Virtual Worship
Sunday, November 22, 2020

{Last Sunday after Pentecost}

Virtual Service of Scripture and Prayer

Indoor Worship Has Been Suspended

The Covid-19 case counts have gone above the diocesan guidance threshold for allowing in person worship, so we are suspending in person worship for now. I think we have seen this coming as cases have been creeping up all over the country and some places have rather large outbreaks. We still have our online version and Zoom coffee hour to continue to worship and stay connected.

Welcome!  We are delighted that you have chosen to join us for virtual worship.


Join us for a special ZOOM Coffee Hour Today - 11:00 am today with a
presentation from our friend, and former parishioner, Fred Chisolm. 


Click here to get the Coffee Hour Zoom link.











Worship with Bishop Rob:
Bishop Rob will be offering a service each Sunday. These services are held via Zoom and also live-streamed on the Diocesan YouTube channel. Click here for all the details.

Fred Chisolm blurb without link invite.p

Wreaths! Wreaths! Wreaths!

Wreath pick-up was yesterday!! Did you miss it? If yes, you may pick up during office hours (9:00am -1:00pm) Monday -Wednesday (closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving). There are still some wreaths available ($23).

Prelude| Improvisation on The King of Love My Shepherd Is - Jim Roan 
{to view click the white arrow below}

Hymn 290 | Come Ye Thankful People Come  {to view click the white arrow below}

St. George’s, Windsor, England…(anyone else see a dog in the aisle?)

First Lesson 
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First LessonRead by Paul Lister
00:00 / 03:01

{click the black below below to listen to the psalm}

PsalmRead by Hemmie Gilmore
00:00 / 00:47

Second Lesson  
{click the black arrow below to listen to the reading}

Second ReadingRead by Jennifer Lucas
00:00 / 01:31

Gospel Hymn # 383| Fairest Lord Jesus {to view click the white arrow below}

Hastings College Choir, Hastings, Nebraska—a private Presbyterian liberal arts college. The video is not great, but the sound and choral balance is beautiful.

Gospel {click the black arrow below to listen to the reading}

GospelRead by Deacon Paul Higginson
00:00 / 02:30

Sermon - Deacon Kathy Boss {to view click the white arrow below}

Musical Meditation | Festival Canticle: Worthy Is Christ by Richard Hillert  – Jim & Cathy Roan  {to view click the white arrow below} 

The Prayers of the People {click the black arrow below to listen to the prayers}

POPsRead by Bill Belcher
00:00 / 04:14

The Lord's Prayer

The people of St. Mary Anne’s Episcopal Church, North East, Maryland (est. 1706!). They must have a community of Episcopal nuns near them!

Closing Hymn # 544 | Jesus Shall Reign   {to view click the white arrow below}

First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, with a nice brass section and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Singers. Words are on the screen, so sing along!

The Dismissal  {to view click the white arrow below}

DismissalDeacon Paul
00:00 / 00:09

Postlude|  Improvisation on Rejoice! The Lord Is King by Jim Roan  
{to view click the white arrow below}

Extra Credit
November 22nd  is also the Feast Day of St. Cecilia, patron saint of music. 
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, thank you Jim Roan for sharing your many musical gifts with us!

Handel, From Harmony (Ode for Saint-Cecilia's day)

For the young (& young at heart) people in your life {to view click the white arrow below}

The Parable of the Sheep and the Goats

Parable of the Talents Maze {click the image below for a printable PDF}

All Saints' is proud to be a parish in the Diocese of New Hampshire, under the leadership of
the Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld. He is in our prayers, as we are in his.
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