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Congregation Or Chadash

 

On Sunday, June 11, at 1:00pm, The Jewish Congregation Or Chadash, formerly located inWarwick, will relocate and take up residence with us at Trinity in the space vacated by Families First (the historic Happy Hollow space).  Our Wardens and Vestry are excited about this partnering which expresses our commitment to ecumenism and fellowship, while supporting our sisters and brothers in the Jewish faith community. Come Join Bishop Knisely, our Wardens, and the Or Chadash Congregation as we “process the Torah” from The Bank Cafe- Pawtuxet Village, to a new home—TrinityChurch!

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The 36th Annual Celebration Of Christmas in Pawtuxet

At Trinity Episcopal Church

December 11, 2016, 4 p.m.


Choral Prelude — O Holy Night (Adam) Tony DeMarinis, Soloist

Organ Prelude – Dr. David Kennedy

Opening Remarks – The Honorable Joseph McNamara

Col. Ronald Barnes, Commanding Officer of the Pawtuxet Rangers

Welcome and Opening Prayer – The Reverend Mitchell Lindeman

Hymn #83 – O Come, All Ye Faithful, (vs. 1, 2, 3 and 6)

Greetings from Susan Hartman – Chair, Pawtuxet Village Association

Reading (1) Luke 1:26-44 – Col. Fred Holst

Hymn #100 – Joy to the World

Reading (2) Luke 2:1-14 – Pvt. John O’Hara, Sr.

Hymn #79 – O Little Town of Bethlehem(1,2,3,5)

Offertory Anthem – Mary, Did You Know

 (The offering will benefit the Ecumenical Food Pantry housed at Church of the Transfiguration)

Doxology

A Visit from St. Nicholas  – The Reverend Mitchell Lindeman

Hymn #96 – Angels We Have Heard On High

The Lord’s Prayer

Collects & Prayers for our Times                                                             

Hymn #111 – Silent Night

Dismissal

Hymn #87 – Hark! The Herald Angels Sing                                                 

Organ Postlude – Dr. David Kennedy

St. Nicholas will distribute gold coins as we leave the church.  All are invited to join in the caroling procession through the Village to the gazebo in Pawtuxet Park for the lighting of the Christmas Tree.  All are invited to Armory Hall on Remington Street for refreshments and the burning of the Yule Log.

 


 

Participants in the 36th Annual Celebration of

Christmas in Pawtuxet

at Trinity Church

 

 

The Pawtuxet Rangers R. I. M. and Fife & Drum with

Col. Ronald Barnes, Commanding Officer of the Pawtuxet Rangers

 

Dr. David Kennedy, Music Director Emeritus,  Trinity Church

And the Trinity Community Choir

Mr. David Regoli, Trumpeter

 

The Reverend Mitchell Lindeman, Priest in Charge, Trinity Church

Col. Fred Holst, Reader

Ms. Lori Istok, Reader

Ms. Susan Hartman, Chair, Pawtuxet Village Association

 

And featuring

The Reverend Mitchell Lindeman as St. Nicholas

 

Maj. Linda Deming, Col. Fred Holst, Pvt. John O’Hara, Sr.

Sgt. M. Jeanne Knowles, Ushers

 

Sgt. Donald E. Raleigh, Acolyte

 

 

 

The clergy, wardens, vestry and people of Trinity Church welcome you to this 35thanniversary celebration of Christmas in Pawtuxet. The goal of this celebration is to find time in a hectic holiday season to reflect on our good fortune to live in a village that still cares about people, respects our past and our history and finds hope in the promise of the future.

 

 

 

 

Trinity’s Christmas Eve Services

 

3 p.m. Christmas Eve Kinder Mass

5:30 p.m. Christmas Eve with Choir