
Christ
our
Passover
is
sacrificed
for
us.
 People:
 Therefore
let
us
keep
the
feast.
Alleluia.
 Celebrant:
 The
gifts
of
God
for
the
people
of
God.
 All
who
are
baptized
and
who
love
and
follow
Jesus
are
welcome
to
 receive
Communion.
Those
not
wishing
to
receive
may
cross
their
arms




across
their
chest
and
receive
a
prayer
for
God’s
blessing.
 During
Communion
time
prayer
teams
will
be
available
in
the
back
of
 the
room.

They
will
gladly
pray
with
you
individually
for
specific
 petitions
or
concerns
after
you
have
received
the
sacrament.


Communion
Songs
 INSTRUMENTAL

















Gillian
Sargeant


“10,000
Reasons”
(Bless
The
Lord)
 Chorus
 Bless
the
Lord,
O
my
soul,
 
 O
my
soul,
 
 Worship
His
holy
name.
 
 Sing
like
never
before,
 
 O
my
soul.
 
 I’ll
worship
Your
holy
name.
 The
sun
comes
up,
it’s
a
new
day
dawning;
 It’s
time
to
sing
Your
song
again.
 Whatever
may
pass,
and
whatever
lies
before
me,
 Let
me
be
singing
when
the
evening
comes.
 Chorus
(final)
 I’ll
worship
Your
holy
name.
 
 
 Yes,
I’ll
worship
Your
holy
name.
 You’re
rich
in
love,
and
You’re
slow
to
anger.
 Your
name
is
great,
and
Your
heart
is
kind.
 For
all
Your
goodness,
I
will
keep
on
singing;
 Ten
thousand
reasons
for
my
heart
to
find.
 And
on
that
day
when
my
strength
is
failing,
 The
end
draws
near,
and
my
time
has
come;
 Still
my
soul
will
sing
Your
praise
unending:
 Ten
thousand
years
and
then
forevermore!


“The
Christ,
Our
Light”

(©
2008
Bluepearlsnaps
Publishing,
Martin
Reardon)
 When
all
was
dark
and
without
dawn,
 You
gave
us
Light,
you
sent
your
son.
 The
Christ,
The
Christ,
He
shines,
He
shines.
 The
Christ,
The
Christ,
He
shines,
He
shines.
 And
drives
all
dark
away,
away.
 You
drive
all
dark
away,
away.
 When
we
were
enemies
of
the
cross,
 When
we
were
dead
in
sin,
so
lost,
 The
Christ,
the
Christ,
He
died,
He
died.


Dismissal


The
Christ,
the
Christ,
He
died,
He
died.
 To
drive
our
sin
away,
away.


Post
Communion
Prayer
 





 Children:








BCP,
p.
366


Celebrant
and
People:
 Almighty
and
everliving
God,
we
thank
you
for
feeding
us
with
 the
spiritual
food
of
the
most
precious
Body
and
Blood
of
your
 Son
our
Savior
Jesus
Christ;
and
for
assuring
us
in
these
holy
 mysteries
that
we
are
living
members
of
the
Body
of
your
Son,
 and
heirs
of
your
eternal
kingdom.
And
now,
Father,
send
us
out
 to
do
the
work
you
have
given
us
to
do,
to
love
and
serve
you
as
 faithful
witnesses
of
Christ
our
Lord.
To
him,
to
you,
and
to
the
 Holy
Spirit,
be
honor
and
glory,
now
and
for
ever.
Amen.


Blessing



 People:








Today’s
Servers


Chalice
Minister/Acolyte:
K.C.
Schwarz,
Paul
Sargeant
 Lector
(OT/Psalm):
Kathie
Tanner
 Lector
(NT):
K.C.
Schwarz
 Prayer
Ministers:
Ken
Adams
&
Carolyn
Harris
 Nursery/Children’s
Church:
Jenn
Lynette
 Ushers:
Bruce
Montgomery
 Verger/Recorder:
K.C.
Schwarz



 Thank
you
for
worshipping
with
us
today!


ANNOUNCEMENTS


(Newsboys)


It’s
the
song
of
the
redeemed
rising
from
the
African
plain.
 It’s
the
song
of
the
forgiven
drowning
out
the
Amazon
rain.
 The
song
of
Asian
believers
filled
with
Gods
holy
fire.
 It’s
every
tribe,
every
tongue,
every
nation,
 A
love
song
born
of
a
grateful
choir.
 Chorus
 
 
 
 
 


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Celebrant
speaks.








 
 All:
 
Amen.


Recessional



“He
Reigns”


Alleluia,
Alleluia.
Go
in
peace
to
love
and
serve
the
Lord.
 Thanks
be
to
God.
Alleluia,
alleluia.


It’s
all
God’s
children
singing,
 Glory,
glory,
hallelujah,
 He
reigns,
He
reigns.
 It’s
all
God’s
children
singing,
 Glory,
glory,
hallelujah,
 He
reigns,
He
reigns.


Let
is
rise
above
the
four
winds
caught
up
in
the
heavenly
sound.
 Let
praises
echo
from
the
towers
of
cathedrals,
 To
the
faithful
gathers
underground.
 Of
all
the
songs
sung
from
the
dawn
of
creation
some
were
meant
to
 persist.
 Of
all
the
bells
rung
from
a
thousand
steeples
none
rings
truer
than
 this.
 And
all
the
powers
of
darkness
tremble
at
what
they’ve
just
heard,
 ‘Cause
all
the
powers
of
darkness
can’t
drown
out
a
single
word.
 


Church
Parking



There
are
four
clearly
marked
handicapped
parking
spaces,
and
two
 visitors’
parking
spaces
outside
the
ministry
center.
In
order
to
save
the
 parking
spots
closest
to
the
ministry
center
for
those
who
need
them,
 please
park
on
the
west
side
of
Main
Street
if
you
can.
If
you
have
any
 questions
about
parking,
don’t
hesitate
to
speak
with
Fr.
Chris.
 


Reminder
About
Bulletins


Booklet‐sized
bulletins
for
visitors
are
available
at
the
back
table.
If
you
 would
like
one
for
your
own
use,
you
can
print
a
"PDF"
version
of
 upcoming
services
from
our
website,
www.holytrinitybroomfield.com.
 They
will
be
available
online
by
Fridays
around
noon.



 Normal
Schedule
&
Address


 We
worship
every
Sunday
at
10
a.m.
at
360
Main
Street
 (Presbyterian
Church
of
Broomfield
Ministry
Center).
  Our
mailing
address
is:
Holy
Trinity
Anglican
Church
(HTAC),
P.O.
 Box
1254,
Broomfield,
Colorado
80038‐1254.




Staff
Directory
  Rector:
The
Rev.
Chris
Bollegar,
303/514‐8146,
 [email protected]

 
  Assistant
to
Rector:
The
Rev.
Mark
Parker,
 [email protected]

  Deacon:

The
Rev.
John
Zahller,
[email protected]

  Senior
Lay
Leader:
K.C.
Schwarz,
[email protected]

  Mailing
Address
(donations
and
correspondence):

P.O.
Box
 1254,
Broomfield,
Colorado
80038‐1254
  Church
Website:
www.holytrinitybroomfield.com

  Grace
&
Gift
Ministry:
www.graceandgift.org,
Allison
Bollegar,
 [email protected]

  Prayer
Chain:
Stacy
Cialone,
720‐258‐5181,
 [email protected];
Judi
Southwell,
[email protected]

  Administrator
(part‐time):
Marrton
Dormish,
 [email protected]