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An Open and Affirming Congregation in Hartland, Vermont
Whoever you are, wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
Welcome! We are glad that you chose to worship with us today.
Remembrance Sunday November 1st, 2020
Announcements & Lighting our Candles
Introit Janet Hewes, Musician
Call to Worship In the silence of these moments let us draw near to God.
(a time of silent centering)
Holy One, speak to us words of wisdom.
We are listening.
Holy One, speak to us words of challenge
We are ready.
Holy One, speak to us words of hope.
We are needy.
Holy One, speak to us words of love.
We are eager.
Holy One, speak to us in our silence and in the noise of our lives.
Draw us into you that we may hear your still, small voice and heed your word.
Call to Confession & Prayer of Confession inspired by Romans 12
Oh patient and steadfast Holy one,
When our love is not genuine and
when we are drawn to the evil of selfishness and greed. Forgive us.
When we get apathetic and turn our back on strangers,
neglecting hospitality for those most in need Forgive us.
When we give in to despair and give up on prayer. Forgive us.
When we fail to serve you by serving others and
when we give in to the evil desire for revenge rather than seeking the good. Forgive us.
For all this, and for all that burdens our hearts today, O God, we seek your forgiveness.
Have mercy on us and bless us each with
the courage of repentance and of new beginnings. Amen
Assurance of Pardon
A Hymn “I Sing a Song of the Saints of God” New Century Hymnal #295
Listening for and Responding to the Word
A Scripture Reading from Paul’s First Letter to the Thessalonians 2
A Reflection “Building the Community of Faith” Rev. Lucia Anne Jackson
In Memoriam – Our Time of Remembrance
Reading of the names
*Hymn 306: “For All the Saints” Pilgrim Hymnal
The Prayers of the People
Sharing our Joys and Concerns
Offering Invitation to Offering & Prayer of Dedication
Living God, we are your people, we carry your presence.
Use us and our gifts to accomplish your mission in the world.
Multiply our effort to meet every need. T
his we pray in the name of Christ,
whom with you and the Holy Spirit, reign in our hearts and lives,
one God now and forever. Amen.
A Celebration of Communion Liturgy by Rev. Maren Tirabassi
Invitation to Communion
Words of Remembering
Prayer of Consecration
Bless us and bless these gifts.
May the Spirit rest upon this time and this table, surrounded tenderly by our memories of saint as on sacred times and tables long ago.
(breaking, touching or lifting bread)
so that this loaf may be broken love,
(pouring, touching of lifting cup)
and this cup a well of blessing,
for we pray in the words of our ancestors that we claim as our own . . .
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.
Sharing of the Elements (from Psalm 34)
Taste and see that God is good. Eat this bread.
Sharing love, we will never be hungry.
Happy are those who take refuge in God.
The cup on your table is blessed.
Drinking deeply, we will never thirst.
Prayer of Thanksgiving
Spirit of Christ, stay with us where we stay, as familiar as our daily plates and cups. Go with us where we go, safe and full of love as the mask across our lips. May we, your eager and sometimes awkward saints, carry in us a Communion from which all can share – comfort for loss, courage for speaking, compassion for healing. We give you thanks for both the shelter and the road. Amen.
Music for Going Forth
Pastor: The Rev. Lucia Anne Jackson Telephone: 802-436-2224 (church)
Church Facebook page: www.facebook.com/HartlandCongregationalChurch
Director of Christian Education: MaryJo Ramsey
Choir Director: Rebecca Wood Church Members: Ministers to the World
“As for us, brothers and sisters, when, for a short time, we were made orphans by being separated from you—in person, not in heart—we longed with great eagerness to see you face to face.” – First Thessalonians 2:17
Monday 5:00 Monday Bible Study with Daun Smith
8:00 AA meeting
Tuesday – Election Day – be sure to vote!
9:00 – 11:00 “Drive Through” Church Office Hours –
The pastors will be sitting outside at church – unless it is raining torrentially – and YOU are invited to stop by for a visit! Wear a mask and pull up a chair or stay in your car for chat!
Wednesday 5:00 – 7:00 Post Election Day Vigil while we wait for the results of the election.
Amy and Lucia will have the fire going at the church and you are invited to gather for a time of community and connection, prayer and reflection as we share our hopes and concerns for our country. Please feel free to stop by for as long as you like to share in the warmth of the fire and the circle of kinship.
Sunday, Nov 8th 9:30 Gather via Zoom
10:00 Worship Service with Rev. Amy Davin preaching (via Zoom)