A Requiem Mass for Emily Button Russell, April 8, 1906 - July 7, 2006, Rite II

A Requiem Mass
for
Emily Button Russell
April 8,1906 - July 7, 2006
Rite II
Soofc of Common Prayer (BCPJ Red Book Hymnal 82 Blue Book
Prelude
The Entrance Anthems {AH stand as you are able)
Hymn 287 "For all the Saints"
Prayers for the Deceased and Bereaved
Liturgy of the Word (Sit for readings-stand for hymns)
The Old Testament Lesson
Psalm 23
The New Testament Lesson
Gospel Hymn 664 My shepherd will supply my need"
Gospel
BCP 491
Sine Nomine
BCP 493
Eulogy
The Apostles Creed
Prayers of the People
The Peace (The people greet each other with Gods peace)
The Offertory Sentence
Offertory Hymn 528 Lord, you give the great commission"
The Great Thanksgiving
Eucharistic Prayer D
Commemoration of the Dead
Sanctus
Wisdom 3:1-5,9
BCP 476
1 Corinthians 15:50-58
Resignation
John 14:1-6
The Rev. Billy Alford
BCP 496
BCP 480
BCP 376
Abbots Leigh
BCP 361
BCP 372
BCP 361
The Lords Prayer
Breaking of the Bread
Ministration of Communion
Communion Hymns 691 My faith looks up to thee
671 "Amazing Grace"
The Post Communion Prayer for the Departed
The Dismissal
The Closing Hymn 482 "Lord of all hopefulness
The Closing Anthems
BCP 364
Olivet
New Britain
BCP 498
Slane
BCP 500
Kneeling, **Standing or Kneeling
Emily was a former member of the Vestry, Lay Reader, Song Leader
and a member of the Womens Club of this parish.
o. Il^0ffl0wersthe family has requested that memorials be made to
St. Albans Episcopal Church Endowment Fund, 2321 Lumpkin Road
Augusta, GA 30906.
A reception will be held in the parish hall immediately following this
service.
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A warm welcome is extended to all. If you are unfamiliar with the
worship customs of our parish, we invite you to participate as fully as
you can. If this parish community can be of any particular assistance to
you, please let us know.
All baptized Christians are invited to receive communion. The custom in
this parish is to receive the bread in the palm of the right hand as it rests
in the palm of the left hand. The wine is received either by drinking from
winpC^e.r al!W!n9 the chalice bearert0 mtinct (diP the bread into the
wine and place it into your mouth.)
The Liturgy for the Dead
The liturgy for the dead is an Easter liturgy. It finds all of its meaning in
the resurrection. Because Jesus was raised from the dead, we too shall
Uc ralS60.
The liturgy therefore, is characterized by joy, in the certainty that neither
death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, northings present nor
. come "or powers nor he'9ht. nor depth, nor anything else in
all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Jesus
Christ our Lord.
This joy, however does not make human grief unchristian. The very love
ZSZl T 6aC . 'he[ChrlSt brings deeP sorrow w we are purled
by death. Jesus himself wept at the grave of his friend. So while we
rejoice that one we love has entered into the nearer presence of our
Lord, we sorrow in sympathy with those who mourn.
The Book of Common Prayer
St. Albans Episcopal Church
2321 Lumpkin Road
Augusta, Georgia 30906
Voice (706) 798-1482 FAX (706) 798-8720
stalbansaugusta@bellsouth.net
The Right Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Jr., Bishop of Georgia
The Right Rev. Charles Keyser, Assisting Bishop of Georgia
The Rev. Billy Alford, Rector
The Rev. Rosalyn Panton, Deacon
Ms. Judith Fennell Ruffin, Organist
Ms. Janet Ellsworth, Parish Administrator
Members of the Vestry
Ms. Elena Gregory, Senior Warden
Ms. Joyce Brown, Junior Warden
Ms. Liv Borders, Treasurer
Mr. Thomas Lockhart, Ms. Heidi Terrell
Ms. Shirley Lockhart, Ms. Annie Isaac
Ms. Doris Dove Mr. Peter Johnson
Ms. Joan Beiker
Sunday Services Holy Eucharist 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Wednesdays Holy Eucharist 7:00 p.m.
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