Holy Trinity Sunday 6/7
Happy Friday! First off- St. Peter's is continuing our commitment to the Meals-on-Wheels program with the Northfield Hospital. On behalf of St. Peter's and our community, please sign up to deliver meals June 28 through July 11. Sign up for as many as you like! Use this link for sign up genius to choose what works best for you. Thank you! This Sunday is Holy Trinity Sunday. Join us online at 9am! You can find the bulletin for June 7 on our website. The music is printed in the back. Another "new" thing you will find in the bulletin is our prayer ministry list of names. As you may have already noticed, we have omitted last names from these prayers. This is to protect on-line privacy for these folks. Remember, God always knows who we are praying for! Readings for Trinity Sunday 6/7: Lessons: Psalm 8 Gospel: Matthew 28:16-20
Music for Trinity Sunday 6/7: Opening Hymn: "Holy, Holy, Holy" (ELW #413, stanzas 1,3,4) Gospel Acclamation: "Alleluia, Lord to Whom Shall We Go?" ELW pg. 188: “Alleluia. Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal Life. Alleluia. Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, Alleluia, alleluia.” Hymn of the Day: "When Pain of the World Surrounds Us" (ELW #704) Closing Hymn: "Go, Make Disciples" (ELW #540) Mary Kay has prepared special music for this Holy Trinity Sunday, and Richard will be playing the organ. A special THANK YOU to Michon for filling in as live stream operator for Terra this weekend. Richard D. will be reading.
Join us on facebook live at 9:00 am or watch the replay on the website afterwords. An updated bulletin for June 7 can be found on the website. If you already have a Sunday bulletin at home, you may follow along with that as well, as the updated bulletin follows the same basic format. About worship Trinity Sunday 6/7: Though the word trinity is not found in the scriptures, today’s second reading includes the apostolic greeting that begins the liturgy: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. In the gospel Jesus sends his disciples forth to baptize in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. More than a doctrine, the Trinity expresses the heart of our faith: we have experienced the God of creation made known in Jesus Christ and with us always through the Holy Spirit. We celebrate the mystery of the Holy Trinity in word and sacrament, as we profess the creed, and as we are sent into the world to bear witness to our faith. (sundaysandseasons) Remember to "like" and "follow" our facebook page to be able to find our live stream videos faster! Thank you ALL for your continued support, and keep those hearts and thumbs ups coming while you watch =) Have a Blessed Weekend, St. Peter's Lutheran Staff