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Van Gough, Mulberry Bush
Prior to his comment about the mustard seed uprooting the mulberry tree, Jesus had given warning to his disciples to not put a stumbling block in the way of “little” ones.He also gave instruction to continually forgive someone who repeatedly offends, yet who repeatedly asks for forgiveness. To this instruction, the disciples say, “Increase our faith!” That prayer request for increased faith is what prompted Jesus to declare mustard seed faith could uproot the entrenched roots of mulberry trees.
It is not the size of faith but the focus on simple obedience by faith?
Music at 10am Sunday
Prelude: ‘Pastorale’ from 24 Pièces en style libre – Louis Vierne (1870-1937)
Hymns: Processional O Jesus, I have promised
Gradual Safe in the shadow of the Lord
Thanksgiving Bread of heaven
Post Communion Through all the changing scenes of life
Setting: Parish Eucharist – Michael Dudman (1938-1994)
Psalm: 137:1; By the waters of Babylon – Philip Hayes (1738-1797)
Anthem: Behold, the tabernacle of God – William H Harris (1883-1973)
Motet: O Lord, increase our faith – Henry Loosemore (d. 1670)
Postlude: An Wasserflüssen Babylon, BWV 653 – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Keith Dight kindly provided the following photos of our old church pre-fire, for our archives (click to enlarge - this may take a moment as the photos are HD):
In addition, there is a copy of an article from The Age dated 27 May 1961 entitled: "A symbol of Permanence: The Reconstruction of St Andrew's", which can be viewed here.
We are grateful to Mr Dight for his generosity in providing these historical documents.
Pets to the ready
Next Sunday at 10am we will welcome pets from Brighton to a service of blessing. Please let your neighbours know.
How blessed are we in Brighton!
Sara Macliver sings among us
on Saturday 15 October at 7.30pm in the church
Wait ! There is more!
No, not steak knives, but a wonderful concert by Arcadia Winds
featuring works by Grainger, Barber, Mozart and Debussy