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Service Details and Notices (Oakham)


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    All Saints O


    Weekly Pewsheet Service Details and Notices

    Bartholomew the Apostle

    Sunday 24 August 2014

    Oakham 8:00am Holy Communion (CW Trad)

    10:30am Parish Communion

    6:00pm Evensong

    Whissendine 11:00am Holy Communion

    Ashwell 11:00am Holy Communion

    Teigh 9:00am Holy Communion

    Market Overton 9:00am Holy Communion

    Langham 11:00am Holy Communion

    Braunston No service

    Brooke 8:00am Holy Communion

    Hambleton 9:15am Holy Communion (CW Trad)

    Egleton No service

    If you are new to this church or visiting, please make

    yourself known to the clergy or churchwardens.

    If you wish to receive Holy Communion in your pew, or

    would like a large print version of this Pewsheet, please ask

    a sidesperson.

    Please take this Pewsheet home

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    Oakham Team Clergy

    Revd Canon Lee Francis-Dehqani

    Team Rector (Oakham)

    01572 722108

    Revd Audrey Atkinson

    Team Vicar (Langham, Braunston, Brooke, Hambleton, Egleton)

    01572 723154

    Revd Janet Tebby

    Team Vicar (Whissendine, Teigh, Ashwell, Market Overton)

    01664 474096

    Revd Hildred Crowther

    Assistant Priest

    01572 767779

    Revd Dr Dominic Coad


    01572 770024

    Lay Ministers

    Mr Vyv Wainwright Reader 01572 759157 Mr Alan Rudge Reader 01572 755570 Mr David Pattinson Reader 01572 723884 Mrs Gail Rudge Parish Evangelist 01572 755570 Mrs Jenni Duffy Parish Evangelist 01572 720064 Mrs Madeleine Morris Pastoral Assistant 01572 868418

    Director of Music

    Mr Kevin Slingsby 01572 898242

    Oakham Team Office

    Mrs Janine Weaver Team Administrator

    01572 724007

    The Team Office is staffed on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9am- 1pm,

    Thursdays 11am-3pm and Fridays by email. Notices for inclusion in the pew

    sheet should be sent to or delivered to the office

    by Wednesday at 11 am.


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    8:00am Holy Communion

    10:30am Parish Communion*

    The Order of Service is contained in the separate Service Book.

    Opening Hymn*

    1. All my hope on God is founded; he doth still my trust renew.

    Me through change and chance he guideth, only good and only true.

    God unknown, he alone

    calls my heart to be his own.

    2. Human pride and earthly glory, sword and crown betray his trust;

    what with care and toil he buildeth, tower and temple, fall to dust.

    But Gods power, hour by hour,

    is my temple and my tower.

    3. Gods great goodness aye endureth, deep his wisdom, passing thought:

    splendour, light, and life attend him, beauty springeth out of naught.

    Evermore from his store

    new-born worlds rise and adore.

    4. Daily doth thAlmighty giver bounteous gifts on us bestow;

    his desire our souls delighteth, pleasure leads us where we go.

    Love doth stand at his hand;

    joy doth wait on his command.

    5. Still from earth to God eternal sacrifice of praise be done,

    high above all praises praising for the gift of Christ his Son.

    Christ doth call one and all:

    ye who follow shall not fall.

    Words: Robert Seymour Bridges (1844-1930), based on Meine Hoffnung stehet feste, Joachim Neander (1650-1680) Music: Michael, Herbert Howells (1892-1983)

    (Ancient & Modern 584)


    1. Glory to God, we give you thanks and praise,

    of heavenly joy and earthly peace we sing. We worship you, to you our hearts we raise,

    Lord God Almighty, Father, heavenly King.

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    2. Lord Jesus Christ, the Fathers only Son, you bore for us the load of this worlds sin. O Lamb of God, your glorious victory won,

    receive our prayer, grant us your peace within.

    3. Alone O Christ, you only are the Lord, at Gods right hand in majesty most high; who with the Spirit, worshipped and adored; with all the heavenly host we glorify.

    Words: Edwin Le Grice (1911-1992)

    Music: Woodlands, Walter Greatorex (1877-1949)


    Almighty and everlasting God,

    who gave to your apostle Bartholomew grace truly to believe and to preach your word:

    grant that your Church may love that word which he believed

    and may faithfully preach and receive the same; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

    who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

    First Reading Acts 5.12-16

    Many signs and wonders were done among the people through the apostles. And they were all together in Solomons Portico. None of the rest dared to join them, but the people held them in high esteem. Yet more than ever believers were added to the

    Lord, great numbers of both men and women, so that they even carried out the sick into the streets, and laid them on cots and mats, in order that Peters shadow might fall on some of them as he came by. A great number of people would also gather from the towns around Jerusalem, bringing the sick and those tormented by unclean spirits, and

    they were all cured.

    Second Reading 1 Corinthians 4.9-15

    I think that God has exhibited us apostles as last of all, as though sentenced to death, because we have become a spectacle to the world, to angels and to mortals. We are

    fools for the sake of Christ, but you are wise in Christ. We are weak, but you are strong. You are held in honour, but we in disrepute. To the present hour we are

    hungry and thirsty, we are poorly clothed and beaten and homeless, and we grow

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    weary from the work of our own hands. When reviled, we bless; when persecuted,

    we endure; when slandered, we speak kindly. We have become like the rubbish of the world, the dregs of all things, to this very day. I am not writing this to make you

    ashamed, but to admonish you as my beloved children. For though you might have ten thousand guardians in Christ, you do not have many fathers. Indeed, in Christ

    Jesus I became your father through the gospel.

    Gradual Hymn*

    1. O Christ, the Healer, we have come to pray for health, to plead for friends.

    How can we fail to be restored, when reached by love that never ends?

    2. From every ailment flesh endures

    our bodies clamour to be freed; yet in our hearts we would confess

    that wholeness is our deepest need.

    3. How strong, O Lord, are our desires, how weak our knowledge of ourselves!

    Release in us those healing truths unconscious pride resists or shelves.

    4. In conflicts that destroy our health

    we diagnose the world's disease; our common life declares our ills:

    is there no cure, 0 Christ, for these?

    5. Grant that we all, made one in faith, in your community may find

    the wholeness that, enriching us, shall reach the whole of humankind.

    Words: Fred Pratt Green (1903-2000)

    Music: Bow Brickhill, Sydney Hugo Nicholson (1875-1947) 1969 Stainer & Bell Ltd (Ancient & Modern 518)

    Gospel Luke 22.24-30

    A dispute also arose among the twelve as to which one of them was to be regarded

    as the greatest. But Jesus said to them, The kings of the Gentiles lord it over them; and those in authority over them are called benefactors. But not so with you; rather

    the greatest among you must become like the youngest, and the leader like one who serves. For who is greater, the one who is at the table or the one who serves? Is it not the one at the table? But I am among you as one who serves. You are those who

    have stood by me in my trials; and I confer on you, just as my Father has conferred on me, a kingdom, so that you may eat and drink at my table in my kingdom, and you

    will sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel.

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    Offertory Hymns*

    1. From heaven you came, helpless babe, entered our world, your glory veiled;

    not to be served but to serve, and give your life that we might live.

    This is our God, the Servant King,

    he calls us now to follow him, to bring our lives as a daily offering

    of worship to the Servant King.

    2. There in the garden of tears, my heavy load he chose to bear;

    his heart with sorrow was torn. Yet not my will but yours, he said.

    3. Come, see his hands and his feet,

    the scars that speak of sacrifice, hands that flung stars into space,

    to cruel nails surrendered.

    4. So let us learn how to serve, and in our lives enthrone him;

    each others needs to prefer, for it is Christ were serving.

    Words: Graham Kendrick (b 1950)

    Music: The Servant King, Graham Kendrick (b 1950) 1983, admin by Kingswaysongs

    (Ancient & Modern 489)

    Communion Anthem*

    Give us the wings of faith to rise

    within the veil, and see the Saints above, how great their joys,

    how bright their glories be.

    We ask them, whence