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This week we welcome our guest homilist, The Right Reverend Riscylla Shaw.


Order of Service






Opening Hymn - You Call Us, Lord, To Be - CP #450


You call us, Lord, to be

a people set apart,

to feel with thoughtful mind

and think with tender heart.



  Thus chosen, now, O Lord, we ask

  for faith in your unfailing grace

  to make us equal to the task.


You call us, Lord, to care

for self and neighbour too,

to take the risk, and dare

to show what love can do.




You call us, Lord, to serve:

to die that we may live,

to know we best receive

when joyfully we give.





The Grace

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with you all.  And also with you.


Kyrie Confession (from Common Worship)


You raise the dead to life in the Spirit:

Lord, have mercy. 

Lord, have mercy.


You bring pardon and peace to the broken in heart:

Christ, have mercy.

Christ, have mercy.


You make one by your Spirit the torn and divided:

Lord, have mercy.

Lord, have mercy.


A moment of silence for personal confession.




May the God of love and power

Forgive you and free you from your sins,

Heal and strengthen you by the Spirit,

And raise you to new life in Christ our Lord.  Amen.


Collect Prayer


God of all creation, by the prayer and discipline of Lent may we enter into the mystery of Christ’s sufferings, and by following in his Way come to share in his resurrected life, through Jesus Christ our Saviour, Amen.




Genesis 17:1-7, 15,16. Psalm 22:23-31, Romans 4:13-25, Mark 8:31-38


Homily - The Right Reverend Riscylla Shaw


Meditation Hymn - How Clear is our Vocation, Lord - CP #466


How clear is our vocation, Lord,

When once we heed your call:

To live according to your word,

And daily learn, refreshed, restored,

That you are Lord of all,

and will not let us fall.


But if, forgetful, we should find

Your yoke is hard to bear;

If worldly pressures fray the mind,

and love itself cannot unwind

Its tangled skein of care:

Our inward life repair.


In what you give us, Lord, to do,

Together or along,

In old routines and ventures new,

May we not cease to look to you,

The cross you hung upon -

All you endeavoured done.



Prayers of the People

Written this week by Kathy Sweet



Lord’s Prayer


Our Father in heaven,

Hallowed be your name,

Your kingdom come,

Your will be done,

On earth as in heaven.

Give us today our daily bread.

Forgive us our sins

As we forgive those who sin against us.

Save us from the time of trial,

And deliver us from evil.

For the kingdom, the power,

And the glory are yours,

Now and forever.  Amen.




May God the Father,

who does not despise the broken spirit,

give to you a contrite heart.


May Christ,

who bore our sins in his body on the tree,

heal you by his wounds.


May the Holy Spirit,

who leads us into all truth,

speak to you words of pardon and peace.


And the blessing …



Closing Hymn - Lift High the Cross CP # 602



Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim

till all the world adore his sacred name.


1. Come, Christians, follow where the Master trod,

our King victorious, Christ the Son of God.


2. Led on their way by this triumphant sign,

the hosts of God in conquering ranks combine.


3. Each newborn servant of the Crucified

bears on the brow the seal of him who died.


4. O Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree,

your death has brought us life eternally.


5. So shall our song of triumph ever be:

praise to the Crucified for victory!








Annual Vestry Meeting @ 2pm, Sunday February 28th - Click Here  for more information and how to connect.  

Lenten Bible Study - Wednesdays @ 10 am -  Click Here for More Info  - Feel free to join us whenever you are available.  Drop-ins always welcome!  (We'd even pour you a cup of coffee, if we could do that virtually!)

World Day of Prayer - Friday March 5th - For more information and links to the online service, Click Here (With gratitude to Anne Lane who organized all this information for us this year)