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Vicar's News - 2 April 2023

Palm Sunday

Our Liturgy of the Palms at 10am on Sunday begins on the grass adjacent to the wayside cross near 230A & 230B New Street. Please leave the driveway clear for the choir and clergy to assemble. We will process into the church via the cloister. You may chose to go directly to the church if this is your preference.

 

SUNDAY 2 APRIL 2023

PALM SUNDAY

PROCESSION AND CHORAL EUCHARIST @ 10.00 AM


Processional chant (outside): Sing praises, all you peoples

Hymns: Processional All glory, laud and honour

Gradual Lift high the cross

Thanksgiving All people that on earth do dwell

Post Communion Ride on, ride on in majesty


Setting: Parish Eucharist – Michael Dudman (1938-1994)


Psalm: 31, 9-16; Walmisley in G (RSCM)

Anthem: Lift up your heads, O ye gates – William Mathias (1934-1992)

Motet: Ingrediente Domino – George Malcolm (1917-1998)

Postlude: Fugue in F minor – Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780)

 

Easter Gifts

Beautiful Easter gifts will be for sale at all services this weekend and next. Lovingly handmade by Adrienne Sylva, there will be a stall in the narthex or Pioneer Chapel.

 

Concert on Saturday

Ensemble Gombert, directed by John O'Donnell, perform 16th century music by de Lassus, Gabrieli, van Weebeke, Phino and Gombert.

Gaspar van Weerbeke (c.1445–post-1516) Stabat mater/Vidit speciosam

Dominique Phinot (c.1510–1556) Incipit oratio Jeremiae prophetae

Nicolas Gombert (c.1495–c.1560) O Domine Jesu Christe

Orlande de Lassus (1532–1594) Lamentatio Prima Secundi Diei

Lamentatio Seconda Secundi Diei

Lamentatio Tertia Secundi Diei

Andrea Gabrieli (1532/3–1585) Miserere mei, Deus

General Admission $40.00 Tickets www.trybooking.com/CGIQK

Concession $30.00 and at the door

 
 
 
 

Congratulations and welcome

Last Sunday the Liu family were baptised into the Church of God and we welcome them.

A feature article is on the The Melbourne Anglican (TMA) website - click here

 

Chinese Morning Prayer

Our Thursday Morning Prayer service has a break over the school holidays and they celebrated Easter early with a morning tea in the Pioneer chapel.

 
 

Rosters

 

























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