Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity

Trinity, Andrei Rublev, 1410

This Week at St. Peter’s, November 12 – 19, 2017:

Sunday, November 12, Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity; 8:00 a.m. Mass; 10:00 a.m. Sung Mass; Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Eucharist (BCP pgs. 220 – 222); [pgs.67 – 84]. Church School, Coffee Hour. Color: Green. Vestry Meeting 12:15 p. m.

Monday, November 13, St. Britius, Bishop & Confessor; People’s Anglican Missal (PAM) [Mass 11] pgs. F22 -F24. Color: White.

Tuesday, November 14, The Bestowal of the American Episcopate (1784 A. D.); PAM pgs S117 [Mass 12] pgs. F24 – F26. Color: White.

Wednesday, November 15, St. Machutus, Bishop & Confessor (564 A. D.); PAM pg. S118 [Mass 11] pgs. F22 – F24. Mid-week Mass – 12:15 p. m. Color: White.

Thursday, November 16, Evening Prayer & Bible Study – The Gospel of John; 7:00 p. m.

Friday, November 17, St. Hugh of Lincoln, Bishop & Confessor (1220 A. D.); PAM pg. E136 [Mass 12] pgs. F24 – F26. Color: White.

Saturday, November 18, St. Hilda of Whitby, Virgin & Abbess (680 A. D.); PAM S119 [Mass 19] pg. G23. Color: White.

Sunday, November 19, Episcopal Visitation and Ordination; 2:00 p. m. Sung Mass; Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Eucharist (BCP pgs. 530 – 535); [pgs.67 – 84]. Refreshment following. Color: Red. (Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity; BCP pgs. 222 – 223). PLEASE NOTE: There will be no morning Masses this day. All are welcome to the Ordination of our own Michael Ruffino to the Diaconate and reception following.

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Come worship with us,

Worship the Triune God who is Love,

Worship Him in Ancient Prayer, Soaring Song, in the Timeless Eucharistic Mystery!

We are St. Peter’s Parish of the Anglican Province of Christ the King,

A vibrant community of faith and a part of His Body.

Come and worship Him with us, in the beauty of holiness. Come and see!

Convenient parking: free, on-street and in our own lot. We are walking distance from Rockridge BART, near Highway 24, Broadway exit.

Come visit us!

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For Those who are to be admitted into Holy Orders. Please Pray:

Almighty God, our heavenly Father, who hast purchased to thyself an universal Church by the precious blood of thy dear Son; Mercifully look upon the same, and at this time so guide and govern the minds of thy servants the Bishops and Pastors of thy flock, that they may law hands suddenly on no man, but faithfully and wisely make choice of fit persons, to serve in the sacred Ministry of thy Church.  And to those who shall be ordained to any holy function, give thy grace and heavenly benediction; that both by their life and doctrine they may show forth thy glory, and st forward the salvation of all men; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. (BCP pg. 38)

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Coming to St. Joseph’s Chapel in Berkeley:

“Elizabeth Woodville Grey, the White Queen: the Wars of the Roses through Her Eyes” 

Witness the events that preceded the birth of the Anglican Church.

Our 45-minute recitation includes video clips from the hit BBC/Starz TV series “The White Queen”. We begin with England after the Hundred Years War and birth of Elizabeth Woodville in 1436 and end with the Houses of York and Lancaster joining to create the House of Tudor and end the Wars of the Roses. Elizabeth Woodville Grey was an ancestral mother to eleven English, Scottish, and French kings and queens, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.  She led a life of adversity, bravery, and intrigue.

Cast Members include Queen Elizabeth – Patsy Ronat; King Edward IV – Gordon Gray “Bud” Warder (a descendant of Elizabeth Woodville Grey); Narrator – Kim Crow; Earl of Warwick & Lord Hastings – Fr. Lawrence Shaddix, Vicar; Production Assistant – Peggy Stevens.

Sunday, January 14, 2018, 1:00 p.m.

 Light refreshments provided; free admission, RSVP requested. Email Peggy – peggy@kioskamerica.com; call or text Bud – 925-998-6603.

Flyer:  The White Queen

St. Joseph of Arimathea Collegiate Chapel, 2543 Durant (corner of Bowditch), Berkeley, 510-841-3083; sjatc@sbcglobal.net; www.sjachapel.org (map)

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Bishop Ashman’s Pastoral Letter, September 2017: PASTORAL LETTER SEPTEMBER 2017

St. Peter’s, along with Archbishop Morrison, Bishop Ashman, Bishop Brulc, and Bishop Upham, celebrates the consecration of Suffragan Bishops Peter F. Hansen (DWS) and Blair W. Schultz (DAS) on Saint Matthew’s Day, September 21, 2017, in Tulsa, Oklahoma at All Saints Cathedral. Congratulations! Thanks be to God. For photos visit All Saints Anglican Cathedral.

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The Christus Rex, our APCK newsletter:  ChristusRex-V10-N3 (1)

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St. Peter’s Church School offers classes for ages 3 through 12 and nursery for babies through two years. Come join us as we learn about God’s great love, with inspiring stories and fun activities every Sunday at 10 a.m.

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Up Coming Events:

Sunday, December 3: First Sunday in Advent.

Wednesday, December 6: St. Nicholas, Bishop & Confessor (342 A.D.) (Santa Claus).

Monday, December 25: The Nativity of Our Lord (Christmas Day).

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