Lima de Ausherman
ST. THOMAS REFORMED CHURCH
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
SMAY 9, 1964
- .; '."To live in the hearts we leave blind is not to At'".
S"'n- T" CM
THE ORGAN PRELUDE
THE OPENING SENTENCES
* THE HYMN "God of Our Life"
THE PRAYER OF CONFESSION (In Unison)
Almighty and everlasting God. amidst all the changes
of this mortal life. Thou art always the same. We con-
fess before Thee how uncertain are our days on earth.
Yet. Thou hast given to us a dignity. Thou host called
us Thy children. Thou host given to us time to use, and
people to love. Thou hast filled our lives with purpose
through Jesus Christ. We confess anything we have done
or said that has hurt another. For those things left un-
done, and for time wasted, forgive us, for Christ's sake.
Merciful Father, as we are forced to ponder the pattern
and sum of our lives, in the light of Thy love and eter-
nity, teach us to make the most of our days. Strength-
en us to live our lives in compassion end goodness to
one another, and in faithfulness to The.:. Thou art ever
faithful to us, and we know Thou wilt receive us as we
are for Jesus' sake.
* Co.Vcad6.o. a
THE CONGREGATIONAL RESPONSE: ( In Unison )
Lord, have mercy upon us:
Christ. have mercy upon us:
Lord, hove netcy upon us.
THE ASSURANCE OF PARDON
THE RESPONSIVE READING Psalm 40: 1-12. 16, 17
THE GLORIA PATRI
THE SCRIPTURE LESSONS
THE LORD'S PRAYER ( In Unison ) ("debts")
THE HYMN "For All the Saints"
I eesoe stood.
The Reverend Donald S. Pangburn, Pastor
Dr. Roy W. Bornn, Organist
Mrs. Nina A. C. Corneiro, Soloist
Mr. Samuel Dunbavin, Sexton
Mr. Joel Comissiong
Mr. Roland Euwema
Mr. L. Kenneth Lindqvist