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Posted 1/31/2015 3:34 AM (#817)
Subject: St Philip's Newsletter (48)

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ISSUE: SEPTUAGESIMA January 30, 2015
The Rev. John H. Poole - Vicar Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am -12:00 pm (727) 366-5536
And by appointment
SPAC©RM Widgery 2013-2015
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“O Come All Ye Faithful”

Diocese of the Eastern United States, Anglican Province of America
Sunday Worship Service [Holy Eucharist] 10 am Wednesday Morning Mass [Holy Eucharist] 11 am
Wednesday Evening Mass [Holy Eucharist] 7:00 pm

Children’s Bible School: 9 am [Church’s Anteroom] Adult Bible Class: 9 am [Parish Hall]
Adult Bible Study - held in Parish Hall, led by Fr. John Poole; come join in the study and discussion.
Children Bible School - held in the room next to the vestibule in the Church; taught by Audré Myers.

Readings & Lessons for Sunday
Deuteronomy 18:15-20  Psalm 111  I Corinthians 8:1-13  Mark 1:21-28

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Prayer List…
Ken, Norma, Jenny, Diane, Amy, Bill, Joseph, Donna, Bertha, Maura, Meg, Phyllis and Richard.
Prayers for our Military: Especially Taylor, Alex, Bobby and Tommy

We beseech Thee, O Lord, that the glory of this coming solemnity may lighten our hearts, that being rid of the darkness of this world, we may attain to the land of light everlasting, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

We had a great turn out for our Annual Meeting this year, thank you to everyone who stayed after service last Sunday. It warmed the heart to see the attendance. Also, thank you to all who participated in the Potluck lunch afterwards we had some wonderful food to share.

Sunday school will continue to follow and study the seasons of the church but we will also be focusing on the Big Three. We will be memorizing the Lord’s Prayer, the Ten Commandments, and the Apostle’s Creed. These are what we need to know and our understanding can grow as we grow.

Septuagesima Sunday is the third Sunday before the start of Lent, which makes it the ninth Sunday before Easter. Traditionally, Septuagesima Sunday marked the beginning of preparations for Lent. Septuagesima and the following two Sundays (Sexagesima, Quinquagesima) were celebrated by name in the traditional Roman Catholic liturgical calendar, which is still used for the traditional Latin Mass. The three Sundays were removed from the revised liturgical calendar released in 1969; today, they are just denominated as Sundays in Ordinary Time. [Re: Information above about Septuagesima was copied and pasted from the website ABOUT RELIGION under Catholicism.]

“We look forward to seeing you this Sunday”…
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